Dreama Walker! I just binge-watched all of Don't Trust the B- in Apartment 23 last month, so I love me some Dreama. Of course, this time I knew not to get excited when I saw her name come up in the credits. But then it was revealed Donna didn't kill her, and I got excited...and she died thirty seconds later.
Still, she would be great to add to the AHS stable, so, maybe fingers crossed for later.
I really don't think that the theme has anything to do with a lot of the AHS regulars not here. They did Murder House and/or Roanoke, why would they turn up their noses at this concept? I think it's as simple as that this is a season that calls for a younger cast. They got John Carroll Lynch for the one older role of real note.
Heh, here I was so suspicious of Brooke and Margaret (and I am still suspicious of them), and it's the other two women who do heel turns! I'm having a lot of fun binge-watching this, and maybe this season works better as a binge-watch.
When Ray was saying that three people could get away or whatever that was, and then he ran smack into Richard Ramirez, Rita/Donna said exactly what I was thinking at that moment. That was a great death he had later.
I've wondered if Mr. Jingles was framed for the original deaths, by Margaret, and when he mentioned to Donna that he doesn't remember doing it, that made me more suspicious. Buuuuuuuuut we've also seen him kill a bunch of people, so I can't really feel sorry for him. You certainly know what exactly what you're doing this time, dude, and you've also demonstrated that you have the ability to choose not to kill.
I loved when Trevor did the smart thing and shoved Mr. Jingles into the pit, because so often in horror, as we all know, characters don't take advantage of the opportunities they have. Of course, I had completely forgotten that there was still the fake Mr. Jingles wandering around, and of course, that turned out to be who it was.
Looking back, Montana targeted Brooke right from the start. I like the theory posted here that she has a connection to one of the people killed at Brooke's wedding. We know that she assumed that Brooke did bang the groomsman; she said as much after Brooke told her the story. And although Brooke has denied it, I doubt Montana believes it even now. I don't really believe it either. There was no one more appropriate Brooke could have asked to stay the night with her? She couldn't have stayed at her parents' place? Why did Brooke have such night terrors in the first place?
On to the next!