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‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’ Episode 11 Recap: Magic Moments

*** WARNING: Contains spoilers! Please do not read on unless you’ve seen Episode 10 of “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” titled “Magical Thinking.” Or if you don’t mind spoilers, go right ahead! ***

After watching so many episodes of “American Horror Story,” it’s easy to become desensitized. It’s almost to the point where I hardly bat an eyelash at anything that happens — from Jimmy getting both his claws chopped off to Jamie Brewer’s Marjorie bludgeoning that woman to death with a meat tenderizer — but every now and then, usually towards the end of the season, Ryan Murphy and his team throw something at us that breaks the bounds of what we expect. Watching Neil Patrick Harris’ Chester take Bette and Dot’s collective virginity, all while holding a creepy puppet, is one of those things. Even worse, the scene is oddly sexy.

How did we even get here? We started “Freak Show” fearing Twisty the Clown, who’s long gone; we moved on to Dandy as the main “evil” character; now we have Marjorie, who seems to be alive to Chester, seems to be capable of murder, but is really, by all appearances, just an ugly puppet in a red dress. All the while, Stanley has lurked in the background as the main nemesis to the freak show, picking them off one by one. We also can’t forget Edward Mordrake, who showed up to take one soul. Looked at as a collective whole it’s ridiculous, but viewed as a series of bizarre vignettes, “Freak Show” is itself a freak show, with acts that come and go, some wowing, some not. Chester, his puppet and his magic act (Harris puts everything he’s got into this role), while totally tangential, are fun to watch, not to mention welcome in what was becoming a sad (Pepper, Meep, Ma Petite) and maudlin (Dell, Jimmy, Ethel) season.

It’s like suddenly every character is stepping on the accelerator. Jimmy starts things off by sacrificing his claw hands to Stanley in exchange for his eventual freedom, or at least lawyerly representation. I don’t know about you guys, but I feel like I’d need a little bit more convincing to part with both my hands, especially if they were such a fundamental part of my identity. Stanley brings up Meep, and it’s a done deal. “You’re in my hands now.” Indeed, Stanley.

Bette and Dot decide to become sex-crazed, and they begin to prowl the freak show for the right candidate to take their virginity. After being spurned by Jimmy and abandoning Dandy, for some reason the twins burn their diaries and go on an outright crusade to be “de-flowered.” When Chester arrives on the scene, it too is a done deal. The twins are reaching for his crotch within 20 minutes of meeting him. Like this episode, they get right to the point.

It’s obvious that Chester ain’t right. We’re given many, many clues to that effect. He has a metal plate in his head that “acts up” when he gets excited, is a veteran who still wears his uniform despite the fact the war ended four years earlier, sees his wife and lover’s heads on Bette and Dot’s body, and talks to his puppet as if she’s alive. But is she? Is she the “AHS” Chucky? Chester seemed to enjoy sleeping with the twins, so I’m not sure where they’re going with this. Dandy is circling as well, with intent to kill him for sleeping with Bette and Dot, so his days are more than likely numbered. My bet is he’ll be around long enough to saw the twins in two, and then Dandy will take his “half” and leave Dot to rot, while Marjorie will put Chester out of his undefined misery.

Elsa has her foot on the gas too, and not a moment too soon, as her precious babies are dying left and right. She’s packing her bags for Hollywood and plans to sell the freak show to Chester … but we all know that isn’t going to happen. After Desiree and Maggie bring encased-in-a-jar Ma Petite back to show Elsa, she snaps and shoots Del in the head, killing him. R.I.P., Dell. It’s OK, he was getting boring. Once an “AHS” character starts talking about a happy, productive future, you can pretty much kiss them goodbye.

We’re gearing up for a classic stand-off in these final two episodes. Not unlike our search for last season’s Supreme, it’s anyone’s guess who’ll come out on top on “Freak Show.” Will Elsa take off for stardom at the end, leaving her freaks all dead and buried behind her? Will Jimmy buy the show from Elsa (and find out she killed his mother and then kill her) and lead it into a happier future? Will Stanley eventually get all of the freaks on display at the museum, as was foreshadowed several episodes back? (If the twins do get sawed in half, that flashback/flash-forward that we saw was completely accurate.) It’s anyone’s guess.

But just as we saw tonight — a two-headed virgin having sex with a demented war vet wearing a puppet — this show isn’t something you can predict.

Freak Of The Week: Chester. Harris took this role and ran with it, and was as freaky deaky as they come. Watching your wife have sex with someone else while smoking cigarettes and wearing the damn puppet? That is all sorts of crazytown.

Random Thoughts:

  • This season could have used more Toulouse. “But I’m French!”
  • Only on “AHS” could you have a lesbian making out with a gay man, both playing straight characters, and have it seem 100 percent authentic. Bravo.
  • Ten points to whoever recognized Jamie Brewer as the voice of Marjorie before she was introduced on-screen.
  • “Your Homo erectus bullshit.” – Desiree
  • I want a recording of Sarah Paulson saying “Dear Diary.” It’s so soothing. She should consider doing audiobooks.
  • I’ve said it before in previous recaps, but damn, Evan Peters’ characters are always getting wrongfully charged with murder. They also get an inordinate number of “Noooooooo!” scenes.
  • Harris even had the eye twitch down. It was unsettling to look at him.
  • Can we all agree that puppets should just be banned worldwide? I see no practical use for them anymore.

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How ‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’ Critiques Our Culture

American Horror Story: Freak Show (which airs Wednesdays at 10 on FX) is set to wrap soon, with only three more episodes left in the season. This installment is set in the early 1950s, which was an era generally characterized as conservative and repressive, prone to McCarthyism, racial segregation, and female domestic confinement. As such, it’s appropriate that the season arc concerns itself with the topic of “freaks,” being set in such a traditional era.

The season also explores classism and social privilege, with the affluent mother and her sociopathic, spoiled son. They live in obscene wealth, with sprawling manors displaying both their decadent splendor that their affluence provides, as well as the emotional distance, isolation and subtle yet divisive separation in their familial relationship. The son, Dandy Mott, is the epitome of the excesses of wealth and privilege taken too far to its detrimental conclusion. Dandy is apparently incapable of finding satisfaction in anything. The world is seemingly at his fingertips, and yet he’s consumed with a constant, gnawing feeling of ennui and Feminine Mystique housewife-like malaise. The only way he’s able to slake his boredom is through murder.

In one episode, in a scene classically indicative of the urban legends/cautionary tales-of-morality format, a pair of teenage lovers are about to have sex in a park when they are interrupted by a homicidal, maniacal clown bent on a murder rampage. The boyfriend is brutally stabbed to death (which is a phallic, penetrative symbol akin to sex itself) and the girlfriend (with her classic girl-next-door, blonde-haired and blue-eyed features) is taken hostage by the clown and imprisoned, along with a young boy. The couple is punished for their loose or lack of appropriate sexual mores, a la the custom of anyone who drinks, does drugs, has sex or engages in any other “wild” behavior always dies in horror films. The young boy represents the impressionable, vulnerable, wholesome young children of America collectively at large. As such, his danger and imprisonment reflects the fear that’s instilled and instigated whenever seemingly morally questionable or taboo, controversial behavior is displayed. From the War on Drugs to gay marriage to sex education and abortion, the question is always, “what about our nation’s children?” It’s what’s always called upon as reasoning or explanation for a necessary traditional, conservative schema or paradigm. Thus, the clown (symbolic of deviance, nonconformity, and shock-and-horror-eliciting reactions) threatens America’s children.

An interesting aspect to the character of the murderous rich kid Dandy Mott is that he wants to run away and join the circus. He’s ostensibly the most “normal,” WASPish person around, and yet he feels like he’s painfully different (which, in a way, he is). He teams up with the unhinged clown in a spree of murder, torture, kidnapping and imprisonment. It’s worth noting that all the killers are white male characters (the rich kid, the strongman, the con man, and the clown). Thus, evidently the real dangers to society are those at the top of the social hierarchy, those whom appear to be innocuous and hide in plain sight. As current events have shown, this is a woefully true observation.

The homicidal rich kid’s sociopathic nature is presented as being due to inbreeding of affluent families, and apparently his father had the same psychosis. His psychotic nature is looked at as being a sign of his familial prestige. His mother even tells him, “These mental perversions are an affliction of the extremely affluent… It becomes a rite of passage to have a psychotic or two in the line. Jack the Ripper was a Windsor, for god’s sake.” He also has an unnaturally close relationship to his mother; his character is very reminiscent of Norman Bates from Psycho and Bruno from Strangers on a Train. He desperately wants to be an actor, is effeminate and melodramatic, prone to bratty histrionics and temper tantrums. There is an inferable gay vibe to his character, yet again equating nonheteronormativity with pathology and psychosis. At one point, he says (in a workout scene recalling American Psycho), “This body is America: strong, violent, and full of limitless potential.” It seems to be a succinct summation of the dark nature of American capitalism and imperialism. His wealth essentially ensures his legal insulation or clemency. It’s a pay-to-play legal system wherein those who can afford to hire the most skilled and most expensive lawyers have a much better chance in court. Plus, as recent current events have sadly shown, there’s an inherently institutionalized racism to the so-called justice system. After discovering Dandy Mott’s true nature, Gabourey Sidibe’s character brings a cop to his manor to arrest him. Dandy Mott offers the cop $ 1 million to shoot her, which the cop does without the slightest hesitation. The scene is a scathing yet all-too-true indictment of American corruption, greed, racism, yuppie culture, and ruthless capitalism. Evidently, these “American horror stories” are truly American in essence and consequence.
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‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’ Episode 10 Recap: The Story Of Pepper

*** WARNING: Contains spoilers! Please do not read on unless you’ve seen Episode 10 of “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” titled “Orphans.” Or if you don’t mind spoilers, go right ahead! ***

“Orphans” is, above all, an episode for “American Horror Story” fans. Like a Christmas present. Featuring a few tiny subplots that barely move the main plot along, the majority of the hour-or-so is spent on fan favourite Pepper. Any true “AHS” fan remembers the wonderfulness of “Asylum” Pepper, and this glorious, lengthy backstory is like candy. Mind you, it’s a sometimes bitter, hard-to-swallow candy.

It’s too bad “AHS” doesn’t get more credit. It features some outstanding acting, and it’s interesting that we get our finest performances not from the seasoned veterans with multiple awards, but from the relative newcomers. Just as Finn Wittrock nailed it last week with Dandy’s lunacy, this week Naomi Grossman takes it home — and then some — as the maligned, abandoned Pepper. I couldn’t take my eyes off the screen whenever Grossman stared wistfully at whatever face was barking orders or leaving her behind.

From beginning to end, Pepper’s journey is spellbinding. It’s a testament to Grossman’s acting and the tactful writing (never thought I’d say that here) that this can hold an audience’s interest for over an hour. (I’m sure some of you were bored — again, it deviates pretty heavily from the main current of the show. But I, for one, was thoroughly entertained. I actually got upset when they went back to Stanley again.)

Scene after scene broke my heart: Pepper at the orphanage in the corner by herself, Pepper leaving the orphanage, Pepper meeting Ma Petite for the first time, Pepper meeting Salty for the first time, their marriage, their first kiss, Pepper lying on his dead body, Pepper being read to by Desiree, Pepper parting ways with Elsa, Pepper being framed for infanticide, Pepper in a straitjacket being led out of her sister’s house… OK, so that last one was more terrifying than anything else. It was pure rage dancing in Pepper’s eyeballs there. Wonder if she’ll ever get revenge on her sister? I would pay good money to see that go down. In any case, Pepper is now officially the poster child for this show. It should be Ryan Murphy’s personal goal to somehow inject her character into every “AHS” iteration going forward.

As for the rest of the episode, we get some water treading — enter the sexy, baritone-voiced Malcolm-Jamal Warner again, this time outright eye-f**king Desiree whenever they’re together. The couple wastes their time (and money) visiting a depressed Maggie to have their fortune read, and she ends up telling them it’s all going to eventually crumble into nothingness. The couple super-flirts and then … nothing. They’re really dragging out this “romance.”

Speaking of “romance,” Jimmy and Maggie. I literally forgot that Jimmy was in prison with the way Maggie behaves. When Bette and Dot offer her all of their savings to get Jimmy a decent lawyer, or when Desiree brings up Jimmy being in jail, I was like oh yeah! “AHS” is really good at moving on to something new, sometimes to its detriment. We had no Dandy and barely any movement on Jimmy, so thank goodness Pepper carried it.

Maggie brings Desiree to the Museum, so in case things turn out badly for her, someone else has seen it. We come just in time to see the latest item on display — Jimmy’s Lobster Boy hands. Maggie faints on the spot (this is all your fault anyway!) and we’re left to ponder: did Jimmy die when his hands were removed (no way)? Was this all just for lawyer money, or is it another of Stanley’s lies? Is the show going to deal with the biggest question of all: what to do when you lose the one quality that you’ve focused on your entire life? Going from lobster hands to no hands at all will be a drastic shock for Jimmy.

Oh, and don’t worry, I’m not going anywhere without talking about the return of Lily Rabe, a.k.a. Sister Mary Eunice (pre-devil possession, natch). It was like a dip in a warm, comforting pool to see Mary Eunice in her habit, with her gigantic eyes blinking slowly at Pepper’s sister. A few quibbles/questions: are we supposed to ignore the fact that Elsa Mars looks exactly like Sister Jude, who’s soon to make her own appearance at the orphanage? Wouldn’t Pepper immediately take to Jude, strictly based on looks alone? If Elsa Mars truly “owned Friday night” as LIFE Magazine said she did, then wouldn’t every single person — Sister Mary Eunice included — gush over her and at least mention it? I wouldn’t be surprised if “AHS’ somehow manages to link Jude and Elsa. If that’s the plan, I can’t wait to see how they do it. Otherwise this crossover seems kind of ill-fitting and contrived. But hey, this is “AHS.”

Freak Of The Week: Pepper. Pepper. Pepper.

Random Thoughts:

  • Proof that the Hollywood Foreign Press nominates only “established” actors with histories for Golden Globe Awards: Jessica Lange and Kathy Bates nominated for this show. I’m not saying they’re bad people or bad actors — though neither are super-strong on “Freak Show,” people like Wittrock, Grossman and Sarah Paulson should be commended in trophy form for their work here.
  • I’d like to coin it “The Dell Dump.” That was quick and painless for Desiree. Then a hug and it’s so long, pal!
  • Would love to sit down for schapps with Elsa and Desiree. Oh, the stories they’d tell.
  • Maggie dresses up as a newspaper boy was laughably bad. Did anyone, anywhere really think she looked like a boy in the slightest?
  • “Triple tits.”
  • The juxtaposition of Salty’s dead body with Elsa stacking bologna on white bread almost made me gag.
  • Was Pepper’s sister just a drunk, or was she also a bit mentally unstable? She said “piped clogs” instead of “clogged pipes” and was always muttering to herself. Would love to hear your opinions!
  • “AHS: Freak Show” wont’ be back until January. Until 2015!

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