American Horror Story Asylum – News and SPOILER Round-Up For Upcoming Episodes (Part 1 of 2) – Plus Pinhead Pepper Plots REVENGE!

Wow, that was a really fun headline to write: Revenge of Pepper the Pinhead! I know who she takes revenge on–and for– too. Read on for more –much more!

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OK, first up: I’ll be posting a much less spoiler-y version of this soon, and you’ll need to highlight certain portions with your mouse to be able to read them (for the less spoiler-y version; you can read this one just fine). The below  post, however, is going to contain spoilers– yet nothing REALLY major, like the identity of Bloody Face, what really is going on with Kit, a character’s death or someone murdering someone else, who gets eaten by Raspers, that kind of thing. I don’t have any idea what the answer to any of those are, though I could give predictions.  I will also be clear when I am speculating on something and when it has been stated. Cool?

How about we start out with the FX preview (in HD) that they showed right after the episode that aired on Halloween…

OK, first, I have some official episode descriptions, air dates, and titles, from IMDB (and a couple other official sites), and it looks like we’re going to have some serious bombshells about character’s back-stories dropped on us in this week’s episode,  I Am Anne Frank: Part 1 and on the November 14th episode, I Am Anne Frank: Part 2. As anyone who saw the preview for this week’s episode knows, Franka Potente (playing a character named Kassie, I predict she’ll be going after Dr. Arden because he tortured/killed a family member or someone she loved) will start her guest-starring arc this week on the November 7th episode. FX hasn’t been especially subtle about her making accusations that Dr. Arden is a war criminal. No one’s said the word Nazi yet, but that’s what all the evidence points to …so far. So far, Potente is only listed as a guest star for the two-parter, but who knows? Here’s the episode description for tomorrow’s show, after the jump!

Official still Released from FX for “I Am Anne Frank, Part One”

A new patient claiming to be Anne Frank exposes Arden’s past. Kit learns why Grace was admitted to Briarcliff. (OoooOOOO!)

S2, Ep5/ Air Date: Nov. 14, 2012: I Am Anne Frank: Part 2

Sister Jude employs a renowned Nazi Hunter to gather evidence against Arden. Kit makes a surprising confession. Rubber Man Bloody Face is unmasked.
S2, Ep6/ Air Date:Nov. 21, 2012 – The Origins of Monstrosity
A mysterious little girl is abandoned at Briarcliff. The Monsignor makes a Faustian pact with Dr. Arden. The origin of Bloody Face is revealed.
S2, Ep7 / Air Date: Nov. 28, 2012 – Dark Cousin   (I don’t have any episode description, just a title)
I don’t have any more episode titles after “Dark Cousin”, but I do have air dates, and good news! Looks like they will NOT be taking a mid-season break. The season finale (S2, Ep13) will be airing in early January. Hell yeah!
  • S2, Ep8/ Air Date:Dec. 5, 2012
  • S2, Ep9/ Air Date: Dec. 12, 2012
  • S2, Ep10/ Air Date: Dec. 19, 2012
  • S2, Ep11/ Air Date:Dec. 26, 2012
  • S2, Ep12/ Air Date: Jan. 2, 2013
  • S2, Ep13 (Season Finale) Air Date: Jan. 9, 2013
OK, so we’ll know who (and why) Bloody Face is after the November 21st episode (or so they say). Well, last season they were pretty straightforward about the Rubber Man reveal happening (on the episode they said it would). Somehow I don’t think there’ll be a simple explanation, though. I also don’t think Shelley is going to make it past Episode 7 (tops), sadly, if she makes it that long. Chloë Sevigny gave several interviews after “Nor’Easter” aired, and had some interesting things to say about the character (and about filming her scenes). You can read one of the best ones here on Television Without Pity. However, she spills the most info in this interview on Shock Till You Drop.com, which you can read by using this link.  However, here are some of the most juiciest highlights of that interview (Source: Shocktillyoudrop.com):

Question:  I know you’ve talked about working with all these great female actresses in some of the reviews, but I haven’t you talk about what it’s like to work with James Cromwell who is…I don’t know what he’s doing to you, but it’s really scary.  

Sevigny:  Oh, it gets much scarier.  He was good.  I mean I was a huge fan of his.  I actually saw him in a café right before we started shooting and I went up to him introduced myself and he just like, “I’m so looking forward to chopping off your legs.”  Yes, he was great.  I mean you know he was really into rehearsing the scenes before and really exploring it to its fullest, so that was kind of nice.  Sometimes people just go in and just hit their marks and he really wanted to work everything out before.  He was really … in that regard.

Question:  I’m curious what the heck is “Shelley’s” attitude going to be now in the wake of losing both of her legs at the operating table there.  What’s your disposition going to be; she’s going to be pretty pissed off I’d have to imagine.

Sevigny:  I think she’s pretty pissed off.  I think she feels pretty helpless and I think in the beginning you kind of like not so much rooting for her.  You think she’s this bad girl and then see her helping Evan’s character and … character trying to escape and you realize that she’s pretty selfless in that regard.  I think after she gets in the clutches of the evil doctor, I think you’re then kind of more rooting for her and hoping that she can escape or find a way out.  So I think the character goes through a lot.  The audience goes through a lot with the character.

No way this can end well for Kit… or Grace, probably.

Question:  Is that kind of what’s next ahead for her, trying to find a way out of this predicament, given the new disadvantage she has?

Sevigny:  Oh, yes, and her disadvantage has only increased.  She becomes more and more helpless.  It’s very tragic, actually.

If it’s getting worse– which is not a huge shocker– I’m still sticking with my theory that she’s going to end up a Rasper at the evil, shitty hands or Dr. Arden.  If Dr. Arden does  get busted for his crimes, I think it’ll be too late for Shelley …and I agree, that is very tragic. I think we now know the meaning behind the below teaser, which I don’t recall seeing aired, just released on the FX site and FX social media. Gee, I wonder why they had trouble getting it aired? I cannot watch this without wincing – especially with the foley art.
Guess whose legs are coming to dinner?

The news and spoilers don’t stop there, though! Next, Ryan Murphy did a Q&A on Twitter, and while he was coy about some things,  he dropped some JUICY tidbits… and guess what? I have screencaps to present most of his answers! One of them involves the aforementioned Pepper’s revenge, who, and why! We want to know NOW!
Yeah, yeah, Yeah… let’s get to the really fun stuff, here…
On that one, I’m ruling out Kit, because (unless they’re getting really sneaky) Evan Peters played what RM called, “the biggest monster, and our official villain” of Season One, Tate Langdon. Tate was responsible for many deaths before and after he was alive, not to mention setting someone on fire, yet I think Constance was a monster too.  Personally, I’d love to have a conversation with someone as into the show as I am about my opinion that Tate and Constance were both evil, but I digress.Two seasons in a row for him to be revealed as a killer is pushing it, and both Ryan Murphy and Evan Peters said in interviews that this season, Kit plays a victim, not a victimizer.
And for a certain high-profile moron who “writes about the show”, OF COURSE they’re not zombies, you cretin! He (that reporter) called them zombies right off the bat and referred to them that way from then on. Really? Seriously? Do all monsters either have to be zombies or vampires? OK, they’re messed-up and scary-looking, they eat meat, and chase people that get too close. That does not  mean they’re zombies, pinhead genius! Instead,  as many of us called it already…
HOAH! There is no way this could have a happy ending. From what Chloë Sevigny let slip in an interview (like one of the ones listed above) she says Lana ends up somewhere worse than the asylum. I have no clue how Wendy is involved– other than her finding out she’s dead, even though don’t have concrete proof of her death, just her being missing. I’m guessing both Shelley–or maybe Shelley and Wendy– end up in the scariest woods in the world outside the asylum …and one of them is a Rasper. I can all but guarantee either Wendy, Lana, or Shelley ends up as Rasper chow.
Now if that’s not enough to drive you nuts blow your mind (no pun intended),  check out a bombshell almost as good as that last one!  There’s a reason I saved it for last…
Holy Shit! Now you’re talking!
OK,  taking a break to celebrate here 😀

More Coming – Part 2 of 2 for News/Spoiler/Speculation Round-up before I hit the sack to sleep like a log!

UPDATE: That did not in fact happen. Oh, the part about sleeping like a log definitely happened, but I fell asleep after writing maybe 70% of Part 2 of 2 –with the laptop still on my lap. I woke up around 4AM, put the laptop away, brushed my teeth, then slept for almost twelve hours. When I got up to finish in time for tonight’s episode, I had technical difficulties that are just now clearing up. I‘m going to try to get as much of it out as I can before 10:00 PM Eastern. Thanks for being patient! Gabba Gabba HEY!
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