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GirlsAloudFan 10-12-2011 09:17 PM

American Horror Story
Ryan Murphy
Taissa Farmiga
Dylan McDermott's bare ass
Coach Taylor's wife from Friday Night Lights
Haunted house
Creepy stuff
That scary creature with claws in the basement
Let's go

bono_212 10-12-2011 09:20 PM

40 minutes.

kramwest1 10-12-2011 09:21 PM

Alexandra Breckenridge. :heart:

My house is dirty, too. :flirt:

cobl04 10-12-2011 09:22 PM

What sort of name is Taissa?

corianderstem 10-12-2011 10:49 PM




Just watched the premiere. Wow, that was good. And creepy. Good 'n creepy.


I also was over-the-moon in love with the Glee premiere, and hated it by the end of the first season. So I have some reservations. Watch yourself, Ryan Murphy.

(Additional Ryan Murphy info: I have not seen Nip/Tuck and thought Popular was fun, if wildly uneven.)

bono_212 10-12-2011 11:02 PM

Have I mentioned I love this show?

corianderstem 10-12-2011 11:03 PM

Also, I don't know that I'll be able to remember Connie Britton's character's name, so I'll just keep thinking of her as Tami Taylor, wrongfully parted from her true partner, Coach Taylor. (Best TV couple ever. EVER.)

Although she doesn't say "y'all" here, so I'm sure I'll get over this problem.

Lancemc 10-12-2011 11:41 PM

Didn't realize this was by the Nip/Tuck guy (Glee neither for that matter, but I'll never touch that). Nip/Tuck is brilliantly compulsively watchable for its first two seasons and much of the third. Will check this out.

GirlsAloudFan 10-13-2011 01:32 AM

Damn, that was just as fucked up as the first episode, if not more so.

I'm wondering if the plan is to have every episode of the show open with a flashback and an extended sequence showing a murder that had happened at the house. Two for two so far. It would be interesting, and would remind a lot of how every episode of Six Feet Under opened with someone dying. And any similarities to SFU are a good thing (we already have one here with the awesome Frances Conroy as the older version of the maid). I don't know. If the show lasts for a while, they might not be able to do that because, really, how many people could be murdered at that one house without it being demolished by the government or something?

Home invasions have always scared me, so all that stuff kind of got to me a bit. And I definitely was like WTF? when our heroes Viv and Violet, in the second episode, were already facing a crazy life or death situation that would require a miracle to get out of. Didn't expect anything like that.

And I was thinking "Now they have to move out of this house for sure, right?" I mean, how could they possibly stay there after that? But that would kind of wreck the premise of the show? Ahhhh, questions.

Ryan Murphy, you bastard! You always get me to write long-winded posts about your shows. Anybody that's been in the Glee thread I think can attest to that.

deep 10-13-2011 03:31 AM

episode 2 was better than the pilot

bono_212 10-13-2011 08:04 AM


Originally Posted by GirlsAloudFan
And I was thinking "Now they have to move out of this house for sure, right?" I mean, how could they possibly stay there after that? But that would kind of wreck the premise of the show? Ahhhh, questions.

I felt pretty exactly the same as you regarding everything you said, including the bit about home invasions (and excluding the bit about SFU, as I've never seen that show), but I especially agree with what you're saying here. I'm sure they'll find a write around, but nothing would convince me to stay in that house.

trojanchick99 10-17-2011 03:19 PM

Finally caught episode 2 and wow. I love this creepy, creepy show. I'm starting to think there might be an "Others" vibe going on.

bono_212 10-17-2011 06:41 PM

I don't really get that impression at all, since
the father leaves the house and travels to Boston. Nothing like that occurs in The Others, does it? I thought they never left the house.

corianderstem 10-18-2011 12:10 AM

Does anyone know how many episodes they have scheduled? I was asking a coworker today if she'd seen it, and she thought she'd heard there were only 4 episodes, or that it was a short season? I haven't heard anything about that, but I'd barely heard anything about the show before it started.

deep 10-18-2011 12:34 AM


there are 5 with titles (air dates) and this list has 13 ?

"American Horror Story" (2011) - Episode list

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