On American Horror Story: Cult, a major plot twist was revealed in the first five minutes. Some of you may have already seen this coming after last week’s episode, but in case you didn’t … Ivy (Alison Pill) is part of the cult!
In last week’s episode, we discovered that Ivy and Winter’s (Billie Lourd) relationship goes back before the election and that Ivy has already gone dark when it comes to taking violent action in the name of politics. In the latest episode, “Holes,” Ivy has left Ally (Sarah Paulson) and is now a full-fledged member of the cult on a ruthless killing spree.
This week we also learned about what happened to Kai (Evan Peters) and Winter’s parents. They were involved in a murder-suicide that was totally kept under the radar with the assistance of their older brother, who happens to be Ally’s therapist. Finally, we know why we always thought he was a little shady and questionable. He’s related to Kai by blood, and we’re not referring to the gruesome murder scenes.
But speaking of those gruesome murder scenes, this episode was filled with them. From stabbing Bob (Dermot Mulroney) to death and being finished off with an axe to the head to ripping Bob’s surprise gimp in the attic off of the mini hooks latched into his skin all over his body to taking turns using a nail gun on one of their own, AHS: Cult really nailed it this week. Too soon?
Check out the ‘AHS’ alum who returned only to be brutally murdered:
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