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American Horror Story: Asylum – Masterpiece Theatre

American Horror Story: Asylum – the latest episode? I have just watched the most enthralling hour of television in recent memory! Jam-packed from start to finish! I feel like I’ve watched every genre from the musical to sci-fi mashed up into a most glorious mix! It was like visual LSD! Four fuckin’ stars, two thumbs up, and give these actors Emmys!!

It’s the only show I watch aside from The Walking Dead. It’s always good but tonight was a masterpiece.

I’m expressly saying this: even if you’ve never watched a single episode ever, this is worth seeing. I’m watching it again it was that good! Riveting!

I feel like I just smoked a joint, did a line, snorted some angel dust , and smoked some bath salts simultaneously! Is rehab in my future?!!!

Jessica Lange was/is amazing and I hope she sticks around for season three. Really, a superb cast all around. Pepper stole the show for a few minutes, even. I’m glad that Ryan Murphy is writing less for the show this year. It certainly shows! I don’t want to give anything away, but go watch it, come back here and let CelebrityVIPLounge know what you think. I promise you will not be disappointed. Or your money back!

Triston – who has written 854 posts on Celebrity VIP Lounge.

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  1. Corbyn

    The last half of American Horror Story promises to be interesting and eye-opening. Some of the storylines have come to a close with this episode which was masterfully done. My DISH co-workers were very impressed with Jessica Lange’s turn at The Name Game song and I agree she did a fantastic job! I think it made the whole episode come to life after the death of some of the characters. This season has been extraordinary and with only two episodes left now I’ve got my DISH Hopper ready to record it when it airs. It allows me to store up to 2,000 hours of my favorite TV shows and movies which means that I’ve got control over my TV viewing experience.