Oh. My. God. The penultimate episode of American Horror Story's first season brought the pain. Figuratively and literally.
R.I.P. Vivien Harmon (and Stillborn Harmon)
While I've had the feeling that another Harmon would bite the dust before the more
The year is 1984. It is morning again in America , or so the President claims. Born in the U.S.A. "Like A Virgin." Purple Rain . The Mac revolution begins with a hammer blow to Big Brother . A panic & more
This episode is called "Birth," just like the creepier-than-a-jar-full-o'-babies Nicole Kidman movie, but it should really be called "Kramercrantz vs. Kramerstern Are Dead." Except that there aren't two but a half-dozen unfit parents fighting for custody more
My goodness. That was uncomfortable to watch.
And disturbing, and creepy, and stomach-turning and downright shocking that a show would go that far, even one on cable, even one airing at 10 p.m., even one that has already gone farther - in terms of bloo more
American Horror Story adds to its ghostly ranks with "Birth," as Vivien Harmon (Connie Briton) goes into labor to deliver her twins, as Violet (Taissa Farmiga) looks to protect her family by evicting the spirits of Chad (Zachary Quinto) and Patrick (Teddy more
'American Horror Story,' Season 1, Episode 11, 'Birth': TV Recap. Violet’s still dead. And it’s all about babies, who will take care of them, whose they are. Ben gets Vivien out of the psych ward, but she goes into labor outside the house—and gives birth more
[Spoiler alert] is dead!
Sorry, there was just no other way to start off this redux. And yes, death comes frequently and swiftly in pretty much every episode of American Horror Story.... http://feeds.eonline.com/~r/eonline/kristin/~3/SCNZu2L0Oq4/280757
So - "American Horror Story." If we thought the Harmons had to stay in the house because Violet was dead, guess there's now another reason. The main plot of "Birth" is, unsurprisingly, Vivien giving birth to the twins. She is let out of the looney bin to more