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Submitted by alycakes 756d ago | review

American Horror Story: Asylum - "The Name Game": IGN Review

IGN:
Firstly, I'll admit that I was flat-out wrong regarding Monsignor Timothy in my review from a few weeks back for "The Coat Hanger." I kvetched a little bit about him being a dim character who met his end before he could redeem himself in any manner. Then, of course, it was immediately apparent from the "Next time on..." tag at the end of the episode that Timothy was meant to live on. But not only do I purposefully not watch "Next time" tags for shows in general, but the screeners I watch for American Horror Story don't even come with them. FX is nice enough to make their AHS episodes available for critics ahead of time online, and since I pre-write my reviews in order to get them up in a timely fashion, I never have any prior knowledge about what lies in wait. And, frankly, I also like to go into an episode with as little spoiled for me as possible. (American Horror Story, TV) 8.6/10

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