Played by Franka Potente, the show's new inmate was bad news for Dr. Arden, but a positive addition for viewers, as she accused James Cromwell's unhinged physician of being a war criminal, opening up Season 2 beyond aliens and experiments and the mentally ill and into the world of... Nazism.
Yup, just another day on American Horror Story.
"I Am Anne Frank, Pt. 1" also featured two of the more disturbing scenes in series history, which is saying A Lot of course:
Dr. Thredson attempting to "cure" Lana of her homosexuality. Like everything else this season, the eeriest aspect of this scene and storyline is that the belief that homosexuality is a sin and that it can be eliminated from one's soul is still prevalent in sectors of society today. We haven't »
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