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Year: 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

5 October 2011
Therapist Ben Harmon, his wife, Vivien, and their daughter, Violet, move across the country to Los Angeles to escape their troubled past.

Season 1, Episode 2: Home Invasion

12 October 2011
Serial killer enthusiasts reenact the brutal murders of two nursing students, while Ben returns to Boston to fix a mistake involving an old flame.

Season 1, Episode 3: Murder House

19 October 2011
Ben confronts Moira about recent strange behavior, while Vivien learns about the house's first resident.

Season 1, Episode 4: Halloween: Part 1

26 October 2011
Two of the house's previous residents, interior designers Chad and Patrick, give the Harmons decorating advice.

Season 1, Episode 5: Halloween: Part 2

2 November 2011
While on a date with Violet, Tate is harassed by a group of bloody teens. Ben and Vivien are haunted by one of the house's newest guests.

Season 1, Episode 6: Piggy Piggy

9 November 2011
Ben sees a new patient who is terrified by the legend of a man who slaughters those who repeat a specific mantra into a mirror.

Season 1, Episode 7: Open House

16 November 2011
Violet takes solace in a new revelation. Vivien learns she is pregnant.

Season 1, Episode 8: Rubber Man

23 November 2011
The man in the rubber suit is revealed.

Season 1, Episode 9: Spooky Little Girl

30 November 2011
One of history's most famous murder victims pays the house a visit. Constance discovers more of Tate's bad behavior.

Season 1, Episode 10: Smoldering Children

7 December 2011
In 1994, Larry gets burned. In the present, Ben begins to understand what happened to cause Vivien's institutionalization. Constance is questioned by the police in Travis' death. Violet learns something about herself that she doesn't know.

Season 1, Episode 11: Birth

14 December 2011
Vivien gives birth. Violet learns who fathered one of her new siblings.

Season 1, Episode 12: Afterbirth

21 December 2011
The aftermath of Vivien's difficult labour is revealed and Ben makes plans to get out of the house. Some of the spirits have other plans and the family has to pull together to make it through these very tough changes.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Welcome to Briarcliff

17 October 2012
Welcome to Briarcliff Manor, a notorious insane asylum home to the deranged serial killer, Bloody Face. Lurking in the shadows of this "sanctuary of healing" are terrifying evils that blur the boundaries between reality and insanity.

Season 2, Episode 2: Tricks and Treats

24 October 2012
An exorcist is summoned to Briarcliff to help save a troubled farm boy. Sister Jude's darkest secret is revealed.

Season 2, Episode 3: Nor'easter

31 October 2012
A group of patients plan an escape from the asylum during a violent storm.

Season 2, Episode 4: I Am Anne Frank: Part 1

7 November 2012
A new patient claiming to be Anne Frank exposes Arden's past. Kit learns why Grace was admitted to Briarcliff.

Season 2, Episode 5: I Am Anne Frank: Part 2

14 November 2012
Sister Jude digs up dirt on Arden. Kit makes a surprising confession. Bloody Face is unmasked.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Origins of Monstrosity

21 November 2012
A mysterious little girl is abandoned at Briarcliff. The Monsignor makes a Faustian pact with Dr. Arden. The origin of Bloody Face is revealed.

Season 2, Episode 7: Dark Cousin

28 November 2012
Sister Mary Eunice is terrified to discover a dark angel has descended on Briarcliff. Kit makes a bold move to be reunited with Grace.

Season 2, Episode 8: Unholy Night

5 December 2012
A murderous Santa wrecks havoc on the asylum. Sister Jude faces off with the Devil. Arden has a shocking encounter in the Death Chute.

Season 2, Episode 9: The Coat Hanger

12 December 2012
The Monsignor takes on an unlikely convert. Lana secures a new piece of evidence that can exonerate Kit. Arden witnesses a miraculous return.

Season 2, Episode 10: The Name Game

2 January 2013
The Monsignor confronts the Devil. Arden's experiments reach a shocking conclusion. Dr. Thredson facilitates a surprising reunion for Kit.

Season 2, Episode 11: Spilt Milk

9 January 2013
Grace brings Kit devastating news about the aliens' experiments on Alma. Dr. Thredson receives an unexpected visitor. The Monsignor goes to extreme lengths to silence Jude.

Season 2, Episode 12: Continuum

16 January 2013
A deadly new inmate threatens Sister Jude's chance of release from Briarcliff. Grace's obsession with the aliens turns violent.

Zachary Quinto ... Dr. Oliver Thredson

Joseph Fiennes ... Monsignor Timothy Howard

Sarah Paulson ... Lana Winters

Evan Peters ... Kit Walker

Lily Rabe ... Sister Mary Eunice McKee (credit only)

Lizzie Brocheré ... Grace Bertrand

James Cromwell ... Dr. Arthur Arden (credit only)

Jessica Lange ... Sister Jude Martin

Frances Conroy ... Angel of Death

Clea DuVall ... Wendy Peyser (as Clea Duvall)

Britne Oldford ... Alma Walker

Robin Bartlett ... Dr. Miranda Crump

Naomi Grossman ... Pepper

Jack Conley ... Officer Woods
Lorinne Vozoff ... Used Bookstore Owner

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Lana's Host

Elizabeth Bond ... Rena

Jon Paul Burkhart ... Percy

Mark D. Espinoza ... Jorge (as Mark Espinoza)

Emily Johnson ... Nurse

Lynn Ann Leveridge ... Battle-Axe
Fifi Millers ... Baby Julia
Zolie Millers ... Baby Julia
Nathan Murray ... Baby Thomas
Noah Murray ... Baby Thomas
Shannon Berry ... Asylum Patient (uncredited)

Christina Bobrowsky ... Bookstore Attendee (uncredited)

Mark Casimir Dyniewicz ... Asylum Patient (uncredited)

Gary-7 ... The Headbanger Inmate (uncredited)

Dylan McDermott ... Johnny Morgan (uncredited)
Gina Scoles ... Hortense (uncredited)

Heather Wynters ... Daphne (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Madness Ends

23 January 2013
Johnny sets out to complete his father's work. Lana leads the charge to finally shut down Briarcliff.

Zachary Quinto ... Dr. Oliver Thredson

Joseph Fiennes ... Monsignor Timothy Howard

Sarah Paulson ... Lana Winters

Evan Peters ... Kit Walker

Lily Rabe ... Sister Mary Eunice McKee (credit only)

Lizzie Brocheré ... Grace Bertrand (credit only)

James Cromwell ... Dr. Arthur Arden (credit only)

Jessica Lange ... Sister Jude Martin

Frances Conroy ... Angel of Death

Camille Chen ... April Mayfield

Joan Severance ... Marian

Brady Allen ... Thomas

Mark D. Espinoza ... Jorge (as Mark Espinoza)
Callder Griffith ... Older Thomas

Nolan Gross ... Young Johnny

Brady Hender ... Bully

Chandler Kinney ... Older Julia

Sal Landi ... Detective #2

Thyme Lewis ... Dante

Evan Parke ... Detective #1

Rodney Rowland ... Milo (as Rod Rowland)
Paul Tei ... Ted

Meg Wolf ... Neo-Natal Nurse

Sade Kimora Young ... Julia
Nikki Christie ... Hippie Babysitter (uncredited)

Jenna Dewan Tatum ... Teresa Morrison (archive footage) (uncredited)
Cathy Fielding ... Asylum Nun (uncredited)

Gary-7 ... The Headbanger Inmate (uncredited)

Adam Levine ... Leo Morrison (archive footage) (uncredited)

Dylan McDermott ... Johnny Morgan (uncredited)

Victoria Reid ... Asylum Inmate (uncredited)

Chloë Sevigny ... Shelley (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Bitchcraft

9 October 2013
After discovering her unique bloodline, a young girl is whisked away to a special academy for girls who share the same lineage.

Sarah Paulson ... Cordelia Foxx

Taissa Farmiga ... Zoe Benson

Frances Conroy ... Myrtle Snow

Evan Peters ... Kyle Spencer

Lily Rabe ... Misty Day

Emma Roberts ... Madison Montgomery

Denis O'Hare ... Spalding

Kathy Bates ... Madame Delphine LaLaurie

Jessica Lange ... Fiona Goode

Angela Bassett ... Marie Laveau

Gabourey Sidibe ... Queenie

Jamie Brewer ... Nan

Grey Damon ... Brener

Ian Anthony Dale ... David

Ameer Baraka ... Bastien

Josette Barchilon ... Tourist
Maureen Brennan ... Tour Guide
Milton Crosby ... Brian
David Dahlgren ... Chief Magistrate

Haley Drago ... Sorority President

Lucy Faust ... Mercy

Arabella Field ... Nora Benson
Henry Frost ... Frat Boy #2

Raeden Greer ... Pauline LaLaurie
Raion Hill ... Bus Driver
Scott Michael Jefferson ... Louis LaLaurie (as Scott Jefferson)

Kurt Krause ... Charlie Taylor
Margaret Lawhon ... Newscaster
Armal J. Perkins ... Contortionist (as Armal Perkins)

Morgan Roberts ... Frat Boy #1

Ashlynn Ross ... Marie Jeanne LaLaurie
LaJessie Smith ... Slave Boy (as La'Jessie Smith)

Ash Taylor ... Director

Jennifer Lynn Warren ... Borquita LaLaurie
Ben Wisdom ... Preacher

Scheryl W Brown ... Peeled Back Face Slave (uncredited)
Edward J. Clare ... Suitor #3 (uncredited)
Cody Dickinson ... Pentecostal Dancer (uncredited)
Cassandra Eastwold ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Lyle R. Guidroz ... Pedestrian (uncredited)
Mark Joyce ... Shadow Mob (uncredited)
Cynthia LeBlanc ... Train Passenger (uncredited)

A.J. Leitell ... Tourist (uncredited)
Sir Maejor ... Albino Guard (uncredited)
Jakel Marshall ... Pancreas Guy (uncredited)
Quintin McKemie II ... College Boy (uncredited)

Starlette Miariaunii ... Slave in the Attic (uncredited)

Timothy Pickles ... Creole Gentleman / Dancer (uncredited)
Logan Douglas Smith ... Pedestrian (uncredited)
Nathan Alan Thomas ... Frat Boy (uncredited)

Michelle Torres ... Tourist (uncredited)
Joseph Uzzell ... Witness (uncredited)
Sarah Reid Vinyard ... School Witch (uncredited)
Bob Walker ... Suitor #4 (uncredited)

William Shannon Williams ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Jonathan Wright ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Boy Parts

16 October 2013
Fiona threatens a long-standing peace when she delves into Madame LaLaurie's past, while Zoe and Madison must deal with a horrible tragedy.

Season 3, Episode 3: The Replacements

23 October 2013
Fiona takes on an unlikely protégé. A guilt-ridden Zoe tries to give Kyle his old life back. Madison has a fiery exchange with Joan Ramsey, a new neighbor.

Season 3, Episode 4: Fearful Pranks Ensue

30 October 2013
Fiona's choices rattle a decades-long truce between the Salem witches and Marie Laveau. The Council of Witchcraft pays a surprise visit to the Academy with disturbing allegations.

Season 3, Episode 5: Burn, Witch. Burn!

6 November 2013
Zoe reveals a new power during the zombie army siege. Meanwhile, Fiona exacts revenge on Myrtle when an attack leaves Cordelia blinded.

Sarah Paulson ... Cordelia Foxx

Taissa Farmiga ... Zoe Benson

Frances Conroy ... Myrtle Snow

Evan Peters ... Kyle Spencer (credit only)

Lily Rabe ... Misty Day

Emma Roberts ... Madison Montgomery

Denis O'Hare ... Spalding

Kathy Bates ... Madame Delphine LaLaurie

Jessica Lange ... Fiona Goode

Angela Bassett ... Marie Laveau

Gabourey Sidibe ... Queenie

Josh Hamilton ... Hank Foxx

Jamie Brewer ... Nan

Alexander Dreymon ... Luke Ramsey

Leslie Jordan ... Quentin Fleming

Robin Bartlett ... Cecily Pembroke

Meg Chambers Steedle ... Stillborn Mother (as Meg Steedle)
Jenny Ballard ... ICU Nurse

Ameer Baraka ... Bastien

Gabe Begneaud ... Jacques

Tony Bentley ... Governor Roman

Lyle Brocato ... Dr. Wilson

Lucius Falick ... Stunt Zombie #1
Raykim Goslar ... Stunt Zombie #2

Dana Gourrier ... Chantal

Raeden Greer ... Pauline LaLaurie
Scott Michael Jefferson ... Louis LaLaurie (as Scott Jefferson)

Ritchie Montgomery ... Stunt Zombie #3

Nathan Moore ... Trick or Treater

Brian Oerly ... Clifton

Ashlynn Ross ... Marie Jeanne LaLaurie
Bruce Sanders Jr. ... Orderly (as Bruce Sanders)
Ramona Tyler ... Aimee Roman

Charley Vance ... Cadaver Man

Jennifer Lynn Warren ... Borquita LaLaurie

Seaun Carlo ... Disfigured Slave (uncredited)
Devin Maurice Evans ... Vampire (uncredited)
Lyle R. Guidroz ... Waltz Dancer (uncredited)
Dan McCrory ... Zombie (uncredited)

Starlette Miariaunii ... Slave (uncredited)

Raymond Rehage ... Zombie (Elvis) (uncredited)
M. Jearl Vinot ... Hospital Patient (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: The Axeman Cometh

13 November 2013
When Zoe, Queenie and Nan use a ouija board to find out what happened to Madison, they awaken the spirit of a long-dead serial killer, the Axeman.

Sarah Paulson ... Cordelia Foxx

Taissa Farmiga ... Zoe Benson

Frances Conroy ... Myrtle Snow (credit only)

Evan Peters ... Kyle Spencer

Lily Rabe ... Misty Day

Emma Roberts ... Madison Montgomery

Denis O'Hare ... Spalding

Kathy Bates ... Madame Delphine LaLaurie (credit only)

Jessica Lange ... Fiona Goode

Angela Bassett ... Marie Laveau

Danny Huston ... The Axeman

Gabourey Sidibe ... Queenie

Josh Hamilton ... Hank Foxx

Alexandra Breckenridge ... Kaylee

Jamie Brewer ... Nan

Grace Gummer ... Millie

Andrew Leeds ... Dr. Dunphy

Kyle Russell Clements ... Carter (as Kyle Clements)

Molly Conarro ... Winnifred

Lauren Gros ... Rosie

Heaven Needham ... Sunny

Lauren Prejeant ... Christine

Dane Rhodes ... Teddy Bear
Carol Sutton ... Black Woman

Mariana Paola Vicente ... Gwen (as Mariana Vicente)

Tamarah Murley ... Thin Woman

Rachel Acuna ... Nurse (uncredited)
Kyla Duhe ... Prostitute (uncredited)

Lisa Raziano ... 1919 Street Patron (uncredited)
Jesse Yarborough ... 1919 Street Patron (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: The Dead

20 November 2013
Fiona finds new purpose in a dangerous love affair. A night out with LaLaurie leads Queenie to question her place in the Coven. Cordelia makes a fateful decision about her mother.

Season 3, Episode 8: The Sacred Taking

4 December 2013
With Fiona struggling to cope with the effects of her medication, the rest of the coven undertake a ritual known as the "sacred taking" to prepare for the next supreme. However Fiona must take her own life if the ritual is to be a success.

Season 3, Episode 9: Head

11 December 2013
Cordelia's attacker is revealed. Fiona looks to form an alliance with Marie Laveau. Nan learns a disturbing truth about Luke's past.

Season 3, Episode 10: The Magical Delights of Stevie Nicks

8 January 2014
Fiona attempts to out the new Supreme with a visit from Stevie Nicks. Cordelia learns the truth about Hank and the Witch Hunters. Madison tries to eliminate her competition for the Supremacy.

Sarah Paulson ... Cordelia Foxx

Taissa Farmiga ... Zoe Benson

Frances Conroy ... Myrtle Snow

Evan Peters ... Kyle Spencer (credit only)

Lily Rabe ... Misty Day

Emma Roberts ... Madison Montgomery

Denis O'Hare ... Spalding (credit only)

Kathy Bates ... Madame Delphine LaLaurie (credit only)

Jessica Lange ... Fiona Goode

Angela Bassett ... Marie Laveau

Danny Huston ... The Axeman

Patti LuPone ... Joan Ramsey

Stevie Nicks ... Stevie Nicks

Lance Reddick ... Papa Legba

Jamie Brewer ... Nan

Michael Cristofer ... Harrison Renard

Mike Colter ... David

Carlos Antonio ... Security Officer

Ameer Baraka ... Bastien

Jillian Batherson ... Night Nurse

Samantha Beaulieu ... ICU Nurse
Margaret Lawhon ... Newscaster
Kirk Crenshaw ... FBI Agent (uncredited)

Joseph Fischer ... Officer (uncredited)

Sadarias Harrell ... Funeral Goer (uncredited)

Jim Henry ... Hospital Security Guard (uncredited)

John Henry ... Grave Digger (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Protect the Coven

15 January 2014
Fiona and Laveau have a deadly face off with The Corporation. Cordelia makes a desperate sacrifice to protect the Coven.

Season 3, Episode 12: Go to Hell

22 January 2014
Cordelia's latest vision puts the Coven's future in question. With the end of Fiona's reign approaching, the girls manifest powerful new gifts. Queenie's search for Marie Laveau leads her to Hell and back.

Season 3, Episode 13: The Seven Wonders

29 January 2014
Zoe, Madison, Misty and Queenie undergo the test of the Seven Wonders, seven magical challenges that will determine the coven's next Supreme.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Monsters Among Us

8 October 2014
When police make a terrifying discovery at a local farmhouse, the eccentric purveyor of the freak show sees an opportunity that will lead her troupe either to their salvation or ruin.

Sarah Paulson ... Bette Tattler / Dot Tattler

Evan Peters ... Jimmy Darling

Michael Chiklis ... Dell Toledo (credit only)

Frances Conroy ... Gloria Mott

Denis O'Hare ... Stanley (credit only)

Emma Roberts ... Maggie Esmerelda (credit only)

Finn Wittrock ... Dandy Mott

Angela Bassett ... Desiree Dupree (credit only)

Kathy Bates ... Ethel Darling

Jessica Lange ... Elsa Mars

John Carroll Lynch ... Twisty the Clown

Grace Gummer ... Penny

Skyler Samuels ... Bonnie Lipton

Naomi Grossman ... Pepper

Jyoti Amge ... Ma Petite
Wilson Bradford ... Milkman

Ross Britz ... Uniformed Officer

Erica Curtis ... Blonde Waitress

Major Dodson ... Corey Bachman

Andrew Duplessie ... Troy Miller

Erika Ervin ... Amazon Eve

Lucy Faust ... Joanne

Mat Fraser ... Paul the Illustrated Seal

Amber Gaiennie ... Elaine
Lin Gathright ... Sylvia

Ann McKenzie ... Eudora Tattler

Thomas Francis Murphy ... Mr. Haddonfield

John Neisler ... Dr. Hudson

Christopher Neiman ... Salty

Dane Rhodes ... Detective Bunch

Ashlynn Ross ... Myrna
Rose Siggins ... Legless Suzi
Ramona Tyler ... Mildred Bachman

Mariana Paola Vicente ... Waitress Carol (as Mariana Vicente)

Theresa Wasiloski ... Plain Nurse

Kristin Witterschein ... Nurse

Ben Woolf ... Meep

Jim Henry ... Hooligan Driver (uncredited)
John C. Klein ... Drunk (uncredited)
Cynthia LeBlanc ... Diner patron (uncredited)

Kyle Pacek ... Bass Player (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: Massacres and Matinees

15 October 2014
A citywide curfew threatens to shut down the Freak Show. A strongman from Ethel's troubled past arrives at camp. Gloria arranges a terrifying play date for Dandy. The Tattler Twins reveal a talent that could knock Elsa from the spotlight

Sarah Paulson ... Bette Tattler / Dot Tattler

Evan Peters ... Jimmy Darling

Michael Chiklis ... Dell Toledo

Frances Conroy ... Gloria Mott

Denis O'Hare ... Stanley (credit only)

Emma Roberts ... Maggie Esmerelda (credit only)

Finn Wittrock ... Dandy Mott

Angela Bassett ... Desiree Dupree

Kathy Bates ... Ethel Darling

Jessica Lange ... Elsa Mars

John Carroll Lynch ... Twisty the Clown

Skyler Samuels ... Bonnie Lipton

Naomi Grossman ... Pepper

Patti LaBelle ... Dora Ross

Jyoti Amge ... Ma Petite

Tony Bentley ... Mr. Hainey

Jamie Bernstein ... Slimy Greaser

Valerie Boucvalt ... Woman in Diner

Erica Curtis ... Blonde Waitress

Kathy Deitch ... Young Ethel

Major Dodson ... Corey Bachman

James DuMont ... Foster

Levy Easterly ... Diner Manager

Erika Ervin ... Amazon Eve
Andrew Farrier ... Lavender John

Mat Fraser ... Paul the Illustrated Seal

Edward Gelhaus ... Younger Dell

Judd Lormand ... Doyle

P.J. Marshall ... Colquitt (as PJ Marshall)

Christopher Neiman ... Salty
Zach Rogers ... Lavender Male 2
Rose Siggins ... Legless Suzi
David Simpson ... Oliver

Billy Slaughter ... Lavender Male
Thomas Thomason ... Burly Inmate

Mariana Paola Vicente ... Waitress Carol (as Mariana Vicente)

Robert Walker Branchaud ... Erickson (as Robert Walker-Branchaud)

Meghan Wolfe ... Girl in Diner

Ben Woolf ... Meep

Janet Lynn Carey ... Lady Reading Newspaper (uncredited)
Cynthia LeBlanc ... Freak show audience (uncredited)
Elton LeBlanc ... Freak show audience (uncredited)

Kyle Pacek ... Bass Player (uncredited)

Drew Rin Varick ... Toulouse (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: Edward Mordrake: Part 1

22 October 2014
The Freaks refuse to perform on Halloween due to an old carny superstition. Jimmy is smitten by a woman claiming to be a fortuneteller. Ethel receives life-changing news.

Sarah Paulson ... Bette Tattler / Dot Tattler

Evan Peters ... Jimmy Darling

Michael Chiklis ... Dell Toledo

Frances Conroy ... Gloria Mott

Denis O'Hare ... Stanley

Emma Roberts ... Maggie Esmerelda

Finn Wittrock ... Dandy Mott

Angela Bassett ... Desiree Dupree

Kathy Bates ... Ethel Darling

Jessica Lange ... Elsa Mars

Wes Bentley ... Edward Mordrake

Celia Weston ... Lillian Hemmings

John Carroll Lynch ... Twisty the Clown

Skyler Samuels ... Bonnie Lipton

Naomi Grossman ... Pepper

Patti LaBelle ... Dora Ross

Jyoti Amge ... Ma Petite
George Bell ... Tall Man Ghost

Candi Brooks ... Southern Belle

Dodie Brown ... Mary

Molly Conarro ... Nurse

Kathy Deitch ... Young Ethel

Major Dodson ... Corey Bachman

Erika Ervin ... Amazon Eve

Laura Flannery ... Jane

Mat Fraser ... Paul the Illustrated Seal
Todd Gable ... Surgeon

Edward Gelhaus ... Younger Dell
Lauren Gobuzzi ... Jessie

Dalton E. Gray ... Mike (as Dalton Gray)

Michael Krikorian ... Cop

Robert Larriviere ... Appraiser

Jerry Leggio ... Dr. Bonham

Michael Murray ... Viking Hustler

Christopher Neiman ... Salty
Rose Siggins ... Legless Suzi

Charles Barber ... 1952 Policeman (uncredited)
Ryan Hebert ... London Bobby (uncredited)

Martin Ross Henne ... 1920s Paris Circus Patron (uncredited)

Jim Henry ... Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Jamie Keller ... Showgirl (uncredited)
Gerard 'Jerry' Lewis ... Freak Show Patron (uncredited)
GoGo McGregor ... Sword Mistress (uncredited)

Kyle Pacek ... Bass Player (uncredited)

Drew Rin Varick ... Toulouse (uncredited)

Jerrad Vunovich ... Carnie (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Edward Mordrake: Part 2

29 October 2014
Edward Mordrake continues his search for a Freak to add to his ghostly coterie. Elsa tells the grisly story of her days in Germany. Jimmy and Maggie have a run-in with the Twisted Clown.

Sarah Paulson ... Bette Tattler / Dot Tattler

Evan Peters ... Jimmy Darling

Michael Chiklis ... Dell Toledo

Frances Conroy ... Gloria Mott (credit only)

Denis O'Hare ... Stanley

Emma Roberts ... Maggie Esmerelda

Finn Wittrock ... Dandy Mott

Angela Bassett ... Desiree Dupree

Kathy Bates ... Ethel Darling (credit only)

Jessica Lange ... Elsa Mars

Wes Bentley ... Edward Mordrake

John Carroll Lynch ... Twisty the Clown

Skyler Samuels ... Bonnie Lipton

Naomi Grossman ... Pepper

Patti LaBelle ... Dora Ross

Jyoti Amge ... Ma Petite

Vernel Bagneris ... Dancin' Joe

Jason Bayle ... Lloyd
George Bell ... Tall Man Ghost

Tony Bentley ... Mr. Hanley

Major Dodson ... Corey Bachman

Miles Doleac ... Watcher #1

James DuMont ... Foster

Erika Ervin ... Amazon Eve

Laura Flannery ... Jane

Mat Fraser ... Paul the Illustrated Seal
Lauren Gobuzzi ... Jessie

Dalton E. Gray ... Mike
Stevie Lee ... Evil Dwarf #2

P.J. Marshall ... Colquitt

Pancho Moler ... Evil Dwarf #1

Christopher Neiman ... Salty

Michael Petted ... Elsa's Puppy
Rose Siggins ... Legless Suzi
Ramona Tyler ... Mildred Bachman

David Zalkind ... Watcher #2
Stephen Diamond ... Brothel Customer (uncredited)
Cynthia LeBlanc ... Townperson in car (uncredited)

Mattie Liptak ... Tommy (uncredited)
GoGo McGregor ... Sword Mistress (uncredited)

Jason Palombo ... Father (uncredited)

Drew Rin Varick ... Toulouse (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Pink Cupcakes

5 November 2014
Stanley and Maggie hatch a plan to murder the Freaks. Gloria hides the evidence of Dandy's gruesome new hobby. A health scare reveals Desiree may not be the oddity she once thought.

Season 4, Episode 6: Bullseye

12 November 2014
Elsa reveals a dangerous new act. Stanley exerts pressure on Maggie to murder Jimmy. Paul indulges in a secret romance.

Season 4, Episode 7: Test of Strength

19 November 2014
The women of the Freak Show rally against Dell after his latest act of violence. A strange encounter with Dandy raises Jimmys suspicion about the clown murders.

Season 4, Episode 8: Blood Bath

3 December 2014
Recent disappearances around camp raise Ethel's suspicion of Elsa. Gloria makes a last ditch effort to contain Dandy's bloodlust.

Season 4, Episode 9: Tupperware Party Massacre

10 December 2014
In the wake of a tragic loss, Jimmy sinks into a drunken despair. A reading from Maggie spurs Dandy to action. Stanley and Elsa track down the Twins.

Season 4, Episode 10: Orphans

17 December 2014
The death of a Freak sparks troubling behavior in Pepper. Elsa reveals the history of the Freak Show. Desiree grows suspicious of Maggie.

Season 4, Episode 11: Magical Thinking

7 January 2015
Elsa prepares for her move to Hollywood. The Twins grow enamored with a traveling salesman. Dell plots Jimmy's escape from police custody.

Season 4, Episode 12: Show Stoppers

14 January 2015
Dandy gives the Twins troubling information about Chester. Maggie vows to prove her loyalty to Jimmy. The Freaks enforce their harsh code of justice.

Season 4, Episode 13: Episode #4.13

21 January 2015


Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Episode #5.1

October 2015


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