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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

5 October 2011
Vivien and Ben Harmon and their daughter Violet relocate to Los Angeles from Boston and buy a large old house. As required by law, the real estate agent discloses that the previous occupants were the victims of a murder-suicide. The Harmons think nothing of it and concentrate on repairing their marriage that has come under strain following Vivien's miscarriage and Ben's subsequent infidelity with one of his students. Ben is a psychiatrist and will meet his patients in the house. They meet the neighbors, the eccentric Constance and her daughter Adelaide. Vivien also hires a housekeeper, Moira, but Ben and Vivien don't quite see the same person when they look at her. Violet is bullied at school and befriends one of her dad's patients who has serious psychological problems. Strange events begin to occur.

Season 1, Episode 2: Home Invasion

12 October 2011
Ben gets a new patient, Bianca Forest, something of a murder groupie who is just amazed that he lives in the house that has been the scene of so many famous murders. Ben has his own problems when the student with whom he was having an affair in Boston calls to tell him she's pregnant. He lies to his wife Vivien saying he's got to return to Boston to deal with one of his old cases. While he's away however, Bianca and two of her friends stage a home invasion intent on recreating a murder of two student nurses in 1968.

Season 1, Episode 3: Murder House

19 October 2011
After their home invasion, Vivien insists that they move out but their finances are such that there's no possibility of moving into a new place unless they can recoup what they've paid out. Vivien soon learns that selling isn't going to be easy given the long history of murders which go back to 1922 when an abortionist and his wife lived there. Ben is having blackouts, waking up in the backyard and is shocked when his ex-girlfriend from Boston shows up. Larry Harvey gives him a hand. Vivien gets an interesting visitor from the past, though she doesn't realize who the woman is.

Season 1, Episode 4: Halloween: Part 1

26 October 2011
A flashback to to 2010 shows the previous owners of the house, Chad and Patrick, who are attacked by the man in the rubber suit. In the present day, it's Halloween and Vivien and Ben are getting little interest in the house. Their real estate agent, Marcy, suggests they hire a fluffer, someone who can give the house a little something extra. Tate tells Violet about the abortionist and his wife, Charles and Laura Montgomery, whose baby was kidnapped and murdered by a boyfriend seeking revenge. Addie wants to dress as a pretty girl for her trick or treating but tragedy ensues. Vivien realizes that Ben has been in touch with his ex-girlfriend in Boston. When she suffers severe abdominal cramps Ben rushes her to the hospital where a scan reveals her to be in an advanced state of pregnancy and not the few weeks she thought. While they're away, Larry Harvey shows up at the house demanding his money.

Season 1, Episode 5: Halloween: Part 2

2 November 2011
Vivien and Ben race back home to find Violet missing. She's off with Tate and is apparently alright but they get bullied at the beach by a gang of students. Ben has something of a surprise when the dead and buried Hayden knocks at his door. He goes after Larry and accuses him and Hayden of trying to con him. For her part, Hayden is intent on ensuring Vivien knows about her pregnancy with Ben. Chad goes on a rant and blames Vivien for causing his break up with Patrick. Constance blames Violet for what has happened to Adelaide.

Season 1, Episode 6: Piggy Piggy

9 November 2011
Ben is now living elsewhere but still meets patients in the house as they can't afford anything else. It doesn't sit well with Vivien who would like him to just go away. Ben's latest patient is someone who thinks he can conjure up an urban legend, a killer with the head of a pig. Vivien has an amnio and traces the technician who did her first ultra sound. She scoffs at what she hears. Moira tells Vivien what she thinks about her marriage and Vivien asks her to leave. Violet meanwhile learns of a massacre at her high school in 1994 and Tate's role in it. She also learns about Tate's mother.

Season 1, Episode 7: Open House

16 November 2011
Vivien and the real estate agent Marcy may have someone interested in the house but Vivien insists on being completely honest about the history of murders there. The buyer doesn't seem to be bothered by it all and on his second visit, Moira goes to special lengths to make sure he likes it there. Larry also shows up posing as a buyer and gets a tour. Ben makes it clear that he's not welcome at the house. When Larry learns that the prospective buyer plans to tear the house down, he and Constance set out to make sure it doesn't happen. Meanwhile, Ben and Vivien are concerned about Violet who now never leaves the house and barely eats. She's spending time with Tate who teaches her how to get rid of the ghosts around them. A photo of Nora Montgomery shocks Vivien.

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
A flashback to 1984 shows young Tate's first encounter with ghosts in the basement. In the present day, Tate tells Nora Montgomery that she can't have one of Vivien's babies. Several of the ghosts have their eye on Vivien's twins and Constance faces off against Chad. She suggests that she keep her grandchild while he take Ben's child but Chad insists he wants both children. Violet tries a spell to get rid of some of the ghosts. After Ben collects her from the hospital, Vivien goes into labor at the house but only one child survives. Violet learns who fathered one of her mother's babies.

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
A new doctor, Oliver Thredson, arrives at Briarcliff assigned by the courts to examine and report on Kit Walker. He's appalled by conditions he finds there and the fact that they still use electroshock to treat homosexuality. His view of how medicine is practiced is seemingly confirmed when a new patient arrives and Monsignor Howard decides that an exorcism is called for. In flashbacks, some of Sister Jude's life prior to becoming a nun is revealed. Meanwhile, Lana continues to be a threat and Sister Jude convinces Dr. Adler to give her shock therapy in the hopes it will affect her memory. Lana makes a plan to escape with her new friend Grace but it doesn't go as planned. Also, Dr. Adler engages the services of a prostitute but she can't quite seem to meet his requirements.

Season 2, Episode 3: Nor'easter

31 October 2012
It's Halloween and a major storm is expected in the area. Sister Jude decides to have a movie night in an attempt to calm the patients. She is being tormented by someone who knows about the auto accident she had before becoming a nun and sends her a newspaper clipping about the accident dated 1949. She turns to the bottle, a problem she had previously overcome. Meanwhile, a possessed Sister Mary Eunice wreaks havoc in the asylum, killing one of the patients and makes sexual advances to an incredulous Dr. Adler. Shelley thinks the storm is the perfect cover to escape but is intercepted by Adler who has a permanent solution to her trying to escape.

Zachary Quinto ... Dr. Oliver Thredson

Joseph Fiennes ... Monsignor Timothy Howard (credit only)

Sarah Paulson ... Lana Winters

Evan Peters ... Kit Walker

Lily Rabe ... Sister Mary Eunice McKee

Lizzie Brocheré ... Grace Bertrand

James Cromwell ... Dr. Arthur Arden

Jessica Lange ... Sister Jude Martin

Chloë Sevigny ... Shelley

Adam Levine ... Leo Morrison

Jenna Dewan-Tatum ... Teresa Morrison (as Jenna Dewan Tatum)

Mark Consuelos ... Spivey

Fredric Lehne ... Frank McCann

Parker Croft ... Devon

Mark Engelhardt ... Carl

Naomi Grossman ... Pepper

Gloria Laino ... The Mexican

Blake Sheldon ... Cooper

Mark Casimir Dyniewicz ... Fighting Patient (uncredited)

Mickey Faerch ... Hair Tugging Patient (uncredited)

Cathy Fielding ... Asylum Nun (uncredited)

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

Maria Olsen ... Patient (uncredited)
Shawn Thomas ... Peeing patient (uncredited)

Chelsey Valentine ... Missy Stone (archive footage) (uncredited)

Heather Wynters ... Daphne (uncredited)

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

7 November 2012
A new arrival at Briarcliff Manor claims to be Anne Frank. She stabbed a man who made an anti-Semitic remark. When she sees Dr. Adler, she accuses him of being a doctor who worked at Auschwitz. Sister Jude is at first dismissive but soon begins to believe her. Adler gets help from a most unexpected source. Meanwhile, Kit tells Grace what Dr. Adler has been doing to him and she in turn tells him why she is in the hospital. She was accused of butchering her father and her stepmother after her stepsister accused her of the crime. Lana tells Dr. Thredson about their attempted escape and he offers to help her. She agrees to aversion therapy. Thredson also tells Kit that he sees no useful purpose in having him executed and is prepared to lie for him - provided he's prepared to face the truth.

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

14 November 2012
Convinced that Dr. Arden is a Nazi, Sister Jude hires a Nazi hunter, Mr. Goodman, to look into his past. He tells her of Operation Paperclip where American officials created false biographies for known Nazis and helped them relocate in the West. He tells her that SS officers have their blood type tattooed on their left arm. It all begins to go wrong when Anne Frank's husband shows up to collect his wife, who has had a breakdown since the birth of their baby. She's soon back at Briarcliff and Arden has his own plans for her. Meanwhile, Kit is released from solitary but Grace is to go ahead with her operation. Dr. Thredson follows through on his promise to Kit and also to Lana. The identity of Bloody Face is revealed.

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.

Zachary Quinto ... Dr. Oliver Thredson

Joseph Fiennes ... Monsignor Timothy Howard

Sarah Paulson ... Lana Winters

Evan Peters ... Kit Walker

Lily Rabe ... Sister Mary Eunice McKee

Lizzie Brocheré ... Grace Bertrand (credit only)

James Cromwell ... Dr. Arthur Arden

Jessica Lange ... Sister Jude Martin

Chloë Sevigny ... Shelley

Jenna Dewan-Tatum ... Teresa Morrison (as Jenna Dewan Tatum)

Mark Consuelos ... Spivey

Mark Margolis ... Sam Goodman

Amy Farrington ... Mrs. Reynolds

Nikki Hahn ... Jenny Reynolds

Bob Bancroft ... Harry Kirkland

Eugene Byrd ... Grayson's Partner

David Gianopoulos ... Detective John Greyson

Kirk Bovill ... Phil

Kasey Mahaffy ... Father James

Michael Duisenberg ... Male Uniform

Brooke Hasalton ... Mom

Tara Holt ... Laura

Betty Murphy ... Sally

Adrian Quinonez ... Uni Cop

Parker York Smith ... Giles

Cheyenne Wilbur ... Professor

Clea DuVall ... Wendy Peyser (archive footage) (uncredited)

Cathy Fielding ... Asylum Nun (uncredited)

Dylan McDermott ... Johnny Morgan (voice) (uncredited)

David Sipe ... Anatomy Student (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Dark Cousin

28 November 2012
The angel of death descends upon Briarcliff Manor. Grace is found bleeding to death after her operation but is brought back from the abyss just as she was to receive the kiss of death. When Sister Mary Eunice accuses Dr. Arden of butchering the operation, he doesn't know what she talking about. Lana manages to escape from Bloody Face but gets a ride from someone who definitely has a thing about women. She soon finds herself back in the asylum. Sister Jude visits Mr. Goodman with Arden's fingerprints and finds him on the bathroom floor bleeding to death. He has barely enough life left in him to identify his attacker. Sister Jude learns something about the incident that shaped her life. Kit escapes and returns to the asylum to rescue Grace who is finally set free.

Season 2, Episode 8: Unholy Night

5 December 2012
It's Christmas-time at Briarcliff Manor and with Sister Mary Eunice in charge, it's going to be a special holiday with a specially decorated tree. She entices Leigh Emerson, who killed 18 people from 5 families at Christmas two years ago, out of his solitary cell to attend. He had caused quite a commotion at Briarcliff the previous Christmas and she intends that he do the same this year. Lana realizes that Kit is also in the asylum and concludes that her own case has never been reported to the police. She tells Kit about Dr. Thredson. Sister Jude desperately wants to get back into the asylum and gets help from a totally unexpected source. Things don't quite go as planned. Dr. Alden has a close encounter while trying to dispose of Maggie's body.

Season 2, Episode 9: The Coat Hanger

12 December 2012
Lana learns that she is pregnant and desperately wants to rid herself of the child. Sister Mary Eunice has other plans. Lana also tries to convince Kit that they must kill Thredson, who they've locked away. Monsignor Howard visits Sister Jude who is now an asylum inmate after her attack on Lee Emerson. Everything seems to line up against her but the Monsignor wonders if he is somehow at fault for her breakdown. Emerson has apparently had a religious conversion but he has a surprise for the Monsignor. Dr. Arden tries to make sense of his close encounter and finds some evidence to prove it really happened. He convinces Kit to the next step in his investigation but something quite unexpected happens. In the present day, a new Bloody Face appears.

Season 2, Episode 10: The Name Game

2 January 2013
Monsignor Howard is recovering from his wounds but Sister Mary Eunice continues to torment him. He decides there is only one way out for all of them. Sister Mary Eunice also has plans for Sister Jude, now known as Judy Martin - an extra powerful dose of electro-shock treatment which severely affects her memory in a particularly bizarre way. Dr. Thredson is hired as a staff doctor but Lana manages to stay one step ahead of him. Dr. Arden and Sister Mary Eunice share a destiny.

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.

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

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

Britne Oldford ... Alma Walker

Barbara Tarbuck ... Mother Superior Claudia

Jill Marie Jones ... Pandora

Naomi Grossman ... Pepper

Kasey Mahaffy ... Father James

Matthew John Armstrong ... Detective Byers

Joel McKinnon Miller ... Detective Connors

Jennifer Holloway ... Barb

Vanessa Mizzone ... Lois

Mary-Pat Green ... Nun #1

Gwynyth Walsh ... Abortionist Dr. Stevens

Tacey Adams ... Sister Colette

Mark Engelhardt ... Carl

Meg Wolf ... Neo-Natal Nurse

Tom Virtue ... Reporter #1

Dean Cameron ... Reporter #2
James Calvert ... Reporter #3

Frances Conroy ... Angel of Death (archive footage) (uncredited)

Mark Casimir Dyniewicz ... Asylum Patient (uncredited)

Cathy Fielding ... Asylum Nun (uncredited)

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

William Mapother ... Driver (archive footage) (uncredited)

Dylan McDermott ... Johnny Morgan (uncredited)

Nick Schroeder ... Photographer (uncredited)

Heather Wynters ... Daphne (uncredited)

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)

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
A young girl, Zoe, is shattered to discover she possesses a strange genetic affliction tracing back to the dark days of Salem. Zoe is whisked away to Miss Robichaux's Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies, a mysterious school in New Orleans devoted to safeguarding the few remaining descendants who share this unique bloodline. Harboring a secret agenda, Fiona Goode, the most powerful witch of their generation, returns to town, reigniting old rivalries with the Coven's deadly enemies, the Voodoo.

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 ... Archie

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)
Errol A. Eastwold ... Suitor #1 (uncredited)
Daniel Fontenette ... Slave in Attic (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)

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 helps Zoe and Madison deal with a horrible tragedy. Delphine LaLaurie struggles to adjust to modern life.

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.

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

Jessica Lange ... Fiona Goode

Angela Bassett ... Marie Laveau

Gabourey Sidibe ... Queenie

Patti LuPone ... Joan Ramsey

Jamie Brewer ... Nan

Christine Ebersole ... Anna-Lee Leighton

Alexander Dreymon ... Luke Ramsey

Riley Voelkel ... Young Fiona

Mare Winningham ... Alicia Spencer

Ameer Baraka ... Minotaur

James DuMont ... Dr. Morrison

Jim Gleason ... Dr. Friedman

Dana Gourrier ... Chantal

Patton Brantley ... Handsome Man at Bar (uncredited)
Ryan Hebert ... Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Jim Henry ... Driver Near Miss (uncredited)
Quintin McKemie II ... Background Driver (uncredited)

Barack Obama ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

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
Besieged by Marie Laveau's army, Zoe unleashes a new power. Fiona and Myrtle clash over control of the Coven. Madame LaLaurie is confronted by old ghosts.

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
Devin Maurice Evans ... Vampire (uncredited)
Lyle R. Guidroz ... Waltz Dancer (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
Zoe, Queenie, and Nan make contact with a dark spirit trapped in the Academy. Cordelia's new power brings on a heartbreaking revelation.

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

Joseph Fischer ... Officer (uncredited)

Sadarias Harrell ... Funeral Goer (uncredited)

Jim Henry ... Hospital Security Guard (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
A new Supreme rises.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Episode #4.1

October 2014


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