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. Written by
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It is revealed that Moira was shot and killed by Constance while in bed (though against her will) with Constance's husband several years previous. Moira appears to everyone as close to Constance's age, with the exception of Ben and a couple of other men. She makes a comment to Ben, "You are finally seeing things as they truly are", as she then appears to Ben as the older Moira. Everyone who has died in the house appears as the age they were when they perished...(ex: Tate is still a teenager) So how can Ben then see her as the older Moira ("as they TRULY are") when she died as a younger woman? Would this flaw not make Ben and the cop etc, be the ones "seeing things as they truly are"?? And yes, I understand she can make herself appear as she wants to be seen...But even in the scene where Ben is digging the hole to bury Hayden, Moira is watching from the window (hoping they find her remains), she is alone, no one watching, yet she still appears as the older Moira...Another case in point for validation, is the Halloween episode, the only time the dead can leave the property, Moira visits her mother in the hospital...she is the older Moira. Even when all the dead must return to Murder House after Halloween, Tate, Chad, Patrick, the nurse and college girl, those twin boys.. etc..they all were the same age as they were when they were murdered...with the exception of Moira...she returns as the older Moira. See more
I feel like I'm doomed for all of eternity to be trapped in an unhappy, adulterous relationship, working on this goddamn house. Which will never be just the way I want it.
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