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I Am Anne Frank: Part 2 

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

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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. Written by garykmcd

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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14 November 2012 (USA)  »

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Joseph Fiennes is credited but doesn't appear and Chloe Sevigny is credited as Special Guest Star. See more »

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When Jim Brown is in the bedroom holding the baby, the camera pulls back and the upper corner of the set is exposed as well as the stage lighting that lights the bedroom window from "outside". See more »

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Dr. Oliver Thredson: You've had an incredibly stressful day. I'm going to prescribe a little something to take the edge off.
Lana Winters: I don't want any medicine.
Dr. Oliver Thredson: A big delicious glass of wine.
Lana Winters: Well, that doesn't sound half bad.
Dr. Oliver Thredson: White or red?
Lana Winters: Red.
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It Could Be a Wonderful World
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Performed by Leon Bibb, Ronnie Gilbert & Robert De Cormier
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I've been watching 'American Horror Story' since it premiered last year, and while I definitely enjoy it enough to keep watching, a lot of the episodes are mixed bags for me. But an episode like this is what makes it all worth it. I won't spoil anything, or even go into plot details, but I'll simply state that I think this is one of the most stunning episodes of television I have EVER seen. Easily the best of the series, and what I've long suspected it capable of delivering. I'll keep watching regardless (there really isn't anything else like this on television, not of this quality, anyway), but I can only hope that we get more episodes like this, chock full of wonderful sequences and not a scene wasted.


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