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Piggy Piggy 

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.

Director:

Michael Uppendahl

Writers:

Ryan Murphy (created by), Brad Falchuk (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dylan McDermott ... Dr. Ben Harmon
Connie Britton ... Vivien Harmon
Evan Peters ... Tate Langdon
Taissa Farmiga ... Violet Harmon
Denis O'Hare ... Larry Harvey (credit only)
Jessica Lange ... Constance Langdon
Eric Stonestreet ... Derrick
Frances Conroy ... Moira O'Hara
Matt Ross ... Dr. Charles Montgomery
Sarah Paulson ... Billie Dean Howard
Brando Eaton ... Kyle Greenwell
Ashley Rickards ... Chloe Stapleton
Alessandra Torresani ... Stephanie Boggs
Jordan David ... Kevin Gedman
Tom Gallop ... Mr. Carmichael
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Storyline

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. Written by garykmcd

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Genres:

Drama | Horror | Thriller

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TV-MA | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 November 2011 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

Brando Eaton and Ashley Rickards also starred together in MTV's Awkward. (2011). See more »

Goofs

During therapy Derrick says, "I binge eat, I smoke like a fish. Lately it's gotten a lot worse." - either he flubbed the line or there was a decision not to steer the problem towards alcoholism by using the correct term "drinking like a fish". See more »

Quotes

[Violet falls asleep after overdosing on sleeping pills. The scene cuts to Tate dragging her down the hall]
Tate Langdon: [crying] Don't you die on me, Violet! No, don't you die!
[He drags her into the bathroom]
Tate Langdon: Don't you die on me!
[He turns the shower on]
Tate Langdon: Violet!
[He sticks his fingers down Violet's throat. She wakes up, throwing up the sleeping pills. When she sees Tate, she begins to cry]
Tate Langdon: [whispering] It's okay...
[He kisses her neck as they both continue to cry]
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Connections

References Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) See more »

Soundtracks

I, The Sun
by Lights On
[Playing on Violet's iPod when Tate has written 'I Love You' on her chalkboard]
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The Shooter at the Westfield High
14 April 2017 | by claudio_carvalhoSee all my reviews

Violet research the Internet and finds that 1984, a shooter killed several students at the Westfield High and then was killed by the SWAT at home. When she sees the photography, she realizes that the shooter was Tate. Then she meets her father and tells that darkness is killing her up. She meets Constance that introduces the medium Billy Dean to help her. Then she meets Leah and gets sleeping pills Ben has a new patient, Derrick, who is scared of urban legends, particularly the Piggy Man. Later he dies at home killed by a thief. Meanwhile Vivien eats weird delicatessens delivered by Constance to Moira.

"Piggy Piggy" is a weird episode of "American Horror Story". What Tate did is finally disclosed. The food prepared by Moira for Vivien is suspicious. What might her be generating? Why the house attracts and traps so many ghosts is the question to be answered. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Piggy Piggy"


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