Fearing for their lives, Misty and a resurrected Myrtle arrive at the coven. While Fiona's away, the group performs a ritual of protection, led by Cordelia. They all decide that, no matter who is to be the next Supreme, Fiona must die. Myrtle later gives Fiona a choice: death by suicide or be burned at the stake. Feeling more ill, Fiona chooses to take sleeping pills. Before she dies, a ghostly Spalding convinces her that they were both murdered. She vomits out the pills, swearing to avenge them both. After an assassination attempt on the witches, Fiona and Cordelia make peace, but an unmarked package arrives from Marie, containing Delphine's head with its eyes still blinking.
Did You Know?
Fiona (Jessica Lange
) asks that her portrait be hung in her chosen spot and not stored in the basement with "the disgraced Russian witch". This is a reference to Madame Helena Petrona Blavatsky, the Russian-born occultist and founder of Theosophy, which later evolved into the New Age Movement. Blavatsky was charged with fraud and plagiarism by many of her critics. See more
When Luke is being taken into the ambulance after the shooting, Misty Day is facing the door. Then Fiona enters and the camera changes view, when the camera does this Misty is facing the mirror and acts surprised to see Fiona even though she just saw her walk in. See more
Ain't they feeding you?
Madame Delphine LaLaurie
All they ever do is bleed me for her poultice. Come tomorrow, I'm gonna be dry as a bone. Whatever did I do to deserve this betrayal? Didn't you like my pot pie and my peach crumble I learned how to make just for you? You put me in here. You can get me out. Only for a minute, just so I can stretch my legs. This cage is just unfit for a human.
Which is why it's so perfect for you! What I told you about feeding the animals, Queenie?
I'm sorry, reine.
Everybody's Got Somebody But Me
Written and performed by Mildred Anderson See more