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Bullseye ()


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Elsa prepares for her television show by bringing out a new act. Meanwhile, Paul pursues romance and the twins settle in to their new home.

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Bette Tattler / Dot Tattler
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Jimmy Darling
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Dell Toledo (creditOnly)
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Gloria Mott
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Stanley
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Maggie Esmerelda
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Dandy Mott
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Desiree Dupree (creditOnly)
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Ethel Darling
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Elsa Mars
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Penny
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Vince
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Pepper
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Ma Petite
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Amazon Eve
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Paul the Illustrated Seal
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Salty
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Legless Suzi
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Store Manager
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dylan Langlois ...
Carnie (uncredited)
GoGo McGregor ...
Sword Mistress (uncredited)
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Bass Player (uncredited)
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Carnie (uncredited)
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Old Dude Carny (uncredited)
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Toulouse (uncredited)
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Elsa's Carnie (uncredited)

Directed by

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Howard Deutch

Written by

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Ryan Murphy ... (creator) (creator) &
Brad Falchuk ... (creator) (creator)
 
John J. Gray ... (written by)
 
Crystal Liu ... (staff writer)

Produced by

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Bradley Buecker ... executive producer
Dante Di Loreto ... executive producer
Brad Falchuk ... executive producer
Alexis Martin Woodall ... producer
Tim Minear ... executive producer
Ryan Murphy ... executive producer
Todd Nenninger ... associate producer
Jennifer Salt ... executive producer
Jessica Sharzer ... co-executive producer
Robert M. Williams Jr. ... producer
James E. Williams ... co-producer (as James Williams)
James Wong ... executive producer

Music by

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Mac Quayle

Cinematography by

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Michael Goi ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Fabienne Bouville

Editorial Department

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Adam Neely ... assistant editor
Jeffery L. Parks ... on-line and titles
Ken Ramos ... post-production coordinator
Andrew M. Young ... editor: main title (uncredited)

Casting By

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Eric Dawson
Carol Kritzer
Meagan Lewis ... casting director: New Orleans
Robert J. Ulrich

Production Design by

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Mark Worthington

Art Direction by

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James F. Truesdale ... (as James Truesdale)

Set Decoration by

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Cynthia Anne Slagter ... (as Cindy Slagter)

Costume Design by

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Lou Eyrich
Candice Brittain ... (uncredited)

Makeup Department

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Kim Ayers ... assistant makeup department head
Michelle Ceglia ... assistant hair department head
Monte Haught ... department head hair (as Monte C. Haught)
Eryn Krueger Mekash ... department head makeup
James MacKinnon ... special makeup effects artist
Mike Mekash ... assistant makeup department head
Alyssa Bailey-Broom ... assistant shop co-ordinator/lab technician: afx studio (uncredited)
Jillian Erickson ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Luis García ... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
Sherri B. Hamilton ... hair stylist (uncredited)
Kerrin Jackson ... hair technician afx studio (uncredited)
Kevin Kirkpatrick ... prosthetic makeup artist (uncredited)
Donita Miller ... hair stylist (uncredited)
Christopher Allen Nelson ... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
Lucy O'Reilly ... third makeup artist (uncredited)
Justin Raleigh ... special make-up effects designer: Fractured FX (uncredited)
Amy Wood ... hair stylist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Robert M. Williams Jr. ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Tudor Jones ... first assistant director
Shea Rowan ... second assistant director
Justin Ball ... second unit director (uncredited)
Shannon Parker ... additional second assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Beau Harrison ... property master
Jerry G. Henery ... construction coordinator (as Jerry Henery)
Luci Leary ... property master
Brian A. Waits ... set designer (as Brian Waits)
Peter Beck ... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Jane Fitts ... graphic designer (uncredited)
Michelle C. Harmon ... assistant art director (uncredited)
Skye Jenkins ... signwriter (uncredited)
Steven Kerlagon ... scenic charge (uncredited)
Andree Lago ... scenic foreman (uncredited)
Kami Laprade ... set decoration buyer (uncredited)
Sam Lothridge ... on-set dresser (uncredited)
Nathan O. Marsh ... graphic designer (uncredited)
Nisrine Omri ... set decoration buyer (uncredited)
James Pollack ... set dresser (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Doug Andham ... re-recording mixer
Joe Earle ... re-recording mixer
Steven Huerstel ... boom operator
Bruce Litecky ... production sound mixer
Mark McBryde ... additional foley
Gary Megregian ... supervising sound editor
Jack Bigelow ... sound utility (uncredited)
Scott Cannizzaro ... adr mixer (uncredited)
Jason Krane ... dialogue editor (uncredited)
Mark LeBlanc ... sound mixer: second unit (uncredited)
Sergio Silva ... producer: sound post (uncredited)
Steven Stuhr ... dialogue editor (uncredited)

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Matthew James Kutcher ... special effects technician
Eric Roberts ... special effects coordinator
Bob Mano ... puppeteer (uncredited)
Nick Marra ... sculptor (uncredited)
Wayne Rowe ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Amber Skowronski ... special effects technician: Fractured FX (uncredited)
Kyle A. Wasserman ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Tom Wiseman ... special effects foreman (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Mercedes Paulino ... digital compositor
Arthur Argote ... digital compositor (uncredited)
Justin Ball ... visual effects supervisor (uncredited)
Christian Gonzales ... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Ryan Huestis ... visual effects coordinator: FuseFX (uncredited)
Brooke Noska ... visual effects editor: FuseFX (uncredited)
Jason Piccioni ... visual effects supervisor (uncredited)
Matt Resta ... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Dustin Scholl ... digital compositor (uncredited)
Jason C. Spratt ... visual effects producer (uncredited)
Brian Tatosky ... digital compositor: FuseFX (uncredited)
Josh Wyzykowski ... modeler/texture artist (uncredited)

Stunts

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Jim Henry ... stunt coordinator
Jay Caputo ... stunts (uncredited)
Mike Dawson ... knife-throwing technical advisor (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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James Chressanthis ... camera operator
Nicholas Davidoff ... camera operator
John Magallon ... gaffer
Gregg Marion ... best boy electric: 2nd unit
James Selph ... key grip
Tim Bird ... lighting technician (uncredited)
Charles Cooper ... best boy rigging grip (uncredited)
Jimi Covert ... best boy electric (uncredited)
Nicholas Davidoff ... steadicam operator (uncredited)
Bryan DeLorenzo ... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Sean P. Fickert ... key rigging grip (uncredited)
Houman Forough ... additional camera operator (uncredited)
Christian Hardy ... technocrane technician (uncredited)
Blake Harmon ... lighting technician (uncredited)
Ian Henderson ... second assistant camera (uncredited)
Darcy Lynne Jamison ... dimmer board operator (uncredited)
Ronnie LeBlanc ... electrician (uncredited)
Ronald 'Ronnie' Martin ... lighting technician (uncredited)
Trenton McRae ... second unit gaffer (uncredited)
Nancy Piraquive ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Bily Salazar ... film loader (uncredited)
Michele K. Short ... still photographer (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Jason Landry ... extras casting assistant
Becky Silverman ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Patricia Gorman ... key costumer
Elizabeth Macey ... costume supervisor
Ashley Heathcock ... fitting costumer (uncredited)
Misti Moreaux ... truck costumer (uncredited)
John H. Smith ... key ager/dyer: Textile artist (uncredited)
Robert Sparkman ... key costumer (uncredited)
Ken van Duyne ... assistant costume designer (uncredited)

Location Management

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Joe M. Hagg ... location assistant
John A. Johnston ... location manager (as John Johnston)
William O'Brien ... assistant location manager
Ron Uribe ... location scout (uncredited)

Music Department

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Adam Anders ... selected songs produced by
Peer Astrom ... selected songs produced by
P.J. Bloom ... music supervisor (as PJ Bloom)
Blaine Cline ... music production supervisor
Charlie Clouser ... composer: theme music / theme song written by
Cesar Davila-Irizarry ... composer: theme music (as César Dávila-Irizarry) / theme song written by (as César Dávila-Irizarry)
David Klotz ... music editor
Jenny Ellis ... music coordinator (uncredited)
Andrew Oye ... music licensing (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Randy Kinyon ... transportation coordinator
Dave Woodcock ... driver
Richard Brown ... picture car coordinator (uncredited)

Other crew

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Kris Butler ... Head Medic FX Comercial
J.P. Cohn ... second assistant accounting
Scott Cohn ... production accountant
Megan Doyle ... assistant to producers
Samuel Foster ... set production assistant
John J. Gray ... story editor
Joshua Green ... assistant to producers (as Josh Green)
Devon Jacobs-Quinn ... assistant to producers (as Devon Quinn)
Todd Kubrak ... script coordinator
Christine Lalande ... script supervisor
Kathy Chambless Oliver ... production coordinator (as Kathy Oliver)
Annie Poirier ... assistant production coordinator (as Anny Poirier)
Matt Solik ... assistant to producers
Sara Stelwagen ... assistant to producers
Jennifer Wright ... producers' coordinator
Richard E. Carter II ... production assistant (uncredited)
Kyle Cooper ... title sequence director/designer (uncredited)
Jonathan Ford ... set medic (uncredited)
Matthew Ford ... medic (uncredited)
Ashley Foster ... additional set production assistant (uncredited)
Gabrielle Glorious ... first assistant accountant (uncredited)
Tiffany Jackson ... stand-in (uncredited)
Karen Milliken ... animal coordinator (uncredited)
Lindsey Smith Ruiz ... second assistant accountant (uncredited)
Alexander Salazar ... production assistant (uncredited)
Tim Sigur ... production secretary (uncredited)
Jay Watt ... set medic (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Everyone is concerned at the sudden disappearance of the twins. Elsa tells them the girls have just left when she in fact dropped them off a Dandy's house. Elsa has begun practicing her old knife throwing act hoping to use it on on Stanley's promised TV show. When she learns that her lover Paul has a girlfriend, Penny, she goes berserk telling all the freaks that one of them must be her target on the wheel as a show of trust. At Dandy's house, the twins are still bickering with Bette enamored of their young host and Dot hating the sight of him. Dandy dangles the possibility of having them surgically separated. Stanley meanwhile is still looking to get his first specimen for the museum and wants Maggie to lure Jimmy into a trap. Maggie prefers another target. Written by garykmcd

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Also Known As
  • Bullseye (United States)
Runtime
  • 48 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Lowest rated episode of the fourth season as of November, 2017. See more »
Goofs Dandy brings the Tattler twins a breakfast including caviar which is, as he says "Beluga, from Siberia". Beluga sturgeons are only found in the Caspian and Black Sea basins, quite afar from Siberia. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Drama Actresses (2015). See more »
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