“….You become part of those girls and those women. I got to know Emma
[Roberts], I got to know Gabby [Sidibe], I got know Taissa [Farmiga], I
got to know Lily. And I got to know…I mean, I think I got to know
Jessica [Lange] a little bit. Um, but I really got to know Fiona [the
character played by Lange] because Jessica’s Fiona is so real that you
can’t help but forget she’s Jessica Lange. You absolutely accept her as
And Fiona is scary.
scary, right? Oh my God. And she’s beautiful. She moves like a cat. And
she’s always in beautiful black, not the cheap black–it’s Chanel, all
the good stuff. She’s totally stylish. And, uh, let’s not forget, she’s
But wait. Let’s be real. Stevie Nicks would totally take down Fiona.
Nicks would not even get in Fiona Goode’s way. Because as Fiona so
lovely said to the girls, “You have one thing in the whole world to be
afraid of, and that’s me.” Fiona has all powers. The reason she is
Supreme is because she has all the powers. She can flip the bus. She
brought that baby back to life. She can set fire to anything she wants
to. That’s pretty badass.
And then she has an illness. And just the whole love affair with the Axeman–there’s so many subplots going on.
And you know them so well!
It’s so much fun.”