How do Sarah Paulson and her 8 amazing characters of the AHS universe connect?
Billie Dean Howard spoke of Roanoke in season 1 and everyone thought she was behind the season 6 TV series, but we now know that Lana Winters will be the one with the show to interview the only person left living from Roanoke: Lee. Lee attempted to kill the second to last survivor of Roanoke, Audrey who previously in the season acted the part of Shelby Miller. Shelby’s husband was sleeping with the original supreme Scáthach who generations later connected to Cordelia Foxx as the most current supreme. Cordelia was the head supreme when Queenie went to the Hotel Cortez and was killed where Hypodermic Sally was also killed in 1994. The same hotel where Billie Dean Howard visited in person and was spooked out by Mr. March and the other ghost murders. Lana Winters will confront Lee and if you recall Lana was in the Asylum in season 2 with Pepper who lived at the freakshow in season 4 with Bette and Dot. Bette and Dot witnessed the Murder of Dandy Mott who’s ancestor was Edward Philippe Mott from the Roanoke House who led Shelby and Matt Miller to safety in the shows original story. Then his ghost terrified Audrey Tindall when she went back to Roanoke for season 2 of the Roanoke series where she was ultimately killed by cops after attempting to kill Lee. Had Audrey survived she’d probably be face to face with Lana Winters on her talkshow special, not Lee.
P.s Let’s not forget Lee was a patient off Ben’s, the boring woman whose husband had left her…
how about a season where Sarah Paulson just plays literally every character
oh! or even better - all the vets (Sarah, Lily Rabe, Jessica Lange, Evan Peters, Francis Conroy, Dennis O'Hare, etc) just play all their characters from the last 7 seasons and have some Orphan Black style mega trip
“The idea of being on a show where each season stands alone, and you can come back the next year and show an entirely different aspect of your personality or your talent or your anything is an enormous gift that you rarely get in television.” -Sarah Paulson