Elsa: Has the cat got your tongue? My talent has been known to render men useless
Lupe: I have been called names so many times, that I had to give them a monster. Mordred, I have never heard the words “my lovely” sound so creepy than when Mordrake said that to Elsa.
Clay: You’re not the first boy to come around looking for lessons in love.
You could get the blow job of your life; it was sexual chaos. Does the puppy need to go pee pee.
Lupe: I wasn’t quite ready for that freak show, brothel scene. The clown off is about to begin.
Clay: Twisty had it coming. No dominatrix puts baby in the corner, especially sitting on nails.
Scene Three -
The soldier boy, he had fallen in love with this whore.
Lupe: I think Elsa is hiding something.
Clay: That was an extreme pedicure or are you ready for my close up.
Scene Four -
I love the children, but not the freaks….they’re mean. I know better than anyone else what kids want.
Lupe: The backstory of Twisty was tragic, all of the name calling and abuse. As regards to Dandy, nothing is as good as the real thing, so cut it out.
Clay: Poor dental hygiene will kill you every time.
Patti, You Should Have Ran Girl!!!!
Oh for the love of Christopher….
Lupe: I’m a real lady, and then some. #AndThenSome
Clay: Jimmy saved the show. That’s definitely a strain on the vocal cords for Patti.
The show is moving an evolving rapidly, which is pretty typical for a Ryan Murphy show. But to kill off Twisty, right when I was starting to like clowns again, come on Ryan.
I think Twisty needs to make an encore performance.
Have a peaceful night!
Johnny Bryan Ward