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Ryan Murphy Gives A Look Into American Horror Story: Coven's Dark And Twisty Future

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11/21/2013 4:10 pm
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Ryan Murphy Gives A Look Into American Horror Story: Coven's Dark And Twisty Future
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Lily Hiott-Millis

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Warning! This post contains spoilers; read at your own risk. Just can't wait to find out what happens in the next episode of American Horror Story: Coven? Ryan Murphy talked to Entertainment Weekly about his inspiration for the scenes and characters, as well as spoilers for the rest of the season. On last night's episode, Delphine was introduced to a new form of endless punishment for her sins when Queenie turns her over to Marie Laveau. "I love how Queenie finally does the right thing and Madame LaLaurie finally gets the justice she deserves," said Murphy. "Well I just think now that Marie Laveau has her back she is going to make her life a living hell and she’s going to get her revenge. I think if LaLaurie thought living underground for all eternity was hell, she hasn’t seen nothing yet! It’s sort of an interesting synthesis of the rock up the hill idea because she can’t die." Wow -- a fate worse than being buried alive. Can't wait to see what happens next! But we'll be able to see what happened in the past, too. They're working on flashbacks to tell us more about Delphine. "We’re working on a great one right now that shows you how Madame LaLaurie became Madame LaLaurie. So we’re researching what actually happened to her. How did she go from being this creature to Jeffrey Dahmer? What happened?" I'm not sure I want to see what happened! As for Queenie, she'll be experiencing her own difficulties in the upcoming episodes. As she's now a member of the voodoo witches, Murphy says, "Yes she’s trying to acclimate with that culture. She finds it both liberating but the truth of the matter is she does miss her friends over at the Robichaux house. She’s a lady torn." As for Spalding's fate? He's apparently not gone for long. "Well the interesting thing about that is he does come back of course," said Murphy. "I think Spalding as a ghostly entity is almost more interesting than real life Spalding because he has many many many secrets. He knows where literally all the bodies are buried. The question is, who is he going to come back to protect?" We have a lot more to be excited about next episode, though. Cordelia has a lot of work to do. "Well something happens in the next episode that is very eye-opening and illuminating for Cordelia which is this idea that no matter how much she hates her mother and no matter how horrible she is Fiona really is the strongest witch of them all," said Murphy. "Do you get rid of your strongest player at a time when the witch hunters are trying to kill you? Also, Fiona is so smart she’s going to know if her daughter is trying to off her." So they're going to attempt something intense in the next episode. "It’s a tradition that dates back to the Salem days. Sometimes to protect other witches, a witch is allowed to create a sacred act, which is taking her own life. It is about that idea and the question is you know Fiona’s not going to go there on her own accord so the other witches try and get to her a place of trying to do that." Murphy even gave us some information about later episodes. Apparently Hank is going to wreak quite a lot of havoc soon. "Well he’s planning a big big big doomsday event, which we deal with in our winter cliffhanger, which is two episodes from now. It’s not pretty. It’s a great episode called 'Head.' Everything is about things that happen in the head." Oh boy, we'd better get prepared!


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