Warning: Do not read on if you haven't seen the season premiere of AHS: Asylum. There are spoilers ahead about the second episode. Read on at your own risk!
We know you probably kept your eyes closed for at least some of the season premiere of American Horror Story: Asylum, but you'll want to open them back up for this.
We've seen the second episode, and we can't help but share some spoilers that'll tide you over until the next week. Quick review of the second helping: It's even better than the season premiere. Prepare for some spooky scoop!
Bloody Face Cometh: The second episode picks up right where the first one left off, with Theresa (Jenna Dewan-Tatum) running from Bloody Face. And by the end of the episode, we'll know the final fate of at least one of the Lovers.
Quinto Also Cometh: The doc is in! Zachary Quinto makes his debut as Dr. Oliver Thredson, and he'll be a breath of fresh air for viewers. Meaning, he's the only sane one in Briarcliff when he comes to interview Kit (Evan Peters) to see if he's fit to stand trial. He believes in modern techniques and that sometimes people really are just sick in the head. Of course he butts heads with Sister Jude (Jessica Lange) and Dr. Arden (James Cromwell). But then a new patient of the asylum teaches him that not all things can be explained with modern psychiatric teachings. Fans of The Exorcist will love this episode.
More Lust, More Problems: Sister Jude isn't the only one with an insane crush. Someone else at the hospital is obsessed with a member of the Briarcliff staff. And it's even unhealthier than Sister Jude's lust for Monsignor Howard (Joseph Fiennes). And we could have read this wrong, but there might be something developing between Grace (Lizzie Brochere) and Lana (Sarah Paulson). After you see the episode, tell us what you think.
There Are Killers Among Us: Two characters on the show will be revealed as having committed murder, and at least one of them is not a patient at Briarcliff.
Did the season premiere meet your expectations? Will you be tuning in next week? We'll meet you downstairs for an AHS comments party!