Happy Hump Day! Or as we now called this time of the week: Coven Day! Mostly because we're sick of the phrase Hump Day.
American Horror Story: Coven continues its "damn, this show is so boss" streak with tonight's episode, titled "The Axeman Cometh." We've seen the episode and so much goodness goes down and gets set up, we can't possibly keep scoopy tidbits to ourselves, now can we? We're not strong enough. So read on for seven things you have to know about episode six of Coven:
1. Don't Wake the Dead: Nothing ever good comes out of using Ouija boards. Either you get in a fight with your friends over who is really moving the planchette or you bring back a spirit. In Coven's case, it's the latter. A legendary New Orleans serial killer, called The Axeman (played to creepy perfection by Danny Huston), is brought back from the dead, and he has not remedied a personality change. He's still evil. And based on the cliffhanger ending, he's going to be involved with our witches for a little while longer.
2. FrankenKyle Is Here: Have you been missing Evan Peters? Don't worry, he's back in tonight's episode to get some motherly love from Misty Day (Lily Rabe).
3. New Duo: A very surprising allegiance reveals itself tonight, and it has to do with Cordelia (Sarah Paulson). And the backstory about how this team came together will definitely impact the storyline for the next couple of episodes, if not for the rest of the season.
4. Who Attacked Cordelia? At least two people will be eliminated as suspects in the Cordelia acid-throwing incident.
5. A Triumphant Return: Guess who is back? Just guess, because we're not telling. This person is back with a vengeance and the first line out of their mouth is quite the zinger.
6. Worst. Husband. Ever: Turns out, Hank (Josh Hamilton) murdering Kaylee (Alexandra Breckenridge) after banging her in the hotel room was not a random killing.
7. Marie Laveau, Keepin' It Fierce Since 1794: No big scoop here, but just know that Angela Bassett continues to fill her fierceness quota and even cranks the dial up to 11. She calls Delphine (Kathy Bates) a "fat cracker" so…yeah. Awesome.