Originally Posted by adpayne
The one, of many, inconsistancy that has me curious is why some of the murder victims have visible wounds, and others do not. Tate was shot multiple times, but there is no evidence of it with his shirt off.
Yup, that's what I was looking for too. Although at this point it's hard to distinguish real supernatural happenings and the drug induced wishful thinking or nightmares of the characters.
The entire Dr Frankenstein and baby for example is a story being told by the murder tour guy and not necessarily what actually happened.
Tate in the bed could have been just an imagined event, so that gives the show an out.
Although Tate as the rubber man I thought was a bit lame. It services the story but it was too obvious in a show that has developed an ability to be unpredictable. The past few episodes have been hard on the exposition too. It makes me think some creative decision was made to stop being as crazy and explain things directly to the audience to make it more palatable. The show literally has an Exposition Fairy now that Kate Mara has jumped up from underneath the gazebo. She's become a spooky imp that flits from scene to scene explaining exactly what is going on.
And because I only just caught up ...
Eric Stonestreet was terrified of urban legends but picks the one shrink in the area that operates from the infamous Murder House occupied by spooks? The only way I was going to give that plot device a pass was if he had been Candyman
Pigman. The payoff didn't really wipe the silliness of that away.