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Get a glimpse of next weeks American Horror Story: Coven with these new pics

Nov. 15, 2013by: Kevin Woods
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Yesterday we brought you not only our review of this weeks episode of "American Horror Story: Coven" but also a look at next weeks installment via a promo, and today we have another look at the upcoming installment, titled 'The Dead', with some stills below.

I've yet to check out the latest episode (maybe I can play catch-up this weekend) but I've really been digging this season of "American Horror Story". I still maintain that it is the best show on TV right now, but that's just this guys opinion (although I see that a lot of our readers agree). Can't wait to see what other dark places Jessica Lange and company plan on taking us this season.

"American Horror Story: Coven" episode 3x07 - 'The Dead'

Fiona (Jessica Lange) finds new purpose in a dangerous love affair.

A night out with LaLaurie (Kathy Bates) leads Queenie (Gabourey Sidibe) to question her place in the Coven.

Cordelia (Sarah Paulson) makes a fateful decision about her mother.

Written by Brad Falchuk; directed by Bradley Buecker.

"American Horror Story: Coven" airs Wednesday nights at 10/9c on FX.

Extra Tidbit: What has been your favorite moment from "American Horror Story: Coven" so far this season?

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12:12PM on 11/15/2013
My favorite parts are so varied.
I love the Flashbacks to the 1830's, just for how grisly and grim it is, and how deliciously evil Kathy Bates can be, and how hysterical (and poignant?!) she is in 2013.
The zombie attack was glorious. Everything with Misty and Myrtle is to die for. Jessica Lange doing coke, dancing, and crying to "In The Garden of Eden" was everything.
Realistically, the most affecting scene so far would have to be a tie--
1) the intense finale of "The Replacements"
My favorite parts are so varied.
I love the Flashbacks to the 1830's, just for how grisly and grim it is, and how deliciously evil Kathy Bates can be, and how hysterical (and poignant?!) she is in 2013.
The zombie attack was glorious. Everything with Misty and Myrtle is to die for. Jessica Lange doing coke, dancing, and crying to "In The Garden of Eden" was everything.
Realistically, the most affecting scene so far would have to be a tie--
1) the intense finale of "The Replacements" between Fiona and Madison.
2) the heartrending scene in the hospital where Fiona revives the woman's stillborn baby.
The fact that the show can elicit such raw emotions with such depth, in the midst of bizarre, unsettling, and disturbing set pieces is one of the many reasons I love it.
Oh, and Lange. All the Lange, all the time.
realistically, I beli
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