In Quinto's latest artistic endeavor, however, he is stripped bare. The star appears on the stage of the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) in Cambridge, Mass. as the raw and emotional Tom in Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie.
Now that the dust has settled and we've had a few days to process the final episode of American Horror Story: Asylum, we can finally step back, shake off that vague dirty feeling, and ask ourselves: What exactly just happened here?
A Pennsylvania woman sued the seller of the home she purchased several years ago, for not disclosing its gruesome past. The home, which Janet Milliken purchased in 2007, was the location of a brutal murder-suicide in February of 2006.
Compared to last season's finale, this year's seemed relatively low-key and subtle ... However, and although it wasn't nearly are great as the first season's, this finale was surprisingly heartfelt and satisfying.
There aren't enough words to convey what Jessica Lange brought to this season of "Asylum"; she didn't just bring Sister Jude to life, she gave the entire season a center of gravity and undeniable life force.
Going into the episode, I had already known it was going to be split up between the different storylines and I was completely for that. But the way it was written threw off the pacing of the episode and it just ended up a pretty big let down.
"Spilt Milk" isn't a perfect hour by any means. However, the showdown between Lana and Thresdon was remarkably shot and definitely cringe-worthy, and the whole noir feel gave the episode an artistic boost.
"The Name Game" might just be the best episode of the season, and that could be due to the awesome musical number by Jessica Lange or the two amazing death scenes.
It could just be that I've been spending most of my recent days studying or panicking over finals and eating my feelings, but I was just completely bored by this episode of "American Horror Story: Asylum."
Looking at my Top 10 list, I realized it's as bipolar as "Homeland's" Carrie Mathison: On one side are five dramas that explore compromised morality and existential despair, and on the other, say hello to comedy!
Ho, ho, ho, oh boy. Ian McShane sure is one creepy Santa, right? Briarcliff celebrated the holidays the only way it could: with murders!
In a show like "AHS," you expect death to be around every corner. But when there's actually a conversation with Death, that's where it gets deeper. Frances Conroy guest starred as the Angel of Death, being called upon or summoned by multiple characters.
Coming off the wondrous "I Am Anne Frank, Part II," "Monstrosity" managed to keep the quality bar high, becoming what might be my favorite episode of the season (or maybe even the series).
Usually after an episode of "American Horror Story," I would immediately start writing my recap. But after the second half of two-parter "I Am Anne Frank," I just needed to compose myself.
The great thing about the first part of "American Horror Story: Asylum's" duel episodes titled "I Am Anne Frank" is that it wasn't an episode filled with in-your-face craziness, but rather it unraveled mysteries and dug deeper into some of the characters' pasts.
We're about a quarter of the way through the season, and it's becoming more evident that although the execution is better than Season 1, Season 2 is way too overstuffed.