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?
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.
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."
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.