2022 American Horror Story season 11 – American Horror Story: NYC Episode 9 & 10 Breakdown | Season Finale

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  • Mô tả: Ryan and Greg are back for the season finale of American Horror Story: NYC. In the emotional “Requiem 1981/1987: Part 1 & 2,” AHS emphasizes the very real horrors that so many people had to deal with in the 1980s as they suffered and died alone during the HIV/AIDS epidemic. With nods to ‘A Christmas Carol’ and ‘Angels in America,’ we see the heartwrenching conclusions to our characters’ journeys. We also get answers to Big Daddy’s identity, and why no one can outrun him.

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Ryan and Greg are back for the season finale of American Horror Story: NYC. In the emotional “Requiem 1981/1987: Part 1 & 2,” AHS emphasizes the very real horrors that so many people had to deal with in the 1980s as they suffered and died alone during the HIV/AIDS epidemic. With nods to ‘A Christmas Carol’ and ‘Angels in America,’ we see the heartwrenching conclusions to our characters’ journeys. We also get answers to Big Daddy’s identity, and why no one can outrun him.

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34 thoughts on “2022 American Horror Story season 11 – American Horror Story: NYC Episode 9 & 10 Breakdown | Season Finale”

  1. Did they wanted horror back in AHS? there you go, the saddest TRUE horror finale with this season. really heartbreaking but make it artsy

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  2. I certainly did not like this season of AHS, the subject matter should be a documentary. AHS should feature ghosts, serial killers, etc.

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  3. I’m confused. They saw big daddy. They talked about him being a person. He threw a Molotov cocktail in the bar. How was he not real at least at some point?

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  4. My issue with the gay white men situation is also a class thing. It’s white upper-middle class gay men. There’s no Latino men and the only black men were Adam’s artsy friend.

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  5. Having loss of friends to this terrible virus, I was moved to tears at the finale, and in a way drove me to dig up some old photos to remember they were here and always remembered and loved. So sad but well done.

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  6. After CULT we got APOCALYPSE. Super campy, super absurd (the stew is STEW!!!!),and all around fun time with GREAT callbacks. I hope that after this (NYC) the Murphy team does another fun, LIGHTER, but still scary season.
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    No more sci fi please, and thank you.

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  7. Great point about the lack of diversity when it was gay POC that died in the largest numbers. Pose really showed that whereas AHS:NYC kept its focus on gay white men.

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  8. Do Yellow Jackets breakdowns next! Season 2 should be coming out soon great time to cover season 1 for those who want a recap

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  9. You know, I get why this story was told. But I don't get why they feel to make it as a season of AHS. It didn't feel scary, eerie, nothing but sadness. This tbh is my least favorite season just for that reason. I am a AHS enthusiast, lover , and a loyal viewer… But as this world gets more n more PC…. It's gonna feel weird as in life itself and esp shows. Ijs – personally

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  10. I love Patti Lupone & her version of the song is good. The song “ Calling You” was recorded in 1987 by Jevetta Steele for a movie called Bagdad Cafe. Jevetta Steele version is hypnotic. The movie was released in 1988.

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  11. I have a love/hate relationship with this season. The only thing I'll say is this: Initially, I was disappointed in the finale as there didn't seem to be any resolution. Then, it occurred to me: there IS NO resolution.

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  12. Thank you guys for sharing your thoughts. I don’t have any friends that watch ahs so I can’t discuss or listen to anyone’s opinions or findings about the show. I feel like I’m getting to do that when watching your videos. Makes me happy. Thanks a billion!!!

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  13. Thank you Ryan and Greg! Love your coverage of AHS. Really hope you all are able to cover more things in the very near future. Keep up the amazing work!

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  14. Talk about Black erasure. The song “Calling You” was originally performed by Jevetta Steele in 1987. Patti Lupone recorded it in 1993. Give Jevetta Steele her credit.

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  15. this season was a hauntingly beautiful literal masterpiece, the tragedy, the horror was all too real and this season truly moved me in so many ways. i couldn't even fathom what those who lived through this were thinking and experiencing in the early days of the virus. how scary not knowing where all your friends were ending up, were they out there still? did somebody hurt them? ive never cried so much watching a show

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  16. I kind of looked at Big Daddy as Patient X who was a guy airline steward who traveled the world and believed to have somewhat spread it in different countries. Sam unmasking him made him realize where he contracted it and spread it amongst his group. Anyone else see this?

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  17. Is it just me or could Russell Tovey's character being named Patrick be a tribute to the show Looking? Where his love interest was (Jonathan Groff) also named Patrick. I mean they could have picked any name right?

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