2022 American Horror Story season 11 – AMERICAN HORROR STORY: NYC Season 11 Episode 7 & 8 Ending Explained

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00:00 Intro
01:21 The End Of Mr Whitely
03:27 Big Daddy’s Feature
04:51 Theo’s Fate
05:57 Patrick And Gino
06:30 Overall Review
07:38 Outro

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  • Mô tả: I review, breakdown and explain AHS NYC Season 11 Episode 7 And 8. I discuss the story in American Horror Story New York City, react to moments such as Theo being taken at the end, Adam, Patrick and Gino seeing Big Daddy and Mr Whitely being taken out. I also giving my theories and predictions for episode 9 and 10.

    00:00 Intro
    01:21 The End Of Mr Whitely
    03:27 Big Daddy’s Feature
    04:51 Theo’s Fate
    05:57 Patrick And Gino
    06:30 Overall Review
    07:38 Outro

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I review, breakdown and explain AHS NYC Season 11 Episode 7 And 8. I discuss the story in American Horror Story New York City, react to moments such as Theo being taken at the end, Adam, Patrick and Gino seeing Big Daddy and Mr Whitely being taken out. I also giving my theories and predictions for episode 9 and 10.

00:00 Intro
01:21 The End Of Mr Whitely
03:27 Big Daddy’s Feature
04:51 Theo’s Fate
05:57 Patrick And Gino
06:30 Overall Review
07:38 Outro

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45 thoughts on “2022 American Horror Story season 11 – AMERICAN HORROR STORY: NYC Season 11 Episode 7 & 8 Ending Explained”

  1. I don't think they are sick with HIV/Aids. Obviously, it is meant to parallel that, but it wouldn't fit the show's narrative if that's all it is.

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  2. I agree with a lot of the comments about it being more sad than scary. It really breaks my heart that the gay community went through a horrible ordeal.

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  3. Very offend actually knowing what we know now about Hiv and Aids that Ryan Murphy decided to make this look like Aids is a GAY ONLY DISEASE. When that is Completely untrue Anyone can get HIV However again Ryan makes us Gay look bad in this Season

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  4. This season is definitely the season that has moved me the most emotionally, speaking. This year, Season 11, and Murphy's team may have tried to make us realize that the "H"orror of AHS can sometimes be replaced by the "H" of "H"uman and show us that horror has a Human face… unfortunately. How not to be revolted, disgusted, touched by the sessions in the hospital? by the death of all the charcaters we followed? All those people who die in indifference because of ignorance and fear? How not to be revolted with the lack of interest of the police, of the doctors, of society in general? … This year, the Horror was not extra-terrestrial or supernatural ok, but… "H" horribly " Human! A particular season certainly for the fans, and I am, but honestly? Damn good job! I am from Paris, living there, excuse me for my english and enjoy life! This season was "magnifiquement Horrible". , apart, in my heart and in my mind. Thanks. And don't forget: "C'est la Vie!", yes but with all the Horror it may contain.

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  5. These episodes were ruined for me by the plot holes and just poor writing. Now I love everything Ryan Murphy and was really enjoying the season up until episode 6. Here are the plot holes:
    1) Gino in episode 7 completely ignores Adam after him talking about the threat of a second killer saying it’s over and he needs to stop worrying saying it’s crazy. When in the earlier episodes he acknowledges that there is a very high possibility of their being two killers after Adam said he saw him and the fire was caused by big daddy.
    2) the fact that theo got spiked when Adam was just at the bar paying for drinks and Theo didn’t manage to reach him in time after the drugs kicked in seems like sloppy writing and an obvious mistake. then the next it’s night time and adam is just there at the house completely unbothered where his ill boyfriend is without looking for him.

    I don’t know if I’m being pedantic but it really took me out of the script and made me not really enjoy the last episode. Also hope there is an explanation as to how big daddy took a bullet to the head and survived because it seems to me a bit ridiculous now

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  6. This is a MASSIVE improvement on the last series. It feels a lot more gritty because it's dealing with the initial HIV/AIDS outbreak which was obviously very real and terrifying at the time (I can only imagine). I like how unpredictable it's been and also to have some new actors involved – Ben Tovey has done a fantastic job!

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  7. This season was supposed to be memorable. It turned out to be terrible. Everything was about HIV and the AIDs pandemic. Should have watched a documentary instead.

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  8. This episode made me feel visually shocked. Men's sexy side is everywhere in the story, morality and bottom line. Although I'm a China native, I can't understand many words, but I feel that this episode explores deeply about human nature. After End this season's story my brain hurts now, which may be beyond my comprehension. But I show respect for this episode.

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  9. Henry captures perfectly the pathos of growing old and alone (and gay). There is a lot to unpack in these episodes, and the development of Henry's character added a lot to the already powerful final scene of episode 8.

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  10. This is american boring story. This is just another real life story. Any gay that lived in 1984 lived though this. AIDS was named before 1984 and gay people knew what the disease was for years before. It was just called a different name, GRID. Gay serial killer. Tons of them back then

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  11. I’m starting to feel the sad PTSD I always get whenever HIV and AIDS is looked back upon like this. It’s hard to explain to people that didn’t live through it (and/or survive when so many friends did not). But I do like how it’s being presented here though. And I do hope people give this season a chance. It’s excellent, even if it’s different than what hardcore AHS fans expect.

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  12. I know this is a slightly off topic but….2 questions for everyone.

    1.) In AHS Double Feature, was this season (NYC) hinted at? Because I don't remember.
    2.) Are there easter egg(s) in any of the 8 episodes that would hint at next years theme?

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  13. The episode 8 ending was magnificent and heartbreaking! It was as if at the very end Theo finally got a hold back of himself, out of the lowkey misery he had let into his life due to the ambition and naivety of his youth, which led him into Sam's claws in the first place. Letting him exploit, control and corrupt his soul, disuguised as supporting his talent, and actually loving and providing opportunities for him. Sam is rich, controlling, charismatic and sociopathic.

    Back on Theo, the deer-boys at the end, they brought so much grace and serenity… letting him peacefully dissolve in the light, knowing that he'll be remembered for the purity of his talent and his boyish heart.

    I think it's safe to say that Theo was set free in all ways. Free from the toxic grip of Sam, free from the illusion of fame, parties, drugs & sex, free in the sense that he actually fell in love, free from the physical pain due to the disease. Just free…

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  14. Big Daddy is a metaphysical manifestation of the darkness that is the current social landscape of NYC in that era and the darkness in each of their lives. Did anyone notice that Big Daddy treated Patrick much the same way as Patrick treated the guy he hooked up with in the warehouse?

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  15. Worst season ever! Ryan Murphy stole the entire plot of the film Cruising and the actual torture of a man who answered a payphone was actually done by art dealer Andrew Crespo and also the s&m killing of a man in a leather mask also done by Andrew Crespo in the 1980s and he also stole the plot of Frankenstein and made the grim reaper a hooded s&m muscle man and claims the CIA gave gay men AIDS. This has nothing to do with horror. They need to cancel this series all together it's not working anymore.

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  16. I am enjoying this season, because I am 60 and remember all the hate against gay people and AIDS in the 1980’s. I lost my best friend to AIDS in 1992, very sad time, that needs to be remembered, stop the hate.

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  17. I just loved it cuz they played voyager souvenirs…kinda ironic that song was played prior to this glittery horned deer boys

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  18. This was a super interesting episode(s) [because I’m sure everyone is watching them together]. I’ve watched in real time since the beginning of the series and was veeery skeptical of this season based on the theme alone. But I do love AHS and they didn’t disappoint. I clicked on this video solely because the antlers being used in theos death. Honestly, this season has been GREAT. The production quality, the story- top 3, easily. These episodes were really exciting to me- because they gave answers to a very interesting story. And they were made SO well. … then I saw a bunch of guys with stupid antlers on their heads. Theo was great, I loved seeing his life change, he was a great actor- all around A+. His death was beautiful and it made sense completely… minus the antlers. Did he piss someone off on the writers team? Was he difficult to work with??? WHY DID YOU THROW THOSE IDIOTIC ANTLERS ON THOSE MEN FOR THEO’S DEATH SCENE? Honestly ruined the whole scene. The mystical HIV man I get- even though I’m afraid we won’t really get answers for him. And I think that’s acceptable, that’s a mystical figure… BUT why did these men need antlers? I understand the reference being made- but it’s a disrespect to the character, and the story being told. It looked like a high school play. Everything was already great, whyyyyyy

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  19. I hope that Sam does feel guilt for drugging Theo & his dying soon after. But I do wonder about the shared delusion of the men fighting off & killing Big Daddy. How could they all see & feel him when fighting in the rental house? When Patrick shot him, why didn't the bullet go through him to shoot anybody in front of him, if he's only an illusion?

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  20. This season is terrible.. I don't think they are making the right choice moving further and further away from the core characters…

    And then overdoing the gayness isn't the best either

    EDIT: after watching the finale, it's brilliant. Picked up right where death valley left off.. The REAL MONSTERS THAT EFFECT OUR LIVES in a profound way.. It was sad seeing people lose the ones that they love and that was executed beautifully in the last 2 episodes… They were done In a more tasteful manner and it was a great contrast to the prior 8.. Seeing this monster that that lifestyle created come back and it's not all fun and games

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  21. Judging from the looks of it this is the most tragic and darkest American Horror Story season yet ever since Roanoke because all the main casts characters are dead

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  22. Great season and the gore and immogee to Saw and 7⃣ very thriller and psychological horror the Sentinel made me think of Frankenstein and seems Ryan also shows how each person gets ill differently in their stages of the disease some gets lesions some look fine some die fast etc Theo was getting paler as well I seen photographs of the ones who had the disease in the death stage and its so so sad when not knowing and no cure back then and Big Daddy being the Grim Reaper shows how fast that disease spreaded back then when no one knew yet the whole party was infected she kept pulling Death ☠ for all

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