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SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched “Final Girl,” the finale episode of “American Horror Story: 1984.”
The final episode of “American Horror Story: 1984” is appropriately called “The Final Girl,” a reference to the term given to that one (usually virginal) young woman who manages to survive the massacre in most horror movies. Who was could that be this time? Brooke (Emma Roberts) was the obvious choice, although Donna (Angelica Ross) would have been great — even if she did say last week, “A black final girl? Sweetheart, they kill folks with my complexion off first.”
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Before finding out who the final girl was, however, the show jumped forward to 2019, when Ben’s (John Carroll Lynch) son Bobby (Finn Wittrock) came to Camp Redwood. He ran into Montana (Billie Lourd), who made some pretty funny comments about his smartphone — because obviously she doesn’t know anything about cell phones, having died in 1984. But she informed him that people basically stopped coming to the camp after the “s— show” in 1989. Not even the “hardcore death tourists” would come to camp, so Margaret’s (Leslie Grossman) plan didn’t work out after all.
As Montana continued to grill Bobby about the future, Trevor (Matthew Morrison) appeared, and Bobby started to realize all of these people he thought were dead are actually ghosts. He also told them he has been receiving anonymous checks his whole life and he was sure they were from his dad, even though the aunt who raised him told him that his dad left Bobby with her so he could get revenge on his wife’s killer.
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Montana and Trevor told Bobby that his dad was dead, but they weren’t sure where he ended up because Montana saw him get dragged into the lake and no one saw him...
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