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American Horror Story: 1984 reached its bloody conclusion on Wednesday with a massive time jump, a few oddly romantic twists and some well-deserved (not to mention thoroughly disgusting) justice.
First things first: That fan theory about Finn Wittrock playing a grown-up version of Jingles’ son was 100-percent correct. The finale began by jumping ahead to 2019, where Bobby Richter arrived at Camp Redwood — what was left of it, anyway — in search of answers about his father. As Montana explained, she hadn’t seen any newcomers since “that s–t show in ’89,” presumably referring to Margaret’s food and wine (and murder!) festival. In a somewhat surprising display of empathy, she then warned the handsome traveler that “everyone you see here is likely to kill you.”
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Montana then introduced Bobby to Trevor, who was very disappointed (understandably so) to learn that aerobics has become “kind of a joke” in 2019. Trevor and Montana then returned the favor, disappointing Bobby by informing him that his father was dead. “He came here to do good, but dark forces took him away,” she explained. Bobby was sure that the anonymous checks he’d been receiving all his life were coming from his father, so he was pretty crushed by this news. Then again, the sudden discovery that he was in the presence of literal ghosts took his mind off of that pretty quickly.
Then came the real fun: We jumped back to Halloween 1989, where poor Courtney was the first to go. Margaret’s assistant informed her that Trevor was turning people away from the festival after learning of Kajagoogoo’s grim fate, sending her into such a blind rage that she literally shot the messenger. Margaret then turned her anger — and her gun — towards Trevor, shooting him in his baby elephant trunk and leaving him for dead...
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