‘American Horror Story: Asylum’: Ryan Murphy discusses exorcism [spoiler]

Warning: If you have not yet watched Wednesday night’s new episode of “American Horror Story” yet, you should probably stop reading now or cause yourself to suffer some great disappointment at being spoiled in the worst way possible.

While there were both some shockers and some revelations that came out of the hour, quite possibly what is going to have the biggest impact moving forward was Sister Mary Eunice seemingly becoming possessed by whatever sort of demon we saw exorcised from the teenage boy a little bit earlier in the episode. The problem here? No one knows as of yet what has happened, and it is going to manifest with her in a very different sort of way than it did before (which is probably going to equate to Arden’s worst nightmare considering how he likes his nuns to be pure).

If you want some more details about how this story will likely play out, just listen to what executive producer Ryan Murphy is saying now according to Entertainment Weekly:

“She certainly has her moments. I think it’s very clear by the end of the episode that Sister Eunice has been taken over by the devil. It’s fascinating to research the idea of Satanic possession. From the 1400s on, there are very different levels of possession. There are more animalistic ferocity, there are more sly and cunning, a possession that’s not so much about outward force but inward ambition. And that’s the thing we wanted to do for Sister Mary Eunice.”

What makes the third episode next week so interesting, according to Murphy, is that it will end up being one that really puts together a number of the pieces to the puzzle of the first two weeks. In addition to that, we are going to finally learn the fate of both Adam Levine and Jenna Dewan Tatum’s characters.

Are you excited to see what this new form of possession looks like?

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