American Horror Story: Double Feature episode 8 is going to be the second of the “Death Valley” story arc. It’s going to be intense, and it won’t take long at all to show us just how high some of the stakes are.
During the first half of this season, we had a story that, save for the final minutes, was set entirely in Provincetown. Everything that was happening was more or less tied to that individual community. However, as we move into the second part, we’re going to see the President of the United States be a central character! Given that “Death Valley” is all about aliens, it will be clear from the get-go that we’re dealing with something big … and something that will require key players to make some incredibly difficult choices.
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For some of the earliest insight regarding American Horror Story: Double Feature episode 8 and what lies ahead here, take a look at the attached synopsis:
The President struggles with the morality of a deal he must make. Written by Manny Coto & Kristen Reidel & Brad Falchuk; directed by Tessa Blake.
Morality in general seems to be the connective tissue for all of Double Feature. In “Red Tide,” it was all about what you were willing to sacrifice for the sake of achieving success. Moving into “Death Valley,” it seems more about what you’ll give up in order to ensure safety and security. The President’s actions could have a ripple effect for generations, and there’s a chance you could even see some of this play out during this story.
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