‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ episode 12 preview: Will Lana meet her son?
Last night’s episode of “American Horror Story: Asylum” wrapped up another story line (Lana and Dr. Thredson), but with that they opened up another one – is there enough time left in the two remaining episodes to really give fans an ending that will satisfy them with so many loose ends still dangling? (Warning: Spoilers ahead).
Lana finally sought her revenge against Dr. Thredson last night when she not only exposed him as Bloody Face, but also killed him in his apartment. She also got the peace of mind she needed by putting Wendy’s ashes to rest and exposing everything that happened at Briarcliff in hopes of getting the asylum shut down for good. The one loose end that she had left to tie up was her pregnancy that she had ultimately decided to terminate, but she had a change of heart and decided to give birth to her and Dr. Thredson’s son and give him away.
So with that we would think that Lana’s story line would mostly be wrapped up, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. With the modern day Bloody Face (Lana’s son) running around with mommy issues of his own, Lana is his prime target when it comes to getting his own release. In next week’s episode called “Continuum”, Lana’s son will be on the hunt for her when he discovers she will be doing a book signing near by. Will Lana be able to escape Bloody Face a second time or is it her fate to meet her end by his hands whether it’s by father or son?
We also saw the Monsignor lie to Lana in last night’s episode and tell her that Sister Jude had killed herself, but really he had thrown her into a tiny dark cell, locked away for eternity. In a new preview for next week’s episode the Monsignor will end up having a change of heart and will try to help make things right by trying to release Sister Jude. Whether or not he actually goes through with it or not is another story.
Be sure to check out the new promo for next week’s episode of “American Horror Story: Asylum” below and let us know how you think it’s all going to end.