Oh, Violet. You are in it now, girl.
|Evan Peters as Tate Langdon saves Violet after she attempts suicide on American Horror Story|
|Tate Langdon saves Violet after she attempts suicide on American Horror Story|
Then, he tearfully confessed his love for her. This poor, jacked up kid. Yeah. I felt bad for him. As I mentioned in my earlier post, the scared ghost boy doesn't seem like the same character as the kid who shot up the school. And Violet clearly sees the distinction too.
|Evan Peters as Tate Langdon tearfully confesses his love for Violet on American Horror Story|
Violet had a moment to consider things. She's seeing ghosts. She's pretty sure about that now. And she also knows who Tate is and what he did. She knows he's seriously unwell. But he's made it clear that he's not going to let her die. So her options are to ask him to stay away - which he won't understand because he doesn't know he's a crazy psycho killer - or to help him. When he comes into her room and confesses he loves her, she has to decide: Is this the guy who killed a bunch of innocent teenagers? Or is there someone there worth comforting, worth trying to save. Obviously, she went with the later. And of course, she's the big spoon.
I'm glad for the sake of my entertainment she chose to embrace him. Plus, who knows what he'll do to her if he feels rejected. I hope these two are trapped in this house forever. Because, in case I haven't made it clear yet, they're my favorite part of the show.