Well that was mighty quick to pull the trigger on the Frankenstein plot. Anyone else get the feeling that this ends with Zoe finding out she can sleep with Kyle because he's undead?
Also glad to see we got Lily Rabe back amongst the cast. I love Misty and her awkward Fleetwood Mac loving ways. Funny to see her pushing that on Zoe. This better end with Stevie Nicks showing up either to affirm Misty or to admonish her. Even Franken-Kyle knew that he didn't want to be left alone with that crazy lady.
The undead alligator attack was fun.
Convenient that the Voodoo Priestesses and the Witches feud stems from Tituba, and here we've got an heir to her right in the house.
I was kind of hoping that the cops interrogating Zoe and Madison were going to be Fiona's minions in an attempt to test them. Still, the spit drinking scene was amusing.
So the Voodoo Queen's lover sleeps with LaLaurie's daughter. LaLaurie responds by throwing a bull head on him. The Voodoo Queen kills LaLaurie's family and buries her for eternity, but she doesn't take the bull head off the guy? I get that she'd be mad he cheated on her, but that seems excessive. Or did LaLaurie graft it to him somehow?
I like how this show is all about life and death. We've got characters fighting death, either to prevent it or undo it, characters who simply want death, and characters who are trying to create life. Its actually quite thematically cohesive.
Is it possible to judge how good an adaptation is without having read the source material? I am not asking about judging the adaptation on its own merits, rather I am asking whether you can judge how faithful the adaptation was to the source material?