[TV] Next On "American Horror Story: Asylum" Episode 2.11 "Spilt Milk" - Bloody Disgusting!

[TV] Next On “American Horror Story: Asylum” Episode 2.11 “Spilt Milk”


I had no idea American Horror Story: Asylum was back already!

Having just aired, we’ve scored the after episode promo for next week’s 2.11 “Spilt Milk”.

In it, “Grace brings Kit devastating news about the aliens’ experiments on Alma. Dr. Thredson receives an unexpected visitor. The Monsignor goes to extreme lengths to silence Jude.

Only on FX every Wednesday, the episode is written by Brad Falchuk and directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon.

  • K-Dogg

    Wow, another awesome episode !!! This show rules. That little musical / dancing scene was soooo cool, Jessica Lange continues to shine as a fucking legend.

  • ThunderDragoon

    Yeah, this past episode was great. I loved it. The musical scene was so funny and cool. I feel so bad for Sister Jude, though. She’ll probably never be the same again. I was shocked by the ending. Didn’t think he would do that. I’m so eager to see where these last few episodes take us. Such an amazing season.

  • Zombie-Killa


    Damn, they were evil people, but that was a messed up ending for those two characters last night! Such a shame to see both of them go out like that.

    The order at Briarcliff has descend into a real mess. SOMETHING else is going to give at some point, and we should see some more major changes in the next few episodes.

    And yeah, I agree about Jude, she’s not going to be the same again after the shock treatment, that much is obvious. I THOUGHT there was a chance of Jude taking control of Briarcliff again, but there’s no way it’s going to happen now. She might have some sort miraculous turnaround, but I don’t see it coming.

    Also, Jessica Lange needs another Emmy award, such an incredible performance last night.

  • Aaron Emery

    The musical number made my life better.

  • Mr.Mirage

    Just when I thought that there was no possible way for this show to improve… Jessica Lange leading a song and dance number to destroy, utterly destroy the existing run of Glee, a death from a great height that was superbly underlined by the gentlest of kisses and That Damned Ending… My God. I can now point at that moment at the end when people ask “Why do you love horror? There is nothing of artistic value in it, no intrinsic beauty…” No. They are wrong. A gentle kiss, the click of a switch and then the flames.

    Holy God. What an exit!!

    Bring on the next episode!!