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The obvious solution to this whole thing is that Mallory will go back in time and prevent the apocalypse from ever happening — and also, consequently, save those witches that Michael and Mead murdered this week.
But that seems a little bit too straightforward and predictable for “AHS,” which is typically all about pulling twists on you repeatedly until the last possible moment.
Even if the finale is extra long, which it no doubt will be, there’s a ridiculous amount of ground to cover before this is over. So way back in the fourth episode, when the flashback portion of the season got underway, there was a title card that declared we were watching events three years before the apocalypse.
And then they died along with everybody else when they ate the poison apples in the third episode.
Still, even with all this major plot movement, it’s hard to believe Ryan Murphy and co.
can really bring this crazy story to a close in Wednesday’s finale.
We got three episodes in the present to start the season, and the past six have all been flashbacks.
And yet we still haven’t even gotten back to where we began.