Emily and Daniel go to meet the man she wants to have officiating their wedding, who also happens to be a former Grayson Global associate who helped Conrad destroy David Clark.
At first, Emily has no qualms about taking the guy down, man of God or not. He took her father from her, and that’s the only thing she needs to know about him. But after spending some time with him, seeing the good he’s done since his split with the Graysons, it looks like she may be having reservations about going full-speed-ahead with her plan.
Meanwhile, Margaux is busy showing Daniel just how little it bothers her that he’s engaged, by offering him a job and stripping down to her fancy undergarments to sweeten the deal. It’s not entirely clear whether Daniel betrays Emily, but judging by the look on his face when he first sees what Margaux is really up to and his behavior later that day toward Emily, I think he may have gone too far.
Aiden is still on his anti-Emily rampage, still trying to convince Victoria he’s genuine. Meanwhile Victoria is still adjusting to life on a budget.
Charlotte has put Emily in the doghouse since she knows Emily was the one who exposed Victoria’s “affair” (it was really her son), and is much more concerned about her father’s health than her mother’s petty games and secrets.
Since I think Victoria needs a little more convincing from Aiden, I have a feeling Charlotte’s animosity might be Emily biggest threat at the moment, though Margaux is putting up a good show for second place!
I though this might be another guilty pleasure type of show like Devious Maids, but it’s a little more than that.
The story centers around a family of witches, the Beauchamps: Joanna is the mother, played by Julia Ormond, Jenna Dewan-Tatum plays her daughter Freya (pronounced like fray-uh), Rachel Boston plays her other daughter Ingrid, and Madchen Amick plays her playful devious sister Wendy.
Also, we’ve got Eric Winter playing Freya’s fiance (former Days of our Lives star), Virginia Madsen playing his mother, Kellee Stewart (My Boys) plays Ingrid’s friend, and Jason George (Bailey’s husband in Grey’s Anatomy) plays a local cop.
Joanna has an imposter performing magic in her place, causing all kinds of problems and leaving Joanna to take the blame. Joanna has a particularly strange curse upon her: she is immortal but is doomed to watch her daughters die because of their gift, and every time they do, she becomes pregnant and gives birth to them just to have it all happen again.
Wendy can transform into a cat, and has the nine lives that go with it, but she shows up trying to warn her sister about a dream she had and what she read in her tarot cards.
The girls have been sheltered from their true abilities because Joanna believes that the magic is what causes their deaths in each of their previous lives.
Freya is convinced she has some sort of special abilities, while Ingrid is a pure skeptic. But now, both of them will have to learn their abilities and use them to save their mother, their friends, and each other.
While the romantic element is a little predictable and weak–Freya has this “powerful” connection with a tall, dark and handsome stranger, who also turns out to be her fiance’s brother – and the special effects look a little corny at times, the story itself isn’t half-bad. It’s a little irksome that the writers seem to be borrowing from any and every piece of witchcraft history and mythology they could find, but it’s fun, entertaining, and even a little intense at times.
It’s nothing like what I expect from American Horror Story: Coven, but it should still be a fun way to spend your Sunday night!
This episode was a little better than last week’s, but I’m still going to cut it from the rotation. It’s not a bad show altogether, but there’s not enough going on to write about every week. I’m still going to watch it for a while, but I won’t be including the recaps here. If it gets really good, I may bring it back, but I wouldn’t count on it.
AHS: Coven premieres Wednesday night! Along with Tomorrow People on the CW, but I think only people under 20 and people who don’t get FX will be watching that. Also, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland debuts on Thursday on ABC before Grey’s and Scandal.
I actually have concert tickets for Wednesday night, so there’s a good chance I may miss the premiere of one of the most anticipated shows this season, but I’m really desperately hoping I can find an encore of AHS later in the week.
Other than that, it should be business as usual this week.
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