"Halloween (Part 2)"
Series American Horror Story
Season 1, Episode 5
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Air date November 2nd, 2011
Writers Tim Minear
Director David Semel
Producers Alexis Martin Woodall; Chip Vucelich; Tim Minear; Jessica Sharzer; Bradley Buecker; James Wong; Jennifer Salt; Dante Di Loreto; Brad Falchuk; Ryan Murphy
Starring Dylan McDermott; Connie Britton; Evan Peters; Taissa Farmiga; Denis O'Hare; Jessica Lange
Episode guide
"Halloween (Part 1)"
"Piggy, Piggy"

"Halloween (Part 2)" is the fifth episode of season one of the anthology series American Horror Story. The episode was directed by David Semel and written by Tim Minear. The episode first aired on the FX Network on Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011.

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Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This episode is production code number: 1ATS04.

Allusions[edit | edit source]

  • Violet Harmon refers to Tate's antagonists as the "Dead Breakfast Club". The Breakfast Clubs is a 1985 comedy directed by John Hughes. It stars Judd Nelson, Ally Sheedy, Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall and Molly Ringwald. The premise of the film is about five high school students forced to spend Saturday detention together.

Quotes[edit | edit source]

  • Ben Harmon: I won't be the victim of this sick extortion!
  • Larry Harvey: Oh, wow. You really don't get it, do you? Your narrow, clinical world view doesn't let you. Buddy, you are so screwed. You know what the thing about the dead is? They got nothing left to lose!
  • Ben Harmon: Enough of this bullshit! I want some goddamn answers!
  • Larry Harvey: You don't even know what the goddamn question is!


  • Tate Langdon: Screw high school. That's just a blip in your timeline. Don't get stuck there.


  • Constance Langdon: One of the comforts of having children is knowing one's youth has not fled, but merely been passed down to a new generation. they say when a parent dies, a child feels his own mortality. But when a child dies, it's immortality that a parent loses.

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