|"Valerie Solanas Died for Your Sins: Scumbag"|
|Air date||October 17th, 2017|
|Producers||Crystal Liu; Adam Penn; Eryn Krueger Mekash; Lou Eyrich; John J. Gray; Robert M. Williams, Jr.; Bradley Buecker; Alexis Martin Woodall; James Wong; Tim Minear; Brad Falchuk; Ryan Murphy; Todd Nenninger; Karen Romero|
|Starring||Sarah Paulson; Evan Peters; Cheyenne Jackson; Billie Lourd; Alison Pill|
"Winter of Our Discontent"
"Valerie Solanas Died for Your Sins: Scumbag" is the seventh episode of season seven of the horror anthology series American Horror Story, and the eightieth episode of the series overall. It is the seventh chapter in the season-long story-arc called "Cult". The episode was directed by Rachel Goldberg with a script written by Crystal Liu. It first aired on the FX Network on Wednesday, October 17th, 2017.
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Starring[edit | edit source]
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|Sarah Paulson||Ally Mayfair-Richards|
|Evan Peters||Kai Anderson/Andy Warhol|
|Cheyenne Jackson||Doctor Rudy Vincent †|
|Billie Lourd||Winter Anderson|
|Alison Pill||Ivy Mayfair-Richards|
Guest Starring[edit | edit source]
|Billy Eichner||Harrison Wilton|
|Lena Dunham||Valerie Solanas|
|Frances Conroy||Bebe Babbitt|
|Adina Porter||Beverly Hope|
|Chaz Bono||Gary K. Longstreet|
|Lyla Porter-Follows||Young Bebe Babbitt|
Co-Starring[edit | edit source]
|Tim Braun||Bryan Hartnell|
|Adam Chambers||Paul Morrisey|
|Caleb Foote||Pus Bucket|
|Audrey Ellis Fox||Betty Lou Jensen|
|Johnny Gorman||Hearth Attack|
|Stephen Holland||Medical examiner|
|Geoff Katz||David Faraday|
|Michael Lanahan||Taylor Mead|
|Mary Beth McDade||Female anchor|
|Erin Mulvey||Cecelia Shepherd|
|Jeff Rector||Male anchor|
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