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Say goodbye to the Murde House on American Horror Story: Roanoke. It is no longer the Murde House, because it is now the MurdeR House, and we have way too many feelings about it. First one: How dare you AHS.

During the second episode of the season, we learned that at one point, two murderous nurses, Bridget and Miranda, moved into the house and were killing people based solely off of the first letter of their first name. They were killing people to spell out the word M-U-R-D-E-R on the wall of the living room, and it was hella creepy. They never actually finished spelling out M-U-R-D-E-R, because they themselves were killed before they reached the letter R.

Well, sounds like that’s the end of their story, and the end of their killing spree!

Oh, but wait, what’s that? Evan Peter’s ~new~ character on American Horror Story: Roanoke is named RORY? Oh no. No no no no no.

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And because we’re not allowed to have nice things in life, Evan’s Rory showed up at the Murde House, and guess what? Since he’s back in the house during the Blood Moon, when the ghosts can walk among the living and MURDER PEOPLE, Bridget and Miranda come back, and they finished their final task: They killed Rory, and basically all of our Evan Peters AHS hopes and dreams with it.

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That is so not cool, AHS.

As we learned during the episode, the ~twist~ for this season has everyone who’s ever stepped foot in the Roanoke House — both the “real” people and the “actors” — returning back to spend three days there. Over the span of these three days, every single person in the house DIES, and Evan’s Rory is the first victim. Because American Horror Story giveth, and American Horror Story taketh away.