So is there just always bound to be an anti-christ? Or did they visit the murder house and have sex? I thought the reason why Langdon was born was partially due to the house.
Also I wonder how many times she’ll go through the cycle of destroying the antichrist. Need to know if they’ll continue this story after this season
Banger finale! Except for the epilogue about the teens which undid the season and created more plotholes....Pros: Angela Fuckin' Basset! The Kathy Bots Explosion!Cons: Chekhov's radiated Billy Eichner. Chekhov's "My death will be her strength" trope that they have literally been talking about all GD seasonBut seriously about the teens (aka twins). How did Michael presumably know they could birth a back-up antichrist? Why are they special enough to create an antichrist to begin with, especially without the aid of the Murder House's portal to hell??? It just seems like every Supreme should use Dr Xavier's Cerebro every few years to find the next antichrist and kill that baby. Yes, the witches should get into the habit of killing babies because apparently this is going to keep happening because time is a flat circle and none of this matters! Ugh!
Did Stephen King write this season? So much “character building” and side quests for a slap-dash rushed ending. “Shit, we only have 2 episodes left. Let’s throw in some time travel and then run over the Big Bad with a car. That’ll do it! Pass me more cocaine.”
"Evil truffle pig."If Mallory went back in time, shouldn't there be two Mallorys in the new timeline? Also, if there can only be one Supreme, why doesn't Cordelia-Supreme die as soon as Mallory-Supreme arrives in the past? Also, why does Antichrist 2.0 have to be born in California, where the witches are? Seems risky. Etc., etc..Anyway, I hope the next season is self-contained.
The answer to 2 Mallory’s would be that she just went back “into herself”...any other way to view time travel is just too much to wrap your mind around...Another way to look at is the Russ Cole idea of sentience flowing back and forth through your whole existence at will, Mallory’s sentience is what went back, not her body.