American Horror Story Round Table: A Return to Roanoke (But Not For Long)

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The stakes were set on American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 6. Every single character returning to the Roanoke house for the second half of the season is set to die – except for one lone survivor.

Join TV Fanatics Yana, Amanda and Paul as they break down the big twists and shocking scares on "Chapter 6"!

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We're only one episode into the "new" show-within-a-show "Return to Roanoke," but which version of events – these "real" events or the "My Roanoke Nightmare" re-enactment – is scarier so far?

Yana: This one, by far. There's just something about that found footage combined with the promise of almost everyone dying that makes it much more interesting. Plus, now the cast is doubled, and they are more fleshed out than before.

Amanda: While I thought the general tone of the first half of the season was creepy, it was nothing compared to Piggy Man popping up from the backseat.

Paul: This one. It's crazy how the show managed to change everything up, while keeping the same setting. It's so freaking smart and scary.

We found out that only one person will survive their "Three Days in Hell." Who is that one person?

Yana: Lee. I'm thinking the one person who is most isolated and branded as a killer could very well make it out. Maybe it will even end with her being an even bigger suspect because they will hide the bodies at first?

Amanda: No clue, but my bet is on Shelby, Matt, or Lee. They've already survived the house once. One of them is bound to do it again.

Paul: I have no idea, but I didn't like finding out that one will survive. Now we know there will only be on survivor, and I hate knowing that.

Cheyenne Jackson's producer character Sidney – love him or hate him?

Yana: Love to hate him. He's what I imagined producers of these types of shows to be like, and he just runs with the role. I was actually hoping to see more of him once things started to get really weird in that house.

Amanda: Love to hate him, for sure. He's the stereotypical embodiment of a reality show producer, but he plays the part just so damn well.

Paul: I love him. He's a crazy character who will do absolutely anything for ratings. Pity no one over at The CW is quite like him.

Of the new characters (played by the re-enactment actors), who is your favorite and why?

Yana: It's a toss up between Audrey and Agnes. Sarah Paulson was ridiculously funny in that role, and her relationship with Evan's character, Rory, was even better. But Agnes was a sad story turned even worse when Sidney baited her like that. I actually felt bad for this woman who put so much of herself in a role and now had no clue what to do outside of it, being pushed to be a killer for ratings.

Amanda: Definitely Sarah Paulson. Her wedding video to Rory was hilarious!

Paul: Audrey! She's such a 180 to any other character she's played before. I mean, she's crazy.

Evan Peters is dead... AGAIN. For the second time this season, a character he played was introduced and killed off in short order. Could he possibly be gone for real this time?

Yana: He's main cast, and I choose not to believe that he's gone for good. We didn't get enough Rory, and if we're lucky, ghost Rory could be even better.

Amanda: Ugh! I need him to have more screen time. I hope his ghost sticks around, or else why have him listed as a main cast member? He's barely had 30 minutes of screen time.

Paul: I say he comes back as a ghost to take out Shelby.

Who was the MVP of "Chapter 6"?

Yana: The Pig Man appearing in that car is still crazy to me.

Amanda: Piggy Man or that wedding video.

Paul: Agnes. I laughed out loud at all of her scenes.

And now, it's your turn! What did you think of "Chapter 5"? Hit the comments below with your responses to our round table questions!

American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 7 airs on Wednesday, October 26th at 10/9c on FX.

Caralynn Lippo is a staff writer for TV Fanatic. Follow her on Twitter.

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American Horror Story Season 6 Episode 6 Quotes

Sid: "Return to Roanoke: Three Days in Hell." I'm gonna bring everybody who lived in that house, and the actors who played them on the show, and put them together in that house again. Only this time, hidden cameras recording everything.

The camera never stops, no matter what anybody says. Even if I tell you to stop, keep rolling. You got it?

Sid [to cameraman]