we're here tonight and it's so good;
i'm sarah, hello humans. i'm mostly made up of green tea, sarcasm, and an approximate knowledge of things..

currently watching: american horror story, gravity falls, bob's burgers, grey's anatomy btvs
listening to: walk the moon, the story so far, the wonder years
r.i.p cory monteith
r.i.p philip seymour hoffman

Emma Roberts talking about memorable scenes in American Horror Story: Coven. (x)

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emma roberts   ahs   

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emily   words   

Man forgets he is married after surgery (x)

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so cute   

chocolate almond milk can i get a hell yeah

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almond milk   luv u   


the fact that Sarah Paulson has a poster of Lana Winters’ book cover framed in her house tho

she also has a naked painting of herself somewhere in there too

so perf

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im surprised no one has ever punched me in the face

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if you don’t think ‘quiet’ is the saddest song in matilda then idk what to tell u bro

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I wonder if Sarah was the one who ruined Beth’s life 


The thing about Beth Child’s is that she looked like a very accomplished person. She spoke several languages, she made detective at a pretty young age she had everything going for her. So I can’t help but wonder if Sarah wasn’t the one who accidentally ruined everything for. So here is my theory

Beth was living the life. She was extremely athletic, she was very intelligent, she was good with people. Both with suspects,civilians and her fellow cops. She finished the academy in first place and was rising rapidly through the ranks. Life was good. And then one day one of her fellow offices calls her in. Just a rapid check because her fingerprints happened to be a crime scene several hundred kilometers away. He quickly checks that she was on a patrol and dismisses it as some random mistake. But Beth’s natural curiosity gets the better of her. She starts tracking the case and then a few weeks later her fellow cops finally manage to arrest someone for the crime. Sarah Manning

Beth is completely shocked when she sees this. She comes to the only logical conclusion in her mind. She had a twin sister. She confronts her parents about it. Angry. Demanding answers. They naturally deny everything because they know for a fact that they had only one daughter. It’s not the kind of thing that you forget. Beth bitter,angry and confused pushes her parents away. She doesn’t want to confront Sarah directly yet because she is on the fast track towards detective and a criminal sister might undermine her chances. So she starts investigating on her own. And each answer she find just brings more and more question. When she sees that Sarah comes from Britain she digs in European databases and what she finds there rattles her even more

She sees her face everywhere. Katja, Danielle, Aryana, Janika. Different versions of her everywhere. She feels lost and alone. She can’t confide in her parents after the big fight they had, she can’t really talk to her fellow officers because she can’t show weakness with the detective test looming ahead. So she visits the department’s shrink and asks for some help to calm her down. The pills work. She finds her center for a while.  She aces her test, she become a detective. She manages to ignore the mystery of her biology for now. And for a while things are good. She repair the relationship with her parents. By miracle just after helping her next door neighbor move she meets Paul. A truly great guy she falls hard for

But she can’t help but be who she is. A cop. Despite wanting to ignore the other versions of herself she can’t help but investigate. She find that Sarah is not the only one in North America like herself. She finds them. Alison Hendrix, Cosima Niehaus, Jennifer Fitzsimmons. She lies to Paul and everybody that she has work to do but in reality she goes and monitors them whenever she can. All but Sarah. She doesn’t have the strength to look at the woman who made her open Pandora’s box

The strain of living this double life is too much for Beth. She she makes the the shrink give her even more pills.

For a while everything is good again but then she sees that the European clones are getting killed off. The paranoia sets in deeply. But also her protective nature. She can’t let innocent people get killed so she contacts them. All but Sarah. Even now she can’t face her

Working with the clones alongside with her growing paranoia pushes Beth even more at the edge. Killing Maggie Chen takes her from the edge and plunges her straight into the abyss. Her answer? More and more pills. She doesn’t feel like she can trust anybody anymore. Not even Paul.

And then she finds out that she is right. The only light she had left in her life Paul…was the one betraying her. Even the pills don’t help anymore. So she decides to end it all. And that’s when she finally sees the face that started all of this. Sarah Manning. She finally got to meet her

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Dianna Agron on the set of “Tumbledown” in Worcester, Massachusetts on April 6, 2014

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