Dandy prepares for his big performance, but the freaks have other plans. Meanwhile, Elsa goes to Hollywood and all of her dreams come true... except for the most important one of all.
Dandy comes to Maggie to get his fortune told. Meanwhile, Regina summons Colquitt when Dandy tells her what he's done, and Stanley and Elsa assure the Tattlers that Dr. Candy will soon be coming to separate them.moreless
When Ethel confronts Elsa over Ma Petite's death, Elsa explains how she obtained her wooden legs. Meanwhile, Gloria receives psychiatric advice about Dandy, Elsa recruits a new freak, and Desiree offers to help Penny deal with Vince.moreless
Stanley blackmails Dell into procuring a freak for him. However, when Dell chooses the wrong victim, the camp's females rally against him. Meanwhile, Jimmy confronts his father and Penny's father gives her a going away present.moreless
Elsa orders the freaks to celebrate her birthday with a week of festivities. However, when one of them betrays her she demands that he take his place on the Wheel. Meanwhile, Maggie refuses to murder Jimmy for Stanley and plots to kill Ma Petite.moreless
Stanley tries to convince Elsa to go into television, as a ruse to get hold of the Tattler Twins and sell their body to the Morbidity Museum. Meanwhile, Maggie tries to warn Jimmy, and Dandy commits his first murder.moreless
A fortune teller arrives at the freak show looking for work, and impresses Elsa with her insight... and Jimmy with her beauty. Meanwhile, the freaks refuse to perform on Halloween because of the story that the ghost of Edward Mordrake will come seeking to add a freak to his collection.moreless
When Bette reveals that she can't sing, Dot demonstrates an unexpected talent. Meanwhile, a strongman and his wife arrive at the show seeking employment, and Dandy makes a new friend.
A milkman makes a horrifying discovery at a farmhouse. The surviving victim is taken to the hospital, where freak show proprietor Elsa Marks pays them a visit.
After Marie's disappearance, Queenie seeks out her new mentor. Meanwhile, the girls manifest new powers as Fiona's reign comes to an end, and Cordelia foresees disaster for the Coven.
While her mother allies with Marie against The Corporation, Cordelia must make the ultimate sacrifice to protect her students.
After learning who blinded Cordelia, Fiona tries to seek an alliance with Marie. Meanwhile, Nan learns something startling about Luke's past.
Cordelia and the girls try to stop Fiona, while Marie puts an end to her rivalry with Delphine.
Fiona enters into a love affair, while Queenie goes out with Delphine. Meanwhile, Cordelia must make a decision about her mother.
While Marie Laveau continues her assault on the girls' school, Zoe discovers a new power. Meanwhile, Madame LaLaurie faces a person from her past, and Fiona and Myrtle struggle for control of the school.moreless
While Fiona's actions threaten the truce between The Coven and The Voodoo, the Council of Witchcraft visits the school with allegations against one of its members.
While Zoe tries to help Kyle, Fiona takes on a new and unexpected protege. Meanwhile, Madison ends up arguing with the school's new neighbor, the mysterious Joan Ramsey.
Zoe and Madison suffer a tragedy and Fiona tries to help them. Meanwhile, Cordelia must make a decision concerning her family and Delphine tries to come to grips with the 21st century.
Zoe, a young woman with a unique genetic bloodline that can be traced back to the Salem Witch Trials, starts to manifest otherworldly powers. Unable to cope with this development, her family sends her off to New Orleans, to a unique private girl's school established specifically for young, burgeoning witches.moreless
After suffering a minor heart attack, Alan is visited by Charlie's ghost while in the hospital.
Jo visits the Scranton branch to get an update and weigh in on the search committee's progress, while the staff all voice their opinions on who should become the manager. Oscar is torn whether to tell Angela his suspicion that Robert is gay.moreless
Dwight takes charge of the office and immediately imposes his will on the staff. Gabe hopes to get back together with Erin.
Michael helps Ryan generate capital for his Wuphf service. Dwight hosts a Thanksgiving hay festival in the parking lot. Jim learns he's run up against a Sabre sales commision cap.
A new assistant's incompetence has the Dunder Mifflin staff up in arms, but Michael refuses to fire him, as he's his nephew. Andy tries to ignore Erin's dating of Gabe. Pam tries to make up for ruining Jim's pranking of Dwight by playing a practical joke of her own.moreless
When Sabre CEO Jo Bennett returns to Scranton to get to the bottom of who told the press about their printers catching on fire, suspicion falls on Andy.
Michael is flummoxed when Jo takes a liking to Darryl and his new shipping idea. Dwight proves to be agitating when Jim returns from paternity leave. Andy and Erin have their first date planned. When Jo stays late working, everyone else feels they have to, too.moreless
Sabre's CEO visits and tells Michael and Jim that one of them must take a step down and go back to sales. Andy's Valentine's Day cards leaves Kelly thinking she's the one he's interested in.moreless
Michael has trouble adjusting to Dunder Mifflin's acquisition by a printer company called Sabre and tries to turn to David Wallace for advice. Jim and Pam interview to get their impending baby into a good daycare.moreless
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