American Horror Story

Season 1 Episode 1

Pilot

68
Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Oct 05, 2011 on FX

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  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Ben: Peeking in people's windows is still a crime, even in L.A.

    • Gynecologist: So are your periods regular again?
      Vivien: Every other month. Not that I'm really complaining. After all that blood. Ben hates blood.
      Gynecologist: You having issues with arousal?
      Vivien: Not when I'm by myself.

    • Vivien: The light is different out here. it's softer.
      Violet: It's called smog.
      Ben: You should be excited, Vi. You can stop sneaking cigarettes and just start taking deep breaths.

    • Constance: Adelaide, I put on Dora the Explorer for you, so you would sit and watch it.
      Adelaide: It was Go, Diego, Go! I don't like it.
      Constance: Oh, brown cartoon characters--you can't tell the difference.

    • Vivien: Can I ask you a personal question? Do you ever get tired of cleaning up other peoples' messes?
      Old Moira: We're women--it's what we do. I just get paid for it.

    • Ben: You taking your medications?
      Tate: Yes.
      Ben: Any side effects?
      Tate: I was taking them at night, but they kept me up.
      Ben: And what did you do?
      Tate: Started taking them in the morning.

  • Notes

    • Music: Tonight You Belong to Me (Patience and Prudence), Special Death (Mirah), Twisted Nerve (Bernard Herrmann), Blood Gets Thin (Pete and the Pirates), Flickers (Son Lux), Baby, You Ain't Looking Right (Powersolo)

    • International Airdates:
      Canada: October 24, 2011 on Citytv
      Australia: November 1, 2011 on 11
      UK: November 7, 2011 on FX/FX HD
      Portugal: November 13, 2011 on FOX
      Finland: June 11, 2013 on Sub

  • Allusions

    • Violet: Great. So we're the Addams Family now.
      Referencing the creepy clan later known as the Addams Family. They began with a 1938 New Yorker cartoon, whose characters frequently reappeared (and evolved) over the next several decades. In 1964, the cartoon was made into a live-action TV series. Cancelled in 1966, the series went into syndication. It was later remade (twice) as a TV cartoon series and was the subject of two theatrical movies and one direct-to-video release.

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