This week''s episode of FX''s S04E05 "Private School" was another fantastic piece to add to the ongoing repertoire of an amazing season so far. We get to see the many faces of our strange vampire family and many instances of roleplay among them. It''s a fun and biting episode that will leave you feeling ashamed for laughing at their shenanigans.
First off, sometimes I find storylines where everyone is involved hard to accept, I mean, most times, there are several stories going n at the same time, this one was one main antagonist for everyone: Baby Colin (Mark Proksch) who is now on his difficult journey of not leaving anyone alone I remember remember I used to know a pair of siblings like that, they were nicknamed "The Tsunamis," because they would destroy anything on their wake. Anyway, Baby Colin has now become unbearable, and what is
So after Sean finds baby Colin destroying his yard, they find a solution: send him to private school. It turns out that Sean knows someone in the school and gives them an interview with the principal. Things don''t turn out as expected, or perhaps it seems nothing was achieved due to the fact that they had absolutely no plans whatsoever or a background story about Colin or their family. Laszlo (Matt Berry) and Nadja (Natasia Demetriou) kept reminding me of, despite the fact that
Between their roles and Nandor''s (Kayvan Novak) need to alter his appearances through the Djinn (Anoop Desai) he had a different face on each single take. This has to be one of my favorite moments on. That, and we also discover Guillermo (Harvey Guillen) is doing the same, which appears to be a recipe for disaster. They have the money to fix the house, but no one does anything and the house is still
This episode of this genre was fantastic, and I can only imagine that it will be more fun when we watch it. It was funny, but it was also a sign of some excellent writing. Next week, it looks like a "vampire wedding" (uh-oh) will be on the way when FX''s returns.
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