***SPOILER ALERT! IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE AHS FINAL STOP READING NOW!!!***
Surprise b*tch, Ryan Murphy FINALLY chose a Supreme!
Okay…before that happened, death, destruction and Stevie Nicks singing The Seven Wonders occurred—which was pretty kick ass!
Miss Robichaux's Academy was transformed into an epic testing ground for the four remaining witches—Misty (Lily Rabe), Zoe (Taissa Farmiga), Madison (Emma Roberts) and Queenie (Gabourey Sidibe).
So the games begun, and on a pretty level playing field!
But then, swamp goddess Misty couldn't bring herself back from hell, forcing the girls to move on to the next test—where the remaining three took a stab (literally) at a game of teleportation tag.
This test left Zoe accidentally empaled on a fence post, which we really couldn't feel that bad about considering Myrtle Snow warned her about acting like a child!
Since Zoe didn't technically die while performing one of the Seven Wonders, Cordelia ordered Queenie to bring the fallen witch back using her powers, to which she couldn't!
After demanding Madison prove herself in that same way, she revived a dead fly instead of her sister witch and vowed that she was the new Supreme!
Myrtle (before insisting to be burned at the stake) realized that Cordelia had royal blood in her this entire time because of her mother Fiona!
Delia whizzed through the tests, Kyle strangled Madison to death, Zoe was brought back to life, and the new Supreme was crowned!
The end of the episode was sweet and meaningful as Fiona (who we totes thought was Axeman dead) came back to pass away in her daughter's arms—giving complete power of the coven to Supreme Cordelia!
We thought the witchy madness was wrapped up nicely, as witches all over the world were now seen as cool and not a total threat to society!
Happy ending for a change, no?!
What did U think of the ending to American Horror Story: Coven?!
Did it live up to all of your witchin' fantasies???
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