'American Horror Story: 1984' Episode 5 spoilers tease Richard Ramirez unleashing his Satanism as Xavier cries about his face

Episode 4 ending revealed some very crucial elements about Richard Ramirez's capability but Xavier has his priorities sorted.


                            'American Horror Story: 1984' Episode 5 spoilers tease Richard Ramirez unleashing his Satanism as Xavier cries about his face

This article contains spoilers for Season 9, Episode 4.

Looks like 'American Horror Story: 1984' has finally listened to their fans' earnest pleas and given then the cold-blooded Satanist that real-life Richard Ramirez was, through Zach Villa's portrayal of the character on the show. And after that very confusing ending of episode 4, the official; promo for next week's episode 5 is to be thanked for that.

Ramirez, who is at Camp Redwood's grounds to murder Brooke Thompson under his lover Montana's demands, can be seen facing off he show's other killer this season, Mr. Jingles in tonight's episode. Mr. Jingles manages to overpower him and stabs the back of his neck against a pointy branch sticking out of one of the trees, where they were fighting each other, leaving him to die. Yet, right at the end of the episode, Ramirez's body falls to the ground and levitates into thin air - his arms spread out wide, as his eyes turn pitch black and he comes back to life.



 

A lot of viewers have suggested that the Satanist to the core was able to respawn, meaning there is no killing him off or otherwise. And they aren't wrong, as the trailer for the next episode shows him trying to manipulate the only witness of his comeback - Angelica Ross's fake-Nurse Rita. The next episode shows Ramirez telling Rita how there is darkness inside everyone, including her, and the scene cuts to a flashback of her opening a door to a room and screaming at something she finds inside. 

In other areas, Mr. Jingles can be seen choking Margaret, after she told him how she framed him for the first round of murders in tonight's episode. So there's yet another face-off between the two to come. And Brooke, on the other hand, will be crying to Montana about how she wished she never came to this camp, to which the blonde replies by smacking her in the face and knocking her out, before whispering 'It will all be over soon." The only person with their priorities set seems to be Xavier, who upon finding out who burnt his face, just cries about how he will never be able to be on the cover of TV Guide. Fun times!

'American Horror Story: 1984' returns with episode 5, next Wednesday at 10pm only on FX.

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