Scream Queens S2Ep3: Handidate Review/Recap

  • Starring: Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, John Stamos, Abigail Breslin, Kristie Aleen, Keke Palmer, Billie Lourd, Taylor Lautner, Lea Michele, James Earl, Glen Powell, Neicy Nash
  • Network: City
  • Genre: Comdey-horror, Fiction

Unfortunately the episode isn’t off to a good start. At least not for Chad’s friend, Randal, who barely has enough time to celebrate the fact that his uncontrollably anxiety attacks that caused him to scream at anything and everything, as been cured, before he is slashed to death by the Green Horned Demon.

The institute has a new patient, a woman who suffers from uncontrollable, and spontaneous orgasms, while Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis), and the Chanel’s prove that they have their morals in order. Refusing to go to the cops, Munsch decides to dump Chanel #5’s (Abigail Breslin) wart covered boyfriend into the swamp for fear that her medical centre will be shut down if the word got out that a serial killer was killing her patients. Munsch and the Chanel’s go to visit Hester (Lea Michele) to get information on who the killer is, but Hester remains tight lipped on the matter until she gets a transfer to Munsch’s Cure Institute.

Dr. Holt (John Stamos) is under suspicion for being the Green Horned Killer, all because of his donated hand from a serial killer, though Munsch could really care less, and her solution is just get him another hand, which Chad is more then willing to help with. Chad (Glen Powell) and Holt continue to fight for Chanel’s (Emma Roberts) affections, and the competition between the two always circles back to the bathrooms, and the comparisons between their junk.

Chanel #3 (Billie Lourd) confesses to Dr. Cassidy (Taylor Lautner) that she’s never had an orgasm after seeing their new patient suffer from them. Flattered by her openness, Cassidy also opens up about his deepest secret, and it is that, he is dead.

Zayday (Keke Palmer) catches a lead on the killer’s identity, ruling out anyone who is outside the age of thirty. Who does this leave has a suspect; the pregnant woman’s (seen in first episode) child, Cassidy, Chamberlain, and Chad, who was revealed to have repeated a grade eight years in a row, bring him up to the age of thirty.

In a desperate attempt to beat out Holt for the affections of Chanel, Chad asks her to sign a prenup, which is his version of a marriage proposal. Overcome with joy, Chanel puts together every last detail for the wedding but is stood up at the alter when Chad fails to appear. But has blood drips from the ceiling, a dead Chad breaks through, and lands on the alter. And while it seemed Holt was ruled out of the killer competition, he was the last one to be seen with Chad. Could Holt actually be the killer, or did he only kill Chad because he was in the way of Holt gaining Chanel’s love for himself?

And finally, it seemed that the Cure Institute had cured it’s first patient without them being brutally murder. But right when Zayday, and Chamberlain (James Earl) were escorting Orgasm Lady out of the institute, the Green Horned Demon throws his blade, and decapitates her. Slashing at Chamberlain, the Green Horned Demon refuses to kill Zayday, and runs off. Is it possible that the killer is related to Zayday? Unfortunately for the hospital, before Orgasm Lady was killed she had made a phone call to the local news station praising the hospital for curing her, and staging an interview to take place. But now that she’s dead, an explaination for her disappearance will have to be answered.

Find out how Munsch, and the Chanel’s will handle the sticky mess next week.

Catch Scream Queens Tuesday’s on City at 9PM.

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4 thoughts on “Scream Queens S2Ep3: Handidate Review/Recap

      1. You’re rather unique. You read books and watch series and review both with the same gusto. Impressive. I wouldn’t know how to review something I watched if my life depended on it


      2. 😊 I try to do my best. But reviews have been a little slow lately, due to work, and school. But I’m trying to set up a good schedule, that allows me to get 1 or 2 reviews up during the week, and the rest on the weekend. Book reviews have definitely been moved to the week end LOL. It’s taking me forever to finish this book, not because it’s bad, but because I’m so busy. Which is why I’m happy all the Fall shows are back, so that way I have something going up.


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