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#201 : Bienvenue à Briarcliff

     

Réalisation: Bradley Buecker -  Scénario: Tim Minear

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En 1964, Kit Walker est admis au manoir Briarcliff, un asile dirigé par l'église catholique, après avoir été accusé d'être Bloody Face, un tueur en série qui porte un masque composé de peau humaine. Lana Winters est une jeune journaliste qui veut enquêter sur le lieu et son nouvel arrivant. Elle s'oppose notamment à Sister Jude qui est décidée à tout faire pour l'en empêcher. Sister Jude pense aussi que le Docteur Arthur Arden commet des actes répréhensibles au sein de l'établissement psychiatrique, mais ne peut le prouver. Enfin, en 2012, un jeune couple (Leo et Teresa) se rend à Briarcliff, qui est maintenant abandonné.

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Titre VO
Welcome To Briarcliff

Titre VF
Bienvenue à Briarcliff

Première diffusion
17.10.2012

Première diffusion en France
06.04.2013

Vidéos

AHS Episode 201- "Welcome to Briarcliff" Promo

AHS Episode 201- "Welcome to Briarcliff" Promo

  

Photos promo

Soeur Mary Eunice (Lily Rabe)

Soeur Mary Eunice (Lily Rabe)

Teresa (Jenna Dewan)

Teresa (Jenna Dewan)

Leo (Adam Levine)

Leo (Adam Levine)

Kit Walker (Evan Peters) est emmené au Manoir Briarcliff

Kit Walker (Evan Peters) est emmené au Manoir Briarcliff

La journaliste Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson) prend des notes

La journaliste Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson) prend des notes

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Etats-Unis (inédit)
Mercredi 17.10.2012 à 22:00
3.85m / 2.2% (18-49)

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Résumé long de l'épisode 201 " Welcome to Briarcliff"

 

Aujourd’hui

 Briarcliff

Un couple de jeunes mariés explore un institut psychiatrique abandonné à Briarcliff. Leo (Adam Levine) et Theresa (Jenna Dewan Tatum) visitent les 12 lieux les plus hantés d’Amérique pour leur lune de miel car elle adore les histoires d’horreur.

 

Selon les informations sur le smartphone de la jeune épousée, le Briarcliff Manor a été construit en 1908 pour traiter des malades atteints de tuberculose. 46 000 personnes y sont mortes.

 

L'église catholique a acheté l'endroit en 1962 et l’a transformé en un asile pour criminels aliénés. Le résident le plus célèbre était un tueur en série nommé "Bloody Face" ("visage sanglant"). Et il est d’ailleurs représenté parmi les graffitis qui recouvrent aujourd’hui les murs du bâtiment.

 

Les amoureux entrent dans une salle où étaient administrés les électrochocs et commencent à faire l’amour, mais ils s'arrêtent pour poursuivre leurs investigations quand ils entendent un bruit.

 

Leo passe sa main à travers le guichet d’une porte verrouillée pour prendre une photo. Sur l'écran numérique on voit une forme bouger et il crie. Quand il s'éloigne de la porte, son bras a été arraché.

 

1964

 

Station-service

Kit Walker (Evan Peters) sert de l’essence à une famille juste avant de fermer la station-service où il travaille. Il range la caisse quand il entend un bruit. Il va voir qui est là et les lumières s'éteignent. Il s’agit seulement de son ami Billy (Joe Engender) avec deux autres garçons. Ils veulent emprunter le revolver de Kit pour effrayer un jeune homme de couleur. Kit refuse.

 

Billy prend une bouchée d'une barre de chocolat, et fait un commentaire provoquant à caractère raciste avant de partir avec ses deux acolytes.

 

Chez Kit

Kit rentre chez lui près de sa femme, Alma (Britne Oldford), qui est noire. Il met son alliance qu’il laisse chez lui pour aller travailler. Il veut dire à tout le monde qu’ils sont mariés, mais elle ne pense pas que ce soit une bonne idée étant donné les mentalités actuelles.

Ils font l’amour.

 

Pendant que sa femme prépare le dîner, Kit voit des lumières à l'extérieur. Il sort avec son fusil de chasse pensant que c'est Billy. Soudain il y a une lumière aveuglante émanant du ciel, et il entend sa femme appeler au secours dans la maison.

 

 

Il se précipite à l'intérieur et trouve l'endroit saccagé. Sa femme n’est pas là. La lumière blanche pénètre dans la maison et un bruit strident se fait entendre. Il tombe au sol et les fenêtres volent en éclat.

Le bruit s'arrête pendant une seconde, puis les choses commencent à voler au plafond. Soudain, le bruit revient et il est lui aussi attiré au plafond, puis l’attraction cesse et il tombe sur le plancher. Pendant quelques secondes il semble examiné par des extra-terrestres.

 

A l’asile

Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson) va faire un reportage sur une boulangerie à Briarcliff pour la Gazette.

Une femme mentalement et physiquement handicapée nommée Pepper (Naomi Grossman) approche Lana avec une rose. Lana pense qu'elle est inoffensive, mais Sœur Mary Eunice (Lily Rabe) explique qu'elle a noyé le bébé de sa sœur et tranché ses oreilles.

Sœur Mary Eunice mène Lana à l'intérieur de l'asile et prend l’escalier surnommé le "Stairway to Heaven" pour la conduire à Sœur Jude (Jessica Lange).

 

Quand elles entrent dans le bureau de Sœur Jude, celle-ci est en train de raser la tête de Shelley (Chloe Sevigny). Shelley proclame qu’elle sera toujours aussi « chaude », peu importe ce que Sœur Jude pourra lui faire.

 

Sœur Jude explique que Shelley a été diagnostiquée comme une nymphomane, mais qu’elle n’en croit rien. « La maladie mentale est l'explication à la mode pour le péché » selon elle.

 

Sœur Jude parle de Monseigneur Timothy Howard, comme un visionnaire qui croit dans les trois P : la productivité, la prière et la purification. Elle dit qu'ils ont de grands rêves pour l'endroit. Sur son bloc-notes, Lana écrit "quelque chose à cacher ?"

 

Sœur Mary Eunice entre dans le bureau avec des nouvelles de quelqu'un mais n’ose pas parler devant la journaliste. Lana devine qu’elle parle de "Bloody Face", qui va être admis à l’asile pour une évaluation psychiatrique pour son procès. Lana veut trois minutes avec lui, mais Sœur Jude refuse catégoriquement.

 

Tout l’asile semble réunit pour voir l’arrivée de "Bloody Face". C’est Kit Walker.

 

 

Kit est déshabillé, douché sans ménagement et attaché à un lit où on lui fait une piqure.

Sœur Jude lui dit de se repentir. Elle n’est pas convaincue pas son histoire de "petits hommes verts". Il dit que c’étaient des monstres, mais elle pense que les humains sont des monstres, et qu’il est un monstre. Sœur Jude lui demande s’il y avait une différence entre ses victimes selon la couleur de leur peau et il lui crache au visage. Elle le prévient qu’il va regretter d’avoir fait ça avant de commencer à le battre.

 

Kit arrive dans l'espace commun, avec des zébrures sur tout le dos et les jambes. On entend la chanson de sœur Sourire, "Dominique". Shelley s’approche immédiatement de lui pour lui faire des avances mais Kit s’en éloigne. Kit voudrait arrêter le tourne-disque mais une pensionnaire française le prévient qu’il n’a pas intérêt à faire ça.

 

Un détenu perturbé nommé Spivey (Mark Consuelos) reconnait en Kit "Bloody Face" et lui demande s'il a tué sa dernière victime parce qu'elle était noire, puis le frappe. Ils se battent tous les deux jusqu’à ce que Sœur Jude arrive et les interrompe avec un sifflement strident. Les gardes saisissent Kit et le frappent.

 

Dans sa cellule dans une camisole de force, Kit pense à sa femme. La française, Grace (Lizzie Brocheré), lui apporte de la nourriture et une cigarette. Elle lui révèle qu’elle a été accusée à tort d’avoir découpé sa famille. Kit lui dit être innocent lui aussi.

 

 

Dans une autre pièce Sœur Mary Eunice sanglote sur la mort d'un patient du nom de Willie traité par le Docteur Arthur Arden (James Cromwell).

Sœur Jude va voir le Dr Arden et exige d’avoir accès à son laboratoire, mais il n'est pas intimidé par elle. Quatre patients sont décédés sous sa supervision et elle demande où les corps sont passés (nous voyons dans un bref éclair quelqu'un qui mange goulûment une assiette de nourriture). Le médecin répond qu'ils ont été incinérés. Elle pense qu’il ment et l'avertit qu'elle a toujours gagné contre le pouvoir patriarcal.

 

 

Chez Lana

À la maison, Lana se passionne pour l’idée de percer les secrets de Briarcliff, et compte enquêter même sans l'aval de son patron. Sa petite-amie, Wendy (Clea DuVall), la soutient totalement. Elles sont toutes les deux très discrètes sur leur relation pour éviter un scandale qui pourrait notamment nuire à la carrière d’enseignante de Wendy.

 

 

A l’asile

Sœur Jude prépare un coq au vin, et met des dessous en dentelle rouge et du parfum sous sa robe de nonne pour dîner avec Mgr Timothy Howard (Joseph Fiennes). Elle lui demande où il a trouvé le Docteur Arden et partage ses préoccupations à son sujet.

Il lui prend la main et lui dit qu'il veut que l'institution devienne un lieu d’une telle renommée qu’il sera appelé à être cardinal et que partout où il ira, elle ira avec lui. Il est beaucoup plus progressiste qu’elle.

Elle s’imagine en train de se déshabiller puis de s’assoir sur lui. Pendant ce temps, Monseigneur lui dit de se soucier de ses propres affaires et de laisser le Docteur Arden s’occuper des siennes.

 

 

Sœur Mary Eunice a rejoint le Docteur Arden qui lui dit qu’"ils" ont besoin de viande. Puis on la voit à l'extérieur avec des seaux remplis de viande qu’elle laisse dans les bois. Elle se heurte à Lana, qui se demande où elle va si tard dans la nuit. Elle dit à Lana qu’elles ne doivent pas rester là et que Sœur Jude ne doit rien savoir.

 

Le Docteur Arden rend visite à Kit dans sa cellule et lui injecte quelque chose.

 

Aujourd’hui.

Theresa met un garrot sur le bras de Leo et tente de le ramener à la voiture. N’y arrivant pas elle veut aller chercher son téléphone dans la voiture, mais elle ne parvient pas à sortir de l'asile, toutes les issues sont bloquées.

 

 

1964

Sœur Mary Eunice conduit Lana dans un tunnel. Lana menace Sœur Mary Eunice, terrifiée, de tout dire à Sœur Jude si elle ne lui laisse pas cinq minutes pour fouiner dans l’asile.

 

Le Docteur Arden conduit Kit dans une de ses salles de thérapie.

 

Lana cherche "Bloody Face".

 

Sœur Jude patrouille dans l’asile.

 

Le Docteur Arden vante les vertus de la science à Kit.

 

Lana et Sœur Mary Eunice marchent à travers le quartier des hommes, où elles sont raillées par les patients. Un homme jette des excréments sur Sœur Mary Eunice qui s'enfuit, laissant Lana seule.

 

Le Docteur Arden espère que ça ne dérange pas Kit qu’il n’utilise pas d'anesthésique ; cela interfère avec ses résultats.

 

 

Lana continue d'explorer et se heurte à un infirmier prenant du bon temps avec Shelley. Ils conviennent qu’ils ne se sont pas vus. Shelley ne peut pas conduire Lana à Kit. Lana se cache dans une cellule vide quand Sœur Jude vient inspecter les cellules.

 

Le Docteur Arden a des cerveaux dans des bocaux dans son laboratoire et pense que le cerveau détient la clé de la psyché humaine.

 

Lana continue sa visite.

 

Le Docteur Arden relie Kit à sa machine et récite le rapport de police, qui détaille que la prétendue victime de Kit a été écorchée vive. Kit se souvient avoir été testé par les petits hommes verts. Et il voit sa femme qui l’appelle à l’aide. Le Docteur Arden trouve un renflement dans le cou de Kit et fait un prélèvement. L’examen du docteur semble rappeler à Kit son « expérience » avec les extra-terrestres. Le Docteur Arden sort une puce du cou de Kit, celle-ci est munie de pattes comme une araignée et s’enfuit.

 

Lana regarde dans une cellule d’isolement et est attrapée par un grand bras.

 

Plus tard, Sœur Jude blâme Sœur Mary Eunice pour avoir laissé Lana dans l’asile. Elle sort une de ses cannes, mais Sœur Mary Eunice dit qu'elle n'est pas assez grande et en prend une plus grande dans le placard, ne demandant qu'à être battue. Sœur Jude la renvoie.

 

Lana se réveille attachée à un lit avec Sœur Jude debout devant elle. Sœur Jude prétend qu’elle doit rester pour une longue convalescence suite à son accident. Lana dit avoir été attaquée et que quelqu'un va venir à sa recherche.

 

Sœur Jude rencontre la petite amie de Lana et la menace de dévoiler leur relation, sauf si elle fait une déclaration laissant Lana à sa garde. Terrifiée, Wendy signe.

 

Sœur Jude enferme Lana, lui promettant de la guérir de son homosexualité.

 

 

Sœur Jude prend les clés de la salle des hommes. Elle se tient devant la pièce où ont été attaqués Lana en 1964 et Leo aujourd’hui. Elle trouve le Docteur Arden en train de nettoyer avec un désinfectant. Il y a des rayures profondes par tout sur les murs. Elle pense que quelque chose a vécu là. Elle jure au Docteur Arden qu’elle va découvrir ce qu’il cache.

 

 

Aujourd’hui

Leo saigne lentement sur le sol de l'asile tandis que Theresa continue de chercher un moyen de sortir. Elle tourne et tombe sur un visage sanglant, les yeux exorbités, la peau déchirée, tenant un pic à glace.

 

 

[Fin de l'épisode]

(Present Day)

(Briarcliff)

(Outside)

Leo: Just look sexy, please.

Theresa: Come on.

Leo: You always look sexy. God, I'm so happy I married you. What are they going to do to me in there?

Theresa: If you stop taking pictures and come inside, we can find out. This place is amazing.

 

(A pair of newlyweds explore abandoned Briarcliff Manor.)

 

Leo: You think we're still going to want to bang each other when we're 80?

Theresa: Uh, you better. Otherwise I'm going to leave your ass.

Leo: Wait a minute. I'm the best you've ever had.

Theresa: Actually, there was this one guy...

Leo: Shut up. Shut up. You are so sexy.

Theresa: Come on. Let's go inside.

Leo: Last stop on the haunted honeymoon tour.

Theresa: Better make it good.

Both: Mm-hmm.

Leo: ♪ Here comes the bride ♪

 

(Inside the asylum)

Theresa: (reading up on it on a smartphone) Built in 1908, Briarcliff Manor was the largest tuberculosis ward on the East Coast. 46,000 people died here.

Leo: You think it's haunted?

Theresa: They shuttle the bodies out through an underground tunnel called "the death chute." We should totally do it in the death chute.

Leo: Oh, my God, you are so demented. I love you.

Theresa: What are we going to tell our kids about the honeymoon?

Leo: Tell them the truth. How we visited the 12 most haunted places in America and screwed our brains out in every single one.

Theresa: Or that Mommy's a horror freak and Daddy lives to make Mommy happy?

Leo: Mmm, he does.

Theresa: Mm-hmm. (They kiss.) Come on. Let's keep exploring.

Leo: All right. We got an hour before sunset. Let's make it quick.

Theresa: The Catholic Church bought this place in '62 and turned it into a sanitarium for the criminally insane. Legend has it that once you are committed at Briarcliff, you never got out. Their most famous resident was a serial killer.

Leo: Bloody Face. (The walls are covered in graffiti, including "Bloody Face.") (for the camera) Say "Bloody Face."

Theresa: Bloody Face.

Leo: Teresa! You got to see this penny chair.

(They find an old shock treatment room.)

Theresa: Oh-ho. Tie my down. I'm sick, Doctor. Can you help me?

Leo: I don't know. You seem to have a very bad case of morbid erotica.

Leo: Ready for your injection?

(They start having sex on the table.)

(They hear a noise.)

Theresa: What is that? What is that?

Leo: I don't... um...

Theresa: What is that? Let's go see.

Leo: No, no, no, no...

Theresa: Come on. No, come on. Let's go.

Leo: You're killing me.

Theresa: Promise I'll make it up to you.

Leo: No, you swear we're coming back. Promise me we're coming back.

Theresa: I promise, I promise.

Leo: Okay.

Theresa: Maybe it's Bloody Face.

Leo: Maybe it's just old pipes.

Theresa: You can totally put it in my ass right now.

Leo: Wow.

Theresa: Oh, come on. I can't see.

(She wants to see through an access panel on a locked door.)

Leo: Hey, take it easy. Take it easy.

Theresa: What, you scared? Pussy.

Leo: So tight. Oh, my God!

Theresa: What? What? What?Oh, you are such a prick. You are such a prick.

Leo: Speaking of which...

Theresa: No, I want to know what's in there. Do it again and I'll blow you.

Leo: Give me your phone.

(Leo sticks his hand through an access panel on a locked door to snap a picture. Something flashes in front of the screen and he screams. When he pulls away from the door, his arm has been ripped off.)

 

-[OPENING CREDITS]-

 

(1964)

(Service station.)

Kit (pump attendant): That'll be three dollars even.

Driver: 30 cents a gallon. You think because you're out here in the toolies you can gouge people?

Kit: I don't set the prices, sir.

Driver: Kids get a coloring book?

Kit: Yeah, that be Texaco.

Driver’s wife: Come on, Jack. I just want to go home.

Kit: Whoa. Nice. Drive safely. Asshole.

(Kit closes up the service station.)

 

(Radio:

♪ Do-da-do-do, bow, bow ♪

♪ Do-da-do-do, bow, bow ♪

♪ Do-do-da-do ♪

♪ There goes my baby ♪

♪ Moving on down the line ♪

♪ Wondering where, wondering where ♪

♪ Wondering where she is bound ♪

♪ I broke her heart ♪

♪ And made her cry ♪

♪ Now I belong ♪)

 

(Kit hears a noise.)

Kit: Sign says closed.

 

(Radio :

♪ What did I do? ♪

♪ There goes my baby ♪

♪ Whoa-oh-oh ♪

♪ There goes my baby ♪

♪ There ♪

♪ There goes my baby, oh-oh-oh.... ♪)

 

(He goes to investigate and the lights go out.)

 

Billy: Boo! (Kit sees Billy with a couple other guys.)

Kit: Christ, Billy! Trying to get killed? Do you know what I keeps in this cabinet?

Billy: Look anything like this? (a gun)

Kit: Geez, give me...Give me that.

Billy: Oh, oh, oh, oh, Ooh! We just want to borrow it. Nigger try to mess with Randy's little sister.

Kit: Are you guys insane?

Billy: Come on, Kit. We're just gonna scare him, come with us.

Kit: I'm not going with you guys. And neither is the gun. So, just leave.

Billy: How much is Al paying you these days? I hear you got yourself a maid. That's what I hear anyway. (Billy takes a bite of a chocolate bar.) Mmm. Chocolate.

(They leave, Kit stays alone.)

 

(Kit returns home to his wife, who is black.)

Kit: Something smells good, Mrs. Walker.

Alma: I'm not to you putting those two words together. But I like it, Mr. Walker.

(They kiss.)

Both: Aw.

Alma: So, how are you?

Kit: Good. How are you?

Alma: I'm good.

(He slips on the wedding ring he hides at home.)

Kit: Let's do it, babe. Let's tell everyone. Come on. We didn't commit a crime. We drove to Provincetown and got married. Your family, my folks - they should know.

Alma: The world will change one day.

Kit: The world is wrong.

Alma: We need to keep it a secret.

Kit: Baby... it makes me feel like I can't protect my own family.

Alma: The roast is just about ready.

Kit: That's not what I'm hungry for. (They get in bed.) I can't take... damn it... Oh, babe.

Alma: I hope you like your beef tough and dry because that's what I want for dinner tonight.

Kit: The first course was delicious.

 

♪ Showing off their silver leaves ♪

♪ As we walked by ♪

 

(They kiss.)

Both: Mmm.

 

♪ Soft kisses on a summer's day ♪

 

Kit: Where you going?

Alma :To make you dinner.

Kit: Okay.

 

♪ They say that all good things must end ♪

♪ ...someday ♪

 

(Kit sees lights outside.)

Kit: Shit! Alma, you stay in the kitchen no matter what, you hear me?

(He goes out with his shotgun to investigate.)

Kit: I know you're out here, Billy. Stop playing games.

(There's a bright white light in the sky.)

Alma: Kit!

Kit: Alma!

(He runs inside.)

Alma: Help me! Help me!

Kit: Alma!

(The place is trashed.)

Kit: Alma, answer me! Where are you?

(White light everywhere, along with an ear splitting noise.)

Kit: Aah!

(Windows shatter, the noise stops for a second, then things start to fly to the ceiling. Suddenly, he's yanked up to the ceiling, too, and the noise returns.)

(Kit is probed by little green men.)

 

(Asylum)

(Main entrance)

Lana: (to the guard)Lana Winters from the Gazette. I'm doing a story on your bakery, and I have an appointment with Sister Jude.

 

(Garden, a mentally and physically handicapped woman approaches Lana with a rose.)

Pepper: Play with me! Play with me!

(Lana pricked her finger with a thorn.)

Lana: Ow!

Sister Mary Eunice : Pepper, leave the lady alone.

Lana: Oh, it's fine. She was only trying to make friends. It was harmless.

Sister Mary Eunice : She's not harmless. She drowned her sister's baby and sliced his ears off. Follow me, miss.

(Sister Mary Eunice leads Lana inside the asylum.)

Patient : No! No! I don't want to go to bed!

Sister Mary Eunice : Sister Jude calls this her "stairway to heaven."

Patient : Leave me alone!

Sister Mary Eunice : A lady reporter...!

(Sister Judes’s office. Sister Jude is shaving Shelley's head.)

Sister Jude : Told you I would come find you, Sister Mary Eunice. Brush yourself off, Shelley.

Shelley : Do you think I'm full of shame and regret for what I've done now, Sister? You could shave me bald as a cue ball, and I'll still be the hottest tamale in this joint.

Sister Jude : (to Sister Mary Eunice) Take her to the common room so the others can witness her newfound immaculacy. And next time, knock. (to Lana) Remind me of your name.

Lana: Lana. Lana Winters. Can I ask what Shelley did? I assume you were punishing her for something.

Sister Jude : I assumed you were here to do a story on our bakery.

Lana: Oh, believe me, no one loves that molasses bread more than I do. I toast it for my breakfast every single morning.

Sister Jude : Shelley was brought to us having been given the preposterous diagnosis by a psychiatrist comparing her to a wood nymph.

Lana: You mean a nymphomaniac?

Sister Jude : Just more nonsense from the charlatans. That young woman is a victim of her own lust. There's no other name for it. Mental illness is the fashionable explanation for sin. You said your name's Lana? After the movie star? Now there's a train wreck of a soul. Jennifer Jones, however, there's a true lady. You've seen Song of Bernadette?

Lana: Oh, it's a classic.

Sister Jude : Yeah.

Lana: But at Briarcliff, I hear you're the true star.

Sister Jude : Oh, no, not me. The monsignor, Timothy Howard. He's the real visionary. Sit down. You make me nervous. You know what this place was just two years ago? A hellhole!

Lana: And I'm told the bakery was your idea.

Sister Jude : It was, but it was based on his philosophy. Well, write it down. He believes the tonic for a diseased mind lies in the three "P"s: productivity, prayer, and purification. The bakery's just the tip of the iceberg. Oh, we have such dreams for this place.

Lana: Are all your patients remanded here by the state?

Sister Jude : Not all. The monsignor's a man of charity. You know where most of our wards come from? The ghetto.

(Sister Mary Eunice enters.)

Sister Mary Eunice : They said to tell you that the... Oh, I didn't knock. I'm sorry, Sister.

Sister Jude : You were sent to tell me what?

Sister Mary Eunice : Sent to tell you...

Sister Jude : What?

Sister Mary Eunice : (whispering)The bad person will arrive any minute.

Sister Jude : Thank you, Sister. Well, are we ready for our bakery tour?

Lana: She's talking about the maniac, the killer of those women, isn't she? Bloody Face.

Sister Jude : Bloody Face?

Lana: An eyewitness caught a glimpse of him leaving one of the crime scenes wearing a mask, which appeared to be made of human flesh. I heard he's going to be admitted here today. Is there any way I can meet him?

Sister Jude : You're not in the least bit interested in our good works.

Lana: Our town's in a collective panic. This maniac is decapitating women, three of them so far.

Sister Jude : I see you for exactly who you are.

Lana: Three minutes. Give me three minutes with him, and I swear to God I will write an amazing...

Sister Jude : Swear to God?! It's rich coming from you.

Lana: People want to understand what's in the mind of someone like him.

Sister Jude : There's not a pious bone in your body.

Lana: Where's the harm in that?

Sister Jude : You're out of your depth, Miss Lana Banana. You want a story? Write this down. Your killer is being turned over to us by the authorities until it is determined whether he is fit to stand trial.

(The asylum watches as Bloody Face is brought in: it's Kit Walker.)

(Kit is stripped, showered, de-liced and strapped to a bed.)

Sister Jude : It's an ordeal, I know - our check-in procedures. Though, not a patch on what you put your victims through.

Kit: Sister, I didn't kill anybody.

Sister Jude : The guards have given you over to my care. Not for correction, but for storage while they weigh your fate. This is not a meat locker. Here, you will repent for your crimes to the only judge that matters: the Almighty God.

Kit: There is no God. Not a God who would create the things I saw.

Sister Jude : Your story about little green men? No, never will do here.

Kit: They weren't human. They were monsters.

Sister Jude : All monsters are human. You're a monster. I wonder... did her dark meat slide off the bone any easier than your other victims? (He spits in her face.) You're gonna wish you hadn't done that. (She beats him.)

 

(Kit walks out into the common area, with welts all over his back and legs.)

♪ Dominique-nique-nique s'en allait tout simplement ♪

♪ Routier, pauvre et chantant ♪

♪ En tous chemins, en tous lieux, ♪

♪ Il ne parle que du Bon Dieu ♪

♪ Il ne parle que du Bon Dieu ♪

 

Patient : Ass munch!

Shelley : Ooh, Sister Jude is on the warpath!

Kit: Hey, stop it!

Shelley : Can't make the welts go away, but I can make you forget you had 'em.

Kit: The nurse already gave me a salve.

Shelley : A salve can't cure you like I can... in your session in the hydrotherapy room with me. I speak French... and Greek.

Kit: Will you beat it?!

Shelley : He's mine. He's mine!

 

♪ Il ne parle que du Bon Dieu ♪

♪ Certains jours un hérétique, ♪

♪ Par des ronces le conduit ♪

♪ Mais notre père Dominique ♪

♪ Par sa joie le convertit ♪

 

Kit: I can't take this.

 

♪ S'en allait tout simplement... ♪

 

French patient : Don't touch that. (to touch the record player) Any one of them will sell you out. They get a piece of candy, you get another five welts on your ass. It's a rule. As long as the common room is open, the song plays. There's a rule for everything here. I learned them all the hard way, trust me.

Kit: Why should I trust you?

French patient : Because I'm not crazy.

Patient : Hey, Bloody Face, you're him, right? You must be the most dangerous man here. I heard you skinned them alive. The last one, a colored girl. I guess you didn't like her color. (He punches Kit.)

Patients : Fight, fight, fight!

French patient : Get off of him!

Patients : Fight, fight, fight, fight, fight, fight!

(Kit fights him off and is beating him when Sister Jude comes in and breaks things up by blowing her shrill whistle.)

Kit: He started it.

♪ Dominique-nique-nique s'en allait tout simplement ♪

Kit: No. No!

 

(In his cell in a straight jacket, Kit thinks of his wife. The French woman brings him food and a cigarette.)

French patient : Psst! Hey, you gotta eat.

Kit: How'd you get back here?

French patient : Kitchen detail. I volunteered. Here.

Kit: Why are you being so nice to me?

French patient : What you put out into the world comes back to you.

Kit: So what'd you put out into the world to get locked up in a place like this?

French patient :They say I chopped up my family. You gonna ask?

Kit: Did you?

French patient : No. Did you murder your wife?

Kit: No, I'm not crazy.

French patient : That's unfortunate. They decide you're sane, you're going someplace way worse than this.

Kit: What could be worse than this?

French patient : You think it's bad not having a chair? Just think of the one they'll strap you into. (They hear a noise.) I'll try to come back later.

Kit: Hey! What's your name?

French patient : Grace.

 

(In another room. Sister Mary Eunice cries.)

Sister Mary Eunice : He's gone. Willie's gone. There was a medical emergency last night. I didn't even know he was sick.

Sister Jude : Why wasn't I informed?

Sister Mary Eunice : Dr. Arden asked to have him taken directly t-to his wing.

 

(Sister Jude confronts Dr Arden.)

Sister Jude : I demand you give me access to your laboratory.

Dr. Arden : When the monsignor brought me out of retirement to run Briarcliff's medical unit, we made a gentlemen's agreement.

Sister Jude : Curious, since only one of you is a gentleman. Please look at me when I speak to you.

Dr. Arden : I'm not one of your charges, Sister, quaking in my boots. Do you have any idea what this is?

Sister Jude : It's a plant. A little Elena.

Dr. Arden : This particular strain of Alstroemeria has never existed before. It was created by bombarding the plant with gamma rays. It is an affirmation of the power of science over nature.

Sister Jude : Your little mutation doesn't change the fact that in order for this institution to thrive, I need to manage your operation.

Dr. Arden : Sister... if you could manage to stay out of my business, I'll try and stay out of yours.

Sister Jude : Let's discuss another matter : the patients, four of them, including Willie last night, have disappeared under your supervision.

Dr. Arden : They died.

Sister Jude : That's it? Period? No explanation.

Dr. Arden : Patients committed here suffer not only diseases of the mind, but also of the body.

Sister Jude : Where are the bodies?

(We see a brief flash of someone ravenously eating a plate of food.)

Dr. Arden : Cremated. Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. Cause of death documented in their death certificates.

Sister Jude : I find it interesting that of all the patients that died since you've been here, none have family. No one to grieve or to ask questions. I think you're lying. And in time, whatever it is you're hiding will come to see the light of day. I've dealt with bigger monsters than you, Doctor. Let me give you fair warning: I'll always win against the patriarchal male.

Dr. Arden : Bully for you.

 

(Lana’s home)

Lana: I am telling you, Wendy, that battle-axe has secrets. Under all that piousness and fidelity... there's a real darkness. Getting high before dinner?

Wendy : Friends Makes your food taste better. If your gut says there's a story, then there is. Blow the lid off the place like Maisel did with "Bedlam 1946." Get yourself a Pulitzer. Problem is... your editor won't let you do it.

Lana: Emmerman's an asshole. He thinks that Canada geese leaving Chicopee a month early is a Column "A" story, and he wants me to write the cooking column.

Wendy : Your cooking is horrible.

Lana: Why do you think I never eat it? I'm not doing this for Emmerman. I write it on my own, and I get it out to Life or Look. This is my shot.

Wendy : I know, baby, and I am behind you 100%. If you need to take some time off to get this story done, I want you to do it.

(Wendy avoids Lana who wants to kiss her.)

Wendy: The blinds are open.

Lana: No one can see. The pot's making you paranoid.

Wendy : You think the PTA is going to be cool if they find out a dyke is teaching little Bobby and Suzie science? I mean, I have to fight to get evolution on the curriculum.

Lana: You're right. I'm sorry. (They kiss.) Anything I do in my life, I can do because you love me.

Wendy : I know, baby. So how are you gonna get in?

(Asylum)

(Sister Jude prepares a special dinner of coq au vin.)

Sister Jude : Hail, Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee.

Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.

Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death.

(She puts on a lacy red slip and perfume under her habit to dine with Monsignor Timothy Howard.)

Mgr Howard : You are a rara avis, Sister Jude.

Sister Jude : What does that mean?

Mgr Howard : It means "rare bird." In Latin.

Sister Jude : And it's a compliment or a criticism?

Mgr Howard : It's a compliment. Most women of the cloth feel they have to deny all sensory life when they take their vows.

Sister Jude : No. (She doesn’t want wine.) I've renounced spirits.

Mgr Howard : Are you sure? Your cooking reveals an almost decadent palate.

Sister Jude : "Decadent." Is that a subtle reprimand, Father?

Mgr Howard : Oh, you know me better than that. I always say what I mean. I'd appreciate the same from you.

Sister Jude : As usual, you've seen right through me, Father. When you put me in charge here, I thought your faith in me was based on our mutually shared vision of madness as a spiritual crisis, an absence of God.

Mgr Howard : That remains true.

Sister Jude : I want to know where you found... Dr. Arden. He is not a man of God.

Mgr Howard : The Church approved him. He was sent here by people better equipped to judge his godliness than you.

Sister Jude : Say what you will, your rare bird has a nose for rodents.

Mgr Howard : You mustn't be so fearful. It was God, after all, who created both science and Heaven. God put the idea in a doctor's head to create the antibiotic that cured tuberculosis. These are amazing times, if you just look at it in another light.

Sister Jude : There is no other light.

Mgr Howard : We're literally almost on the moon. Our dear departed John F. Kennedy, a Catholic, was elected President. This is a time when anything can happen, if someone wants it enough.

Sister Jude : But what on earth do we want, if not to save souls?

Mgr Howard : Here's... what I want. I want this institution to become a place of such promise and renown that we are asked to be Cardinal of New York.

Sister Jude : "We?"

Mgr Howard : Wherever I go, you go. You're my right hand. You'll become Mother Superior, overseeing thousands of nuns who will address you as "Reverend Mother." And then, with God and you on my side... I see no reason why I couldn't ascend to the office of first Anglo-American Pope. You'd enjoy Rome. Wouldn't you, Sister?

(She imagines stripping down to her lacy underthings and climbing on top of him.)

Mgr Howard : I need you to be a team player. The doctor needs full oversight of his domain. You... look after yours.

 

(Dr. Arden’s lab)

Sister Mary Eunice : Can you hear them? They sound like they're getting hungrier.

Dr. Arden : It's to be expected. The weather's changing. They'll need some meat.

Sister Mary Eunice : What are they?

Dr. Arden : Do you trust me? (She nods.)Good.

(Sister Mary Eunice heads outside with buckets and leaves them in the woods. She runs into Lana.)

Lana: You're always in such a hurry, Sister. Why are you out so late at night? Sister Mary Eunice : Oh, please don't tell Sister Jude.

Lana: What is that? Some kind of animal?

Sister Mary Eunice : We can't stay here. We have to go. Ugh...

 

(Dr Arden visits Kit in his cell.)

Kit: Grace? Ah!

Dr. Arden : All right, son. You shouldn't be locked in here. Not when there's so much to do. (Arden injects him with something.)

 

 

(Back in the present)

(Theresa puts a tourniquet on Leo's arm.)

Leo : Am I bleeding out?

Theresa : We got to get you back into town. It's only five miles away. Leo! Leo? Don't fall asleep. Come on, baby. Can you make it to the car? (She tries to drag him to the car.) Come on... Oh! Where's your phone? Is that in your car? Leo! Okay, I'll be right back. (She runs to get his phone from the car, but finds every way out of the asylum is barred or locked.)

 

 

(1964)

(Asylum)

(Sister Mary Eunice leads Lana through her tunnel shortcut in the woods.)

Sister Mary Eunice :This way. Hurry.

Lana: What is this place?

Sister Mary Eunice :It's my shortcut from the woods.

Lana: What were you feeding out there? I guess I'll have to ask Sister Jude.

Sister Mary Eunice :Why? Why would you do that?

Lana: She scares you, doesn't she? She scares you to death. You let me look around for five minutes, and I won't tell Sister Horrible about your nighttime forays. Or your secret tunnel.

 

(Dr. Arden wheels Kit into one of his therapy rooms.)

Dr. Arden : Hello, Mr. Walker. I'm Dr. Arthur Arden. I run this institution.

Kit: I thought Sister Jude ran this place.

Dr. Arden : So does she.

 

(Sister Jude patrols the hall.)

 

(Sister Mary Eunice lets Lana look around.)

Sister Mary Eunice :Five minutes, and then you leave.

Lana: Scout's honor. Where are you keeping Bloody Face? Is he in here?

(Therapy room.)

Dr. Arden : There was a time when a fanatic like Sister Jude could have had me thrown in prison for my ideas, tortured. Maybe even castrated like Brother Abelard. These are not the Middle Ages, no matter how tightly the good sister and her brood try to hold on to their fairy tale. No. This is my time now. The time of science.

 

(Lana and Sister Mary Eunice walk through the men's ward.)

Sister Mary Eunice :Miss, please. Not in here. This is the men's ward.

Mr. Spivey : What's this? Two little chicks, looking for a place to roost?

Sister Mary Eunice : Back to bed, Mr. Spivey. You shouldn't be up.

Mr. Spivey : Oh, I'm up. I made a mess, Sister. You want to see it?

(One flicks feces on Sister Mary Eunice)

Sister Mary Eunice : I'll be right back, miss. Please don't go anywhere.

(She runs off, leaving Lana alone.)

Mr. Spivey : I got more for you, lady.

 

(Therapy room.)

Dr. Arden : I hope you don't mind if I don't use anesthetic. It interferes with my readings.

 

(Men's ward.)

Patient : Hey, lady!

(Lana continues to explore and runs into a male orderly being serviced by Shelley.)

Employee : You're not supposed to be in here.

Lana: I guess you better report me then. Unless nobody saw anything. (to Shelley) I'm sorry about your hair. Is this where they're keeping the maniac?

Shelley : Which one?

Lana: Kit Walker.

Shelley : No, he misbehaved. They took him to solitary. He'll have to play with himself for a while.

Lana: Solitary? Where's that? (They hear noise.)

(Lana hides in an empty cell when Sister Jude comes to inspect.)

Sister Jude : Alfred, get your hands out of your pants.

 

(Therapy room.)

Kit: Why are you doing this to me?

Dr Arden : The devil doesn't reside in hell, Mr. Walker. He lives right here in the frontal gyrus. The occipital lobes. Inside those beautiful brains lies the secret to understanding the darkness of the human psyche. And ten of them put together are not as dark as what resides right here, in this cute, blonde melon.

 

(Lana continues to explore.)

 

(Therapy room. Dr Arden hooks Kit up to his machine and recites from the police report.)

Dr Arden : "Victim was found naked. Preliminary findings indicate that the skinning occurred while the victim was still breathing."

(Kit remembers being probed by little green men and sees his wife.)

Alma: Kit!

Kit: Alma!

Alma: Help me!

Kit: Alma!

Dr Arden : You sliced her from the feet up. What did you do with the skin? I'm not here to pass judgment, Mr. Walker. I'm merely interested in methodology. Hello. What's this? (He finds a bulge in Kit's neck and slices it open.) Way too hard to be a tumor. (Dr Arden pulls out a microchip that immediately sprouts legs and crawls off.)

 

(Lana looks into a cell in solitary.)

Lana: Mr. Walker? Mr. Walker?

(She is grabbed by a large arm.)

 

(Later, Sister Jude chews out Sister Mary Eunice.)

Sister Jude : You've put everything at risk. Everything. Our reputation, the life's work of our great monsignor, all his future dreams.

Sister Mary Eunice : I used bad judgment, Sister.

Sister Jude : Bad judgment? Like eating too much cake? Is that what you mean, Sister?

Sister Mary Eunice : Miss Winters got me very confused.

Sister Jude : Maybe the sin is mine; maybe my faith in you was nothing but the sin of pride.

Sister Mary Eunice : No, you're not a sinner, Sister.

Sister Jude : I favored you. I coddled you. I refused to see what others saw. When they said you were stupid, I said no, simply, you were more pure than the others.

Sister Mary Eunice : It's not big enough, Sister. (She grabs a larger cane from the closet.) Punish me, Sister, please. I'm so weak and stupid, Sister. Stupid dummy.

Sister Jude : Stand up and get out. I don't have time for this.

Sister Mary Eunice : Too good to me, Sister.

Sister Jude : If I ever hear you call yourself stupid again, I'll cane you bloody.

 

(Lana wakes up strapped to a bed in a head brace with Sister Jude standing over her.)

Sister Jude : You're awake. I'm so relieved.

Lana: What's going on?

Sister Jude : You had an accident.

Lane Something attacked me.

Sister Jude : You writers, with your very fertile imagination. You took a tumble.

Lana: Get me out of this thing.

Sister Jude : No, no. You mustn't move. You've got a long recovery ahead of you.

Lana: You can't keep me here.

Sister Jude : No?

Lana: There are people who will come looking for me.

Sister Jude : Do you think so?

 

(Lana’s home.)

(Sister Jude meets with Lana's girlfriend.)

Wendy : You said she was hurt?

Sister Jude : While trespassing. You and Miss Winters have a charming home here, Miss Paisa, very cozy.

Wendy: I need to see her.

Sister Jude : But surely, you're not her family?

Wendy: Lana's parents don't speak to her anymore. I-I'm practically family. We're very close.

Sister Jude : Are you now?

Wendy : Like sisters.

Sister Jude : But point in fact, you're not sisters, are you, Miss Paisa? I mean, you have no legal standing.

Wendy : I have a moral standing.

Sister Jude : Moral? There's an interesting word. You're a... spinster, schoolteacher, I take it?

Wendy : I teach the third grade.

Sister Jude : Oh, I admire that. The molding of young minds is a sacred charge. You would never intentionally do anything to put these precious youngsters at risk?

Wendy : Of course not.

Sister Jude : So when you agreed to room with Miss Winters, you couldn't possibly have been aware of her... inversion?

Wendy: Inversion?

Sister Jude : I mean, you would never intentionally expose these little angels to a homosexual, would you?

 

(Asylum. Lana’s room.)

Sister Jude : We both know what that so-called monster in the closet really is, don't we, Miss Winters? That's why you've come. Because something in you knew that you needed help.

 

(Lana’s home.)

Wendy : Are you threatening me, Sister?

Sister Jude : It is I who have been threatened, young woman. Your friend gained access to my facility under false pretenses. She had no interest in our bakery. She wanted an inside look into a mental ward, and I intend to see that she gets it.

Wendy : You can't do this.

Sister Jude : Oh, yes, I can. I can do it either by exposing the shenanigans that took place in this love nest, or I can do it discreetly. She will, of course, receive the finest of care.

Wendy: I have no legal standing.

Sister Jude : You are a respected member of this community, at least for now. Your sworn statement along with our professional diagnosis is more than enough for a friendly judge to remand Miss Winters into my custody. It's a small town. A scandal will work just as well. You'll be ruined. You'll never step into a classroom again.

Wendy: Wait! Wait! (Terrified, Wendy signs it.)

 

(Asylum.)

(Lana’s room.)

Sister Jude : We're gonna slay that monster together-- you and I. Morning devotionals are at 6:00 a.m. sharp. No exceptions.

Lana: No! Let me out of here! Come back here, you bitch!

Sister Jude : Chin up. We're gonna get you cured.

Lana: Help me! (Sister Jude closes the door.)

Sister Jude : (to Sister Mary Eunice) Did you manage it?

Sister Mary Eunice : Yes, Sister Jude. (Sister Mary Eunice takes the keys to the men's ward.)

Lana: Help me!

Sister Mary Eunice : Though shalt not steal.

Sister Jude :Well, hopefully, that's the only commandment you had to break in order to get these.

Lana: Come back here!

 

(Sister Jude finds Dr Arden cleaning a room with disinfectant.)

Dr Arden : Ah, Sister Jude. Come to lend a hand?

Sister Jude :What's going on in here?

Dr Arden : Just a little spring cleaning.

Sister Jude :That odor-- what is it?

Dr Arden : Disinfectant. Standard sanitary procedure. Cleanliness is, after all, next to godliness.

Sister Jude :Something's been living in here.

Dr Arden : That's absurd. This room has been closed up for years. I'm in need of some extra storage space. I think this will do quite nicely.

Sister Jude :Don't think you can pull one over on me, Doctor. I'll ferret it out. Whatever it is you're up to.

Dr Arden : A ferret. Delightful creature. I used to keep one as a pet. Until it bit me, and I broke its neck. You brought me my keys? Thank you.

Sister Jude : You may think my mind is closed, Doctor, but my eyes are wide open, I promise you. You hear me?

 

(Today. Leo slowly bleeds out on the asylum floor as Theresa continues to look for a way out. She turns a corner and runs into Bloody Face, bulging eyes, torn skin, holding an ice pick. )

 

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