The 13 most iconic quotes from American Horror Story: Apocalypse’s finale


American Horror Story: Apocalypse was a wild ride.

The eighth season of the hit anthology series came to a jaw-dropping conclusion this week, rounding out a season that delivered the end of the world, the actual anti-christ, and some of the biggest twists the show’s ever seen.

It also reintroduced us to fan favourite characters from Murder House and Coven, two of the greatest seasons of American Horror Story, who helped make this the most quotable finale, well, ever.

We’d even go as far as to say this final episode had more brilliant one-liners than the entire season of Coven – which is no easy task – and, unsurprisingly, most of them came from bad-ass witches Madison Montgomery and Myrtle Snow.

See our 13 favourite quotable moments from the Apocalypse finale below, in chronological order. If you haven’t seen the episode yet, now’s the time to look away…

Ms. Venable: “You might as well ask me to explain your hair.”

Myrtle Snow: “My hair is an eternal mystery, never to be fully understood.”

Madison Montgomery: “Alright ladies, we’re here. Don’t forget to rate me five stars… please.”

Myrtle Snow: “Darling, it seems Daddy didn’t tell you the most important rule of bringing on the apocalypse. If you want to finish the job, the thing you have to do first is get rid of all the witches.”

Marie Laveau: “She needed the help of a powerful voodoo queen… but that ain’t you, sis!”

Madison Montgomery: “Sorry about your little toy, bitch.”

Marie Laveau: “You will not pass… you’re dealing with the HBIC [Head Bitch In Charge] now.”

Coco St. Pierre Vanderbilt: “Die again, fuck face.”

Myrtle Snow: “It appears as though we’re fucked, my dear.”

Cordelia Goode: “I look at you and I don’t see a man. I see a sad, scared little boy so pathetic he couldn’t even kill me with a thousand nuclear bombs.”

Cordelia Goode: “Satan has one son… but my sisters are legion, motherfucker.”

Constance Langdon: “Go to hell.”

Nan: “Hi, bitches.”

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