AceShowbiz - "American Horror Story: Cult" has ended its run on Tuesday, November 14. Titled "Great Again", the final episode of the seventh season of the FX horror anthology showed that "Cult" ended the same way it began, with an election.
[SPOILER ALERT!] Ally Mayfair-Richards (Sarah Paulson) turned Kai Anderson (Evan Peters) over to the FBI before he and his followers had the chance to start their Night of a Thousand Tates. However, since "finding a thousand pregnant women to murder is super hard," this season's bad guy changed his target to only a hundred women.
During his time in the prison, however, Kai didn't necessarily lose his cult leader style. He managed to have sex with Gloria, a security guard, and plotted his escape by killing another prisoner and making it look like it was him who died. But the thing was, the whole thing in the prison, including Gloria who seemed to be under Kai's spell, was nothing but Ally's plan. Ally, who gathered her life back and ran for senate, wanted to show Kai that "a nasty woman" was something "more dangerous in this world than a humiliated man."
Before Kai could ever respond, Beverly blew his head off. Now that Kai was dead, people might think that was the end of all the cults. But was it? Since this is "American Horror Story", viewers might as well expect a twist, a big one.
Ally won the election with a whopping 80|percent| of female vote. After she tucked her son Oz into bed, she told him that she had to go out to meet "some very special, powerful friends." When her son asked if the aforementioned friends were "like Kai," Ally said that they were "a group of powerful, empowered women" who want to change the system.
Donning a green velvet cloak, Ally appeared to be a new member of the S.C.U.M. (Society for Cutting Up Men) Manifesto, a group which was found by Valerie Solanas in 1967.