As usual, we’re just about out of answers when it comes to who the killer is on Scream Queens. Luckily, what we lack in answers we make up for in entertainment, as the Chanels and Dean Munsch have begun to cover up the death of Tyler. They also turn to Hester for answers, who is both demanding and unhelpful.
A new patient with a very curious disease causes quite a stir at the clinic. Dr. Cascade attempts treating her while also divulging some of his secrets to Chanel #3. His biggest revelation? He’s not actually alive, but instead a ghost. Because this is a hospital full of murder, Chanel #3 seems unshaken by the news of the doctor’s life, or lack thereof.
With the power of even more new discoveries, Chad Radwell proposes to Chanel #1 for fear of losing her to Dr. Holt. With wedding planning in full force, Zayday encounters the killer, who spares her, which adds even more question as to the true identity of the Green Meanie. Before anyone can mourn the latest deaths, the wedding begins… only for one more murder to present itself in the form of Chad Radwell’s corpse. Looks like there won’t be any weddings happening soon, but there are plenty of suspects to come.
Scream Queens Season 2, Episode 4 Viewing Details
Date: October 18, 2016
Time: 9:00 P.M. ET
TV Channel: FOX
Title: “Halloween Blues”
Running Time: 45 minutes
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