Scream Queens Season 2 Episode 5 “Chanel Pour Homme-icide” :- Watch Scream Queens Season 2 Episode 5 “Chanel Pour Homme-icide” on Youtube on Fire, Dean Munsch is forced to go to the authorities, which attracts new patients; Zayday and Chanel #5 visit someone with ties to the hospital; A new patient’s arrival causes the staff to go mad. After an uncomfortably-long hiatus, Scream Queens returned in rare form with Scream Queens Season 2 Episode 5, bringing with it a new batch of Chanels… who we probably shouldn’t get so attached to. In reality, the writers have left themselves a little way out of Denise’s death, if they so choose. While Munsch told the Chanels that Denise was dead, she soon after confessed to Zayday that Denise still had a very faint heartbeat – she was clinically braindead, but still technically alive. Intending to test out her shiny new cryogenic chamber (courtesy of a piece of Chad Radwell’s money), Munsch and Zayday tucked Denise away in the machine, until such time as “a cure for being electrocuted” could be found. While it’s unlikely that Denise will be coming back anytime soon, it’s pretty clear that this little plot twist functioned as a way for the writers to easily bring Special Agent Hemphill back in the future – assuming they get renewed for a third season (which, unfortunately, is looking less and less likely by the day). Beyond confirmation of Denise’s fate, we finally saw Munsch owning up to the murders that happened at the hospital. Surprisingly, alerting the authorities to the deaths brought in a swarm of patients, rather than scaring everyone away. Though this is the Scream Queens universe, after all, so nothing should surprise me at this point. With the new influx of “incurable” folks came one woman in particular, whose case formed the central plot of the this week’s installment. That was Penelope Hotchkiss, who was suffering from foreign accent syndrome. Remarkably, that’s a real thing, and that’s really what it’s called.
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Comedy, Horror, Mystery
Release: 15 November 2016
IMDB Rating: 8.4/10
Director: Barbara Brown
Stars: Emma Roberts, Kirstie Alley, Taylor Lautner