“American Horror Story: Cult” is shaping up to be a wild ride for its characters as the residents of the quiet Michigan suburb quickly learn that there are serial killers on the loose, and no amount of guns or weapons will stop the murders.

On the Tuesday night episode of “AHS: Cult”,  Ally (Sarah Paulson) fights to gain control of her life and sanity and finds relief in an unlikely ally.

Check out these 6 things you need to know following “American Horror Story” Season 7, episode 3:

1. The Wiltons Demand Justice

American Horror Story: Cult On “American Horror Story: Cult,” episode 3, Meadow Wilton (Leslie Grossman) and her husband will cause trouble in the neighborhood. Photo: FX

In “Neighbors From Hell,” Harrison (Billy Eichner) and Meadow (Leslie Grossman) condemn Ally for killing her employee, in what they believe was a racially motivated crime because he was Mexican. The Wiltons accuse Ally of bringing negativity into their community and insist that she leaves, but she reminds them that she lived in the neighborhood first. Although she slams the door as they continue to hurl insults, Harrison and Meadow yell that the conversation is far from over.

2. Kai Comes To The Rescue

After the town turns on Ally following the murder that got her the label of the “Lesbian George Zimmerman,” Kai (Evan Peters) promises to fix things for her. Not only does he compliment her by calling her brave, but he reassures her that she was not wrong for killing her employee because she was defending her family. Later on, when Ally finds herself trapped in the middle of a protest against her, Kai clears the crowd so she can make a safe getaway.

3. Kai Gives Meadow Advice

After Harrison makes friends with Detective Samuels (Colton Haynes), Meadow become worried that she is losing her best friend. While talking to Kai, he tells her to stop saying sorry to people and instead place the blame on everyone else. If she wants to be somebody, it is up to her to “make the world wrong.”

4. The Mayfair-Richards And The Wiltons Have Been Marked

After a fun family night out, Ally, Ivy (Alison Pill) and Oz (Cooper Dodson) return home to find that their house has been marked with the smiley face symbol that has been found at the murder scenes around town. After going over to the Wiltons to accuse them of marking her house, it is revealed that the Wiltons’ home bears the same mark and that both families may be in for a violent future.

5. Ivy And Ally’s Relationship Begins To Unravel

Ally admits to Ivy that she is still seeing clowns and her murdering of their restaurant employee hasn’t had the most positive effect on their relationship. While Ivy does her best to comfort Ally, she seems to be receiving support from an unexpected source, Kai. Although he didn’t make the greatest first impression on Ally, Kai has come to her rescue more than once in episode 3, “Neighbors From Hell.”

Towards the end of the episode, Ivy slaps Ally for having an affair with Winter (Billie Lourd) and decides it’s best for her and Oz to get a little space and leave while Ally stays. However, just as Ivy is ready to walk out of Ally’s life, a shocking incident stops her.

6. Meadow Is Most Likely Dead

As Ivy prepares to leave her home with her son, the family hears Harrison, whose clothes are covered in blood, yelling to police and insisting he does not know what happened to Meadow. He then accuses Ally of harming his wife and attempts to attack her, but police stop him before he can do any harm. Briefly losing track of Oz, Ivy and Ally find him in the Wilton’s home where the walls are covered in blood and the familiar blood drawn smiley face is found on their wall.

“American Horror Story: Cult” airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. EDT on FX.

Kai Anderson Evan Peters portrays the role of Kai Anderson in “American Horror Story: Cult.” Photo: FX