If you thought Tuesday's episode of “Scream Queens” was full of jaw-dropping drama, just wait until you see what Ryan Murphy and Brad Fulchuck, masterminds behind the hit Fox series, have up their blood-soaked sleeves for episode 7. According to the synopsis off the Season 1 installment, titled “Beware of Young Girls,” the girls of Kappa Kappa Tau will be so desperate to unveil the killer, they’ll go to new, supernatural lengths to get an answer.
“In an attempt to determine who the Red Devil killer is, the Kappas use a Ouija board to communicate with Chanel No. 2 (Ariana Grande) from the beyond the grave,” the summary notes. Chanel No. 2 met her fate in the premiere episode of “Scream Queens” after getting fatally stabbed by the masked killer. But it wasn’t until episode 4 when Chanel No. 2’s sisters learned she was dead after her corpse was displayed in Zayday’s (Keke Palmer) extremely haunted house.
And while we’re excited for the Kappas to reach out to Chanel No. 2 in the afterlife, we think that the deceased sister Chanel (Emma Roberts) and the girls should be trying to connect with is Predatory Lez (Jeanne Han), who was killed in episode 6. Sam was suffocated by the killer in the gruesome installment but not before learning who the Red Devil was.
“I knew it was you,” she said after the killer took off his/her mask.
But reaching out to the dead won’t be the only event the sisters partake in during episode 7. According to the synopsis, Chanel will learn about the “wicked plot” her minions have conjured, which involves her death.
“We’re doing it. We’re murdering Chanel,” Hester (Lea Michele) says to Chanel No. 3 (Billie Lourd) and No. 5 (Abigail Breslin) in a promo video for episode 7.
Meanwhile, Dean Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis) will be left in a “desperate situation” when a “shocking event lead her to come face-to-face with her ex-husband’s mistress,” the summary adds. According to E! Online, Tavi Gevinson, the creator of Style Rookie, will portray the “perky 19-year-old” named Feather that Munsch’s husband deserted her for.
“Scream Queens” airs Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. EDT on Fox.