American Horror Story: Cult
On “American Horror Story: Cult” episode 6, Kai continues to promote violence as he fights to gain power in the community. FX

As the characters of “American Horror Story: Cult” continue to unravel due to their intense fears, Kai’s growing cult will fight to be the leading force behind scaring the Michigan suburb and convincing them to put their faith into a power hungry individual.

Kai (Evan Peters) is slowly but steadily gaining support in the community, and with a cult on his side, manipulation and murder are only a few of the things he is capable of. Check out these 4 things you should expect to see on “American Horror Story” Season 7, episode 6.

1. Ivy Begins To Panic

In the promo for “Mid-Western Assassin,” Winter (Billie Lourd) tells Ivy (Alison Pill) to calm down because everything is going to be fine. However, Ivy seems worried, insisting that they are going to get caught and put in jail. In episode 5, Ivy didn’t take well to the group’s brutal acts of violence, and was for the most part against. She did participate in a murder however to prove her loyalty to the group.

With Ivy fearing that the truth will come out, will she expose the cult and turn on Kai and his followers?

2. Ally Becomes Paranoid

In the promo for “American Horror Story: Cult” episode 6, Ally (Sarah Paulson) is seen speaking on the phone and telling someone that she believes she has been targeted. She is later heard referring to someone as the “modern-day Charles Manson.” It is likely that Ally is speaking of Kai. Early spoilers revealed the character would mimic several cult leaders, including Manson and Jim Jones.

Has Ally finally figured out Kai’s secret? What will she do with the truth?

3. Mare Winningham Makes Her “AHS: Cult” Debut

In the promo, Winningham is seen attending Kai’s public appearance, where she accuses him of trying to make people afraid. She is later heard telling someone that “he needs to be stopped,” as images of her scrambling to find a gun and then firing it play.

It wouldn’t be out of the ordinary if Kai and his cult decided to enter her home and kill her. The group has a habit of taking out those who go against their leader, and if Winningham’s character is challenging the great Kai, her appearance on the show may end as quickly as it began.

4. Audiences Won’t See An Assassination

Despite the title, “Mid-Western Assassin,” “AHS: Cult” creator Ryan Murphy revealed that the upcoming episode will not feature a mass shooting scene, after the Las Vegas shooting on Oct.1, where at least 58 people were killed and more than 500 were injured.

Murphy revealed that the scene, which featured a gruesome shooting, will now be shown off-screen.

“Should you air it? Should you not air it? How do you be sensitive? My point of view was I believe I have the right to air it, but I also believe in victims’ rights, and I believe that now is probably not the week to have something explosive or incendiary in the culture because someone who was affected might watch that and it could trigger something or make them feel upset. So our decision was to re-edit it and I felt that that was the right move,” he said during the New Yorker Fest panel.

“Nobody ever talks about victims’ rights. That’s sort of a weird emotional discussion that’s never bridged… But I felt great sympathy for people who were affected, certainly, and family members and loved ones and people who are upset about the way the world is,” he added.

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