It’s typical for long-running reality shows to have “All-Star” seasons featuring a menagerie of past contestants coming back for another go. That got us to thinking: “American Horror Story” is expected to start connecting its seasons together this year, so why not create an all-star cast?Sarah Paulson as Lana Winters, “Asylum” — Lana Banana is not only the best character Sarah Paulson has played, but also possibly the best character in “AHS” history. Her idealism is broken hard by the abuse she suffers in Briarcliff, but she ultimately comes out on top through sheer determination.
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