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AHS: The True Story Behind Asylum’s Weird Name Game Scene

The scene sees Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson) approach a drugged Jude and ask if she remembers him, telling him she is “Lana Banana”, as she called him. Lana asks Jude if she knows her own name, and Jude goes back to the jukebox and plays the “Name Game”. Jude then imagines himself in a blue dress, singing for the rest of the inmates, dancing around her, quickly joining her. The “Name Game” Scene Asylum It was Jessica Lange and Ryan Murphy’s idea EO In 2013, since Jude was a lounge singer before becoming a nun, Lange asked if she could have a song. Murphy”always loved this songand they figured out a way to make it work, and mostly because at the time, Jude was in the middle of a psychotic breakdown. Vulture That same year, Lange released Murphy’s musical number not only because of Jude’s background, but also because “everything we do is so cruel”.

The “Name Game” Scene AHS: Asylum This one definitely stood out because it was a particularly depressing season, but it also felt a bit off because the tone was the opposite of the rest of the season. AsylumThe “Name Game” number was hailed for bringing some levity to Briarcliff and the season in general, but it also makes Jude’s story even sadder, as it’s a powerful reminder of who he was and who he became. Through the horrors the Briarcliff crew inflicted on her. “The Name Game” will be remembered as one of the film’s most carefree moments. american horror storyeven if it looks like a strange addition at first glance.


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AHS: The True Story Behind Asylum’s Weird Name Game Scene

The scene sees Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson) approaching a drugged Jude and asking her if she remembers her, telling her she’s “Lana Banana”, as she used to call her. Lana asks Jude if she knows her own name, and Jude turns to the jukebox and plays “The Name Game”. Jude then envisions herself in a blue dress, singing to the rest of the inmates, who quickly join her, dancing around her. “The Name Game” scene in Asylum was Jessica Lange’s idea, and Ryan Murphy explained to EW in 2013 that Lange asked if she could have one song, as Jude used to be a lounge singer before becoming a nun. Murphy added that he “had always loved that song” and they found a way to make it work, and it mostly did because, at that moment, Jude was in the middle of a psychotic break. Speaking to Vulture that same year, Lange shared she asked Murphy for the musical number not only because of Jude’s past but because “everything we do is so grim”.
“The Name Game” scene in AHS: Asylum definitely stood out, as this was a particularly depressing season, but it also felt kinda off precisely because its tone was the complete opposite of that of the rest of the season. Asylum’s “The Name Game” number has been praised for bringing some lightness to Briarcliff and the season in general, but it also makes Jude’s story a lot sadder, as it’s a strong reminder of the person she used to be and the person she became through the horrors the Briarcliff staff put her through. “The Name Game” will be remembered as one of the most lighthearted moments in American Horror Story, even if it felt like a strange addition at first.

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AHS: The True Story Behind Asylum’s Weird Name Game Scene

The scene sees Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson) approaching a drugged Jude and asking her if she remembers her, telling her she’s “Lana Banana”, as she used to call her. Lana asks Jude if she knows her own name, and Jude turns to the jukebox and plays “The Name Game”. Jude then envisions herself in a blue dress, singing to the rest of the inmates, who quickly join her, dancing around her. “The Name Game” scene in Asylum was Jessica Lange’s idea, and Ryan Murphy explained to EW in 2013 that Lange asked if she could have one song, as Jude used to be a lounge singer before becoming a nun. Murphy added that he “had always loved that song” and they found a way to make it work, and it mostly did because, at that moment, Jude was in the middle of a psychotic break. Speaking to Vulture that same year, Lange shared she asked Murphy for the musical number not only because of Jude’s past but because “everything we do is so grim”.
“The Name Game” scene in AHS: Asylum definitely stood out, as this was a particularly depressing season, but it also felt kinda off precisely because its tone was the complete opposite of that of the rest of the season. Asylum’s “The Name Game” number has been praised for bringing some lightness to Briarcliff and the season in general, but it also makes Jude’s story a lot sadder, as it’s a strong reminder of the person she used to be and the person she became through the horrors the Briarcliff staff put her through. “The Name Game” will be remembered as one of the most lighthearted moments in American Horror Story, even if it felt like a strange addition at first.

#AHS #True #Story #Asylums #Weird #Game #Scene


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