If you haven't watched this season, or at all, you won't be lost. (This isn't Lost.) Micro recap: The world's most powerful witch (Jessica Lange) and voodoo priestess (Angela Bassett) must join forces with young witches in training (Taissa Farmiga, Emma Roberts, Gabourey Sibide) to fight witchhunters who are all guys and part of the evil Corporation. Yes, it's all very girl power (and there are legit gripes about the racism of killing off all the black characters except Bassett last episode to the soundtrack of 'Oh Freedom') but it's never boring and there is an evil character who will surely represent exactly some facet of even your twisted psyche.

But none of that is even important because, Jessica Lange. She is glorious in this and so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so deserving of the great lines, glorious lighting, and freedom to be fricking Jessica Lange that this show gives her. The life of Ms. Jessica Lange is magnificent, like her.

ETA: Tip of hat to Mark Shrayber, new writer at Jezebel who reminded us of the wondrosity of Jessica Lange earlier in the week. Good call, Mark Shrayber!