It features the introduction of special guest star Matt Bomer as Blaine Anderson 's Darren Criss elder brother Cooper, and the revelation of how badly injured Quinn Fabray Dianna Agron had been in the automobile accident that had ended the previous episode, " On My Way ". The episode received mixed to positive reviews, and most critics praised Bomer's performance as the elder Anderson brother. Reviewers were divided in their opinions of how Quinn's storyline played out, though with her in a wheelchair, there were a number of favorable comments about her scenes with Artie, who acted as her wheelchair mentor. Their two songs together were given a mixed response and did not chart; by contrast, " Somebody That I Used to Know ", performed by Bomer and Criss, was given an enthusiastic reception, and sold , digital copies in the US in its first week. Upon its initial airing, this episode was viewed by 6.
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Just take one look at him and you'll have the same or a wide-on, if you're a lady. In the movie, he plays a male stripper who does what a male stripper is supposed to do: he strips down to a shiny G-string and performs simulated sex acts atop a happy female fully clothed patron. You might find yourself shoving dollar bills down your TV screen. Matt got down to his tighty-whiteys on an episode of American Horror Story.
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May 18th, , pm. While both works focus on the AIDS scourge, wrecked lives, and bureaucratic idiocy, the similarity pretty much ends there. Julia Roberts portrays Dr. Sadly, Jonathan Groff has precious screen time as a Pines party boy, one of the first victims to die from the disease.
I know that during the American Horror Story: Hotel orgy scene with Lady Gaga and Matt Bomer we were supposed to be paying attention to all the hot, steamy sex followed by that gruesome murder and cascade of blood. It was a pretty upbeat ditty in contrast to the horrors on screen. It made things seem strange and other-worldly, which was the point, no doubt. And, as if that name wasn't enough of a hint, one look at the lyrics and you'll understand why the AHS team chose it to be the background of the pivotal moment. For example, this is the chorus:.