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Full Moon (Creepy AF) 

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Athena investigates a potential home invasion and deals with a rabid criminal; Abby helps investigate the murder of a caller.


Maggie Kiley


Ryan Murphy (created by), Brad Falchuk (created by) | 3 more credits »





Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Angela Bassett ... Athena Grant
Peter Krause ... Bobby Nash
Oliver Stark ... Evan 'Buck' Buckley
Aisha Hinds ... Henrietta 'Hen' Wilson
Kenneth Choi ... Howie 'Chimney' Han
Rockmond Dunbar ... Michael Grant (credit only)
Connie Britton ... Abby Clark
Tracie Thoms ... Karen Wilson
Abby Brammell ... Eva
Jenny O'Hara ... Nora
Debra Christofferson ... Sue Blevins
Colby French ... Det. Marks
Pete Ploszek ... Connor
Sean Maher ... Paul
Kelly Smith ... Nora Jane (as Kelly E. Smith)


A full moon keeps the crew busy with some of the craziest calls yet, as Athena investigates a potential home invasion and "faces off" against a rabid criminal, and Abby helps investigate the murder of a caller. Written by ahmetkozan

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Action | Drama | Thriller


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Release Date:

28 February 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Long Beach, California, USA See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


The subtitle of the episode "Creepy AF", is known in full as "Creepy As Fuck". See more »


Henrietta 'Hen' Wilson: People who are drawn together don't have the protection of the laws of gravity to keep them apart.
Henrietta 'Hen' Wilson: The consequences don't matter when we're drawn to one another.
Henrietta 'Hen' Wilson: All that matters is the power of that touch.
Henrietta 'Hen' Wilson: Skin to skin.
Henrietta 'Hen' Wilson: But there are always consequences.
Henrietta 'Hen' Wilson: Eventually, the moon sets and the sun rises, and whatever happened in the magic of that moonlight, has to face the hard truth of the light of day.
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References Ray Donovan (2013) See more »

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Unacceptable inaccuracy
1 March 2018 | by mttiroSee all my reviews

For a show that deals strongly in medical issues, this episode at one point unacceptably perpetuates a medical myth. Revealing this doesn't, IMO, qualify as a spoiler, and I don't think it will ruin the plot for anyone.

The Fire-Department guys are called to a specialized yoga class where all the participants are late-term pregnant women. One woman has become "stuck" in a yoga pose and says she can't move because of severe pain in her back and legs. After the fire-guys/EMTs examine her, they determine that the baby is OK and that she has probably injured her back attempting the difficult yoga pose. Then the FD leader says, "She probably just *slipped* a disc."

The problem, of course, is that there is no such thing as a "slipped disc." Spinal-column discs don't "slip" in and out of the spinal vertebrae like greasy pancakes. Discs herniate. They get tears in them, and those tears allow the fluid that separates and cushions our vertebrae to ooze out and press against the spinal nerves, causing pain.

This is the 2nd "medical" program I've seen on TV within the past few months where the script has inaccurately perpetuated this incorrect myth. Why not just say, "She has herniated a disc"? Why not share correct medical information, instead of medical myths? I fault the show's writers, consultants, and producers for thinking we're all too dumb to be able to handle the correct medical terminology here.

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