, and, as expected, fans are already speculating about how the rest of the season will play out.
WE TAKE EACH OTHER'S PERSPECTIVELisa was the one who thought I should do a television show, and her enthusiasm is what really motivated me.
The name was popularized in the mid-nineteenth century by Percy Bysshe Shelley who wrote a sonnet bearing the name as its title; in the poem, Ozymandias is referred to as a “king of kings,” which may hint at his future as the leader of the cult.
Clearly, if Ryan Murphy's allusion to Shelley's poem is intentional (which, let's face it, it probably is), then the suggestion that Oz is related to Kai and Winter is quite realistic; now it's just a matter of waiting to see when and how that connection is revealed.
Of course, if true, this would explain why Kai's cult has been targeting Ally so relentlessly — it's their attempt to drive her insane in order to reclaim Oz as their own.
While there isn't too much support for the claim right now, it's still worth considering since anything is possible in Now you may be wondering why the cult is targeting Ally, but not necessarily Ivy.