Who Had Scream Queens’ Best Thanksgiving? (And Who’s Dead Now?)

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‘Scream Queens’ Chad Radwell Theories Speculate That Thanksgiving Could Be Deadly For Him.

If you thought Chanel-o-ween was a festive “Scream Queens” treat, you had to love the hot dish of humble pie that was being served up at the Radwell Family’s Famous Thanksgiving Table in this week’s new episode, which aired Tuesday (Nov. 24).For all of those who are enjoying “” on Fox, here is the bad news: There are only two more weeks before it is all over … at least for the season.

Because Chanel (Emma Roberts) and Hester (Leah Michelle) both sallied up to that table — riiight, so Chanel didn’t actually kill No. 6 last episode because the neckbrace kept her from breaking her neck, obvi, and she may have in fact cured her scoliosis altogether by laying her on that freezer floor. In typical this-makes-no-sense-but-hey-why-not fashion, Wes deduced that Grace is the killer, at which point everyone else in the house — who, just moments earlier, had agreed that Dean Munsch was the other Red Devil — concurred with Wes’ accusation. Chad Michael Murray is set to join Scream Queens and recently talked about his character’s relationship with Emma‘s Chanel. “It’s too early to inform. … Tonight we sit down to dinner with the rest of the Radwell family, including Chad’s (Glenn Powell) brother’s Brad (Chad Michael Murray) and Thad (Patrick Schwarzenegger).

There has been some speculation that the beloved pastel-wearing Dickie Dollar Scholar president Chad Radwell might be a cold-blooded murderer on Scream Queens. Approximately two seconds later, following a ramble-y interjection from Pete, Grace was proven innocent, turning the Great Finger of Guilt towards her “hashtag” father. However, with the revelation last week that Boone is (or, was, #RIPBoone) one of the Red Devils working with Gigi, there theories that Chad Radwell could be a red herring, not a killer. Meanwhile, Denise lands yet another job, Chad offers Pete a chance to join the Dickie Dollar Scholars and someone confesses to being the murderer.” Remember, just because someone confesses to being the murderer does not actually mean that they are the murderer.

Check the report below to see what happens when Chad hooks up with his brothers. “Chanel goes to Chad’s family home for Thanksgiving, where she meets his family, and an uninvited guest wreaks havoc. The biggest indicator that really can’t be ignored is Chad’s strange fascination with death and according to him, “The only time I feel anything is when I’m thinking of chopping up a body.” That sounds like serial killer 101 to me. Also, it would be incredibly anticlimactic if the show decided to actually reveal the architect behind everything before we got to the actual two-part finale. Ever.” Throughout the day, she and Hester are insulted — with a $50k-to-get-the-eff-out offer, by being referred to as gold-digging hoochies and swarthy little runts (props to Momwell for the extra oomph in her disses), e.g.

Yes, friends, Hester “Poo Belly” What’s-Her-Last-Name is still with us; in fact, because she was wearing her neck-brace at the time of her fall, it’s possible her scoliosis has been permanently fixed! For some reason, the girls stick it out ’til the round of Pictionary where “Neckbrace Whore” is the obviously-finagled clue card, and that’s when Chanel decides to stand up for herself and her Kappa sister, No. 6. Chad’s mother (the incomparable Julia Duffy) and father (Alan [Still] Thicke) did everything they could to get rid of the girls, from offering them money to subjecting them to a twisted game of Pictionary — though I have to admit, I laughed embarrassingly hard when the phrase turned out to be “neckbrace whore.” (The guest-casting in this episode was truly phenomenal, especially Lucas Scott.) Ultimately, Chad’s scorned exes decided it was in their best interests to stick together — completely sweeping Chanel’s attempted murder of Hester under the rug because, hey, this is Scream Queens — and stormed off to… well, you already read about that part. Also, you can sign up here in the event you want some other TV news on everything we cover, sent right over to you via our CarterMatt Newsletter. (Photo: Fox.) Because of this, as well as Chad’s surprise at seeing Boone alive, it seems clear that all the signs pointing to Chad being the Red Devil killer were red herrings.

We’ve seen moments of empathy cross Chanel’s lips before, and even though they were all false before, we somehow got the sense that maybe she wasn’t kidding when she said her sorries to Hester for being a b-word to her over Chad. Nevermind the fact that Pete snuck into his apartment when he wasn’t home to raid his hairbrush for samples, and nevermind the fact that he just conveniently showed up after Gigi had the weirdest Thanksgiving dinner ever while her companion was still en masske, Pete’s list of reasons to hook-eye it at Wes is pretty legit. But he swears he’s on the paleo diet and just wanted to take advantage of the girls’ bounty of meats — fair enough — and explains away his knowledge of that secret tunnel system under the house as a memory washed away with the next day’s hangover cure.

Dean Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis) and Chanel No. 3 (Billie Lourd) have been harboring some weird feelings for one another lately, and after seeing how very dissimilar 3 is from her frozen dinner empire home life, and how unfazed the Dean is by No. 3’s outright admission that she doesn’t eat, we’re wondering if there’s not more between these two. The only thing that shuts the group up is when the turkey timer finally goes off, and they left the serving lid to reveal that – dun dun dunnnnn – Gigi’s head is on a literal platter.

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