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On Halloween, the night when the dead are free to mingle with the living, Tate confronts visions of his past, Ben and Vivien deal with their unexpected visitor, Chad takes out his frustrations on the Harmons' Halloween decorations, and Constance mourns Adelaide's death.
Larry arrives at the Murder House and pounds on the door, demanding his money. Violet is inside, backing away from the door and unaware that the Rubber Man is behind her. However, when she turns, the Rubber Man is gone. Violet runs upstairs and unwittingly avoids something beneath the bed trying to grab her when she hears a noise at the window. She looks out and sees Tate downstairs, tossing pebbles at her window. She lets him in and says that someone was pounding on the door. He tells her it was probably neighbor kids playing a prank, gives her a rose that he’s painted black, and reminds her of their date...Read the full recap
Ben: You see that crazy bitch, you tell her we're done. I'm not playing your games. You come back on this property, and I will kill you. You hear me? I will kill you.
Larry: Promises, promises.
Tate: I used to come here... when the world closed in and got so small I couldn't breathe. I'd look out at the ocean, and I'd think... "Yo, douche bag, high school counts for jack shit." Kurt Cobain, Quentin Tarantino, Brando, DeNiro, Pacino, all high school dropouts. I... hated high school. So I'd come here and I'd look out at this vast, limitless expanse. Then it's like, that's your life, man. You can do anything, could be anything. Screw high school. That's... it's just a blip in your timeline. Don't get stuck there.
Constance: One of the comforts of having children is knowing one's youth has not fled, but merely been passed down to a new generation. they say when a parent dies, a child feels his own mortality. But when a child dies, it's immortality that a parent loses.
Violet: What are you, the Dead Breakfast Club?
The Breakfast Club is a 1985 teen film by John Hughes, which revolves around five supposedly stereotypical high school students forced to spend Saturday detention together.