Outrageous Acts of Psych takes the hidden-camera phenomenon to the next level. Stemming from the hit Science Channel series, Outrageous Acts of Science, OAP uses hidden cameras to show whether people will pay for a VIP experience at a bus stop or a laundromat, or whether men or women are more likely to take a food sample from a person wearing a hazmat suit. Throughout the show, psychologists and human behavior experts offer insights into why we do the things we do.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Outrageous Acts of Psych - Go to Hell (American Horror Story) - Netflix
“Go to Hell” is the twelfth and penultimate episode of the third season of the anthology television series American Horror Story, which premiered on January 22, 2014, on the cable network FX. The episode was written by Jessica Sharzer and directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon. With Fiona (Jessica Lange)'s deteriorating health, the girls show new powers as Queenie (Gabourey Sidibe) searches for Marie Laveau (Angela Bassett). Angela Bassett, Gabourey Sidibe and Danny Huston guest star as Marie Laveau, Queenie, and the Axeman, respectively. This episode is rated TV-MA (LV).
Outrageous Acts of Psych - Reception - Netflix
Rotten Tomatoes reports a 58% approval rating, based on 12 reviews. The critical consensus reads, ““Go to Hell” presents a microcosm of Coven's flaws with a crowded episode whose messy narrative crowds out an effective surprise for a leading character.” Matt Fowler from IGN gave the episode a rating of 7.9, adding that, ““Go to Hell” was a more focused episode, with a lot of driving action. It sounded off a few sour notes here and there, but in the end parts of it felt like a season finale.” Todd VanDerWerff of The A.V. Club rated the episode a D+, stating, ““Go to Hell” kills off Coven's older generation in its entirety, turning things over to the next generation, and I could not give two shits about it.” He added, "By far the worst thing any TV show can be is boring, and that goes doubly for a Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk show. But in “Go to Hell”, even the outrageous stuff feels rote." The episode received a 1.8 18–49 ratings share and was watched by 3.36 million viewers in its original American broadcast, a decrease from the previous episode.