Yeah. That had to hurt.
Later Larry visits the house and sees his dead wife and children for the first time. (And Travis! I love DeadTravis!) He promises her that he'll exact revenge on Constance for their deaths, but crispy fried wife points out that it was Larry who reneged on his vows and that it was he who is to blame for their death. After 17 years of stupidity, Larry finally starts to get it. When your wife kills your entire family because you were shtupping the lady next door, you may have had something to do with it.
This episode really brought it. The directing, especially in Violet's attempted escape scene, was golden. I also thought that the writing was a really wonderful blend of scary, funny and heartbreaking and the acting was spot on. Jessica Lange and Evan Peters were their usual brand of fantastic but I must say that I was surprised by Farmigna, who normally doesn't do much for me, really selling Violet's confusion and revelation. This is why I watch TV. I want to see complex characters in difficult situations. This episode brought it. I can't wait to see what the final episodes will bring. I'm starting to suspect that we really will leave this house at season's end, but I'm hoping we won't. This is too much fun of a ride, and I don't want to get off.