‘Scream Queens’ Season 2 Episode 7 Spoilers: Whose Hand Is Killing Now? PLUS! Taylor Lautner’s Character In A Mess?

Parent Herald November 21, 10:00 am

“Scream Queens” Season 2 Episode 7 tackles C.U.R.E. Institute’s almost dying reputation. To save the Institute, Dean Munsch asks Dr. Holt (John Stamos) to carry out a risky surgery. However, it turns out to be riskier outside the operating room.

Dr. Holt is the head surgeon at the Institute. He’s secretive, and his right hand also has its own secrets. Aside from being a surgeon, he’s also said to be the first person to receive a successful right-hand transplant, or so they thought.

“Scream Queens” Season 2 Episode 7 shows that Dr. Holt’s right hand has a mind of its own. It can be recalled that the hand transplanted on him belonged to a murderer, as reported by TVFanatic.

Yes, unfortunately, Dr. Holt's right hand is from a squash player who murdered his opponents. Could this be the new villain "Scream Queens" Season 2 is introducing?

Nonetheless, this isn’t the first time “Scream Queens” fans saw Dr. Holt’s right hand move on its own. In “Scream Queens” Season 2 episode 3, his hand moved on its own and even groped Chanel’s breast.

Also, up to now, fans are still unsure why Dean Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis) wants the Institute to succeed. She’s even going to the extremes of possibly risking Dr. Holt and the life of the patient, TVLine reports.

Moreover, “Scream Queens” Chanel #3 (Billie Lourd) is concerned with Cassidy (Taylor Lautner). Cassidy admitted that he’s already dead. Fans will have to see whether or not Cassidy will heed Channel #3’s advice and get into the bottom his problem.

Will this affect Chanel #3 and Cassidy’s relationship, that is, if there’s even a chance for them to go beyond flirting? Fans will have to find out.

And how is Dr. Holt going to control his possessed hand? Learn the answers on Nov. 29 at 8 p.m. on FOX.

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