Evan Peters' 'American Horror Story' Roles: Who Should You Date?

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Evan Peters is adorable. Fact. And apparently, creator of American Horror Story Ryan Murphy thinks so, too. This season, we'll once again be treated to an Evan Peters and Taissa Farmiga romance, this time between frat-boy Kyle Spencer and witchy teen, Zoe Benson. This will mark Peters third time playing the romantic guy in the series, so we took a look back at some of his other AHS roles. Which character is the most dateable? We broke down the pros and cons of each... 

Evan Peters Plays the Romantic on 'AHS: Coven'

Evan Peters is adorable. Fact. And apparently, creator of American Horror Story Ryan Murphy thinks so, too. This season, we'll once again be treated to an Evan Peters and Taissa Farmiga romance, this time between frat-boy Kyle Spencer and witchy teen, Zoe Benson. This will mark Peters third time playing the romantic guy in the series, so we took a look back at some of his other AHS roles. Which character is the most dateable? We broke down the pros and cons of each... 

Tate Langdon

Tate Langdon gave whole new meaning to having a ghost living in your house. The troubled teen — who died in the Murder House after shooting up his high school — romanced the (living) teen Violet Harmon. There's the bad boy-with-a-heart-of-gold trope, and then there's Tate, whose scope of inner evilness was never truly clear.

Pros

— Very touchable, flippy blond hair. Very 90s. In the best way. 

— Well-read

— Highly devoted

— Incapable of leaving you (he's physically tethered to the Murder House, but still)

— Great listener 

— Happy to play board games on a night in

— Has Evan Peters' face

Cons

— His "rubber fetish"

— Bad relationship with his parents

— Bad relationship with your parents

— Really, really homophobic

— Could potentially judge you for listening to Top 40 once in a while

— Can't take you out on romantic dates (with the exception of Halloween, when his spirit can roam free) 

— Is actually a ghost

— Murdered a bunch of people

Kit Walker

Peters' American Horror Story: Asylum character was far more sympathetic. Walker was thrown in insane asylum Briarcliff after being framed for a bunch of grisly murders by the serial killer who would become his psychiatrist. And, also, aliens. It's confusing. 

Pros

— Really progressive (Interracial marriage! Yay!)

— Has adorable Boston accent, for all of your Good Will Hunting fantasies

— Devoted husband and dad 

— Is protected by aliens (could come in handy if you need a lift somewhere)

— Has the face of Evan Peters 

Cons

— Too trusting for his own good (hence getting tricked into confessing to crimes he didn't commit by the man who actually committed them

— Really into "sharing" (unless you're really into Sister Wives, this is probably a bad thing) 

— Is constantly watched by an unknown alien race (super creepy)

Kyle Spencer

This American Horror Story: Coven character may have only appeared on one episode, but he's already stolen fan girl hearts everywhere. A frat bro on television who isn't a total jerk? This is amazing progress, people! Plus, get to see the return of "Violate" in a new form — yay! 

Pros

— Is in a fraternity (can totally get you into his parties!) 

— Has Tate Langdon's adorably flippy hair 

— Genuinely nice dude (loves his Mom!)

— Is on scholarship to college (smart!)

— Not afraid to stand up to frat brothers... despite being the odd man out

Cons

— Is in a TV version of a frat (Lots of drama! Forever tethered to guys named Chad!)

— Friends with truly awful people 

— Died in a bus crash, has to be resurrected in order to continue to date you