'American Horror Story: Apocalypse' Spoilers: Every Question We Need Answered from Season 8

American Horror Story: Apocalypse is about to come to its end, but there are still various questions that need to be answered before Season 8 comes to an end. It's unlikely that all the questions viewers have will be answered—it is Ryan Murphy's show we're talking about—fans will at least see a final showdown between the witches and the antichrist. Before that happens, let's talk about some of the things that need to be tied up.

Why were Timothy and Emily chosen? Do you even remember who they are? One of the main storylines, when Season 8 started, was depicting Timothy and Emily as the star-crossed lovers who only had each other in this apocalypse. They were kidnapped and brought into Outpost 3 because of their "good genes" and soon became close companions but after they were killed and the witches revived their sisters, the Timothy and Emily storyline in the bunker fell out.

Who is Rubber Man? We still don't know who Rubber Man is. According to Cody Fern, he might not be an actual person. "Rubber man is a variety of different people," Fern told Newsweek in an exclusive interview. "Rubber is also a mythological creature of sorts who lingers in the background…I think people can get confused... When nobody is wearing the suit there is an element of supernatural embodying what rubber man is."

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Is Billie Lourd's "American Horror Story: Apocalypse" character, Mallory, actually a fairy and not a witch? What about an angel or a goddess? FX

What is Mallory? Viewers have gone back-and-forth about whether Mallory might be the Supreme, but she might be something else entirely. Mallory has the unique ability to bring the dead back to life, like when she revived the young fawn or saved Coco from choking on a piece of dessert. Some theories are that Mallory might be a fairy, angel or a goddess. As shown in the penultimate episode, Mallory is also able to go back in time.

What will happen to Dinah Stevens? It's no secret that voodoo queen

Dinah works for herself and money, but she seemingly crossed the line with Cordelia when she helped Michael enter their home to kill nearly all the witches except Cordelia, Myrtle and Mallory.

Will Papa Legba return? Cordelia sought out Dinah's help in episode 7 to contact Papa Legba. Their meeting didn't go well, with Legba wanting the souls of all her girls to stop the apocalypse from happening. Cordelia wasn't willing to go through with the deal. Since then, he hasn't been mentioned.

"American Horror Story: Apocalypse" character Michael Langdon (Cody Fern) is the antichrist, but does that mean he's pure evil too? FX

Can Michael be saved? There have been glimmers that show Michael may not be the evil character he's made out to be. In fact, Fern said Michael's not evil at all. "Of course, Michael does evil things, I understand that as the human being Cody Fern, but as the character, it is not useful," Fern told Newsweek. "People don't think of themselves as evil. If you look at the world around us now, and you look at certain people in positions of power—look at what just happened with the Supreme Court—that's evil." He continued: "There are people in positions of power that are righteous about what they believe, they're enacting out evil principals, but they don't believe that that's what they're doing."

To find out if all our questions get answered, the American Horror Story: Apocalypse finale airs Wednesday at 10 p.m. on FX.