American Horror Story is an American horror television series created and produced by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk.
Although each season has it's own plot and does not refer to the others seasons, they often have the same casting/actors.
So far there are 6 seasons available. A 7th season is said to be released in 2017.
Shirley Ellis' 'The Name Game' appears in season 2: American Horror Story: Asylum.
The second season, titled American Horror Story: Asylum, is about sanity.
The story takes place in 1964 and follows the patients, doctors and nuns who occupy the Briarcliff Mental Institution, founded to treat and house the criminally insane. The wardens who run the institution include the stern Sister Jude, her protégé Sister Mary Eunice and the founder of the institution, Monsignor Timothy Howard. The doctors charged with treating the patients at the asylum include psychiatrist Dr. Oliver Thredson and the sadistic scientist Dr. Arthur Arden.
The patients, many of whom claim to be unjustly institutionalized, include lesbian journalist Lana Winters, accused serial killer Kit Walker, nymphomaniac Shelley and alleged murderer Grace Bertrand (Lizzie Brocheré).
Briarcliff's inhabitants are routinely subject to supernatural and scientific influences, including demonic possession and extraterrestrial abduction.
Sister Mary Eunice, who has been infested by the devil, takes over the leadership of Briarcliff and commits Sister Jude as a patient to the Mental Institution.
She tortures her until Sister Judy is not much more than a wreck. To torment her even more, she removes the old phonograph that played one french song all day long and replaces it with a jukebox.
In one episode Sister Judy scrolls through the available songs and stops at 'The Name Game'. For a short time, she remembers her old life and sings and dances to the song.
In this scene it's getting clear, why Sister Judy often called Lana Winters 'Lana Banana'.