This week I came in expecting something epic, I mean this is the episode before the finale, I’ll say this, it wasn’t “epic” but it was a really good episode, so far for this season I don’t think I’ve given anything a full 5/5 rating and as endings go if it were just the ending I would have given this episode a full rating but alas we have to count in the entire episode.
I’m wondering if Bill will come back to his senses in the finale or if we will have to wait till next season, the man is totally gone and now we’ve lost Kibwe although I wasn’t too impressed with the character, that has nothing to do with Peter Mensah’s acting skills I just think they didn’t develop that character properly.
I totally saw the Pam and Rosalyn thing coming, Pam would do anything to see Eric again and as if Rosalyn wasn’t hype before, Rosalyn on Lilith is a 10 on the hype scale.
So does Tara have a progeny crush on Pam? I never actually explored that at all till Jessica brought it up.
I wonder if Hoyt made it to Alaska yet? I’m thinking if they are staying true to the roots of this show the Hoyt ain’t going nowhere unless it’s in a body-bag.
I’m convinced the fairy elder learnt nothing from all the so-called information in her head, why the heck would she take so long to blast Russell Edgington? That should have been the first thing she did because at least she would have the shock factor. But then it wouldn’t be True Blood and it would be boring if she had triumphed over Russell so quickly, still I think they could have been more creative about it, I mean here is this fairy elder, arguably the most powerful fairy in the lot, and the only persons she managed to do anything to are a baby vamp and a human? She should have at least gotten him even a tiny bit and now I don’t know how the fae and Sookie are going to escape Russell, probably have to use their fairy power altogether.
I seriously can’t wait for the finale because I wanted to see how they square off the Bill/Authority situation, the Fae/Edgington situation, not to mention what ever happened to Warlow? They are really waiting till the finale to pop this guy out, they should just leave him till next season if they are going to do that and last but not least I want to see what they do with Hoyt, the Alcide and Sam and Luna storylines have become a bit uninteresting to me, but we’ll see what they will pack into next week and how much of a cliffhanger the end scene will be.
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After watching last week I was convinced Bill is just putting on a show and he has some kind of plan, it just doesn’t make sense to me that he would just divert all of a sudden, one main reason is I know he still loves Sookie even if he has given up on being with her, so I doubt he would do something that could effectively cause her death also all his morals that he has can’t just slip away over night or just because Salome gave him some speech about Lilith, if it turns out I’m wrong I’ll be disappointed because then in my opinion the show’s development of Bill’s character would be horribly skewed, if they want to make Bill evil they need to come better than that, the transition from good to evil here was all wrong.
I’m hoping that Sookie meets up with this Warlow dude in this episode only because I think it will make for some good action and possibly an awesome back story, I love me some flashbacks, he obviously seems to have nothing to do with the authority, at least from what I’m picking up on so far.
The whole Terry thing, I’m not sure how it’s going to turn out but I don’t think Terry will be dying, I’ll say that.
Nora has been annoying me since she became a fanatic, I mean I get she was hiding it before but I find her seriously irritating right now, I hope Eric deals with her case.
Of course the episode had to start with some dude’s schlong all over the screen, HBO does nothing less.
I wonder how this TruBlood factory crisis is going to unravel, this should be very interesting.
The whole Terry storyline actually doesn’t interest me as much so you probably won’t hear me mentioning it for the rest of this post, unless I see some Ifrit action then that may change.
The Ifrit thing turned out to be totally unsatisfying if you ask me, I mean I already knew Terry would survive but I think it could have went down more epically, I guess they don’t have the time though since they have so many stroy lines going on this season.
Of course Russell Edgington was the one giving Alcide’s pack vampire blood, I figured it was something like that, he’s basically the only one I know of who uses Wolves to protect himself, I figures he would get pretty close to Newlin.
The Bill and Salome scene was very intense, I wonder how come Bill is seeing all those things, is it that Salome has been drinking Lilith’s blood on more than one occasion and her blood is saturated with it? Well in any case it makes more sense now that Bill could have gotten confused but I think he will get back on track pretty soon.
Well a couple episodes back I was thinking that Salome really did like Bill and seems as if I may just be right about that, Eric or somebody is going to have to find a way to get Bill back to normal, it seems like Salome’s blood is the problem with both him and Nora or Bill still has some kind of crazy plan, but he would really be going all out for this plan if that’s the case.
By the way, what ever happened to the werepanthers?
I knew since they reintroduced Bud last week that something was up with him so it wasn’t that surprising that he got mixed up with that dragon lady.
Next week should be highly interesting, with Emma being kidnapped by Russell and Warlow is still to come.
Till next week.
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Last week after watching the episode I was convinced that Roman had met the true death but some persons in a group I belong to on Facebook called True Blood Jamaica were speculating that maybe he didn’t die since they didn’t show the “splatter” on screen, well ladies and gentlemen this episode opened with Roman goo all over the table and floor so I guess that debate has been settled. I’m glad to see my instincts aren’t going bad, all my assertions have come to pass so far, only thing is that means the show is a bit predictable.
I don’t think Salome’s tears were for Roman only because I know that she is up to something it just hasn’t been revealed yet but the possibility exists that even though she has something to do with the sanguinistas that she didn’t want Roman to meet the true death because she really did have feelings for him.
Hoyt is just getting from bad to worse, so now he is going from a fang banger to a hate group, his choice just get better and better don’t they? I for one am getting increasingly annoyed with him, I can already see how this is going to pan out.
Didn’t I tell you guys that Salome was up to something and it was either her or Lilith who dug up Russell? Everything I’ve predicted is unfolding quite nicely. I’m not convinced that Russell is now a sanguinista all of a sudden, I know that his lifestyle converges with theirs but he doesn’t strike me as a religious not or somebody who will follow orders.
Seriously Alcide? That is all I have to say, you guys know I ship Sookie and Alcide.
It was really nice to see Arlene and Terry’s wedding video, all the couples that used to be really happy, it was nice to reminisce on the old days. Looks like the Ifrit problem may just be solved, well at least I hope so.
I bet Sookie is seriously thinking about finishing all her fae powers just so she can become normal.
Just as I thought, Sookie was definitely contemplating going normal, that little chat with Sam may have even confirmed that’s the choice she should make too.
Edgington is so hilarious, I mean I’m totally sad Dieter is dead now but Russell’s execution was priceless, he didn’t even let the man finish his sentence and seriously? They let baby-eater go?
So from what they are saying about Lilith I’m thinking when we see her it will most likely be in a flashback unless they have the story all wrong and she did survive.
Well seems that Jess and Jason’s relationship hasn’t been affected, for now at least. Looks like I spoke to soon about those two but something tells me they will makeup eventually.
So it seems like Lilith is just some kind of hallucination they are having from drinking her blood, like she really is dead but as a side effect of drinking her blood they think they see her and they basically are slaves to their most primal instincts, looks like Eric will have to save the day. I was kind of hoping Lilith didn’t die and that she would be a villian in more than just a hallucinogen kind of way, but I guess this works.
I hope Jason stops Sookie from depleting her powers because if she turns into a human I imagine that would make things even worse for everyone and I think the Fae will be very instrumental in stopping this war from happening. Godric appearing to Eric confuses me, I mean I didn’t think vampires got to move on to the afterlife like Gran and the other humans who died, I wonder if it’s because he was good in the end why he got a pass?
Well I can’t wait till next week to see how everything pans out.
I apologize that there’s no screencaps this week, I’d say there wasn’t much worth screencapping.
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After the last awesome episode I’m really looking forward to seeing more of Russell in this episode, I’ve been anticipating his comeback since the series started and of course I really want to see what happened to Alcide.
So Alcide got dragged around by one of his own kind and Russell tries to drink Sookie’s blood, the way Russell says things are extremely hilarious, calling Sookie his fairy vixen, I died laughing. I can’t wait to see what the authority has planned for Russell.
Kibwe is looking seriously hard-core and I’m loving it, it’s interesting how none of the authority except the traitor’s believe in Lilith’s existence, it kind of makes them seem human, I mean they are supernatural creatures and they know other creatures exist too so why would they think Lilith is a myth, since they exist isn’t it more than plausible that Lilith does too?
Eric is good at trying to hide his feelings as usual but I knew he was burying those feelings for Sookie that he could never have gotten rid of as quickly as he made it seem. It was so hilarious when he glamoured Alcide except for the fact that I want to see Sookie and Alcide’s relationship develop so this will be a definite set back.
As I said in my previous post, I thought it wouldn’t make sense for Luna to die for now and so I wasn’t surprised that she was still alive in this episode, she seems pretty strong also so I think I can say we’ll be seeing more Luna for a while yet.
I figured as much that Emma would go to grandma’s house at one point or another so in light of what happened to Luna and Sam now would have been as good a time as any.
Hoyt is really getting to be more and more irritating with each episode, he need to get over this phase like yesterday. I agreed with everything Jess said, I think she’s feeling like it’s her fault he’s like that though.
I sure hope Lafayette figures out how to get to Jesus.
I found it hilarious when Roman came in discussing “Vintage bloods”, I mean seriously, I thought the fresher the better? Anyways, it’s still hilarious. This whole celebration I think is a bit fishy, the excrement will hit the fan soon.
Okay I knew something was fishy about the celebration but I had no idea that Roman would end up dead, I knew Russell would probably not die, but that was surprising, changed the whole tone of the episode for me and it looks like this will pave the way for the awakening of Lilith, will Russell work with the sanguinistas now? I’m going to miss Roman.
Also I think these writer’s want Sookie to have a total mental break, I mean now she’s going to feel responsible for the death of her parents, that’s too much for a person to bare but then Sookie is unnatural.
Terry’s Ifrit problem will definitely follow Arlene even if he leaves her, so I hope he realises it soon enough, I also think the writers will find some way to get rid of the Ifrit.
You guys may have noticed I didn’t have much to say this week but that’s because I felt the episode spoke for itself, there weren’t much undertones to form opinions or assertions about, the episode wasn’t as awesome as last week but the last scene definitely brought up the rating for me. I can’t wait for next week’s episode, I’m most excited to see Lilith, that’s if she makes an appearance next week.
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I don’t have much of a preamble going into this week, I’ll just say I’m expecting something awesome after all the comments I have been seeing on Facebook and twitter, if it’s not trust me I will be highly disappointed. Here we go!
You guys know I ship Alcide & Sookie ( I haven’t come up with a cool sounding name for them yet, suggestions accepted), so of course there was a resounding YES when they started to hook-up in the last episode and I’m quite happy they continued from there this week. I mean which girl doesn’t want to see Alcide shirtless? Yup I knew Alcide would forgive Sookie, after all he has the hots for her, we know you’ve been waiting for your window of opportunity Alcide, we know.
I nearly fell to the floor when Sookie barfed then Eric and Bill appearing in the doorjamb made me laugh even harder.
Poor Lafayette he couldn’t deal with the witchy juju from the beginning and now with Jesus’ power the juju is even worse, I had to chuckle though when all his little miniature statues started to move and talk as if what he saw earlier in the mirror wasn’t enough to freak him out. I hope we get to see Jesus in this episode.
The fact that the ex-soldier dude asked Terry if “anything” followed them there and not “anyone” leads me to believe something more than a wacked out ex-soldier is at work here, something of a supernatural nature is definitely going on here and I don’t think this guy is interested in hurting Terry or the sergeant in fact I think he might be trying to help them or protect himself from whatever this supernatural element is. True Blood is known for throwing out more and more mythical creatures so I won’t be surprised if another one surfaces from this Terry drama.
I thought Jason was still in the fairy dimension when I saw all the glowing around him at first, turns out he was just having a dream, so now I’m wondering if that dream was as a result of what the fairies said about his parents or did they manipulate him by putting that in his head with their powers, well I think it’s the former but “what is Jason going to do with this knowledge?” is the real question, is it going to make him not want to be around Jessica? I mean that dream was highly disturbing and we all know Jason is fickle.
The Screen caps below say it all.
Sookie seems to be having the time of her life. Mental breakdown much.
Mini-Pam has entered the building. I’m not sure I like Tara in this new look, I don’t know whether it’s a good or bad thing that Pam is taking grooming Tara so seriously, but we’ll see, I’m betting it proves to be both a good and bad thing, mostly leaning towards the bad knowing how trouble follows Tara and even Pam.
Mommy dearest is not playing around. Seems to me that Tara has already began not caring about humans, well that’s if that girl died which it definitely seems like she did.
So Bill thinks that Nora is the one who dug up Russell but I somehow think it’s Salome, I have this feeling she might be behind this whole conspiracy or at least have something to do with, it just seems to easy that everything is being pinned on Nora, I think now that Drew was probably not even sanguinista, he was just used as a diversion to keep Roman from finding the true traitor which could very well be Salome. Those of you who read my other posts would have seen that I have been suspecting that Salome is up to something from the beginning and this sanguinista thing just seems like the right fit in my opinion.
Seriously, what’s with that baby eater? Why did anyone even turn this dude? He obviously must have been a pervert when he was human, you know what they say, when a human is turned everything that was already there is amplified.
I’m wondering why they are keeping Nora alive, must be one of two things, either Salome convinced Roman she is useful to them alive or Roman thinks that himself and Nora obviously likes being tortured, I mean why is she pushing their buttons with her sanguinista talk?
For me Salome’s expression when she saw Nora being tortured is proof that she has some kind of plan brewing, I am leaning towards her being the sanguinista traitor and also having some internal plan brewing but with all my bold assertions I could very well be wrong and it could be the obvious thing that she just pities Nora since they had a bond before because the little I know of Salome’s character shows that a little torture doesn’t phase her.
Roman seems to spend a lot of time with that vile of Lilith’s blood, I wonder what’s the relevance of that. I think Roman now suspects that he killed the wrong person, he might even have an inkling that Salome is up to something, Roman strikes me as a smart and impulsive guy, who knows what he’s thinking.
So seems like I was right about another supernatural creature rearing it’s ugly head in True Blood. Finally they wrapped up what’s the causative factor of Terry’s gauche behaviour and also what’s causing the fires, ladies and gentlemen, it’s time for us to welcome a new creature called the Ifrit. So I went to google if the Ifrit was actually something in mythology or something the writers came up with and from what I saw this Ifrit thing is hardcore so I am really looking forward to seeing it come to life.
Something is odd about Sam’s friends who got shot out of the clear blue sky but I’ll need more before I can state my regular assumptions on what could have happened.
When Tara and Jessica had their little heart to heart I literally couldn’t stop saying “awwwwwww”, they were just to adorable, I think this friendship could potentially be a good thing for both Tara and Jessica.
From the second Hoyt started to act all badass, to be honest, I was annoyed, so I totally agreed with what Tara told him to do. His little phase has gone on long enough, yes I get he feels betrayed by both Jessica and Jason and that his heart is broken, but dude, deal with it like a normal person and stop pretending to be something you’re most definitely not.
Well I’m slightly disappointed with how they brought the Ifrit to life, but I guess it’s satisfactory.
I know I said I wanted to see Jesus in this episode but my gosh, I never imagined this is the way we would see him. What the heck is with Letti-Mae? Does she not see he’s a severed head? I kinda don’t remember what happened to her after she married the reverend so for all I know she’s in a mental institution which would explain why she is perfectly fine with conversing with Jesus’ severed head. I just realized I epic failed, I totally mixed up Lafayette’s mother with Letti Mae which is Tara’s mother, I haven’t seen both of them in so ling I forgot who’s who.
Poor Lafayette, everyday something new and disturbing appears.
Russell’s back baby! You all know Genie is excited about this, at this rate he should make an appearance at the end of this episode or in the next episode. I can’t wait.
This is random, but I always notice in scenes with Bill and Sookie, when Bill is talking to Sookie 90% of the time they play this same romantic instrumental music that sounds like it came out of the interview with a vampire or queen of the damned, I really love it.
Who are these people killing all the shifters in Bon Temps, I wonder if they are wolves, wolves would be the convenient suspects, but I kinda think it may have something to do with they because right now I don’t see any other connection. I hope Luna isn’t dead, even though she’s a minor character I don’t see how killing off Luna would strengthen the plot. I’m pretty sure Sam will survive this.
Of course Tara couldn’t resist taking Hoyt up on his offer.
Looks like that friendship didn’t last long but hey I still think it’s a good thing. We’ll see how it plays out.
Why the heck did Alcide do that in the end?? I literally cannot wait till next week, I know Russell is going to turn on the epic!
The teaser at the end of the episode was definitely a tease! Now I see what happened with Alcide, well sort of.
Episode rating (out of 5):
After the last three less than awesome episodes I decided to lower my expectations for this episode, so if awesome happens then by George I will be pleasantly surprised, I’m already tentatively writing down a 3 out of 5 magic lamps rating. I hope we get to see more of Pam’s backstory in this episode because that’s one thing that is really keeping my attention also Salome is intriguing and all the beliefs of the authority. So I invite Alan Ball to shock me with “We’ll Meet Again.”
I like that in True Blood maker’s have control over the ones they make, it reminds me of this old show called Vampire High, it was the same logic. Well looks like Pam is starting to take her new job as Tara’s maker seriously, either because she respects what Eric says or because she wants Sookie’s help, in my opinion it’s a bit of both and maybe Pam sees a bit of herself in Tara. Better luck next time Tara.
I think Salome definitely has some plan concealed from Roman, she’s probably a part of the sanguinistas herself, it wouldn’t be a surprise seeing all the bad things humans have done to her.
I figured the new “Cold Sookie” wouldn’t last that long, even though it was a natural progression because of all the things that happened around her, if they prolonged this it would eventually get boring, I predict Sookie will become integral to the main plot again, especially with whatever Eric and Bill are planning, hopefully we can see more of what her fairy powers can do or maybe even some new tricks.
I can’t imagine Eric or Bill are thrilled that Tara is a vampire, I found it hilarious how scared of Eric Pam seemed to be, well more like scared of losing him again or having him hate her than anything, the whole scene felt incredibly tense. But Pam as usual has hilarious remarks to lighten up the mood. I totally loved her outfit, one thing Pam knows how to do is dress.
Not surprised that Bill asked about Sookie’s well-being, as a proud shipper of Team Bill I always knew Bill would never stop caring for Sookie, no matter how bad things got, I still want to see these two together in the end, I know Sookie haters and Team Eric and Alcide shippers will disagree with me, but hey, I wouldn’t mind if she got together with Alcide, I just no longer see her with Eric. Tara is being a bit too intense about Bill caring for Sookie, it was just recently she told both him and Eric she wouldn’t be with any of them and it wasn’t even because she didn’t love them, so it’s understandable that he wouldn’t get over Sookie yet. In terms of Eric I think he might still have feelings for her but he’s burying them deep, he’s Eric, he can’t show such weak emotions, am I right? Plus I would much rather see him with Pam for eternity, they are perfect for each other. I find it annoying when characters get irate because people die protecting someone, to me it shows the person is selfless, to go out there and protect somebody they love, how are you going to blame the person for someone else’s actions. Sookie didn’t say to all the people protecting her “Hey come protect me now!” They all decided by themselves to protect Sookie even if she tried to stop them or get away from them, they still came around because they care for her, including Tara and Tara should be more pissed at Lafayette because he was the one that forced the situation, Sookie advised against turning Tara and Lafayette pressured her into getting Pam to do it.
Well looks like I was right about Eric not being thrilled with Pam, but it had nothing to do with Tara being made, why did he really think Pam had something to do with Russell Edgington being released though? I understand that it was only a tight circle of them who knew where he was buried to their knowledge but Pam would never do that, would she? Unless it’s some kind of jealous plot against Sookie, I don’t see any motive here, even if Pam were secretly a sanguinista I think her loyalty to Eric and love for him would outweigh any allegiance she may have to a cause.
Did Eric release Pam? I can’t centre in on what he might have done because I know Eric is more caring than he lets on, so in that sense it could have gone either way, he either released Pam to protect her or he didn’t release her for the same reason but I’m sure he does care about her so whatever route he took that’s not the issue, what would be the issue is what Pam believes based on the decision he took.
Bill is right, there has to be a leak, either that or the location they buried Russell wasn’t as secure as they thought it was and maybe, just maybe, someone saw them or this theory I have concocted, this is going to sound a bit far out, but I was thinking maybe Russell made someone else aside from Talbot and then he summoned this possible person to dig him up.
I really want to know this Alexander Drew’s back-story and how old he is, even though I’m eager I’d rather wait to see all this possibly unfold in the show.
As expected The Authority are not sold by Bill and Eric’s story about Russell Edgington still being alive, Kibwe needs to take a chill pill though, Bill and Eric are already harnessed and they can track their every move so what would they gain by lying about Edgington now? Roman seems to be the only one thinking straight. Dieter needs to chill also. Why would they buy more time for their death? Anyways it’s always a treat to see Doctore *coughs* I mean Peter Mensah and Druitt aka Christopher Heyerdahl.
I love to see a happy Andy Bellefleur, the man has been walking around miserable for around four seasons, it’s his time to shine.
Okay, seriously, what’s with this Judge dude? I guess I know he’s shaping up to be another issue in Bon Temps but my gosh every time I see this man I have the urge to thwack him upside the head with something hard. He might just cause Andy to end up in a slump again or at least try to and he’s even roping in Jason to his shindig, not cool. This dude needs to go.
Sam’s shifter friends are creepy, they remind me of a downplayed version of the fellowship of the sun. All the perpetual smiling and such, I’m a bit weary of them.
So now I guess it’s Lafayette’s turn to grunt, wow grunting seems to run in this family, I kid, but I find it funny when either Lafayette or Tara get crazy. On a serious note, I know that Lafayette’s behaviour is a manifestation of Jesus’ ancestor’s magic within him brought on by anger it seems.
I honestly didn’t think Alcide would go to Debbie’s parents so fast, one thing I did know is that he would never turn Sookie in, if I were to quote Tara I’d say “he’s another fool who would take a bullet for her”. In any case I think Alcide knows that Sookie wasn’t so wrong in killing Debbie because we all know this was the second time Debbie tried to kill Sookie and if not for self defense, Sookie was avenging Tara, I mean Debbie killed her best friend. Good twist though Alcide, blaming it on Marcus, I imagine that was extremely hard for him though, since he still had feelings for Debbie and had to lie about her death to keep Sookie safe. I hope this all doesn’t blow up in his face but I have a feeling in the future it just might.
Looks like all that hocus pocus Lafayette was doing earlier actually had a purpose, here I was thinking he was just attempting to wreck Sookie’s car, well the car did get wrecked but Sookie almost died along with it. He needs to get that magic under control.
More Terry flashbacks, though I’m interested in Terry’s time in the war I think they were stretching it out way too long and needed to get to the meat of the matter or maybe I was just a bit too anxious. Anyways, they finally came through with it and it was just as I imagined, I don’t know how many of you thought it was something like this, I didn’t imagine they were wasted but I definitely thought it involved them killing innocents. What else would get Terry the way he is if not something like that? Hmm how are Terry & the Sargent going to make it out of that basement? I know Terry has to at least.
As I theorized earlier, Eric did end up releasing Pam to protect her, that moment was very touching. I wonder how many of you caught Eric’s tears for Pam.
Bill certainly has his hilarious moments, dissing up Jessica’s weed. LOL At least Jess is also shipping Bill and Sookie so I don’t feel so bad. [ It’s supposed to be four characters in the quote below but I’m sure you guys get the drift.]
This week I didn’t forget about Nora and they didn’t make it easy to forget her either, she got a couple scenes, especially the one where Roman threatened to kill Eric and Bill, even though we don’t really know much about Nora except that she’s Eric’s sister I never pictured her as a radical sanguinista so I know something is amiss here. I love their use of the iPhone app.
I guess I was right about that new guy last week being a Fairy, seems as if they are trying to copulate with humans and expand their numbers. I was wondering how come they’ve been missing since the season started but that didn’t last too long, did it? I wonder what they are planning? And of course Andy and Jason had to be brought into this mess, this is what you get in small towns.
Wow, I believe this is the first time we’ve seen a drunk Sookie, I may be wrong but I don’t remember seeing this happen before, it’s a bit hilarious.
The heck? Seriously? Who would kill those sunshiny shifters? And why? When I was thinking something was odd about them I never imagined them getting killed.
I am so going to enjoy all the Pam and Tara scenes from now on.
Man… I really wanted to know Alexander’s back story, now I am forced to look it up since he was the traitor and therefore met the true death, Roman is hard-core though, his execution was precise and chilling.
Finally. Sookie and Alcide hook-up, you guys know I’ve been wanting this to happen, never thought it would be this soon but when I saw them drinking together I knew it was a possibility it would either happen in this episode or the next. Only thing is, why did Bill have to see it? Yes there had to be a point of contention but as the Koreans would say “wae????!” (means why) Even though I’m mildly happy they hooked up, I’m quite sure if Sookie wasn’t drunk this wouldn’t happen, not saying they both didn’t have the ‘hots’ for each other but I know Sookie wouldn’t have gone that route so soon. Of course it didn’t stop at Bill showing up but Eric came as well, Sookie’s timing is the worst.
Hadley is back, isn’t she a sight for sore eyes? That girl is never into anything legit.
Well this episode was definitely better than the last episode, main things I’m looking forward to is seeing in the next episode is what happens with Sookie and Alcide and what Eric and Bill have planned, it most likely centres around Sookie’s mind-reading ability. Also I love everything that’s going on with The Authority, I wonder if Nora met the true death. Ball didn’t wow me but it was good enough, I can’t wait till next week.
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