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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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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