The last episode ended with Tommy lying presumably dead on the floor after shifting into Sam and fooling everyone in Sam’s life. Sam takes him to the hospital and thinks it’s just a bad case of food poisoning. When Luna wants nothing to do with Sam, the two of them figure out what actually happened. Sam pounces on a sleeping Tommy and almost chokes him to death. He wants Tommy out of his life for good. It’s hard to feel bad for Tommy. Here he is, crying and sobbing saying he didn’t mean it and you can tell he really wants to be with Sam..but then he goes and does stuff like this and you want to smack him.
Jesus is alive (for now at least) and he reveals that Lafayette is a medium. This is all news to Lafayette but would explain all those visions he’s been having lately. What’s even more interesting, is that while no one else may see these visions, Arlene’s baby appears to be able to. Hmm. What is up with that baby? There is a lot of supernatural business going on. Debbie and Alcide are initiated into their new pack and walk in on Eric and Sookie doing it in the woods. Debbie is upset because she believes that Alcide is in love with Sookie. I love their chemistry but I do wonder what they’re doing with them when she already has Eric and Bill fighting over her. Thank you for the Alcide sex scene though writers.
Eric and Sookie are in the honeymoon phase of their relationship and Eric doesn’t want things to change. He doesn’t want his memory back because he fears Sookie wouldn’t want him anymore after all the things he’s done to her. Let’s be honest, it’s true. They have other things to worry about however. Drunk unstable Tara is back after being attacked by Pam and a newly posessed Marnie meets her in the woods. Antonia is now in Marnie’s body and recruits Tara and a group of followers to take out vampires once and for all. Their plan is to summon them all to sunlight so they burn. Oh no.
Bill is prepared and orders all of his subjects and vampire friends to be bound by silver chains in their coffins during the night. It’s a fighting chance so they are able to stay put once the spell hits. Bill brings some chains to give Eric and it looks like it pains him to act like he cares. Why is Sookie letting him in the house? He was a royal douche to her. Bill is even more pained when he has to chain Jessica who screams in pain. He’s unable to see his baby vampire in pain and only gives her enough chains so that she’s tied “good enough.”
The spell finally hits and vampires begin to meet the sun. Eric and Bill fight against the chains to get out and Jessica is the only one who is successful. Jason runs to Bill’s house to save her when he realizes what’s happening. A guard stops him outside before he can get to her. Jessica happily opens the door to meet the sun just as we hear a gunshot from outside.
Funniest Quotes of the Night:
Lafayette: I swear to God I will burn this taco stand to the ground if you don’t let us out.
True Blood starts off with quite a bang this week so if you have a problem with spoilers, I’d avert your eyes right about now. Tommy struggles out of the chains his father is killing him with and strikes him dead. In the process, he accidentally kills his mama too. Tommy barely blinks when his dad kicks but he’s distraught over his mother. Holy crap. I didn’t think they’d go that quick. I feel bad for Tommy but damn, they were horrible people.
Tommy panics and hauls the bodies to Sam and together they fill a van and head out only to have Andy pull them over. Is anyone else getting tired of this lame Andy is an addict storyline? He has like zero favorable qualities now. When Andy demands that Sam open the trunk, Tommy poses by the door ready to clock Andy with a shovel. I’m on the edge of my seat waiting for Andy to be bleeding all over the ground. Somewhere in those 60 seconds it takes to unlock the door, Tommy shifts into an Alligator to scare the crap out of Andy. LOL. The two of them head to the swamp and feed the bodies to some gators. Eesh.
In less morbid but equally creepy news, Arlene and Terry are still buzzing over the mysterious message on their walls. Instead of suspecting the baby or the doll, they believe they have Rene’s ghost in the house. They decide it’s time to call on a priest to cleanse the place. They bring the Reverend over and hey! He actually got married to Tara’s mom. Together, they sing and cleanse the place with pot smelling smoke. Nice. But that aint gonna work. A book of matches bursts into flames as they sleep. Is that gonna die out or will next week show us the house bursting into flames?
Lafayette, Tara and Jesus have had just about enough of this witch b.s. It’s time for action. Lafayette is so convinced that Eric is seconds away from killing them all that he packs his makeup and heads to Mexico with his man. They’re off to see Jesus’ grandfather who is in possession of his own powers that they believe can help them. Tara stays behind to deal with her girlfriend discovering her true identity. She confides in Sookie about liking girls over some ice cream. It’s a cute girl moment that doesn’t last once Eric wakes up and comes out to say hi. Tara flips her shit, grabs a weapon and starts spouting all the cruel things Eric has done. She then tells them both to Eff Off and leaves. Eric is shocked to hear he was capable of such things. This begins the cute Eric moments of the week.
Eric has a nightmare (although I enjoyed it because it is HOTTTT) of Godric appearing to him, forcing him to drink from Sookie. He tells Eric he is damned and cannot be redeemed for he is evil and not capable of love. Eric wakes up visibly shaken and walks to Sookie’s room. He asks to stay with her and cries in her bed over the dream. Awwwww. Eric sobbing over missing Godric and not knowing why is so heartbreaking. Eric and Sookie bond together in this episode more than ever. Between his nightmare, her defending him to Tara and his offer to leave so as not to harm her again, it’s not long before Eric and Sookie fans get what they’ve been waiting for. The two of them making out on the porch. Rejoice!
Speaking of which, Jason starts to feel not the effects of the full moon but of Jessica’s blood. He has the funniest sex scene I think I’ve ever seen on the show. He’s with Jessica and starts to replace her face and body with Hoyt’s. LOL. Amazing. That was probably hilarious to film. A tad more disturbing is Portia. She shows up to Bill’s office trying to convince him to embrace incest. Um. EW. What the hell crazy lady? He glamours her to be afraid of him and she leaves his office screaming. Good riddance.
Sookie goes to see Marnie for a reading to try and find out what she knows about what happened to Eric. She gets her reading and isn’t prepared when it turns out to be the real deal. She hears her Gran speaking to her through a confused Marnie who can’t understand why the spirit isn’t exclusive to her. Gran tells Sookie to get the hell away from Marnie so Sookie books it. How does Gran know Marnie’s intentions? And just what are they? Marnie is taken into custody so Bill can glamour her for questioning. They don’t get anywhere and Pam is pissed. In a moment of rage, Pam lets slip that Eric lost his memory and is forced to tell Bill where he is.
Uhoh. I hope he walks in on them.
Funniest Quotes of the Night:
Lafayette: Hooka you just pissed off another vampire and then took a God damn nap.
Pam: Fuck with my face and it’s time to die.
Holy Vampires! True Blood fans have got to see this preview of what’s to come on the coming weeks of True Blood. Because WOW. The trailer that premiered at Comic Con this weekend couldn’t have been more intense. I almost feel too spoiled by what I just witnessed but I couldn’t look away.
Long story short: Vampires sure have their work cut out for them if they’re going to defeat the witches.
Wow! Are you pumped for the rest of the season? What are you most looking forward to?
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