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They could use some better writers! What happened to that real estate deal Tommy was swindling Maxine out of?
What in the world happened to Tara? It is like the writers do not know what to do with her character, and have her going all over the place.
I missed bad Eric, glad he is sort of back.
Just why did Jesus and Lafayette go to Mexico? Lots of confusing filler going on. Is the baby possessed, or was it the Creole ghost that tried to burn the house down? Glad Andy got off of the V. Although I thought it was a strange way to go about it. Shooting cans in woods. It apparently was swift,and hopefully worked.
This style of writing is starting to remind me of Miami Vice.
Maybe they will hire new writers, and another director next season.
CAN I JUST SAY HOW GLAD I AM THAT THE OLD ERIC IS BACK? Really, just give him a line, he'll give you a great comeback.
"Loveable, isn't he?", I JUST CRACKED!
I'll save myself for the roundtable!
Am I the only one thinking that the "Bill and Sookie relationship" is really bad designed? They had their time, it was nice to watch, but it's about time that fairy moves on, seriously!
This is becoming like the LOST-triangle of Jack/Kate/Sawyer: at the beginning, everyone was Team Jack or Team Sawyer, but later everyone was so annoyed that all joined Team "Kill Kate" ... what I'm trying to say is that every triangle looses plausibility at some point and the writers better notice that in time!!
I agree about Jess. When I saw her come out of the van I was like "Oooooh."
In all my excitment I forgot to voice my favourite moment of the episode which is... TOMMY DIED. Thank Christ. May he never come back and haunt my tvscreen again.
The Funniest thing was that I'm not sure if Sam Trammell was taking the Tommy death seriously, perhaps it'll be on a gag reel. Yay, Tommy is dead!! I also agree.. follow the words of a ghost whisperer and go into that white light, please don't come back.
As for the witch arc, I'll admit I don't like the whole King Bill vs. witches, but I can't imagine anyone else on the planet that would do a better job than the great Fiona Shaw.
The plot of resolving Sookie/Eric/Bill was quite sloppy with way too many plots squashed in a single episode; reminded me of Spiderman 3. It's not hard to imagine why the lingering feelings seem ungratifying in the love triangle considering the mini plots of everyone else's storyline.
I have to agree...the love triangle is getting exhausting. In the books, Sookie is much more (understandably) upset about Bill's loyalty and self control. Why can't that sensibility seep through the the TV series? After all, Eric may be manipulative but he would never hurt her so dearly.
As for this witch war...Exciting - yes. Strange - yes. Way too many cliffhanging endings? YES.
Now that Tommy is dead, I suppose it will give us fewer side dramas and more central story line. I feel like, maybe, half of this show is actually...this...show. ?!#$%$#^
Honestly, I was frustrated on the amount of time spent on eric regaining his memory. HOWEVER, the scenes with him and sookie, i thought, were amazing. SO much more tension now that he is the "full"eric. I enjoyed every minute of it. And obviously the arent going to play that reunion fully out until the concluding episodes. So i am looking forward to the final eps of the season!
Still majorly disappointed with this season. Like you, I'm fed up with the mid-scene episode endings, poor dialogue and lack of Sookie/Eric time. At least Sookie was willing to admit that her feelings may be the result of the blood. That said, Alan Ball needs to kill the Bill/Sookie relationship. Bill essentially date raped Sookie through several TB seasons. There shouldn't be any relationship coming out of that except for Sookie dating Eric or Alcide; or Sookie not dating anyone for a while. I'm glad that Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer are happy together in real life, but let's not have their real-life relationship become the force driving TB plot. Going back to the dialogue for a moment...I can't remember which scene it was, but it was so wooden and forced I almost turned off the show. Oh wait...I remember...Sam's dialogue during the Tommy death scene. Egads. Completely unbelievable.
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