I have a question; j During the preview for episode 10 nan was stabbing someone with a pencil. That must have been another vampire i assume (because of the wooden pencil). Maybe one of the sherrifs. It just looked so funny that she was using the pencil as her weapon.
We DID hear about the tolerance event prior to this episode. They even added it to the recap before the beginning of the episode. I feel tonight was a fine episode.
How on earth did all the witches turn on Antonia after Eric assasinated one fo the coven and King Bill's supposed "olive branch" was no sort of deal? I think that was the laziest and weakest point in the episode, apart from awkward dreams and mysterious couplings in a truck.
I preferred this episode to last week's--last week had cheesy dialogue and drove me crazy, whereas this one i actually could stand. Once again, you losers quit beating on Tommy'a storyline--at least they did something with it that gave it some direction and the same thing goes for Lafayette's story. The Arlene and Terry story could use some work and I could've lived without the ten minute long dream sequence. The Sookie/Bill/Eric was great otherwise!
Although I agree with you about the dream sequence, I don't understand how you didn't know the tolerance event was coming up. It was mentioned I believe twice before this episode. Also, Bill and Nan had a disagreement about how to deal with the witches, which is what he was pissed off about when they were chained up. Nan has refused to believe that the witches were a threat, and then Antonia goes and tries to make vampires come into the sun. Nan comes back and basically implies that it's all Bill's fault even though he asked her to help him before. I love Nan also, she's a typical bureaucrat politician. This episode was definitely a connecting one. Resolve the issue with Lafayette, bring the witches and vampires into direct conflict, muddy the waters between Sookie, Bill, and Eric. We're just being set up for a showdown between Antonia crew and Bill/Nan crew each with their complement of vampires, witches, and various magical beasts. What I would love is some screen time for the authority. They have GOT to be pissed at Nan for all the stuff going down in Louisiana.
This episode was ok, the dream was awkward and boring and I'm really excited about how they bring Eric's memories back or how Sookie tries to stop him.
I hate it that it seems like Sookie can't move on from Bill because Alan Ball thinks their "soulmates".
Lafayette's storyline was ... ok. Not the best, but still interesting somehow.
And what were Jess & Jason wearing while they had sex? Looked like they stole my grandma's clothes.
I liked that Sookie dreamt about the Eric with the memories.
...and I wish people would stop mentioning about the storyline from the books. I didn't read a single copy and so I'm watching TB with like a clear, clean, open mind with no influence whatsoever from the book - and I like and prefer it that way. Can't always expect them to adapt to the book 100%...
I prefer the ending, well isn't it always the ending that's something everyone looked forward to? NO MORE TOMMY OMG I CANNOT STAND THE SIGHT OF HIM LIKE GTFOOOOO. Jason and Jessica....snoozeville: population 1 The Lafayette story was actually kinda touching, but as we all know he IS VERYYYYY stubborn so I guess the writers were really portraying that pretty accurately. The love triangle scene was really random though :/ it kinda broke from the consistency of the episode, in a bad way. Overall, I've got mixed feelings for this episode.
One more thing you so called fans that "hate the show, and love the books" need to quit watching the show, because the show is NOT the books. I repeat the show is NOT the books. He just got the idea for the show from the books, not the story.
I like all of the episodes of Trueblood, some are better than others though. I really enjoy Lafayette's story line, (it can't be all about Bill, Eric, and Sookie). The dream sequence was hysterical, I loved it. I think that they put just the right amount of humor in the show this season. The only thing I don't care for is; Tommy, and how the witch isn't getting hurt at all. At least show that she isn't invincible. It's just weird that she seems to be untouchable.
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