PS the other thing I was thinking about was the fact that in the book Sookie's parents were killed by rival fae. So, is the figure an evil fairy? Claudette knew his name, if he was a vamp why didn't she kill him...lots to think about. Someone please get rid of the baby eating vamp!
Of course sanctimonious, pontificating, "here I come to save the day", hero Bill always has a plan. AB and company really never surprises where Bill is concerned. I am probably the only woman in the world who finds Alcide simply annoying. Neanderthal Men are definitely not my type. And why is someone who is so big and buff always losing fights? So glad to have the old Lafayette back this week. Sam I have always liked and he plays himself great. As much as I like Russel, his over the top personality is wearing rather thin, but enjoying him and Steve's little asides. I'm really not loving the fact that supposedly a vampire killed Sookie and Jason's parents, I'm just hoping it turns out that he was at least part fae. Over all it was a fairly decent episode, just wish somewhere in the future they would pull the storylines together into one cohesive show.
first off i would like to say i liked this episode better then last week which was bit of a bore to me. lafayette had some great moments and lines this time and i was like "he's baaack". luna as sam was hilarious and awkard. why does she walk so dainty as sam but not as herself? lol. i thought the wolf combat was going to be a regular beat down but a hunt? through me for a loop. shocked and disappointed that alcide lost, with that old guy being on v or not alcide should have won. i have some theories as to the mysteries of this season. i think bill is playing everyone to save his hide and eric better jump on the bandwagon. i doubt his sister can protect him for long if he keeps showing his distaste of what's going on. i so thought they were going to kill eric when he retired for the evening while everyone continued their celebration. the guys are out gunned and out numbered so until they can escape they need to just play along and bill has figured this out quick. i think the vampire who killed sookie's parents is Russell and have thought so since they introduced that plotline. i think the fat woman that luna and sam smelt was hoyt's mom or some other character we have been introduced to proper. still no idea who this dragon person is as we have no information other then its a he but do they know that its a man or do they just THINK the dragon is a man?
this season is still not as good as season 2 or 4. season one was boring to me after the first watch but i have since come to like/love. i'm comic reader so human villains just dont sway well with me and to me true blood is suppose to be sookie's story so she should be the heroine but she keeps running to some man for help despite all this power she has. grow a pair sook.
want more jason and jessica
Alot of people on facebook have been wondering about the Vampire who killed
Sookie/Jason's parents~ could he have been a Fairy who was Turned Vampire.?
Claudine knew the Vampire's name~"Wardlow"
And she told him "Leave the Child alone"~it's like she knew the Vampire.
Some people on the TrueBlood wiki think that it could be the Vampire in the
Authority who's face is messed up~ Nigel???
Nigel or Russell Edgeington make the most sense to be the Vampire who killed
Sookie's parents~ but I'm still not truely beleiving a Vampire killed them.
I'm still thinking it's a Fae~ like it was in the books and this is just
Alan Ball's trying to stir up the fans???
As for the rest of last night's episode I totally Loved it!!!
Love Tara telling off her former highschool nemisis that's she nothing more
than a "Miss Goody too shoes~ hey I even slept with your boyfriend!
That had to sting~ then the B*tch ends up as dinner for Tara thanks to Pam!.
Knew that Hoyt still loves Jessica!!!
(continued)... that really affected him, his care for Sookie, and he certainly in the past X years hasn't killed humans indiscriminately. Feeding on them & letting them live (a light snack, like the bigot chick) vs draining the life out of a child are two VERY different things.
Anyone else want to vomit at "Lillith wants me to eat a baby". A little dig at pedophiles in organized religions, perhaps? Ugh. Hope they don't show that scene!
I definitely felt that as soon as Sookie was able to connect to the Vampire, it wasn't a regular Vampire. Even before this episode, my husband and I wondered if perhaps there could be some common ancestor to Fae and Vampire.
The theory that a halfling like Sookie was turned to a Vamp makes a lot more sense. As soon as she connected, I had a pit in my stomach realizing that they probably "knew".
And I don't know why... but I don't think it was Sookie's bandaid. I think it was Jason's. All the playing up of how "un-special" he is, to me, is just setting the stage for how dramatically special he actually must be but it hasn't manifested yet. I think I recall a fairy saying something to that effect too but can't recall. Maybe it's not the bandaid... but SOMETHING is off about that.
Bill definitely has an end game. A terrorist plot definitely would make a war! I get why Eric would feel differently - remember the scene on the roof with Godric... that really affected him, his care for Sookie, and he certainly in the past X years hasn't killed humans indiscriminately. Feeding on them & letting them live (a light snack, like the bigot chick) vs draining the life out of a child are two VERY different things.
I'm with you on how the Authority seems small. I think we're just seeing the limitations of a TV show's time/budget.
Yeah, it wouldn't seem like just the death of Roman would be enough to turn the entire Authority over.
You'd think they'd have to purge many of the current kings/queens, magistrates, sheriffs, etc...
...and you'd imagine there would be an internal "civil war" in the Authority (of course maybe Russel is threat enough).
Isn't Anna pregnant? Maybe that's why they've cut back on Sookie's screentime. Maybe she needed/wanted less screentime.
@Doe-Rae-Me great point about the vampire possibly being formerly fae. I think you are onto something.
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