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True Blood Seems Spellbound by the Predictable
This episode’s beginning doesn’t disappoint. We see immediately the outcome of Jessica attempting to walk out into the sunlight. I should’a known that Jessica would be saved by Jason; it was silly of me to think they were going to kill her off. I stick by the idea that it would have been a good end for her. I’m also not surprised that she and Jason end up kissing. This show is really predictable anymore.
Sookie ends up exchanging blood with Eric so that they can be one. It was a really bad idea for Sookie to drink Eric’s blood. I forsee it leading to something binding. She’s all hopped up on V now, too. I’m tired of all these visions they have on V. They are just like filler. It’s annoying.
Jessica has this crazy dream where Hoyt begs her not to leave him and then she kills him because he’s being so melodramatic. It’s funny that when she does actually break up with him, Hoyt’s actual reception of her news is the exact opposite of what she dreamed. Didn’t he just get through telling Jason how much he needed her and loved her? He certainly didn’t act like it. He went a little crazy. Is he going regret this later, or are the writers just going to change his mind now? His reaction would be believable to me if not for the heart to heart he had with Jason.
Apparently, the witches only manage to kill one vampire, and that’s because nobody realized she was a vampire so she didn’t get the warning about silvering herself to the bed. Bill gets on the TV and makes the single vampire death look like a suicide. It’s a smart move; it makes people sympathize with vamps. If vampires can feel so alienated that they kill themselves, maybe they are just like people?
Tommy steals from Maxine Fortenberry so that he can skinwalk as her and sell the rights for some company to drill or whatever on her land. Tommy just never learns his lesson, does he? He doesn’t get as much money for it as he thought he would, but even worse, Sam is going to find out what he’s doing. I’m beginning to feel like the Tommy storyline is getting old. He just keeps playing the same dumb con game.
So, I kind of the like the pack that Debbie and Alcide joined. I don’t like the looks Debbie and the pack leader keep giving each other, but I thought the pack leader seemed like a pretty smart guy. Level-headed and a good leader. Imagine my surprise at the twist that he’s the crazy ex of Sam’s girlfriend. Sam’s in quite a bit of trouble, now. As level-headed as that guy seemed at the pack meeting, he certainly is off balanced when he’s threatening Sam. Merlott needs to watch his back.
So, Lafayette sees that ghostly lady with Mikee, and she suddenly goes from sweet to super creepy. Later, Lafayette dreams about her, and we finally learn she is attached to the baby doll, not Mikee. The minute the dream is over and she possesses Lafayette, we know she is going to go steal the baby. Not one person hears him enter the house and then talk to the baby. That’s strange to me.
Eric wants to leave Bon Temps with Sookie and just be together forever, but Sookie says there’s no such thing as forever. One of the only smart things she’s said in a long time. She convinces Eric to stay behind and fight the witches. Honestly, I prefer the snarky, tough Eric over the lovey dovey, let’s run away together Eric.
Debbie asks Alcide to stay away from Sookie. Not only is she worried because she thinks he’s in love with Sookie, but the pack leader tells them to stay away from the vamps and the witches, and Sookie is always surrounded by vamps. Debbie’s right on both counts. Alcide assure’s her that he will stay away. We all know that he won’t.
I’m super proud of Jason for kicking Jessica out. It couldn’t have been easy for him to get rid of her, but it was good of him to show loyalty for Hoyt. He has a good heart. I do feel slightly bad for Jessica, but she had to expect it. Yes, Jason saved her life and kissed her, but Jason is Hoyt’s best friend, so even if Jason agreed to be with her, it’s a terrible thing to do to Hoyt. Especially the night she broke up with him. She couldn’t even wait a few weeks?
Bill arranges to meet Marnie in the woods and tries to make a deal with her, but it doesn’t work. Instead, Marnie spells a fog through the cemetery and a fight starts between the witches and the vampires. Apparently, Sookie gets shot. Do we know who shot her? I kind of stopped paying attention for a minute, and feel I missed something integral. What I didn’t miss is that Marnie/Anoinetta has control of Eric, and Bill has been silvered as well, so neither of the men can go to rescue Sookie. It just so happens, however, that Alcide shows up to save her, and we see a super angry Debbie, which excites me. I knew she couldn’t be the good girl for very long; especially not when she’s got such a jealous nature.
It’s no surprise that Sookie ends up near death…again. We’re just going to have to wait and see how she ends up saved. The previews made it seem as though vamp blood won’t do the trick, so how ever will they rescue the heroine this time? I can’t help but roll my eyes. It’s unnecessary for the main character of a show to be on the verge of death in every single season. We know they aren’t going to kill her off. I guess the surprising part is going to be how she is rescued? I wish I could say I was waiting with anticipation, but I’m not.