Quite a lot went down last night, most of it while Bill was sleeping. Or Lilith-OD. Or in whatever state he was anyway.
The mayor’s dead serious about exterminating the vampire race. The man’s got fancy new weapons with bullets that can turn a vampire into an overcooked chicken and contact lenses that block out glamouring. Even Pam was scared after seeing what these weapons did to Tara and that was enough to turn Eric’s focus back on the mayor and leave all the Billith madness to Nora. How adorable was Eric as a geek? No, seriously, those goofy glasses, the hair, the hunching, the dorky smile, and then, boom, badass vamp again. I loved the minions’ reaction when he jumped up in the air; he’s like the superman of vampires. Am I the only one who thinks that he’s going to turn the mayor’s daughter into a vamp? Because that would be interesting to watch.
Sookie met a boy. He’s half a fairy, just like her. Sookie and Ben will soon be sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G. Bored already. I’m interested in Sookie’s love life only when she’s undressing Eric.
Bill went comatose and spoke to Lilith who got us more confused about god and vampires and vampire gods. In the meantime, Jessica ordered some food. I didn’t know there was a vamp takeout. I wonder if there’s a kid’s meal for the little ones. However, it didn’t end well since Bill kind of overdid it with the extra toppings (sorry, I know I’m lame but I can’t help myself). I felt sad watching Jessica praying. The girl was raised by a strict religious family, she views her vampirism as her freedom from all this and now she’s stuck with a “father” she’s both fond and afraid of. She doesn’t know what’s going on, yet she has no choice but stand by him. She’s still a child inside. Bottom line is that Bill can now see the future and it doesn’t look pretty. I’m guessing the vision of everyone getting burnt is from the season finale.
The creepy-looking man who gave Jason a ride in the previous episode was not Warlow after all, who btw is wandering around Bon Temps. The Stackhouse siblings reunited with their great fairy grandfather who showed Sookie a way of killing vampires with her power but it’s a one-time thing. Again, stuff for the season finale. I liked his interaction with Jason. He had the is-this-really-my-blood expression on his face every time Jason opened his mouth that cracked me up.
What’s the deal with these L.A. chicks who want all supernatural beings to come out? Are they supernatural themselves?
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