Thursday, August 4, 2011

Hungry Like The Wolf For TB Spoilers

I asked on HBO's TB youtube channel why they didn't post the ep recap yet, then a bit later there it was. I wonder if it was really an oversight because they never do it so much later than the aired show. Anyway here it is, finally. I can't tell you how creepy it is to hear my name coming out of that creepy Luis' mouth, shivers. 

Ep. 42 - Recap
New promos

I skipped Sucker Punch last week but let's see what Mark Blankenship had to say about E6 today-
Welcome to Sucker Punch, the only blog post that ranks the gaudiest moments in this week's episode ofTrue Blood.

You guys? I am considering launching a blog called Evil Baby Watch, where I can just theorize and obsess over Evil Baby as much as I like. At this point, I'd say 14% of my waking consciousness is dedicated to this doll and the havoc it's wreaking on little Mikey, kooky-lovely Arlene, and world's-greatest-person Terry. And now in "I Wish I Was the Moon," we learn that Evil Baby is being controlled by the ghost of a woman who waves at Mikey and makes him smile while Mikey's houses goes up in flames. What are her intentions? On one hand... "Baby Not Yours" is a creepy thing to have the kid scrawl on the wall, and magically igniting a matchbook to burn the house down is messed up. But on the other, Mystery Lady gets Mikey out of the house before it burns down. Is she saving him only because she wants to possess him later, or does she have a streak of goodness? Aaaah! I have to stop. I could go on all day.
But speaking of demon possession and such, this season's theme of identity ownership takes another leap forward when Antonia the witch leaps into Marnie's body while Marnie sits in Bill's prison. After gruesomely clawing at bits of her skin in order to make a blood sacrifice, Marnie apparently convinces Antonia that she's an acceptably supplicant host, so Antonia shows her the final pieces of her backstory.
Most importantly, we actually see what we only heard about last week: The moment when Antonia forces the vampire clergy into the sun, causing them to burn as she is burning. As we knew, the vampire Luis is one of the faux-clergy who's torturing Antonia, yet he narrowly escapes her sunny revenge. Therefore, when he stalks down to Bill's prison in the present day and confronts Marnie/Antonia, there's a shiver of danger and excitment. This is a grudge match that's been brewing for centuries. Both sides have been responsible for burnings. Who will be snuffed out? Read the whole blog  to see who gets this week's Sucker Punch HERE
NY Mag's Vulture Blog catches up with Deborah Ann Woll-
At the tender age of 17, True Blood's quasi-innocent vampire Jessica Hamby has studied up on carnal knowledge, killed a horny trucker, and attacked her boyfriend's mom. But this works out just fine for Deborah Ann Woll, the actress who plays her, who gets to live out all her unfulfilled adolescent angst. Vulture phoned Woll for more details on her character's season-four exploits, then got to the bottom of other pressing matters, such as her favorite flavor of blood and her policy on biting folks for a photo op.

Part of being a vampire is being loyal to your maker. How would you defend your character's maker, Bill Compton, who's become a jerky politician?
He's under incredible pressure. And he has some incredibly powerful people making decisions for him. I think Bill is as disappointed with that as we are. Bill is really alone now. He doesn't have a family except Jess, and I think it's really wonderful that this season they get to [bond] quite a bit. Because things aren't going so great with [her human boyfriend] Hoyt, [Bill] is all that she has.

So … Jason Stackhouse and Jessica? Didn't see that one coming
I'm actually really excited about that story line. The thing is, Hoyt is such a great guy, but the really sad part of it is that his mom was right: She told Jess all those years ago that Jess can't give him what he wants. While Hoyt is more open-minded than his mother, Hoyt really wants conventional things. He wants a wife and a normal life. And that's not something Jess is capable of, nor does she want it.
When she was human, she would've been the perfect mate for him.
You're absolutely right. The only future she had to look forward to when she was a human was being a housewife. But she's excited that she finally escaped that. It's really saddening for her to find out a year later that she's right back where she started. And she did this because she loves him. She had a little two-week rebellion, then immediately was with Hoyt.  Read the whole interview here
Answer this question over on Wetpaint, "Who Swallowed The Better Witch Ghost: Lafayette or Marnie"

NOOOO! Not flowers for Laura Palmer's mother, I mean Holly. More stills at Cinema Blend

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