At the Vampire Authority headquarters in New Orleans, Bill and Eric meet Salome (Valentina Cervi) and become acquainted with the Authority’s interrogation techniques. Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) recalls her human life as the madam of the Comstock Brothel in San Francisco, and her first encounter with Eric. Werewolves J.D. (Louis Herthum) and Rikki (Kelly Overton) pay tribute to Marcus, but Alcide refuses to participate or take his rightful place as the new packmaster. Martha Bozeman (Dale Dickey) shows up wanting to see her granddaughter, causing conflict for Sam and Luna (Janina Gavankar). Fearing Russell’s return, Sookie procures a home-protection system; Arlene (Carrie Preston) tries to get to the bottom of Terry’s erratic behavior; Steve Newlin stops by with an offer for Jessica; and Jason feels the brunt of his womanizing ways.
Tommy Lightfoot Garrett has a synopsis up for the new episode and this bit-One of the two most highly anticipated returns this year is Reverend Steve Newlin, played amazingly by actor Michael McMillan. But did you know, he knew before all of the viewers, that Reverend Steve Newlin had a “thing” for hunky Jason Stackhouse?
Yep, Michael has said, “Shooting that was just fun,” McMillian told me over the phone this week. “Ryan [Kwanten] and I love working together. He’s an actor I can try anything with and vice versa. We spend most of our time trying to crack each other up, and then trying not to laugh as a result.” Speaking about his “gay” turn on “True Blood,” the actor said, “This is really something he’s been struggling with,” the star said. “We never really saw Steve’s inner life on Season 2. You were seeing the public figure and wondering what is going on with him. So it’s fun and kind of a relief as an actor to play a scene where his soul is coming out.”
Though we can’t believe half of what comes out of the baby vamp’s mouth, the portrayer and set-side sources say, the love, or lust he has for Jason Stackhouse is definitely genuine! Holy vampire! MORE“Authority Always Wins,” features a cover of John Mellencamp’s “Authority Song” by New York rockabilly singer Bosco Delrey.
Steve ups his game tonight.
#TrueBlood He must be referring to this
From The Vault (more at the youtube link)
The Las Vegas Sun interviewed Sam Trammell while he is making an appearance at Planet Hollywood as mentioned yesterday.