Stephen in directing mode.Think I had enough fun for one night, I hear you Eric and concur.
Joe finally has some fun, seems like he is a wolf of a different color too.
If he was like that with Debbie maybe she wouldn't have strayed with Cooter and Marcus. Doesnt make sense that the cure all V isnt used as a medicine in hospitals everywhere, talk about Nan slacking. That would have made the vamps welcome everywhere if you ask me, solving so many problems for humankind, Newlin get on this marketing strategy stat. oh wait I forgot the new deal. Strange turn to drive the story go into, vamps taking over the world. Especially since it's based on the vamps coming out because of a blood substitute, you know, the name of the show and all. Destroying all the production of TruBlood is sort of telling us the premise of the show is gone now as well, what do you all think? GIF Source and there are more there.
The Authority clean up crew sure are busy, at least vamps are helping with the economy. Vamps are very messy.
The Sam on Sam action reminded me of Tommy, RIP, but it was some weird shit. Will another Sam GF bite the dust? Tune in next week kiddies. Poor Andy he just is overwhelmed and they are doing it all in front of a shifter killer! I approve Sam's interview techniques though, yessssss.
Then Luna smelling ol Sweetie's and who knows who else's menthol cigs, that made me laugh. The weres in Louisiana are just as skankie as the ones in Mississippi, Alcide has his hands full. I laughed at the thought of them reading "The Most Dangerous Game" though, when they let the guy go running.
Eric tries to save Nora from Salome's influence but she disses Godric and he should have killed her. We need to drastically trim this cast and I'm doing my part with suggestions, see HBO, I am here to help, call me.
This years faes are worse than last seasons, they might dress better, fancy and all but they are bimbos. Einstein never would have run in this particular circle, he was allergic to jazzhands for one. Hoyt is a creeper forever to me now, glad he met Sweetie on the road, she can take that trash out. One huge thing that the show didn't address (one of many), who the hell is running Merlottes? Is it shut down since they all are preoccupied on one plotline or another, none having to do with their place of employment? Lala doesnt even take a break to recoup his hellish Don Bartolo visit and that Holly and Arlene want a favor, he charges at least. When the Iraqi woman entered Lafayette and said one would have to die, did you laugh at Patrick booking out so fast?
Warlow? Did they really call the vamp on the bridge Warlow (Harlow would have had some panache at least)? Hmm, some clue or anagram?
Thanks for the screencaps Skarsgardfans (Barb has a great site) and HBO.
Recaps as usual, just tastes, go to the links to read in entirety-
The development of Bill. There was a danger of Bill’s character stagnating but the writers are speeding up his so-called “evolution.” The plan to bomb the “True Blood” factories is pretty genius, if decidedly antiquated – there are only five factories in the world that make it? How much supply is there? Come to think of it, what is the actual vampire population figure? Either Bill has turned into an evil mad scientist overnight (or during the day, rather, while he’s asleep) or he’s positioning himself to be the savior of humankind and the ultimate mole.
More on Bill. Salome asks him a piercing question we haven’t thought about yet: “If you really loved your human children, why didn’t you make them vampires? Keep them with you forever?” It’s a compelling point, but as Bill explains to his dying daughter, “Immortality is a curse.” Of course, to his daughter, his showing up at her deathbed all youthful and preserved while she rots away is the height of cruelty. Bill immediately realizes he’s made a mistake in letting death commingle with life in this way (just like Brad Pitt does in “Meet Joe Black,” when he visits a dying grandmother and she can tell who she really is. Don’t think we need to give you a spoiler alert here).
The Pam and Tara show: I officially love everything Pam and Tara do, say and wear this season (spinoff?). When an old mean girl from Tara's high school appears, she tries a battle of the words with Tara, and clearly loses. "Now you're a member of two minorities!" the friend says to Tara after Tara bares her fangs. Tara reminds her that she isn't going to take her s--- anymore ... and that she slept with her boyfriend in high school.
Pam rewards Tara's gumption by tying up the high-school friend and glamouring her into being Tara's human slave to feast on. Tara had thought Pam was mad at her. Line of the night from Pam: "You don't know me that well. My mad face and my happy face are the same."
’TIL DEATH DO THEM PART? | To welcome No-Longer-Emo Hoyt to the fold, the rednecks kidnapped Jessica so that he could shoot her with a wooden bullet. Instead, being the good guy that we all know he is, he set her free. Unfortunately, there seems likely to be more heartache ahead for him: When Andy, Sam and Luna-as-Sam showed up to rescue the redhead, Luna-as-Sam smelled a big human woman… and Cheetos. Hoyt’s mama, maybe?
ETC., ETC. | Though Pam intervened when Tara publicly threatened a former high school nemesis at Fangtasia, she privately gave the bitch to her progeny as a present. On Godric’s orders, Eric appealed to Nora’s saner side, only to discover that she no longer possessed a saner side. (Duh.) And in case you couldn’t have guessed, no, Sookie did not lightning-bolt away all her magic. Jason talked her out of doing so, even mentioning that, had she not been “different,” she never would have met Bill. (Foreshadowing?)
CinemaBlend has a good recap too. IGN's here.
TLG's HighlightHollywood- While Salome’s rule as Vampire Authority Guardian found a new ally in King Bill Compton of Louisiana, Russell found a cute new boyfriend in Steve Newlin. They seem to be hitting it off, talking about traveling and enjoying their lives as vampires, while Salome calmly tries to destroy the mainstreamers. But it was Bill who came up with the devious plan for how to destroy the mainstreaming agenda. “Let’s bomb the ‘True Blood’ factories. There are only five of them in the U.S. Without ‘True Blood’, we’ll force the mainstreamers to have to feed on humans,” said Bill. Eric looked on in horror, while Salome found her true soul-mate, or soulless-mate.
Why was Sookie seeing this from the Vamp's perspective, I think she had his blood.
I am happy they used the late Elliot Smith's song instead of Gotye, yeah to Calamar!
This casting call was off by one thing, it was 1910, not 1931 and so it was his daughter after all.
That's an interesting change. She can't be
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Warhol on a bridge