I have two questions! Why didn’t Jason shoot Sarah and where the hell did Eric fly off to? This is no time to leave the party, my little stud muffin. Bill is acting like Mr. Hero, as he leads the rescued vamps home, but it was Eric who really saved the day. Arlene has to stop marrying men with issues. And, I’ve had enough funerals to last for a while; let’s concentrate on weddings, instead. Will Sookie and Warlow tie the knot? Will Eric return to save the day? Let’s find out together after the jump. Read the rest of this entry
They’re dropping fasting than flies and sleazy politicians. Yes, my little bloodsuckers; another one bit the dust; poor Lady Nora. Eric’s sister was given tainted blood, and Bililith would not help her. What else happened in episode seven? Plenty: Alcide is in big wolf doodoo with his pack; Bill is now able to walk in the sun; Jessica may have found true love. But the real star of episode 07 was the ever tyrannical Sarah Newlin. Not only did she step right into the Governor’s shoes, but she demonstrated to friend and foe alike, why women make better leaders. To disagree with Sarah means a trip to the feeding tank. Will Sarah run for President in 2016? I hope she does, Congress needs some ass kicking, but until then, let’s find out what’s happening in good old Bon Temps. Read the rest of this entry
Marvel Comics’ ten-issue maxi-series Age of Ultron is over by a few weeks. The massive time travel epic that had the Avengers’ greatest enemy finally winning has come and gone – but what has really changed? And will there really be any change? You can read my thoughts after the jump.
Sometimes things are not what they seem. Sometimes you need to see both sides of a situation before knowing the truth. Such is the case in #TRUTHINJOURNALISM, a short film produced by Adi Shankar and Sam Balcomb, written and directed by Joe Lynch, and starring Ryan Kwanten of HBO’s “True Blood.”
Holy rolling heads! My phone was ringing off the wall after people read my post of last week’s episode, on Biff Bam Pop! I have lots of friends and family who are ardent followers of “True Blood,” and my little blood suckers were all chattering about the latest events in Bon Temps. Did Bill finally find his… how can I put this in a nice way… mojo? Did Terry really bite the bullet? Is Sookie a vampire? Is Sarah the Wicked Witch of the West, reincarnated? Maybe, yes, not sure, and definitely, but let’s find out for sure after the jump. Read the rest of this entry
Last week was all about the girls. It’s hard being a woman in Bon Temps especially if you hang around with vampires. Just ask Andy’s faerie daughters. They learned the hard way; choose your friends wisely. And, what about the Governor’s daughter, Willa, you dare to ask? She learned two lessons: sometimes you get what you asked for; and even if you’re a vampire; life sucks. Join me, after the jump, as we visit the town of Bon Temps for a spoiler-filled peek. Read the rest of this entry
What better way to top off a great 4th of July weekend than to visit the town of Bon Temps and our frisky little vampires. Last week, we watched as Steve Newlin learned firsthand about karma payback; she’s called Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp). The last person you want to meet at a torture facility is your angry ex. Lot’s happened and we have questions: Will the Governor continue to phone tap Eric? Will Bill order take out from Andy’s home? Will Sam rescue Emma? Will Sookie and Ben get it on? Will we ever see Eric naked? Let’s find out together.
Tonight’s episode was all about the ladies. Oh sure, the men were there: Eric, Bill, Jason, Ben, Sam, Andy and the Gov., but it was all about the girls and what they wanted. But… my little blood banks… the big question is; did they get what they wanted? You be the judge.
Sookie (Anna Paquin) has a bad habit of letting the wrong men into her house and her bed. You’d think she would have learned after Bill’s betrayal, but no, she keeps that revolving door unlocked and in stumbled Ben. Sookie has the hots for Ben, but he has a secret and Jason is part of it. She’s invites Ben over for a romantic dinner for two.
Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) and Tara (Rutina Wesley) are not too happy with Eric and his new pet, Willa. They hate the mad hatter Governor and they hate his daughter, Willa, even more. They can’t understand what Eric sees in the girl, so Tara hides her. When Eric demands that Tara tell him where she hid Willa, she tells him off. Tara hasn’t read the Vampire rule book about obeying her makers. Tara rocks! But, her arguing with Pam has its consequences.
Willa (Amelia Rose Blaire) wants to be with Eric. She wants to do bad things with him. When Eric offers her the eternal night life, she practically jumps his bones; she’s horny for the stud muffin. But after she’s changed, Eric sends her home to Daddy. Poor Willa, she never got to do the bad thing and she has some big explaining to do to dear old dad and his new sidekick.
Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp) is jinxed. Yes our Sarah has gone through an unhappy marriage to a bible thumping, loser who is now a player for the other team and a vampire. Even Jason proved to be a big disappointment; he being a hit and run kind of lover. Now she’s the Governor’s sidekick and she’s hyped up on killing vampires; all of them. But the Governor is now the proud papa of a vampire, thanks to Eric, and can’t bring himself to stake his daughter. Sarah has to take matters into her own hands.
Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll) is up to her neck in weird stuff. When Bill decides to use Andy’s faerie daughters for an experiment with Dr. Takahashi’s (Keone Young) help, Jessica tries to protect the girls. The girls have morphed within hours to barely clad teenagers who want to party. The girls head over to the neighborhood liquor store and Jessica talks them into partying at her house. The girls, who have given their share of blood to be tested are tired and want to go home. Jessica tries to stop them; bad things happen. I love Jessica. She is a goody two shoes, and tries her best to make everyone happy, but sometimes when you’re too nice; you get walked over.
Nicole (Jurnee Smollett Bell) was bitten by a werewolf. Will she change, become a shape shifter? And who is that horse, she’s hanging around with?
Nora (Lucy Griffiths) is Chicken Little, running around warning people about Warlow and Lilith, but no one will listen to her.
Ginger (Tara Buck) our favorite flaky Fangtasia barmaid is arrested by the Governor for trying to protect her vampire employers. Is it just me or is her constant screaming getting on your nerves, too?
Conclusion and Spoiler Alert
It doesn’t really matter if you’re human, vampire or shape shifter, if you’re a woman living in Bon Temps, your heart is going to be broken, or worse; eaten. There were a lot of spoiler alerts in this episode, but I’ll only tell you one… Sookie finally got her shit together.