Last Week’s True Blood

I already miss Godric’s sexy dreds. The not-so-sexy George Clooney is not doing it for me.

The Judas line made me laugh out loud.

I think crazy Mrs. Reverend thought Jason was a little hot, there.

Eric remains my favorite character. “Don’t use words I don’t understand.”

I don’t think that Bill taking a television to his maker can go go very well.

Tarot cards?!  Hurray.

Justice is the last card.   I don’t think that can go well.  I don’t think, by the way Lafayette is still holding the card, that he’s comforted either.

I really like bad-ass Jason.

And why isn’t Sam in his house?

I know they’re not going to kill Sam, but I am still freaked right the fuck out.

And could he please hold that gun like he’s about to use it rather than just letting it dangle at his side?!

Don’t touch her, you idiot! Don’t get your fingerprints on her!

No, he’s not really going to try to dispose of the body, is he?  Has Sam Merlotte been struck with the stupid-stick usually reserved for the Stackhouses?

Oh god, promise me this very day that, if you ever feed me a heart, you will devein it first, please.

“I’m actually older than your Jesus.” The writing has so improved on this show.

Is the preacher really going to be so easily defeated?

I’m glad for the shout-out to Renee.

I’m so ready for Andy to be believed, so ready.

Oh god, who is going to eat something that bleeds like that? Clearly, it is time for the Stackhouses to come home and regain their crown as the stupidest people in town, just to save these folks from themselves.

Okay, on the one hand, I feel bad for Jessica. On the other hand, how many women get to be 18 and still have a hymen? She never rode a bike or a horse or fell wrong or did the splits? I’m just not buying it.

I don’t think you can technically sodomize a pine tree.  But that’s just me.

I wish Bill were a little evil, still. Stick in the mud Bill is just not that much fun.

Godric needs some vampire anti-depressants, doesn’t he?

Sookie, be suspicious!  Be suspicious!  Or run away!

Okay, I don’t trust Bill.  I’m just going to say it. Something funky and unseemly is going on with him. Mark my words.

I knew Steve Newlin could not be done away with that easily!  But I wish I’d timed that better so I had less time between this episode and the next.

One thought on “Last Week’s True Blood

  1. I watched this episode last night and I’m still not sure what half of your comments refer to. (I assume you’re doing that at least partly on purpose.) Am anxious to see what happens next too. I’m glad I didn’t watch these when it was new.

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