True Blood, True Blood, Woo

The Butcher and I are watching True Blood together for the first time ever, even though we both watch it.

I wonder how soon until he gets annoyed by my typing.

Why is there any sexual tension between Sookie and the werewolf dude?

“Shut the fuck up.”

Poor Bill. I think the Mississippi vampires have broken him.

“I don’t have a nutsack.” Aw, how can something be so funny and sad.

Dude was NOT going to shoot his brother, was he?

Though, I must admit, if this whole storyline were to end tonight with Sam shooting his whole family, I would give a million dollars. Which, really, is a testament to how crappy this storyline is.

Yep, Bill is broken.

And Eric can fly.

In his dreams!

Well, if you have to be tied up somewhere, it’s good to be tied on the toilet with your pants down. But I think your legs would fall asleep about 15 minutes in.

Oh, Jason has to face his younger self. That’s hard.

And it’s going to go poorly.

Oh no, do you think Jason’s going to break his arm?

I feel so bad for this werewolf dude. He is going to get beat up again.

Bill covered for Sookie there, didn’t he?

But how is it that Bill knew Eric was selling blood for the Queen?

Did she just pee in fear? I would have.

Ooo, this is good. “Baby vampire” has a job. Jessica at Sam’s. It’s perfect.

Oh no, Chip from Bible Study. You suck.

“I think I’ll kill all your brother-cousins first.”

Oh, Erik. I’m glad I don’t have occasion to need him, but I wish I had someone like him if I did need him.

Oh, Sam’s brother. I know how you feel.

Oh no! Pam.

Jason’s about to blackmail Andy! This episode is full of crap happening.

The Butcher hopes Jason runs for Sheriff against Andy.

Kendra is going to have to put a stop to this nonsense.

Okay, I did not expect Tara to end up where she has.

“As you wish.” It’s like the Princess Bride.

All these werewolves wear their hair like we did in the 80s.

Oh no! Miley Cyrus looks so sad on the stripper pole.

Um Sookie and Harveaux need to give exposition more quietly.

Seriously, Bill can’t work Miley Cyrus any faster?

Bill, just go about being a douche. Don’t worry about Sookie.

Poor Miley Cyrus.

7 thoughts on “True Blood, True Blood, Woo

  1. I’m starting to lose patience with Tara. She needs to step up and stop being so feeble. After last season’s story line I’m not sure I’m going to be able to muster more sympathy for her.

  2. Well, in all fairness, she was glamored and then tied up. She did try to run when she had the chance. She’s much less wishy-washy this season.

  3. I kind of agree with SB. I’m tired of looking at Tara being scared and helpless. She’s good at it, but I’d like to see some other emotions. Oo, maybe they’ll turn her into a vampire and she can be totally bad-ass!

  4. I am kind of suspicious that they might be turning her slowly into the real version of the sham voodoo lady from season one. A couple of times we’ve heard people refer to her as “magical” and she’s definitely having a kind of terrible initiation of some sort.

    But, yeah, that actor is too good to be wasted too long as the scared, helpless victim. I’m ready to see her kicking butt and taking names.

  5. But she let the vampire with the British accent in her house! Why did she invite him in? This is one of those things where there’s a break in the logic and the entire rest of the series will not make sense to me.

    Tara was all like “Ohhhh noooo I’m not going to be fooled again, I know you can’t come in unless I invite you and that ain’t gonna happen” and then 2 seconds later she acts like she’s been hypnotized (AGAIN! Cripes we went through an entire season of that LAST year/…) and invited the British vampire in her house and then he’s tying her up and trying to get her to betray Sookie. Over it.

  6. She invited him in because he did glamor her, right? That’s what I took was happening, which seems like a terrible loop-hole in the “just don’t invite them in” mythos. If vampires can glamor you into saying “come on in,” then not inviting them in really isn’t an option, is it?

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