True Blood: “Go, Go, Go”
Gone Daddy Gone.
August 13, 2012 9:37 pmSlade
I call this one "Gone Daddy Gone" in keeping with the music title theme and my feelings toward Bill. "Bad, Bill", as my friend, David, says. Bill has become the worst. I always thought he was the lamer of the two when comparing him and Eric and now I'm just seeing him as some lame holy rolling doofus. Well done, Bill! He's a traitor, a hypocrite and not attractive anymore. Now he's picked up Jess and we can see in her eyes that she thinks he's nuts. She is being polite but someone has to listen to the young blood. I'm confused with Eric as now I'm unsure where he stands. I want to believe that he has another trick up his sleeve so that's what I'm gonna do. Believe in Eric. You can do it, Eric, Fight the power...fuck the police!
Sookie and Jason have found a funny scroll under Sookie's bed that no "human" can decipher so they ask the fairies. It is a contract saying that the Stackhouse first fae born child will be sacrificed to the vamp that killed Sookie and Jason's parents. Who is the first born fae? Well, none other than our fair heroine, Sook. Big shocker there.
Sam and Luna are trying to find Emma as mice and of course, they have arrived at The Authority compound. Emma, being a girl before a wolf, turns herself back and doesn't make her new "daddy" happy. Another Daddy who has gone off his rocker.
Let's see what Pam and Tara are doing, shall we? Pam has given up. There is a new sheriff in town who looks like some emo kid straight out of a My Chemical Romance concert. He says that unless they turn a huge amount of humans he will take the bar and Tara. Tara decides to trick emo-pire into checking to see if she killed a human while feeding. Blamo! No more emo-pire! I'm not sure if Pam is happy. She just looked dead pan and bored.
Let's move to an unnecessary scene. Andy stops in to pick up Holly from work and Lafayette has a feast prepared for them. I don't get it. Lafayette can be such a "C U Next Tuesday" then act all nice and talking about dessert. What a weird unnecessary scene. Well, there is always one.
The kicker was Hoyt deciding to move to Alaska and asking Jess to glamour him so he could forget her and Jason. With blood tears in her eyes she does it. Jason sees Hoyt later on driving and when he decides to pull him over to see if it worked...it did. Poor Jason and his back-stabbing girlfriend banging ways. He cries into Sookie's arms. Ahhhhhhh. Whatevs! Why are we feeling bad for Jess or Hoyt? They screwed with that boy so bad and now they want him to remember them and forgive. How about this? Don't screw your best friend's girl and girlfriend, don't be such a vampin' whore. Lesson learned? Can we let Hoyt go now? I think so.
We'll see you next week, suckers!
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