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Again, questions. Why is the demon evil in Lafayette if it wasn’t evil in Jesus? Was Jesus just strong enough to control it, or does he have special Hispanic powers? Is Jesus’ evil grandpa involved in this somehow? Where the hell did Jesus’ dead body go, anyway, and is that related to this? So far, this storyline is stupid.
Remember the judge Andy bent over for? He’s taking Jason and Andy to party and making weird jokes about Andy’s internet butt. The evening begins with three beautiful women, a limousine, and… bags being placed on the boys’ heads. The girls lead them to the middle of a field, and it appears that they are faeries, since they make the little faery light flash and then all six of them walk through thin air. Into a weird burlesque club. Actually, judging by the way the judge grabs a faery and runs off, it’s more like a brothel. There’s lots of lingerie and coordinated dance routines. I just saw Magic Mike and that club was way better.
Jason goes out to make out with a random blond faery, and Andy immediately runs into that faery he SO RANDOMLY had sex with in the woods a long time ago when he was still on V. He immediately starts making out with her.
The writers finally give us a little bit of a bone when Jason spots his fairy cousin, Hadley. Apparently this is a fairy safe house, away from vampires. Hadley also spills some beans about Jason’s parents being killed by the vampires. Jason’s make-out faery shoos Hadley away, and Jason gives chase, resulting in a confrontation with the faery bouncers (hehehe). Jason and Andy get thrown out back on the grass, and as the episode ends they are fried with some faery light by the faery bouncers- memory snuffer, if I had to guess.
What the hell. I have no idea. Why is the judge there? Why do faeries like gross, old, semi-powerful men? Why are all the faeries in rural Louisiana?
Remember Sam’s old shifter friends? They’ve stopped by Merlotte’s to invite him to come run again. I guess he’s been ignoring the group. He promises to come run that night, since Luna isn’t coming.
Sam shows up for his midnight shifter run and THEY BE DEAD. That’s right, the two shifter friends who came to Merlotte’s have holes in their heads. Why? Who knows. Do we need another storyline? Nope. The only people who come to mind as the murderers are werewolves, and I thought they already knew Sam didn’t kill Marcus. Plus, holes in the head is a little clean for them.
WTF, traitorous Authority council members
The Guardian and Salome are enjoying a little relaxing bedtime TV – Nora’s torture video. The Guardian can’t give up on getting the names of the Sanguinista allies out of her. This time, he’s turning Salome on Nora, since they love each other like sisters.
Meanwhile, the Authority council people are sassily monitoring the boys movement and questioning: Is Russell really alive? Is it a Sanguinista hoax? Is Scandivia really the most liberal place in the world? One great lines comes from Serious Foreign council member, who comments that the vampire Bible is “just a book. I know the guy who wrote it and he was high the whole time.”
The Guardian and Salome again promise to spare Nora’s life if she betrays her allies, but she’s not in to it. She will tell to protect Eric and Bill’s safety, though. Isn’t Salome the only one who knows and Eric and Nora are vamp siblings? Isn’t the Guardian wondering why Nora even cares about those two? I’m certainly wondering. This character came out of nowhere and I don’t really get who she is or her end game.
Anyway, Salome does a yummy little blood oath to promise Eric and Bill’s safety if Nora reveals the traitor. Which she does. But we don’t get to hear the name yet.