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Obviously, one of the traitors is a member of the council. The Guardian opens their meeting by cracking ou the Judas bough, which I guess is a special betrayal revenge stake. All the council members look nervous, as the Guardian reveals he is searching their rooms for betrayal evidence. They all look pretty nervous. Who shall it beeee? Good thing they didn’t just say the name, cause I wouldn’t have known anyway, I don’t know any of them. There’s black dude, serious foreigner, southern lady, and kid. Oh, it was kid, called it! The evidence against him? He tortured and ate a human then sent it out as a message of sanguinista solidarity. From his laptop. Fool. Kid tries to make excuses, but he gets TRUE DEATHED right there.
WhereTF is Russell
This episode actually opens with a slap down – from Pam, to Tara. Tara doesn’t really feel like obeying her maker about not committing suicide, so Pam orders her (as her maker) not to.
Bill and Eric are still on their mission to catch Russell. Apparently only four people knew where he was buried. (Who? I forget?) They speed off (in a car) to find her. (Why do two vamps have to drive? Can’t they just run real fast?) They go to Fangtasia, running into Tara and Pam. Pam’s clearly SO happy to see Eric, but she tries to play off like it’s no big deal.
Eric sends Bill and Tara off for some “I hate myself” time. Tara’s surprised they don’t play the ‘as your maker’ card more. (Yea, couldn’t Lorena have been like “Bill, as your maker, I command you never to leave me and to bang me all the time and not have me killed”? Or couldn’t Eric have been like “Pam, as your maker, I command you not to ever put Sookie in danger?” And so on.)
Pam probably thought she and Eric were going to have a nice reacquainting chat, or maybe makeup sex (although I don’t think they do that any more?) but in fact, Eric’s got her round the neck and accusing her of letting out Russell. Sad homecoming. Man. It must really hurt to know that one Sookie incident ruined a century of trust. Pam’s taking it pretty hard, too, begging Eric to “release” her.
Like sabotaging your relationship so when you get dumped, you can at least pretend you knew why.
So who else could it be? Not Pam; Bill didn’t tell Jessica and Eric didn’t tell Nora. Hmm.
It’s Tara’s first night of sleep alongside Mommy Pam, who watches her sleep in her pink jumpsuit. Aww. Eric comes downstairs for a visit. It seems he’s forgiven her for the Sookie thing… but he’s still going to “release” her. She’s his only child, and she has to live on. He’s going on a Russell/Authority double suicide mission, after all. He says the releasing ‘vows’ very tenderly, as Pam cries blood, and it’s really a very sweet moment.
At Bill’s house, there’s also a sweet fatherly moment: While searching the house for a bug, Bill finds a joint from one of Jessica’s parties. She starts sputtering an explanation but Bill interrupts – “This is low quality shit.” (Okay, my dad wouldn’t react like that, but this is fantasy tv dad.) He gives her a loving little look; Jessica probably doesn’t know he means it as a goodbye.
Time for one more little parenting moment: Tara’s first feeding on a human, as facilitated (and commanded) by Pam. It’s very sensual.
Forgetting Debbie Pelt
Last episode, Sookie confessed to Alcide that she killed Debbie. This week, she’s ready to come clean to everyone, even running over to Jason’s house to confess her guilt. That’s right, he’s the law now! Sookie has arbitrarily chosen this moment to stop digging the hole of lies she is probably too deep to get out of now. Jason sees this, and wants her to shut up and keep it quiet. Unfortunately, Jessica’s there in the background (with Jason’s sweatpants on), and now she knows too.