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Whew! I almost forgot this was on, with the Olympics and all that good clean fun. I’m glad I remembered though, a. to avoid angry comments and b. cause this episode was awesome.
Last week.. everyone hates everyone. Young pregnant wives hate their sorcerer husband, wolves hate wolves, vamps hate vamps, Sookie hates her powers, hate groups hate all supes…. etc.
We pick up at the end of the last episode; Sookies still zapping her powers out. When Jason interrupts her, she accidentally zaps him too. She explains she’s trying to splooge out all her powers at once because they suck. Examples: her faerie powers cause her to hear other peoples gross sexual fantasies abouut her; being responsible for her parents death. Do those two really belong in the same list?
Jason tries to point out the good stuff, like Bill (yea….) and talking to Dead Gran. I’m kind of surprised that he’s so supe-encouraging right now.. I guess he just wants to use it to get other supes – the vamp who killed his parents. Two freaks make a fix?
Sookie and Jason head back to the faerie brothel. Mission: find out what Sookie’s unexplored sweet powers are. Plan: meet Man Claude at the bridge where Sookie’s parents were killed.
At the bridge, Claude and his interchangeable fairy sibs. Oh, apparently Albert Einstein was half-faery. Ok. Weird physics talk. Shit’s being made up.
1..2..3..4……8 ridiculous storylines!
The gist: Sookie can use her faeries powers to get into the past and see her parent’s death. Which is just as traumatizing as it sounds.
My guess for the killer vamper was Russell, until we hear his voice, which is super lower and distorted. First Sookie’s in her parents body, then she’s channeling the gross growly vamp. Just as he finds Sookie’s bandaid, he gets blasted by Claudine (aka, Sookie’s faery godmother who Eric ate). Too little, too late.
As Sookie explains to Claude, she “psychically bonded” with the vampire – which was not supposed to happen, and should be impossible. Claude is freaked. Has Sookie just drank THAT MUCH vampire blood? Are her powers greater than a normal faerie? Or was it a FAERIE VAMPIRE? PLEASE be a faery vampire. (I really with Sam had turned his little brother before he died, so we could have a shifter vampire. COOL!)
We do have a clue: Claudine called the vampire by his name, “Warlow.” (Isn’t he the lost Super Mario brother?) So Claude must have known him.
Later, Sookie’s in her bathroom, when the creepy vampire spirit suddenly materializes in her bathroom to let her know he’s coming for her. K? I guess it’s a new vampy then?
Tara, still bar tending at Fangtasia (a. looking HOT in a chinese? japanese? themed outfit b. I thought she was a dancer now?) runs into a Barbie-esque high school friend. (“So you’re a vampire? You’re a member of two minorities now!”) Tara is clearly NOT excited to see this Louisiana valley girl. This biatch manages to mention Lettie Mae’s drinking, Tara’s inability to hold down a job, and call her both lazy and uppity (YIKES) in under a minute.