shut up before my stiletto goes uppity your ass!
When Tara threatens to fry up her heart in response (much less clever response than mine), Pam swoops in to apologize to her patrons. And tell Tara not to get uppit.
OH MY! It turns out Pam wasn’t really mad after all.
Got a little motto
Always sees me through
When you’re a bitch to patrons,
Mama’s good to you.
“You don’t know me that well. My mad face and my happy face are the same.” Pam’s taken a page out of the hick book: she’s captured the blonde bitch for Tara, and glamoured her into begging to be Tara’s food whore. Whoa Pam! Tara must really want to learn how to glamour now. She could do some real damage with that.
Angels & Demons
So, Lafayette’s alone again, driving back to the U.S. and mourning over Jesus’ old first aid kit – which conveniently contains vampire blood to heal his lips. So pregnant wifey isn’t along for the ride? What was her motivation? Then all of a sudden, he’s not alone – Jesus is there, and they’re wearing cute matching purple outfits. Aww.
When Lafayette gets back to his house, he’s got two unwelcome visitors. Holly and Arlene. “Hooker, I ain’t in the helping business no more. I’m in the fuck off while I smoke a blunt business, and business about to pick waaay up.” LOVE IT.
The ladies try to explain Terry’s smoke monster situation. Or, in their opinion, the imaginary smoke monster situation. They want Lafayette to use his medium skills – well, not really. They want Lafayette to pretend to communicate with the dead Iraqi woman, and to tell Terry the curse is lifted. Of course, we all know what’s going to happen. Lafayette’s going to actually communicate with Iraqi lady, and the truth shall come out! (Can her spirit travel all the way from Iraq? Is that the way spirits work?)
So yea, that’s how it plays out. Arlene and Holly trick Terry and Patrick into coming to the house for a little seance. Lafayette does an AWESOME Whoopi Goldberg in Ghost, pretending to talk to the Iraqi woman, and then actually talking to her.
much prettier than whoopi goldberg.
We see this Zafirah woman for a second before she gets all up in Lafayette’s body, and starts talking all Iraqi. Luckily, she gets right back out again. What she said: either Terry must kill Patrick, or Patrick must kill Terry, and the curse will be lifted. Well, clearly Patrick has to die. Come on now.
no! anybody but… that guy! from that show!
(Also, I loved how Lafayette forgot Patrick’s name, which everyone who watches this show including myself has done as majillion.)