Time for a HILARIOUS loving scene between the two Sam’s.
Luna might be dying… from the gunshot, or weird shifting related powers? Do we know why we shifted yet? Did Captured Hick poison her before Sam got him? Is this scene supposed to be moving, because it’s just weird. At the end, Luna shifts back into herself finally, after Sam kisses her forehead. I think it’s because she’s dying, though.
Hoyt never made it to get help, because he’s been lost. He is wandering in the middle of nowhere, after all. A truck pulls over and he sees what he calls “a friendly face,” but then they pull an old style silver revolver on him. Whaa? Is it one of the hicks? I wouldn’t think he’d greet them so easily.
It’s still vampire mardis gras for the Lilith drinkers.
who needs tits, though???
Well, except for Eric. I called it; the reverend is giving Russel a lap dance. They are celebrating the Lilith sighting: “May I say.. god has the most beautiful tits I’ve ever seen!” Love Russell. He believes now.. he got to see magical Lilith, and drink a bride while listening to You Light Up My Life. It’s the dream! Creepy burn face guy, Nigel, celebrates killing a child for the first time in years. Great. They’re all born-again! They take Lilith’s appearance as a sign that they’re on the right path – away from mainstreaming.
my friends and i + plus lots of weed + lots of spaghetti.
Salome even agrees to order Nigel a baby to eat: “I want a baby. Lilith wants me to eat a baby.”
In a sweet turn of events, Eric is the wet blanket instead of Bill! He knows, from his Godric visitation, that what they’re doing is wrong. He still doesn’t even believe in Lilith. He leaves the celebration, but Bill sticks around.
We get some hints of Bill’s old wet blanket self when Salome wants him to eat the mother of a four month old baby. He refuses… at first. (Dude! First of all, nobody is that skinny or with that small boobs four months after birthing a child. Maybe she adopted. Second of all, Nigel is probably eating her baby right now, which is awful.) Bill doesn’t want to eat a mommy, seeing as he’s a daddy. This begs the question – why didn’t Bill turn his children?
FLASHBACK TIME! Yes! It’s Bill, visiting his daughter Sarah, on her deathbed. She straight-up asks him to turn her so she doesn’t have to die. The whole “immortality is a curse” thing isn’t that convincing when you’re about to die, especially young. Bill looks all morally conflicted and stuff, but I guess he doesn’t turn her.
trapped for eternity… with this face.