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Sam runs to Luna’s house to tell her about the shifter deaths. He tries to use the grief to put the get-back-together moves on Luna, but it doesn’t work, and she Luna kicks him out when he hears Emma moving in the bedroom. Why is she so eager to hide Emma’s wolfie status? Just so Sam can’t say I told you so?
As Sam leaves the house, he is STRAIGHT UP SHOT IN THE CHEST by a van full of hooligans wearing black (like the people, not the color) masks.
Luna runs out to help him, and is STRAIGHT UP SHOT TOO! It’s sad, though the slow motion makes it cheesy. The shooters try to get Emma too, but she runs off in adorable wolfie form. WAHHHH!
I’ve never been wild about Sam, but I do hope he doesn’t die so unceremoniously. Maybe he can raise adorable wolfie Emma.
Tara’s back, and wearing Pam’s clothes. (“If I wanted to look like a drag queen, I would’ve raided Lafayette’s closet.”) And looking hot.
She’s come full circle to bartend at Fangtasia. True to form, she’s made her first mistake in the first ten seconds – feeding on a customer in public. Which makes Pam kick her ass – she may be a maker, but Fangtasia’s her real baby.
Jessica tries to make nice with Tara, bonding about unwanted vampire transitions. “We can be girlfriends!” Tara gives her best skeptical third world child look,
….. and Jessica looks concerned….
….but then Tara opens up about the bloodlust. It’s one of the most detailed descriptions we’ve had of what being a vamp is actually like. But Jessica doesn’t feel bad about wanting to eat people any more, and Tara does. Jessica: “We’re going to live forever. We’re going to be young forever. The world.. it’s like, wide open for us.”
There’s a lot of necks out there, but Tara has to choose the singer of My Chemical Romance.
The final scene is a montage over the Guardian’s supposedly inspiring religious talk, which he gives to like ten people and I don’t really listen to. The visuals are much more interesting – Jason visits his parents’ graves. Jessica overhears Tara feeding on Hoyt in the next bathroom stall and starts an epic vamp girl fight. It’s unclear who wins, but at the end they’re having that same homoerotic aggression tension we see so often from Bill and Eric. And Alcide.
Sookie and the boys find Russell, looking considerably less gross than Doug last saw him.
Russell: “As my great love Talbot used to say… give it your best shot.” As Eric is about to stake Russell,
….. we hear roaring sounds from behind and the scene cuts away. The End!
Please comment below… I’m interested to hear whether the Terry/Sam/Lafayette storylines are picking up for anyone. I, for one, am still most interested in this Tara/Pam/Jessica thing.
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