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The Gates: Alejandra
Claire fails at making baked goods, so she relapses with a hot vampire friend of hers. And then again at a dinner party. There’s a breach in The Gates security and the chief puts everything on FULL LOCKDOWN. Leigh’s house, among others, is hit, and she gets mighty suspicious of Marcus’ new girlfriend (who is inexplicably moving in with him after a week). Also, apparently what is taken from Leigh’s house causes her to have nosebleeds if they’re separated for too long. Interesting…
Oh, and then Leigh murders the culprit at the end of the episode in cold blood!!
Design Star: SwellMel
In last night’s episode, the 9 remaining Design Stars head to a flower shop where Vern is tip-toeing through the tulips, through the tulips with Cheryl Tiegs…
Cheryl Tiegs “Aww Vern, you look like you’re a young Asian war bride”.
At the flower shop, the designers are given the task of picking a flower that best represents them.
Then without the designers’ knowledge, Vern divides the flowers into two bouquets: one for the girls’ team and one for the men’s team. (These girls versus boys challenges are getting a little old btw. Time to mix it up!!)
Vern returns and announces this week’s challenge: to design a studio apartment based on the overall team bouquet AND the designers’ must incorporate their own individual floral inspiration. Egads! Sounds like a hot mess.
Check back Wednesday to find out if the designers create a floral fantasy suite or induce an asthma attack.
True Blood: WaffleBoy
True Blood: After a week off, we get to catch up with the folks in Bon Temps, and as usual, all sorts of things are going on. Bill breaks up with Sookie by cell phone. Naturally Sookie doesn’t give up looking for Bill, because that is the major plot line of the season. Err, they’re in love? For whichever reason, Sookie slaps on a bad wig, and goes undercover at that werewolf bar she went to in the last episode, yay for reusing sets!
While that’s going on, Eric gets a surprise visit from the Magistrate, and no, he doesn’t bring a bundt cake. It’s now official, Tara has the worst vampire boyfriend ever, and the really scary thing is that they’ve only known each other for 48 hours, so they are still in the official honeymoon phase. Oh and Bill has the saddest lap dance in the history of pay cable, and that’s not saying anything about Jason’s quest to avoid the civil service exam, or Sam’s family spending time in their summer home, translation a van in Sam’s parking lot. It’s good to have these folks back in our life, huh?