Jason and the relationships of Jessica and Hoyt...and Jason and Hoyt?
There is nothing like a good murder to bring siblings together. Tommy was being beaten down by his father with his mother just looking on. When his dad thinks that Tommy is unconscious, he releases the chain around his neck and goes to mama to tell her to chillax (not in those exact words). Tommy jumps up and strangles his Dad. When his mother attacks him he pushes her to her death. He turns to the only family he has left..Sam. They put the bodies in a van and take off when Andy stops them. Tommy goes to the back to hide with the bodies while Andy speaks to Sam. He makes Sam open the back of the van and he finds....a crocodile. Tommy finally used his head. Sam tells Andy he was returning it to the swap. Andy who is now on his ass after opening the door and finding a croc just nods him away. They head for the swamp and dump the bodies. Sam throws marshmallows into the water and the crocs eat the bodies. He tells Tommy, "Crocs love marshmallow." See, True Blood is both fun and educational ":-)
He makes a brief appearance when the Shreveport pack leader goes to his house and tries to intimidate Alcide. He's not having it, but it looks like trouble is brewing for Alcide and Debbie. Raise your hand if you think Debbie is going to make Alcide regret going back to her.....Me too!
Lafayette, Jesus and Tara
They are up sh*ts creek without a paddle when it comes to how deeply involved they are with the whole Vamps vs Crazy Witch battle that has been going on. First, Marnie (with their background help) turns Eric into the easy-going, childish, yet completely adorable man we see now - who has no clue who he is. Then, she turns Pam, who is quite concide, is left looking like Bride of Chucky when Marnie puts a sort of rotting spell on her - not pretty. Lafayette is pissed, along with the rest of the crew and they leave Marnie in the woods as they go home. See Lafayette's hilarious comments under Favorite Quotes below. Jesus decides that they should go to Mexico to seek the help of his brujo grandfather. He tells the story of how is granddad made him kill the goat and lick its blood and the power he felt with it. All I want to do is yell."Lafayette - stay away!!" But he doesn't listen to me and he leaves Tara to go with Jesus. They arrive and the scariest grandad ever takes them in...all I'm thinking is: no bueno. In the meantime, tara goes to Sookie for comfort after she calls her girlfriend, who did what most girlfriends do...snoop. She finds out that Toni is Tara. Tara tells Sookie all about it and is pouring her heart out when Eric comes out of his hidey hole. Tara lets all the bad things Eric has done roll off her tongue and runs out on them both.
Eric and Sookie
Eric creeps up to Sookie's room when Godrick appears. The ghost demands that he drain Sookie because vamps are incapable of love. He is just about to do just that when he wakes up - it was a dream. He gets up and makes his way to her room, opens the door fangs out, and inches to her bed. Sookie wakes up screaming when he tells her he had a bad dream and wants to stay with her until sunrise. She strokes his hair unable to believe that in her lap lays the notorious Eric Northam. He says the sweetest thing (Favorite Quotes> and goes to bed. Sookie is on a mission to help Eric and she starts with Holly. Since they are both working the same shift, she pretends she has an interest in witchcraft. When she starts to question her on the whole Vampire memory issue - Holly tells her she doesn't want to talk about it because she has kids and doesn't want to get mixed up in vamp business (a little late for that). That doesn't stop Sookie from reading her mind, which pretty much says that she is staying clear of nut-bags Marnie and will not go back to the Moon Goddess witch shop.With that piece of info, Sookie then goes to that very shop and meets Marnie, who is reluctant to give Sookie a reading, Sookie blabs about how she is interested in witch craft and readings...blah, blah, blah. Marnie finally agrees to give her one, probably just to shut her up. She asks for a personal item and Sookie gives her the necklace she is wearing. Marnie hears and sees the ghost of Sookie's grandma. With Sookie's ability to hear minds she can hear her grandma's voice telling her not to fall in love, that it is only temporary and most importantly...RUN...Marnie is dangerous. Marnie responds by denying that she is a danger, but Sookie grabs her necklace and says "If my gran tells me to run, I run" and takes off. We later see her with Tara when Eric comes out and all the secrets of his not so nice guy ways. When Tara storms off, Eric is left feeling guilty. He asks her is all that Tara says is true and Sookie confirms it. She tells him that he was not all bad, but he is stricken with guilt. He walks out of the door to leave when she runs after him. He walk backs to her and BAM..the kiss we have been waiting for. Sookie is one lucky fairy, if you discount the danger, killed family members and lack of privacy...I think it's even if you get to kiss Eric - What do you think?
Pam and Bill