I’m kind of hoping Bill was having a bad dream. The whole scene was disturbing and comical at the same time.
I love the show and I’m not complaining. But, I wish they would make up their mind how they want the vamps to look. Season 1 - they were just paler than everyone else. Season 2 - They looked grayish and corpse like, and Bill’s hair was almost black. Season 3 - A little bit pale with cherry Kool-Aid mouths, (except for Franklin who looks like he belongs in Season 2.)
I forget where I read this, but I heard somewhere that the actor who plays Bill came back from hiatus after season 1 with a nice dark tan from his beach vacation, so the makeup was a little heavier that season, because they had to cover that up.
I kind of enjoyed Sam’s white trash family showing up at his restaurant. The mother seems to be really pushing hard for contact, and the father definitely had dollar signs in his eyes when he saw the place.
I really enjoyed this latest episode, except Bill’s flashback was awfully sad and brought down the whole mood. And that gratuitous sex scene with Pam and the dancer slut? WTF?
We’ve seen the ‘glamour into an invitation’ before. When Jessica went home and vamped out, Bill had to get inside to stop her. He glamoured her little sister into inviting him in.
I like all the possibilities about Bill protecting/hiding Sookie, but I’m thinking it may be something a little different. I’m working on a theory that maybe he’s using her. Or at least using her determination. Hoping that she’ll be around when he’s ready to make his move. Of course this is only based on the fact that it’s a soap-opery tv show and that makes sense for a ‘dramatic moment’ later on.
Yup, that’s where the books go, anyway. Bill and Sookie break up for good in the book this season is based on after Bill hurts her (first physically, then emotionally) and Eric gets his fondest wish in book 4…briefly, anyway.
So…I’m getting confused about the timeline too. How long has passed since the pilot episode? I thought it was several months, but not if the baby might be Rene’s.
They said there had been a werewolf community there for more than 2 centuries, which makes you wonder if the black werewolves who were there had to go to a separate bar before the 1960s. Give the subtlety of Lou Pine’s (admittedly a lot more than J.K. Rowling’s subtlety in Remus Lupin- with a name like that how can you not get bitten by a werewolf?) it was called Black Wolves.