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“Me and the Devil,” True Blood: In Pictures

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This episode was all about dreams and movement. Everyone wouldn’t stop moving. So let’s catch up after the jump.

We start off out at the Mickens’s plot of dirt in the middle of the woods, where Joe Lee is still dragging Tommy around by his neck. No, I don’t know why Tommy isn’t mighty morphin power ranging into something like a ladybug right now, but I’m sure it’s the same reason why Sookie only reads minds when it’s convenient. So since Tommy is still Tommy, he gets choked out until he’s unconscious, or rather, “unconscious.” Then he sneaks up behind Joe Lee and gets the chain around HIS neck. The choker has become the chokee! There’s just a festival of choking and wailing and pipe-beating going on now. Oh wait, no, it’s over. Tommy done kilt his parents. Credits.

Over at witch junk, everyone who’s not Marnie is totally gobsmacked that she managed to fuck things up with another vampire. So they ditch her ass. Finally.

Terry doesn’t think Demon Baby wrote that charming message on the wall last week, nor does he think a ghost did it, but just in case, he’s gonna get some ol’ time religion up in there.

At the Stackhouse, some sort of Godric-alike is commanding Eric to drain Sookie.

But it turns out it was all a dream. Then it’s not a dream, as Eric appears in…Gran’s room? Some other room than what I remember as Sookie’s bedroom, where Sookie is sleeping.

Hoyt and Jessica have brought Jason home so that he may convalesce. There is something weird going on between them, btw, and that something is, of course, the fact that she confessed to feeding off that fangbanger and then glamoured it out of Hoyt’s memory. Relationship stuff.

Portia visits Bill. LOL. She is still on some incest shit, so Bill glamours her to be repulsed by him. I think I’ve been secondhand glamoured.

Oh, Lordy. Eric is now crying about his bad dream. As my 2-year-old niece likes to say, “Let’s get outta here!”

And we’re back at Bill’s, where now Pam is visiting, demanding help with the witches–specifically torture and/or the true death–and help with her witchy problems–specifically missing Eric but most importantly, her face. And speaking of, yikes. Girl, you need some La Mer cream. Also, LOL at Bill suggesting she try using more lipstick.

Jesus and Lafayette aren’t just leaving the coven; they’re blowing this popsicle stand and going to stay with Jesus’s abuelo. Yes, Jesus’s scary abuelo. In fact, just in case you were unsure, there’s a helpful flashback to when Jesus was just a sepia-toned boy in Mexico and his abuelo gave him a goat but not as a pet.

I’m pretty sure Tara’s girl has figured out she’s not “Toni.”

Tommy comes roaring up into Sam’s yard, the bodies of their parents in the van with him.

Sookie remembers she can read minds and reads Holly’s thoughts about what Marnie did to Eric. She also gets the name of that shop the coven meets in, which is of course called Moongoddess. Or Moon Goddess.

Jason is telling Hoyt about Hot Shot. He concludes that everything bad that’s ever happened to him is because of sex. Hoyt mentions how Jessica is being weird and no, Jason, it’s not because she violated Hoyt.

Lettie Mae is a preacher’s wife now. Terry got Rev. Daniels to come over because he likes his church–“It’s livelier”–and their regular reverend doesn’t do evil evictions. Rev. Daniels and Lettie do some singing, then some praying, and finally, some smudging.

Sookie goes into an obviously closed Moongoddess and continues to be a terrible liar, but she does manage to talk herself into a reading. She picks up a very scattered array of thoughts in Marnie’s head, while Marnie picks up Gran. Gran wants Sookie to watch over Jason and not to give Eric her heart. Then Sookie can hear Gran in Marnie’s head and Gran is telling Sook to gtfo.

Tommy and Sam go to dispose of the bodies and they are looking way suspicious, so of course Andy is there to pull them over. After some hesitation from Sam about opening up the back of the van, Andy opens the door to find Tommy…who is now an alligator. Sam tells Andy that he found the gator out back of Merlotte’s and was returning him to the swamp.

Marnie has another visitor at Moongoddess. It’s Katarina, Bill’s plant. She is there on more of Bill’s business, specifically to deliver Marnie to Bill’s goons.

Tara tells Sookie about her girl, Naomi, and how she’s lied to her about everything. Sookie advises her to tell the truth–“You gotta be honest with the people you love.” Hmm. Sounds like good advice, Sookie.

At Bill’s, Marnie has another flashback to the time just before the Spanish massacre. The witch she’s been channeling and her witchy friends are being held prisoner by priests, who uh, turn out to be way into the sangre.

Back at the Stackhouse, Sookie’s hypocrisy strolls in, in the form of Eric Northman.

Tara runs through a sampling of Eric’s sins, which are news to him.

Bill speaks to Marnie through the intercom. She tells him about Eric’s visit and the chanting they did, which was a “non-specific protection spell.” He asks her to reverse the spell on Pam and she says she doesn’t know how.

Bill decides to glamour her to be certain.

Hi, Jesus’s grandpa!

Alcide gets a visit from the Shreveport packmaster, who’s all pressed because Alcide hasn’t registered properly. Werewolf politics can be so complicated, lemme tell you.

Tommy and Sam are getting rid of the bodies in a swamp. Sam tells Tommy about killing those two people who stole from him. Classic family bonding. In addition, gators love marshmallows.

While Demon Baby sleeps, Terry and Arlene are doing it.

I’m sure there’s nothing to worry about now.

Jason dreams that Jessica crawls into bed with him and then she turns into Hoyt, which is a perfectly normal thing to dream.

Eric frets about all the bad things he’s done, then he goes emo-running out the door. Sookie calls him back and then…

Just across the way at Bill’s, the king is having a meeting with his remaining sheriffs. We get more history on the Spanish massacre, including that there were vampire priests, which we knew. [Today, there are vampires at Google and at Fox News!] Necromancy, which we knew. Pam gets upset because the Authority still won’t budge on killing humans and accidentally lets it slip that Eric’s been mindwiped. Bill forces her to tell him where Eric is.

Bill rushes off to you-know-where and Pam plaintively apologizes to Eric. Good luck, Mr. Northman!

About Salome G

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