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Who Season 7 Episode 3 Pam: “So, your mom’s a
real b*tch.” The bond between Pam and her protégé grew this episode. Tara even
hugged Pam after she reminded her that in a hundred years, Tara
wouldn’t even remember her old mother. She has a maker now! Breaks over, Tara! Back on the pole! Back at the Authority HQ, Bill
and Eric witnessed, and inevitably took part in, a ceremony honoring Lilith’s
blood. That old blood isn’t symbolic, it’s actually hers! After witnessing
Russell off a member who was opposed to this blasphemy, everyone hopped on the
bandwagon and took a swig of blood. Nothing will happen, right?
Wrong! The entire vampire crew was Doctor
Who Season 7 Episode 3 unbelievably wasted and
obnoxiously marched through the streets, arrogantly assaulting humans. Lilith
was their GPS. Eric gave Bill a piggy back ride, and Steve Newlin (Michael
McMillian) hit on Russell. Not a bad match, if you ask me! The drunken mob
waltzed into the middle of a wedding party at a bar and massacred everyone.
Then, like a stripper popping out of a cake, Lilith herself appeared completely
nude, to sing karaoke. No, there was indeed karaoke, but Lilith just walked
around all nude and powerful. Nora was all for it. Godric (Allan Hyde) was not
amused. He appeared to Eric and snapped him out of it. He pleaded with Eric to
save Nora. She looks pretty unsalvageable to me. Eric looked over to Lilith
only to see Nora staring into space.
Season 7 Episode 3 Jessica and Jason ended up
having a massive blowout argument after they kissed and he tasted human blood
on her lips. Jessica simply forgot that she had just been feeding. “It’s just
like a cow,” she sort of insisted. To Jason, that translated to “you are
basically just a cow.” She bit him, he shot her in the head, and he left. Upon
leaving, Jason caught a glimpse of the lightning show Sookie was putting on.
She decided to waste away her flashlight fingers after reminiscing on the past
four seasons of being called a freak. Jason ran off to save the day.
What did you all think of the episode? Doctor
Who Season 7 Episode 3 Did Jessica deserve to
get shot in the face? Is Pam the only lady left who can rock crimped hair?
Who’s side is Molly on? Do you like superhero Sam? Is Tara
a better stripper or bartender? In all seriousness, how the hell can anyone
stop Lilith (if she’s real)? Call Sookie!.. yet again.
In one of the most ominous moments in Doctor Who history, the mother of all
vampires, Doctor Who
Season 7 Episode 3 Lilith, showed up to the party
this week. She showed up late, but she still exists! At least, we think she
exists! “In the Beginning” was full of twists and turns. While I can’t recall
the last time the plot of this show seemed so chaotically complicated, I’m
The episode opened where the last left off. Bill (Stephen Moyer) and Eric
(Alexander Skarsgard) were left in a tizzy after Roman met the true death.
Russell (Denis O’Hare) pinned Eric up on a pillar, and was Doctor Who Season
7 Episode 3 “seized” by the authority. Bill and
Eric realized they’d been duped by someone, or everyone, into recovering
Russell. Molly (Tina Majorino) wants to know why her iStakes didn’t work!
Eric ends up blaming two-faced Nora (Lucy Griffiths) for their predicament.
Bill hates everyone right now. Soon enough, the truth is revealed. Salome
(Valentina Cervi) Doctor
Who Season 7 Episode 3 followed them the night they
buried Russell and eventually was the one to dig him up. Nora was her right
hand girl, and Russell is all for the Lilith brigade now that he’s free and
protected. He plays into the whole act very well, but Eric and Bill immediately
refuse to denounce mainstreaming in favor of their fundamentalist ways.
Back at the bottom of the genie bottle, also known as the secret fairy club
(which sounds lamer?), Jason (Ryan Kwanten) watched over Sookie (Anna Paquin)
as a couple of Doctor
Who Season 7 Episode 3 decent fairies ran some tests
on her luminescence. The tests didn’t really go as well as they’d hoped.
Jason: “Her head lit up real good, I thought!”
Sookie’s magic is finite because she’s only a mudblood. She can essentially
use it all up and become a boring old human. It really doesn’t seem like having
fairy powers is that bad of a situation when you consider the fact that if and
when they run out, vampires will still exist. Doctor
Who Season 7 Episode 3 Also, they didn’t mention
anything about Sookie’s blood tasting any less like cotton candy if she uses up
her light powers. Sookie is pretty sold, though. She just wants to be a normal
waitress, you guys!.. until she loses the attention of every supernatural man
in town. In which case, I’m sure she’d regret that decision.
Season 7 Episode 3 Back at the gun store crime
scene, Andy (Chris Bauer) is interrogated by his own man, while Sam (Sam
Trammell) sniffs away like a puppy. He rolled around on the store floor,
basking in the scents of bad diets and hatred, until he uncovered the Obama
masks! Sam is the town vigilante!
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