Sarah: “The truth is if you really want to do God’s work, you have to be in politics.”
“You’re No Good” is tonight’s episode of “True Blood.” If you haven’t seen the episode, beware of spoilers! To review what happened last time, click here. Be sure to check out the slideshow for more quotes from the episode. “True Blood” airs Sunday nights at 8 on HBO.
Eric ends up kidnapping the Governor’s daughter, Willa, after she says she can tell him things about the camp. Aside from the weird sort of almost romance between the two, this storyline is great because it gives viewers some answers. There have been hints as to what the humans have come up with in terms of defense against the vampires. Unfortunately the romance/infatuation moments cut back on how much information Willa reveals. Are you enjoying the romane?
Thankfully the writers accompany this storyline with one where Steve Newlin is in this camp. The best part of this storyline? Steve is reunited with his lovely wife Sarah! She has a small scene, but it is absolutely great to see her again, especially now that she is a little bit sassier. There isn’t much revealed about the inner workings of the camp. Steve is being held by some doctor/researcher, who is shown taunting Steve and then asking him about Eric. That’s all that’s shown in the camp. It’s a nice tease, but the writers need to continually reveal information about this camp in each other, whether it’s through Steve or Willa. Did you love seeing Sarah again?
Bill has seen the light! He realizes that his vision with him and Lilith had them both standing in the daylight, and so this means he needs to be able to walk in the sun! Obviously, he thinks of Sookie, but in his crazed state, he think he needs to synthesize Sookie’s blood, and what’s more ridiculous, he thinks Sookie will be okay with this. Bill is definitely not the Bill from previous seasons. This storyline is proof enough that there is something affecting his emotions and thought process. It’s hard to believe that Bill would ever ask or threaten Sookie like he did, and to make matters worse, his new plan is to use Andy’s children. It’s strange though. His feelings and treatment of Jessica hasn’t changed, but the way he treats everyone else has. What do you make of this very different Bill?
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