Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 Alcide preps for his fight with J.D. with the woman who volunteered to be his second. Their training has plenty of sexual tension, but Martha shows up and spoils the fun. She refuses to believe Alcide’s story that J.D. is using V again and tells him that J.D. deserves to be Packmaster for all the help he gave to Marcus, her son. owever, J.D. warns the rest of the pack that a war between vampires and humans will soon begin, and that the pack needs to be prepared. He hands out bottles of V, and tries to give one to Emma, Luna’s daughter. Martha, horrified at seeing this, takes Emma away.
Tara’s mother comes to Fangtasia, finds Tara working a stripper pole, and disowns her then and there. When Tara breaks down in tears, Pam comforts her by saying that in a century, she won’t even remember her mother’s name. Pam half-heartedly endures a hug before sending Tara back to the pole. Being human Jason tells Sookie not to blame herself that the vampire smelled her blood in their parent’s car and attacked them (he is a very sweet brother). Then he gets drunk and goes to Jessica’s place to talk. She tries to reassure him that all vampires are not the same, but when she kisses him, he tastes blood on her mouth and realizes she’s been feeding on Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 someone else. He yells at her, she bites him and he shoots her in the head. She’s fine, but…jeez, Jason.
Sookie now knows that her fairy powers might run out someday, and she’ll be all human when they do. After thinking on it, she starts the meter running by going outside her house and lighting up the sky with her hands. Russell always intended to begin a war between vampires and humans, so I’m not surprised that there will be one. The supe Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 murderers once referred to their leader, “the dragon” (just like the Ku Klux Klan), but we still don’t know who that is. Keep your powers, Sookie! You’re going to need them.
Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 Sookie once again takes a backseat this week, despite the revelation that her parents death was vicariously her fault. Before leaving the faerie night club with Jason, she is told that although she is half faerie and that her powers have begun to degenerate and will continue to do so until she is ultimately human again. Upon discovering this, Sookie doesn’t seem too torn up. Rather, once she gets home, she starts lighting up the night with her powers, hoping to become some semblance of normal.
Jason’s time wasn’t much more eventful either, although he did put a bullet through Jessica’s head after he finds her feeding Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 on a stranger. The whole love-hate relationship seems stuck in neutral, but Jessica’s future isn’t exactly certain at this point, so maybe it’s a good thing that Jason is keeping his distance.
And why is her life in danger? Because Hoyt, the pathetic and slightly lovable loser, has joined up with the gang of redneck vigilantes that has been at work killing as many “supes” as they can. Not only does he grab an Obama mask of his own, but he also puts a big fat target on Jessica’s head. I’m hoping that she can make it until the end of the Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 season, but seeing as there are about five more twist endings left, I’m definitely worried.
Luckily, before the hate group can gain any momentum, Sam, who joined forces with Andy last week, has already caught one of the killers. Unknown to him, he even killed their leader, fittingly named Dragon, who we all remember as Junior the store clerk. Apparently the stories about his work against the crew is spreading, giving him a superhero persona throughout the town Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3. Anybody else smell a spin-off? Sam the shifter fighting crime in southern America!
Of all the storylines flitting around this season, Tara’s seems the most out of place, which is sad because I’m finally starting to like her (against my better judgment). Now a stripper at Fangtasia, she has a quick run in with her bible-thumping mother, who makes Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 it clear that Tara is dead to her. Tara then turns to Pam as her new mother figure, which is an interesting change from their previously hostile relationship. But hey, stranger things have happened in Bon Temps.
Lafayette goes in search of Jesus’ body, but is nearly killed by his crazy grandfather instead. Remember the guy who made Jesus drink the goat’s blood and kinda started all this madness in the first place? He’s back, and this time he’s got it out for Lafayette. Sadly, we’re left with nothing more than the knowledge that LafayetteDoctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 is tied to a chair and not in the safest of places right now. What are the odds he lives through next week?
Alcide and Terry both had extremely small parts in this episode, but with the vampire storyline (which we’ll get to) sucking up all of the awesome this week, that’s not a complaint. Terry and Patrick find the Ifrit again, but rather than kill them as they wish, it taunts the pair before disappearing, leaving them to suffer the wait. Alcide, who is busy training (and sleeping) with his second, tells Martha about J.D. using V. She doesn’t believe him until she sees him attempting to give some to Emma, at which point she Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 disowns him. I guess Bon Temps doesn’t have a D.A.R.E program.
Finally, the vampires. Everybody’s favorite fangers come back in a big way this week, with Russell taking power in Roman’s place alongside Salome and Nora. This new council commands the group to drink from the vial of Lilith’s blood, which leads to one of the best scenes in the entire series: drunk vampires. Their nighttime drunken roams through the city lead them to a wedding that comes to Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 a halt in a hilariously twisted way.
Later, Salome summons Bill to her chambers, where she has a comely young woman tied up in her bed. The woman is sobbing, begging him to leave her alone, telling him that she has a four-month-old daughter. (Unless, of course, Nigel has already had his midnight snack.) Bill tries to refuse, saying he has fathered Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 children, and he won’t take a mother away from her own children. Salome taunts him — why didn’t he just make his children vampires so they could be with him always?
Flashback to Baton Rouge, 1910. This is five years after we encountered a feral Bill with Lorena in San Francisco at Pam’s brothel. He seems much changed. He is making a deathbed visit to his daughter Sarah, who must be 50 or so. She wonders at his appearance, thinking she must already be in heaven. No, Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 he explains, he has just been shown how to live longer than it would seem possible. “Make me like you then,” Sarah begs. Bill: “My angel, I cannot … Immortality is a curse.” Sarah: “I can feel myself rotting. Please, please, please!”