We rejoin the comedy action already in progress as Antonia Maria Conchita Alonso and her strike force of hypnotized vampires are attacking the human/vampire coalition meeting. Sookie gets in between Bill and Eric multiple times, saving each of them in turn. I wish she had let one of them die, this triangle is getting on my nerves.
Sookie then uses her repulser beams on Eric, and he regains his old memories. She couldn’t have done that earlier this season?
So now that old Eric is back, Sookie immediately dumps him. Normally I’d crack jokes about what a bitchy move that is, but I’m so happy to see it end between them!
Nan is left with a bunch of dead people. I wonder how she’s gonna spin that! She and the rest of the undead gang have a silvered slumber party in the King’s dungeon.
Antonia Maria Conchita Alonso gives new meaning to the term split personality. She pops out of Marnie, and then the two of them have a little strategy session. Just in time to meet Jesus in the streets. She’s put up a deflector shield around her Wiccan head shop, and she makes him crawl through it in order to prove his strength. Apparently he’s got some voodoo face shit going on that we can’t normally see. He and Marnie wind up having a touching reunion, where Jesus discovers it’s not Antonia Maria Conchita Alonso after all, but Marnie who’s in command
Jonesing Andy Bellefleuer wakes up in a recliner with his pants undone. That was happening to him before he was on drugs though. He was getting chewed out by Terry and Arlene because of V. Together, Andy and Terry head off to their old tree fort, and Terry’s weapons stash. They proceed to have a shooting contest, an argument and a fistfight. Terry resents being called stupid, but what else do you call taking a detoxing junkie out into the woods, arming him, and pissing him off? Apparently though, Terry therapy works, as Andy swears off the V for good.
Jason wants to be glamoured so he’ll forget the truck $&%# ever happened. If I were him, I’d be asking if she could glamour all the minute details deep into my memory banks so I could repeat it like a DVD chapter on a loop. I might ask her to glamour last year’s Cowboys out of my mind though, I could see that.
Debbie Hairy is dangerously close to hooking up with the greasy, scuzzy Pack leader. I might take the “Deborah Ann Woll Needs To Put It On The Record” funds and see if we can keep that from being shown. We don’t need to see that.
Finally, RIP Tommy Mickens. You were an annoying little punk.
Next week looks cool as the Vampire women bust out the bazookas!! What do you guys think? Looks like a blast!!