Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 She then cut Lafayette’s lips free. What are her intentions? Luna (Javina Gavankar) is still hospitalized, and Sam totally abuses the visiting hours. That nurse seemed so frustrated with him!
Sam feels she’s safest there. Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 Sookie showed up to bring Luna some greasy Sonic, and to ask Sam for advice. Would Sam give up his powers to be normal? Side note: The “V” on Lafayette’s head resembles the “V” Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 they draw on your head in lipstick the first night you attend a Rocky Horror Picture Show performance. I feel you, Lafayette! Before the sacrifice could be completed, Don Bartolo’s pregnant girlfriend betrayed him, and stabbed him many, many times.
Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 Sam: “The me I wish I was would say, ‘no way!” However, Sam wonders if the people around him would be safer, if more people would still be alive, and if he can ever really Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 make a difference. Sookie wonders if they would still feel bothered by the hate. Later, Sam sniffed out one of the backwoods bigots working at the hospital. He is so screwed! I’m really enjoying Sam this season. At Fangtasia, Tara (Rutina Wesley) put on a decent strip show, while Pam (Kristen Bauer van Straten) watched on proudly. This moment was all completely ruined when the ultimate buzz-kill,
Tara’s Mom (Adina Porter) Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 showed up to rain on her parade. She marched in their, out of the blue, to tell Tara that she’s dead to her. The “how can you do this to me?” moment was the worst. Afterwards, Pam confronted Tara in her office. Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 Pam: “So, your mom’s a real bitch.” 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,
Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 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 2 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. Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 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. Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 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. pon 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? 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. Last week on “Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2”: Roman takes a holiday, Alcide takes a stand, and Sookie takes on a bunch of fairies … and loses. Roman has been reduced to a mound of red goo, Dieter calls for Level One Protocol, and Russell jumps Eric, albeit not in the way he had in mind back in season three. “You and me, together at last,” he says, as both he and Eric bare their fangs. The lights go out, and the UV rays come on. Alarms are sounding. “Kill Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 him!” Dieter commands, while Salome calls out, “Keep him alive!” We hear Salome praising Lilith, and in the UV-lit cellblock, a roasting Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 Nora is doing the same. There’s a great night-vision shot of Russell cackling, but then he’s caught up in a silver net. The lights come on. Bill looks around for Eric, who’s hanging by his neck from one of the columns, but he’s still alive: “The view from up here is spectacular.” In the afternmath, Bill and Eric realize they’ve been pawns of Salome and Nora. There’s no way Russell could have attacked Roman if he had truly been silvered. They’re asked to Salome’s chambers, and sure enough, Nora is there, apparently restored to political power. Eric is not happy to see her. Just then, a dapper Russell pops out from behind a Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 curtain. Bill and Eric fang up. “You’re such boys,” Russell says easily. “I’m not gonna hurt you. I just want to make an entrance is all.” “Russell, enough,” Nora says. “We’re all friends here,” Salome tells Bill and Eric. Like hell we are, Bill says. Russell wants to let bygones be bygones. So Eric killed his beloved Talbot. (At least it finally gave Russell a chance to use that compote jar!) Russell forgives him. But Eric doesn’t forgive Russell for slaughtering his ENTIRE FAMILY. Russell tells Eric to think about why he didn’t kill him an hour ago, when he could have so easily. Because Russell has turned the other cheek: Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 “I have been born again, made again in my new maker’s image.” Eric believes that means Nora must have freed Russell, but Nora says that while she knew about Russell’s escape, she truly wanted Eric to disappear because she was worried Russell would come after him. Salome confesses that she’s the one who dug Russell up. She’s actually known for a year, because she followed Bill and Eric the night they were ordered to kill him, but actually — foolishly — buried him in cement instead. Salome knew that Russell was the only vampire powerful enough to take out Roman. Bill asks the very question I was Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 wondering: If Salome was so close to Roman, surely she could have done it herself. But Salome says that the Book is clear — the Guardian’s blood is sacrosanct: “He alone will determine when his essence shall flow. What happened tonight was inevitable. I say this with the deepest regret. ” Um, that makes no sense. She couldn’t kill him because the Guardian chooses when he will die, but Russell can kill him? Am I missing something here? Wait, am I asking for “Doctor Who” to make sense? Did I learn nothing from “Lost”? Bill calls Salome on her so-called regrets. All Salome wants is power, he says. But Salome says she wants to share power. Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 “Too much blood has been spilled in the singular pursuit of power, but why, when Lilith gives us more than enough to go around?” Russell looks heavenward, adopting a pose of pretend piety — love it. Eric makes it clear he’s not interested. Bill seems to consider, but ultimately he says he still believes mainstreaming is the only way both humans and vampires can survive together. Salome says she’ll give them until tomorrow to reconsider their stance. The next night, Salome gathers all the (surviving) chancellors, Russell, Steve Newlin, the child-eating nurse, Bill and Eric in the chamber where Lilith’s blood is stored. Salome tells them all that because Roman turned his back on Lilith, she forgives Russell for Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 staking him. Dieter, for one, is aghast. Russell explains that he killed Roman for the greater good, and that he disavows his previous statements denigrating Lilith. As Salome takes out the vial, Nora exposits that Roman always believed Lilith’s blood was merely symbolic, but it is quite real. Lilith was killed by man, but her progeny collected her blood, and it has been handed down through the vampire generations to them. Salome says that tonight, everyone will drink from Lilith. Rosalyn looks very peeved, and Dieter calls it blasphemy. “Who are you to offer the blood of Lililth?” he asks Salome. Any further argument is cut off when Russell cuts off Dieter’s head. As Russell delicately kicks one of Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 Dieter’s organs to the side, he says, “May Lilith forgive me.” “She does,” Nora says smugly. Rosalyn quickly jumps on the Lilith bandwagon.