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    Have to say I liked tonight's episode. There was enough to forward each story arc. I didn't even mind the witches and Tommy's story arcs tonight. I guess seeing Eric and Alcide at the pond tonight just made tonight's episode very satisfying. Seriously, after comparing Eric and Alcide I have to say Eric you need to work on the abs a bit. Oh, I truly wish I was standing at the pond instead of Sookie, I was even contemplating shoving her into the pond and hoping a gator got her.
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    Yeah, I'm still not a fan of the witch storyline (especially after tonight and what they did to Pam, who's one of my very favorite characters) or Tommy's stuff. I was hoping we'd never see that scummy Joe Lee ever again. This was the first time all season that I've actually liked Sam though, so that's progress.

    I still am totally creeped out by Bill and his smarmy, simpering politeness, although I was thrilled to see Katherine Helmond as Caroline Bellefleur! I was also glad that he kept the relationship between Bill and the Bellefleurs, even if they did change how and when it was revealed.

    Alcide AND Eric in this episode =
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    Alcide at the pond nearly made me pass out in a heady swoon. Although I was a bit peeved at him because it seemed like he let slip an awful lot of info about a vampire being out in the day, etc. to Debbie.

    Drunk Eric was hilarious and creepy at the same time.

    It seems the witch in possession of Marnie is in fact the same witch that Nan referenced to Bill. The one from 400 years ago in Spain that had a thing out for vampires.
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    Damn - I felt so bad for Tommy and I don't even like him. I wonder why he didn't shift? Did Sam dodge a bullet when this repulsive woman put him up for adoption, or what?

    Bill and Portia - and we thought incest was just for Hotshot.

    Nice to see Jason actually thinking himself out of danger, and loved that Jessica and Hoyt found him.Will her blood somehow negate the werepanther in him? I wonder if he'll start obsessing about Jess now that he's blood-bound to her?

    Loved playful Eric pinching Sookie's bum, swimming in the sun, and needing a kiss because he's crushing on her. I'm thinking Sookie did, too.

    Corrupt unsanctified soul behold your true self! What a stupid move on Pam's part. Let the witch finish the spell and then verbally abuse her, dumba$$. But, no - let's invoke the powerful wrath of an already angry spirit witch.

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    Yes the doll! Its just waiting there in the background to do its evil. Didnt it just turn up at the house Hoyt bought for Jessica? They kept trying to get rid of it, but it came back, so they dumped it on poor Arlene and her family.

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    Forgot to mention my two favorite lines from last night:

    "You drank the whole fairy!"

    "Stop saying F*CK! I can't concentrate!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poppy Fields View Post
    Damn - I felt so bad for Tommy and I don't even like him. I wonder why he didn't shift? Did Sam dodge a bullet when this repulsive woman put him up for adoption, or what?

    Bill and Portia - and we thought incest was just for Hotshot.

    Nice to see Jason actually thinking himself out of danger, and loved that Jessica and Hoyt found him.Will her blood somehow negate the werepanther in him? I wonder if he'll start obsessing about Jess now that he's blood-bound to her?

    Loved playful Eric pinching Sookie's bum, swimming in the sun, and needing a kiss because he's crushing on her. I'm thinking Sookie did, too.

    Corrupt unsanctified soul behold your true self! What a stupid move on Pam's part. Let the witch finish the spell and then verbally abuse her, dumba$$. But, no - let's invoke the powerful wrath of an already angry spirit witch.

    I don't think the baby wrote on the wall - I think the doll did it.
    Wow, thanks for pointing out that angle. So the doll may be possessed mmmmmmmmmmm................... ....
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    What made me think of the doll was the phrasing: BABY NOT YOURS.

    Why would the baby refer to himself that way, even if he could write on walls?
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    For those of you who enjoyed the pond scene.... You don't want to fight him

    This was on another forum and it's just too good not to share.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiaT2 View Post
    For those of you who enjoyed the pond scene.... You don't want to fight him

    This was on another forum and it's just too good not to share.
    Me liiiiiiiiiiiike. Thanks for posting, MiaT2.

    I vote for more pond scenes.
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