"Don't you know crocs like marshmallows, Tommy? Well, ya do now." Gee, me too.
The Mickens won't be missed by us, but it seems as if Tommy might miss his mom. He seems to have a conscience, too. I have to admit, though, that I wish he just ran away and left the them at the campiste. None of them to ever be seen again.
"You're leaving me here, in the middle of nowhere? Hello!"
I'm hating Marnie. I'm not a fan of the affected speech and flailing arms school of acting, and less a fan of the shouting = emotion school of acting. I know Fiona Shaw is some kind of theater demigod, but it's like she ran into one of her own character's errant spells and lost all the talent she brought to the TB table. I don't hate her story, and I think Antonia is great. Maybe the writers just want to portray Marnie as an innocent, cognitively challenged, emotionally overwrought bystander to the havoc she creates. I kind of wish she had reprised her Petunia Dursley character for this role.
"You people. You know...religious." I'm wondering about the implied racism, too. Arlene's never given any indication of it. But it was great to see Lettie May again. I was laughing aloud. I'm wondering if she will finally wind up doing something useful for someone else.
And we have yet another storyline - Alcide and the Shreveport pack. Thanks. This show really needs more sub-plots.
Hope Gran is wrong. What I find the most interesting is that so much of Eric's story is retread. We've seen Bill lament being unable to go into the sunlight. We've seen Bill regret his past actions. We've seen Bill have a ruined relationship with his maker. And they weren't nearly as poignant or sad as Eric realizing the full extent of the pain he inflicted on Sookie, or mourning the loss of the sun on his face. Ten points for Alexander Skarsgard. He's the outlier in this equation.
And Pam's slip of the tonuge? I'm not buying it. I keep going back to last season when Pam let the Magister torture her at length and would not give up Eric's whereabouts. She was about to have a silver earring placed on her eyelid when Eric came to her rescue. I think the only only reason it "slipped out" was that they needed the pivotal point to get Bill over to Sookie's place and interrupt her make-out session. Blah.