True or False: Sookie asking Warlow if they could date was just so incredibly Sookie.
Sookie always keeps her promises, but she was looking for any way to get out of her engagement to Warlow, which is the opposite of always keeping a promise. Instead, Sookie asked to date the immortal vampire who has been alive for thousands of years. It’s just relationship protocol, okay? I assume this was to leave the door open for her to suddenly start dating Alcide.
True or False: Warlow didn’t care for Sookie’s stupid idea.
He only wants her for blood and sex, which is at least an improvement for Sookie, because she’s only ever been wanted for sex before.
True or False: Move over, Top Gun volleyball scene.
Jealous vampire daytime volleyball set to The Breeders “Cannonball” is the new worst volleyball scene ever. There’s also something brewing between Jessica and Violet over Jason, which I’d like to request just stops now, because no women should fight over Jason.
True or False: Andy is a terrible dad. He’s already lost 3 of 4 daughters, so why wouldn’t he send Adderall into battle against Warlow?
It’s also a really convenient plot point that everyone knew to hold on to the fairies while they were jumping dimensions, because otherwise that might have caused an actual new plot development that would require an intelligent solution.
True or False: Grandpa has the best timing ever.
So after all of that, Grandpa Munster can just come back to Sookie’s dimension right when she needs him most, in order to help Jason stake Warlow. Cool ending, bros. Oh wait, it’s only halfway through the episode? That must mean that something even bigger is coming, right? Because there’s no way that we just spent a whole season teasing the idea that Warlow was this horribly evil vampire king, directly linked to Lillith, only for him to be staked by Jason’s goofy ass while Grandpa reached through the space-time Saran Wrap and held him.
I want more like this!
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