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SINGLE LADY Sookie (Anna Paquin) was saved from marrying Warlow. She's currently dating Alcide. Win-win.
The rescue party arrived in the cemetery. Adilyn had no idea how to get them to the other plane. "I’m like 2 weeks old!" she yelled back at a frustrated Jason. Bill tried to calmly talk her through it, but it's fear that motivates fairies to harness their power. So Violet screamed in her face. Once they were in the other plane, Bill attacked Warlow and Violet grabbed Sookie. Bill told them all to leave and he'd deal with Warlow. Yeah, that didn't work out well. Bill was no match.
They took Sookie back to her house, and Violet fed her some of her blood in her bedroom. Warlow showed up and Andy thought he'd stopped him. Nope. Warlow zapped Violet with his light, so she was no help. Bill couldn’t enter the house to stake him. Warlow zapped him. Warlow locked Andy and Jason in the cubby, where they'd hidden Adilyn. She tried to use her light to open the lock that Warlow had sealed with his.
Warlow found Sookie in her bathroom. Was it just luck that she ended up there where that portal to that other dimension happened to be, or had Niall already made his presence known to her off-camera and encouraged her to lure Warlow there? Either way, Niall reached out from the other dimension and held Warlow while Jason showed up in time to stake him. They were able to pull Niall back into our dimension. When Warlow died, the vamps' ability to daywalk ended. That's when we saw all of Eric in Åre, Sweden.
The action picked up six months later. There was no mention of Pam -- or Eric. The CDC is now struggling to understand Hep V and a book by one William Compton -- And God Bled: A story of Death and Redemption -- is a best-seller. He was on TV being interviewed and not at all worried about getting arrested for admitting that he ripped Gov. Burrell's head off. "It’s not like he didn’t deserve it?" Bill said. What jury would convict him for murdering the man who created Hep V? (Where are you, Sarah Newlin...) Sookie was watching the interview from her couch. And oh wait, there's Alcide, who, in the last six months, has cut his hair, bulked up, and learned to take Sookie to bed without her vomiting, apparently. Do we feel cheated that they glossed over giving us a real sex scene between those two? Something to look forward to in season 7, I suppose.
The other Stackhouse was also in bed. Violet had said she'd make Jason woo her and work for it and she meant it. I wonder if that's the longest oral sex scene in TV history? Someone do the research and get back to me. Jason seemed rather good at it, judging from her reaction, and that's because he's had a lot of practice. He's gone down on her 178 nights in a row, some nights multiple times. He's built her the "girliest, lock-tightest" basement ever, and still, she's never touched him. "What the f---?" he asked. "In due time," she said. And down again he went. (Also, what exactly was girly about that basement?)
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