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Monday, August 6, 2012

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TRUE BLOOD: SEASON 5, EPISODE 9 - EVERYBODY WANTS TO RULE THE WORLD





This is how you do an episode of True
Blood 
that moves: We got to the bottom of "the Obamas" and what
should be the final appearance of the Ifrit, while still having time for
Lafayette to be awesome, Sam to be naked, Alcide to wear his leather jacket,
Pam to meet the new sheriff in town, and Steve Newlin to get a pet (sadly, it's
Emma). Now if we could just stop Bill from being such a
tool. I'm all for Stephen Moyer getting to play something other than the
dark knight in shining armor. But bad guys are supposed to be more fun and
they're not when they're being brainwashed. To quote Cougar Town, slap
out of it!







The new Authority began the hour
celebrating the bombing of a Tru Blood factory outside Houston by feeding on a
naked man played by an actor who I assume will tell all of his friends that the
table he was chained to was very cold. Eric and Bill joined in the festivities,
but Eric   was simply going through the motions. He found Molly, and after
a rough start -- "Put the baby fangs away before you piss me off," he
said -- they assessed their predicament ("We're totally f---ing f---ed,"
she said) and came up with an exit strategy that she admitted would probably
get Eric killed.





Later,
Eric got Bill alone, and Bill told him he wasn't pretending: He's lost.
Everything he believed in is upside down if Lilith is real and God is a
vampire. Eric tried to tell him they hadn't seen Lilith, they were just high as
kites. You thought Eric got through to Bill when he asked him if Sookie was
just food to him now. He told Bill to get Salome's blood, and he'd get Nora's.
They'd use their DNA to break out before dawn and Bill could have his crisis of
faith elsewhere. In the meantime, they'd go back to slaughtering people in the
name of God.





Eric eventually approached Nora as
she was worshipping at the Bottle O' Lilith. Nora revealed that Salome had been
sneaking her in there and feeding her Lilith's blood while Roman was still
alive. Eric was convincing when he told Nora that he didn't want to fight with
her anymore and asked her to help him believe. She kissed him, and they
presumably had offscreen makeup sex. Bill, meanwhile, was in topless, dancing
Salome's bed. She told him Lilith had chosen him. They started boning, and Bill
saw Sookie's face and bit her neck. Then he saw bloody Lilith, who likes to be
on top. He bit her, and when he pulled back, he saw he really had bitten
Salome. So he had her blood. Bill ultimately met up with Molly and Eric (with a
drugged Nora in tow) in the elevator bay, but when the elevator doors opened,
Salome was there with guards. Eric had human-like tears in his eyes when he
called Bill a traitor. Eric had no choice but to surrender. I hope we see more
of him and Molly plotting together. They're fun.








It didn't take Tara long to surmise
that the factory bombing was done by a vampire who wants a bloodbath on his or
her hands. "There are two things I try to stay away from," Pam told
her. "Humans who eat a lot of fish and politics. So whatever comes next,
we keep our heads down, our tits up, and the Tru Blood flowing.
Understand?" Pam doesn't want hungry vamps in Fangtasia draining humans in
public and getting the bar shut down. Tara was also smart enough to figure out
that Pam was worried about Eric. She told Pam she was there for her if she
needed to talk. "Just because we drank a bitch together does not make us
Oprah and Gayle. Get the f--- back to work," Pam snapped. "Suck me,
Vampire Barbie," Tara answered. Why is Tara bartending again when it was
universally agreed upon that she was a better stripper?









Last
we saw Pam, she'd confronted a long-haired man sitting on Eric's throne and
feeding on a woman. The man informed Pam that the monarchs had lifted the ban
on public feeding and the Authority had named him the new sheriff of Area 5.
"Everybody, grab a human," he said, after flinging Pam across the
room. "Drinks are on me." Maybe he'll be a fun bad guy, though
replacing Eric AND being mean to fan favorite Pam won't win him fans.









The bad guy we do love, Russell, only
had a couple of scenes this episode, but they were memorable. He and Steve
Newlin appear to be continuing their flirtation (or do we think they've DTR'd
-- defined the relationship?). Russell took Newlin to visit the Shreveport
Pack. "Stick with me darlin’, I’ll give you the world," Russell said,
explaining about his pet wolves. Steve had never even had a pet growing up, so
when Martha refused to drink from Russell's wrist with the rest of the pack,
Russell took Emma (in adorable wolf form), and gave her to Steve. J.D.
objected, but that didn't go over well with Russell, who told him in his
non-charming voice that his blood wasn't free. Is there still enough wolf in
J.D. for him to see what damage Russell has done to the pack and relinquish his
role to Alcide? Either way, I assume Alcide, who headed back toward Jackson to
visit his drunk gambler father (Robert Patrick), will get involved in getting
Emma back. That speech we saw Alcide's father give in flashback on the day teen
Alcide chose pack mentality over human selfishness still stands. I just think
Alcide needs to realize his pack isn't one of wolves. It's one of wolves,
shifters, and fairies.











It's only a matter of time before Sam
and Luna find out Russell and Steve took Emma and call in Sookie for help,
right? (Will Claude, Claudija, and their sisters sit on the sidelines? They
know the vampires are behind the Tru Blood bombings, which also took out
factories in Japan and Kuwait.) Let's back up. Luna refused to return to the
hospital after she shifted back to herself. As she and Sam fought over whether
him wanting her to stay in bed while he chased after the Obamas was sexist,
they ended up saying they loved each other. Between last week's episode and
this one, don't you wish we got even more Sam this season? Sam Trammell is the
show's secret comedic weapon. Sam and Luna had gone back to where the Obamas
had been keeping Jessica and smelled pig s---, which must have come from their
shoes. They told Andy about this after Andy's makeshift press conference in
which he had to confirm that the real Obama was not behind the attacks. Andy
told Sam and Luna to go home. Instead, they turned into literal flies on the
wall. Hilarious.









Andy
thought he was the worst sheriff the town had ever seen, especially after he
joined Jason in kicking prisoner Joe Bob's ass in an attempt to get him to
reveal the identity of the Dragon. They'd seen the Obamas' video on a website
(melting vampires like marshmallows in the sun, as Jason put it) and Andy
realized the group was modeling itself after the Klan, so the Dragon was the
person calling the shots (not a real dragon, Jason, sorry). They assumed the
Dragon had Hoyt, and Jason had promised Jessica he'd get him back alive. She
was worried because she could no longer feel Hoyt. The kicker was that retired
sheriff Bud Dearborne wasn't the Dragon, but his kimono-wearing mistress,
Sweetie, was.









Sookie had gone to see Bud because
she thought he might know something about her parents' death. She'd called
Lafayette in to try to make a connection with the vamp who'd sent her the
message in her bathroom. Lafayette had no luck, seeing only "one fine ass
motherf---er with pretty new eyelashes" (himself) in the mirror. He still
has no idea how being a medium works. "I ain’t Whoopi Goldberg in Ghost,
although I am way prettier," he said. They started talking about Tara
instead -- the only contact he's made with her is a text that said,
"Bitch, stop texting me, or I will eat you" -- but then he began
hearing multiple voices. "I ain’t Gmail for dead bitches, send your own
god---- messages, hell," he said. Gran told Lafayette to tell Sookie she
was sleeping on top of answers.









Underneath her bed was a box of
family mementos, the highlight of which was a framed sixth grade report card
featuring the only B Jason had ever received. We all knew it came in physical
education, but I freeze-framed to confirm. He got Ds in English and science,
and Fs in math, history, reading, and geography. The C in art class was a
surprise. "Works cooperatively," was written by the grade. I bet he
was happy to be the model. Anyway, a newspaper clipping revealed Bud Dearborne
was the one who'd found her parents' bodies. Seriously, why couldn't Gran have
just told Lafayette that? “Dead folk, why you gotta be all cryptic? It
ain’t cute," he said.











When Sookie listened to Dearborne's
thoughts, she heard that he was hiding something. Once she figured out it
wasn't that he knew the identity of her parents' killer, she was going to
leave, but Sweetie knocked her out. She woke up next to a pen of pigs. Hoyt was
there as well, dreaming that he was in heaven, which he hadn't thought would
smell like that. Bud, the Dragon, and the remaining Obamas were going to film
the pigs eating Hoyt and Sookie, who'd been drugged with Oxycontin. The Dragon
shared that her ultimate goal was getting a new rule passed that said supes
would be aborted or shot on sight.









Andy
had thought Bud was the Dragon after recognizing him in the video by the square
dancing cowboy boots he was wearing -- a retirement gift. He and Jason led the
charge into Bud's house, and that's where Jason did some solid police work,
too. He saw a picture of Bud's wife and remembered she had a pig farm in her
family. The cavalry showed up after Sam, who'd pretended to be a pig, shifted
back into human form and caught Sookie as she was being thrown into the pen
with Hoyt. Bud was going to throw a shovel at naked Sam (ooh, scary!), and Andy
shot him. While Hoyt was apparently getting nibbled on until Jason thought to
go save him (I assume Hoyt will live), Luna was off beating the crap out of
Sweetie. I swear I heard Sweetie's neck snap, but she was led into a police car
later, so I guess not. Sam told Andy he's not the worst sheriff, Bud had him
beat. You know I love male bonding. With the immediate threat gone, Sam and
Luna decided it was time to bring Emma home. Oh, Sam, you didn't think you'd
actually get to be happy, did you?




Last
and always least, we get to Terry. His plan was to find Patrick and give him a
fair fight to the death. This boring story line was almost worth it for that
moment when Terry told Arlene she was the only reason he was even fighting at
all and kissed her. So sweet. If only it had happened in, like, the second of
Scott Foley's episodes. Arlene went to work at Merlotte's, and Patrick was
waiting for her. He took her inside by gunpoint and told her to call Lafayette,
the only other person who was going to be working that day because NO ONE EVER
WORKS AT MERLOTTE'S, and tell him the restaurant was closed. When Terry showed
up, Patrick told him to get on his knees. Patrick is expecting a child now, so
he had something to fight for, too, but he knew Terry was a better man and
soldier, so he couldn't fight fair.









Arlene stabbed Patrick in the neck
with a pencil, and after the boys had a tussle, she had hold of the gun.
Patrick tried to talk Terry out of shooting him, and Arlene tried to talk him
into it. The Iraqi woman who put the curse on them appeared and told Terry to
do what was right. He shot Patrick. The woman chanted and the Ifrit showed up
to take Patrick away. It's over. Yay! Unless Terry goes crazy. Then boo. Let's
just pretend this never happened. Cut and run, writers.









Your turn. What did you think of the
episode? Which was more fun: Jessica's confirmation that vampires don't take
"dumps," Andy's use of "werechickens," or the idea that the
Dragon was Louisiana square dancing champ Sweetie (whose husband had left her
for a shifter)? And how many of us freeze-framed the promo for the remaining
episodes to see who was in that grave? (Jessica and Jason! Could she have to
turn him?)









SOURCE: EW







MONDAY MUSICAL MOTIVATION: SETTLE DOWN





The Jamaican street-vibed
"Settle Down" is released as the first single from No Doubt's
comeback album "Push and Shove", due in stores worldwide on September
25, 2012 via Interscope Records - Wow, the chorus in this gives so much life!
Gwen and the guys have created a monster smash for the summer. Everything from
the lyrics, to the verses, the melody, the beat, the amazing chorus, to the
'rough and tough' bridge is brilliant. The music video video for "Settle
Down" was directed by Sophie Muller.





Get get get in line, and settle
down
Get in line, and settle down

What's your twenty? (Do you copy?)
Where's your brain? (Do you copy?)
Checking in to check you out
Concerned about your whereabouts
Copy that, you're acting strange
So tell me what is going on
So heavy I bet

I'm fine (and nothing's gonna knock this girl down)
I'm hella positive for real
I'm all good
No I'm fine (and nothing's gonna knock this girl
down)
It's kind of complicated that's for sure

But you can see it my eyes, you can read on my lips
I'm trying to get a hold on this
And I really mean it this time
And you know it's such a trip
Don't get me started
I'm trying to get a hold on this

Get get get in line, and settle down
Get in line, and settle down

No big deal (I can handle it)
It'll bounce off me (I can handle it)
Been around the block before
Doesn't matter anymore
Here we go again (Are you kidding me?)
Are you insane? (Are you kidding me?)
Underneath the avalanche
So heavy again

I'm fine (and nothing's gonna knock this girl down)
I'm hella positive for real
I'm all good
No I'm fine (and nothing's gonna knock this girl
down)
It's kind of complicated that's for sure

But you can see it my eyes, you can read on my lips
I'm trying to get a hold on this
And I really mean it this time
And you know it's such a trip
Don't get me started
I'm trying to get a hold on this

Get get get in line, and settle down
Get in line, and settle down

I'm a rough and tough
I'm a rough and tough
And nothing's gonna knock this girl down
I'm a rough and tough
I'm a rough and tough
And nothing's gonna knock this girl down
I'm a rough and tough
I'm a rough and tough
And nothing's gonna knock this girl down
I'm a rough and tough
I'm a rough and tough

But you can see it my eyes, you can read on my lips
I'm trying to get a hold on this
And I really mean it this time
And you know it's such a trip
Don't get me started
I'm trying to get a hold on this

Gotta get a hold on this
Trying to get a hold on this
Don't get me started
Gotta get a hold on this

Get get get in line, and settle down
Get in line, and settle down

Get get get in line, and settle down
Get in line, and settle down


No Doubt Settle Down lyrics found on DIRECT LYRICS 

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