Watch Roth and Jenna’s review of the latest True Blood episode “Burning Down The House” and let them know what you thought of the episode in the comments section below, thanks!
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I am so happy Eric got his memories back. I also like the fact that he remembers his time with sookie. Interesting twist with marntonia. Again Fiona Shaw is doing a fantastic job playing marnie/Antonia. Although I hated Tommy I felt bad when he died. Seriously bill telling sookie to stay away from moon goodness is like throwing water on a duck’s back. Lafayette got me lmao when he said ” it’s a Latin thing.”
Debbie and Marcus all I can say is big disaster! Poor hoyt he is very bitter. Jason’s reaction after his fling with jessica was like a cold slap in the face. Like how Terry handled Andy’s addiction. Overall great episode. Only two episodes left can’t wait! See u ladies next week.
I'm happy too — I'm interested to see how they balance the "old Eric" with the new one.
Missing those weekly TV videocasts! nudge, nudge
Can't wait for Fringe to return and your reviews of it.
PS – as expected, great job with your True Blood reviews even though I stopped watching.
Thank you Twas a bit under the weather on this one.
I didn't knew that Jessica have I vlog. Here is the video she post before going under silver in this episode. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEZO352QZZ0&fe…
Nice — thanks!
Roth, did you have a hangover? You seem tired and your voice is somehow raspy in this video lol ^^
Lol — I wish! Flu– it's actually still kicking me butt
Oh, I'm sorry for the wrong assumption. Get well soon!
Thank you !
I love Terry. At first he was a mess, but Arlene was quite right for him. After finding only losers, she deserved a real man, and he always has an attitude of man, motivated by love for his wife, his adopted son and even his cousin. Before, I thought Alcide more correct, but the way he has dealt with Debbie, Terry took the post of most honorable man.
At this point, after this episode, after Sookie's whole dairy maid with lightening fingers trick and confused sofa talk with Eric, I've ceased to care about what happens to Sookie. Bottom line – the character is just sad; a girl who spends season after season unable to get over a romance gone sour is just dull tv. I'll tune in to the end of Season 4 to see what happens to the rest.
I agree that there has seemed to be the most struggle with her characters development — maybe there are just too many factors in play so it all sort of became confused? Not sure — because in the book she is funny, grounded and really likable….
You guys are so great at this. It's like sitting in on a lit class for your favorite tv show. I come back each week. Usually just lurk. Anyway, I just wanted to point out that the fact that Marnie/Antonia declares that Jesus has/is a demon, does not have to be taken seriously or literally. Recall that when Sookie read her mind at the showdown, warning that she was casting a spell, Antonia called her a demoness. It may just be that to the 16th Century Antonia, a seeming human having supernatural powers must be a demon (if not a witch).
Wow! I didn't see that twist coming. Marnie is the evil one and Antonia is the innocent! I knew Marnie was addicted to the power but I didn't realize she was the one in charge. NICE! Jessica rocks " I don't care what happens as long as I get to kill shit" priceless! that room is full of dumbassess, I mean SERIOUSLY you try the door AGAIN!!! Debbie finally showed her true colors. As for the final shot… kinda cheesy but cheese can be a good thing
Great review guys. I look foward to your reviews as much as I look forward to new episodes
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