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TV Review: True Blood: Season 3, Ep.3: It Hurts Me Too


True Blood, episode It Hurts Me Too, has aired. In Valen’s Name, the ending to this episode was wrong and horror movie goodness through and through. When Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) broke Lorena (Mariana Klaveno)’s neck, kept thrusting, then screamed at what he had become at her hands was jaw dropping. Why can’t horror movies be that creative? I could not believe she said: “Oh William, I still love you” with her head bent back the opposite way as Bill is doing something that in any other situation would be called rape. The fact this show has no limits is the reason why it will have five and six seasons, possiblely even seven. It seems like this season has a lot more sexual antics going on but then I thought of the other two and it all came back to me.

Does everybody get a piece of the new dancer at Fangtasia? Christ and Yvetta (Natasha Alam) is loving it. Jessica Hamby (Deborah Ann Woll) betraying her maker was a shame but she is a neophyte and a partial idiot so its to be expected.

Getting more of Bill’s past was the most interesting part of the episode, especially his wife’s reaction to his new condition. He should have told him before he entered his house that he was now vampire and that Lorena attacked him and turned him against his will. That he would do anything to be human again. I thought I knew before but I really understand why he hates her now

Sam Merlotte (Sam Trammell)’s brother being jealous of him and the favor that is bestowed upon him is weird. He can’t stand his family yet now he is peeved about the little favor they show him.

That lying so and so Arlene Fowler (Carrie Preston). Making Terry Bellefleur (Todd Lowe) believe he is the father of the serial killer’s baby. What a scumbag.

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