True Blood Jun 24, 2010 7:08:00 GMT -5
Post by S'ewing S'cubie on Jun 24, 2010 7:08:00 GMT -5
I'm betting either Pam got rid of the body or Franklin Mott did. Mott was scouting the house for his own nefarious reasons. He could have gotten rid of the body as a means to get his hooks into Jessica. Pam, OTOH, gets as close to maternal as she is capable with Jessica. She might have done it acting in loco parentis.
Finding the body was no problem. Either vampire most assuredly could smell it and track it to its location.
Good point! Should have thought of that.
One thing I did notice was that Eric commanded Sookie to let him in and she replied "Please come in, Mr. Northman" as if she were under his thrall. But I thought one of the things that made her special was that she couldn't be put under the thrall of vampires? But I figure if anyone can put someone under a thrall, it would be Eric.
Eric knows he can't glamour Sookie. It's one of the attractions she has for him. No, Sookie was unthralled and chock full of free will. I think she caught Eric's change of mood and realized that he had stopped joking around and was deadly serious. The phrasing was just Sookie's reaction to the realization that there was a werewolf in her house and that Eric was the only one who could protect her from it.
What I enjoyed noticing during the Eric/Sookie scenes was how the camera angles were placed mostly from Eric's POV, looking down. Every angle between them emphasized how small and helpless she looks to him...
...and how disturbed he is with himself for reacting to it.
I'm still cracking up over the "passionate, primal sex" speech.