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Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 In the werepack’s barn, Alcide, a bandanna rather incongruously tied around his head, is training with Rikki, the she-wolf who agreed to be his second in his challenge of J.D. But Alcide seems to be more interested in getting into Rikki’s pants. She wriggles out from underneath him and shows off some neat moves. Alcide warns her that because J.D. has been juicing, it’s quite possible they’re going to lose. She suggests leveling the playing field by getting their hands on some V, but Alcide refuses: “It’s not just a drug. It’s like swallowing death. You take it and you’re dead inside.” Rikki: “So is it even worth training?” Alcide: “Probably not.” And they start kissing.


Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 Unfortunately, Martha walks in on them. There’s nothing like a woman who sounds like Harvey Fierstein channeling Blanche Dubois to put a damper on romance. She tells Alcide that she talked to J.D. about Alcide’s allegations about the V. “He swore on my son’s grave it wasn’t true.” Alcide: “Respectfully, Martha, your son doesn’t have a grave because y’all ate him.” Martha: “Don’t get literal on me, Rambo.” I love the zingers in this episode.


Martha says that J.D. was next in line to be packmaster after Martha’s husband died, but he stepped aside so he could be a father figure to Marcus. (That worked out well.) It’s Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 J.D.’s turn to be packmaster, Martha tells him, and she refuses to believe he’s on V.


Later, J.D. has gathered up a number of pack members in a corner of the barn, and he tells them that one of his vampire friends told him that there’s a war brewing between vamps and humans, and they’d better be on the vamp side. He produces some vials of V and offers them around, just as Emma pokes her head around the corner. J.D. offers some to Emma: “You take this, you’ll grow up to be big and strong like me.” And not too far behind Emma is Martha. She’s horrified. J.D. Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2  tries to explain, but she shuns him: “I don’t know you no more.”


In Sam’s office at Merlotte’s, Arlene is re-watching her wedding video, which happened sometime between season three and season four, when Sookie was in fairyland. We see Jessica and Hoyt together, Lafayette and Jesus looking happy, and the last shot is Terry kissing Arlene’s pregnant tummy. Holly comes in and tries to comfort Arlene, who insists Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 that Terry has really gone off the deep end, babbling about a smoke monster that has it in for him. Holly says that maybe he’s not crazy: “We both know there’s all kinds of things out there, things we don’t understand.” That seems to give Arlene a shred of hope.


Terry and Patrick are out in a field somewhere. Are they waiting for the smoke monster to find them? Because it does. It rears up behind them and … starts laughing at them, and then disappears. Terry can’t take it anymore. He grabs Patrick’s gun and holds it under his chin, but Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 Patrick talks him down, telling him to think of his kids. “They would wanna know you died fighting, not like this.” Terry gives him back the gun, and Patrick tells him he wishes he had never given Terry the order to dead-check that woman in Iraq. They both cry.


Lafayette is suddenly down in Mexico. Folks on this show sure can drive. He turns up at Jesus’ grandfather’s house — remember, Paw Paw who made Jesus slaughter a goat and then lick the knife? Good times. The house seems to be deserted, but then Lafayette spots Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 poor Jesus’ head, lips sewn shut, sitting on top of one of those kitschy chairs shaped like a hand. Oh, the indignity. Then Lafayette hears a gun cock behind his head. It’s Grandpa, and he’s pissed. He thinks Jesus gave away his gift — that would be Bat Boy — to Lafayette, and he wants it back.


Next thing we know, Lafayette is tied to a chair, his own lips sewn shut. Grandpa’s young pregnant wife is lying on the ground, and Grandpa puts his hands over her bump, which rumbles disturbingly. Jesus was special, but he was soft, Grandpa tells Lafayette. “That’s what drew you to him. You saw something you wanted and you knew you could take it. You want to be brujo.” He starts carving up Lafayette’s forehead. Here’s the plan: He’ll drain blood from Lafayette’s brain for his wife to drink, transferring the brujo back to his son. Or something like that — Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2  I’m not 100 percent on the technical details. Turns out it doesn’t really matter. His wife apparently isn’t too keen on the plan, because she stabs Grandpa with the butcher knife. Many times. She turns back to Lafayette and approaches him with a heaping cup of crazy in her eyes. She slowly cuts open the stitches keeping his mouth closed.


Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2 At Fangtasia, Pam has got Tara working the stripper pole. She doesn’t look too happy about it, but then again, when has Tara looked happy about anything? Lettie Mae, Tara’s abusive alcoholic mother turned proper preacher’s wife, braves the bar in her Sunday best. She confronts Tara. How could she do this to her? She’s cleaned up her act and married a minister, and she can’t have a vampire for a daughter. “From this day forward, you are dead to me, baby girl.” Tara, venomously: “Oh no. You’ll be seeing me again.” Lettie Mae leaves, and Pam later finds Tara in her office and gives her something resembling a pep talk. “So your mom’s a real bitch,” Pam tells her. Tara: “She’s still my mom.” Pam: Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 2  “No, she’s not anymore. A hundred years from now, you won’t even remember her. This I promise you.” Tara hugs her. Aw.

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