Episode Synopsis - There's a whole lotta sinnin' goin' on. In other words, it's biz as per use in Bon Temps. Tommy killed his parents (oops), Tara's luvah finds out she's been lying about her identity, the vamps capture Marnie, Eric dreams of killing Sookie, while Jason dreams of getting it on with Jessica...and Hoyt? Meanwhile, Jesus and Lafayette go down Mexico way to pay a visit to Jesus' g-pa, Sookie gets a message from her g-ma to stay the hell away from Marnie, and Arlene and Terry get the least effective spirit-cleansing ever.
Let's start with the pure, the clean, the non-sinners. In other words, let's start with Sookie.
I know, you all love this dress.
I love it too. Unfortunately, it was custom-made by the TB wardrobe crew. Unless you've got mad sewing skills, it will remain but a dream.
Oh, that reminds me - Eric has this dream where he Godric feast on Sookie's delectable neck, but I'm more interested in her dream sleepwear. Look at that wee little giraffe print! And the fuchsia bow!
In real life, her sleepwear is no where near as adorable. In fact, it's heinous. Ladies, do not wear crap like this to bed. You deserve pretty, sexy PJs.
Speaking of sexy, hello Alcide! I have no fashion commentary for this photo. I just though you all might like to see it.
I also don't have much to say about Arlene's camo velour track suit. It's just so many trends that I don't like, all wrapped in one. Snaps for the shot of color with the pink lace, though.
I grabbed this pic not so much for Arlene's slightly dowdy dress, but for Baby Mikey's sweet little Newsies get-up. He might be an evil baby, but he's a stylish evil baby.
Unlike dear old dad. I get that Terry tried, and I applaud him for that. But...just...no.
And what were we all dressing up for? Why for the rootin-est, tootin-est exorcism in these here parts!
Seriously, you guys can not wear pink and sing peppy songs to drive out the devil. You need to wear heavy robes and chant Latin incantations. I know. I saw The Exorcist, and it totally worked.
The Bellefleur-Fowlers do seem to feel better, though. And look at that futuristic bedding! You know, I heard that sleeping on a satin pillowcase is good for your hair. Reduces breakage. That seems like the sort of thing Arlene would know.
Hoyt and Jason hash out the events of the past few days of a spot of breakfast. I'm digging Hoyt's bold stripe shirt. It's a welcome change from plaid.
So is this purple and red pinstriped shirt. Two dapper shirts in one episode? No wonder Jason is dreaming about him!
At first I was disappointed by Jesus's ho-hum striped shirt, but then he put on the fedora and I was all squeeee! I love this hat even more than Baby Mikey's.
All that (snakeskin) luggage, Lafayette? For just a short trip?
Bitch, please. I've got a parka in here.
Oh. So you do. Carry on, then.
¡Hola, abuelo! Here he is, both past and present. Looks like he's ready to kick some culo in either decade.
Also ready to kick ass/take names? Naomi, who wants to kick Tara's ass for taking the name "Toni" and lying about it. I like her tissue-weight tank. Casual, but sexy. Good for pouting. Well played.
Oh hi, Marnie! Hey, you might want to change into something more comfortable, because you're about to go to Vampire jail. What's that? You're already wearing a free-flowing and non-constrictive baggy dress? Well, I guess the only thing to do is protect your neck. Whoops, looks like you've got that covered, too. You think of everything. Except how to reverse spells.
Oh hi, Sam. Thanks for pulling out the obligatory plaid. We almost went plaid-less in this recap. Love the rugged jacket and distressed jeans, too. You wear the Country Boy look well.