Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 Sheriff Andy gets interviewed by his own deputies about the circumstances of the death of Junior, a man who was in league with the Obama mask wearing killers gunning for “supes.” Sam, all of a sudden carefree about revealing his true self in public, sniffs around the crime scene for evidence in a delightful doggie like way. Andy’s overwhelmed by the idea of masked gunmen targeting people in his town, so he pays an odd visit to a former guest star that fans of DEADWOOD will be happy to see.
Meanwhile, Hoyt was picked up and “saved” by these hate mongering killers, and it doesn’t take long for Hoyt to turn his “dark period” and frustration with Jessica into hate, feeling more love than he’s ever felt in this hate club than anywhere else. It’s groan inducing stuff, and makes everyone long for Hoyt’s death. He used to be one of the most charming and innocent characters on the show, Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 but the writers have reduced that to rubble.
Alcide and his “second,” Rikki (Kelly Overton), who allied herself to his cause to be leader of the wolfpack “train” for his upcoming battle against the incumbent, the V-addicted J.D. (Louis Hertham). The scene is fairly laughable, with Alcide wearing a
Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 At Fangtasia, a handsome man in a leather jacket and studded collar offers himself up to Jessica. “They say my blood is like a goddamn milkshake, and you don’t even need no straw,” he tells her. Jessica’s interest is piqued. Next time we see the guy, however, he is leading Hoyt into a room in a house in the middle of nowhere, where he’s got a beaten and bruised Jessica chained in silver in the corner. He’s part of the Supe Klux Klan, along with Ray and Tyrese, and they’ve decided to let/make Hoyt kill Jessica himself. “You hear that, Ruby Red? Your ex- boyfriend is going to stick it in you one last time,” Tyrese taunts Jess. Then, to Hoyt, “And I mean your stake, and not your Johnson.” Heh. They lock Hoyt in the room with a gun with silver-core wooden bullets.
Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 At the Sheriff’s Office, Andy is interrogating Joe Bob and getting nowhere, so Sam asks for a moment alone with the prisoner: “I have certain techniques.” And in what is surely not a Geneva Conventions-sanctioned move, Sam transforms into a cobra and hisses in Joe Bob’s face. He discovers that Joe Bob’s compadres have targeted Jessica. Luna-as-Sam shows up in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office and confronts Andy, who is understandably confused (“What the monkey spunk?”). He leads Luna-as-Sam back to his office, where she hugs the actual Sam, who is less confused than shocked. Luna-as-Sam explains that she can’t seem to shift back, and she’s worried she’s going to die. Andy: Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 “I hate this goddamn town.”
Jessica begs Hoyt to take the silver off, but Hoyt is conflicted. After all, Jessica did cheat on him with his best friend and broke his heart. Plus, she’s already dead. “Why don’t you love me anymore?” he asks her. “I wanted to love you,” she tells him. “I even prayed for it to come back. It just didn’t.” He points the gun against her forehead.
Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 In the next room, the milkshake man hears the gun go off. He unlocks the door and walks inside. “You did it?” he asks Hoyt. Hoyt: “Where are the other boys?” Milkshake: “They ain’t here.” And Jessica steps out from behind the door and snaps his neck. Only problem, it’s daytime, so Jessica can’t leave. Hoyt promises to send help. “Hey, Hoyt?” Jessica says. “Thank you.” Hoyt: “(Bleep) you, Jess.” Clearly he’s still conflicted.
Andy, Sam and Luna-as-Sam find Jessica in the Supe Klux Klan shack, but she’s worried when she finds out that Hoyt never made contact with them. Luna-as-Sam sniffs around Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 and detects that a large woman with a penchant for Cheetohs, Mello Yello and menthol cigarettes was in the room. But she doubles over in pain before this makes a lick of sense.
Hoyt is walking along a road when a pickup truck rumbles by. He goes over to the window and smiles: “A friendly face,” Hoyt says to the driver. “I’ve been so freaking lost.” But the driver just lifts his gun and cocks it in Hoyt’s face.
Back at Merlotte’s, Sam has Luna-as-Sam on his lap. Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 “You’re not going to die,” he tells her. “You have too much to live for … You mean more to me than anything. And you’re incredibly handsome.” He kisses Luna-as-Sam on her head, spawning an entirely new genre of slash fiction. Good news: Luna-as-Sam transforms back into Luna. Bad news: She gags, yells and retches.
At Alcide’s house, there is at least a full minute of growly weresex between Alcide and Rikki. “You know this doesn’t mean I’m your girlfriend,” she whispers. “I don’t remember asking,” he grunts back. Pause, long shared look. “You wanna be my girlfriend?” Alcide Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 says. “Maybe.” Sookie really missed the boat on this one.
It’s the night of the packmaster challenge. Traditionally, the two contenders have to track and kill a quarry animal, but J.D. is switching things up: He’s kidnapped a track star from the local college, and they’re going to hunt him as men, not wolves. He will give the kid a two-minute head start. Alcide objects and drops out, thinking that will save the kid’s life. But J.D. says he’s Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 still going to hunt the track star. Alcide tells J.D. he’s a drug addict and a disgrace, but the juiced-up J.D. pins Alcide and tells him he isn’t fit to wipe his behind. And then J.D. takes off after the track star.
Arlene gets Terry and Patrick back to the Bellefleur mansion by claiming there’s a fire. When they arrive, she and Holly explain that Lafayettemight be able to break the curse. Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 Lafayette, in full Whoopi Goldberg-in-“Ghost” mode, pretends to speak to the Iraqi woman, telling her that Terry and Patrick are good men and sorry about what they’ve done. ThenLafayette realizes that the woman is there for real. And she’s pissed. “The spirit is saying she’ll lift the curse if …”Lafayette turns around, and sees Zaafira in her blood-spattered robe. Zaafira possessesLafayette long enough to say something in Arabic, then Lafayette spits her out again. He tells Terry that he’s got to kill Patrick, or Patrick has to kill him. Patrick takes this as his cue to leave — fast.
Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 Meanwhile, Tracy, the bitchy blond shopkeeper who got on Jessica’s bad side a few episodes back, turns up at Fangtasia and starts needling Tara, who’s on bartender duty. “I am so relieved to see you holding down a steady job,” she tells Tara, and when Tara gives her the strawberry daiquiri she ordered,Tracy then insists that she really ordered a vodka tonic. “If you’re too lazy to fix your own mistake …”Tara starts to snap: “I’m gonna rip open your heart and fry it up with some grits and collard greens.” But Pam intervenes smoothy, givingTracy the drink on the house, and givingTara a stern warning.
Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 3 Later, Pam bringsTara down into the dungeon, ostensibly to give her a talking-to about her attitude. But really she has a gift:Tracy, chained up. “I thought you were mad,”Tara says. “My made face and my happy face are the same,” Pam deadpans. She then glamorsTracy into beingTara’s willing “unpaid food whore.”Tara digs in.