The two are interrupted when Alcide sniffs vampires (in the daytime), and Bill (Stephen Moyer) and all the vampires he rescued (minus Eric) are frolicking around Bill’s mansion.
(Sundays, 9 pm/ET, HBO; a marathon of Episodes 1 through 8 will air Halloween night), we still aren't even close to solving the show's central mystery: Who's killing all of Bon Temps' ladies?
actors were brilliantly cast and have completely become the characters created in the now-famous Charlaine Harris “Sookie Stackhouse” books.
Bill’s death took place at night, in the sweltering, nineteenth century Bon Temps graveyard.
I don't watch much television, but Sundays night HBO is must see TV at my place! The characters are all developing really well, my only worry is that HBO will do what it always does, hook us, reel us in with twelve episodes, then leave us hanging for an entire year, making us wait for another new set of episodes as they have done with their other series!!!
Sookie hears the selfish and mean thoughts of the locals that blame her for dating Bill during the funeral of her grandmother and she has a breakdown during her speech.
This was one powerful episode as events take place around Gran's (Lois Smith) murder and funeral.
Tara (Rutina Wesley) is becoming a more powerful character and Wesley is showing herself to be one accomplished actress.