True Blood Season 3 Episdoe 1 "Pack of Wolves" Review

Well tonight was the season 3 opener of HBO hit show True Blood. This was the first time I have ever watched this particular show after many rave reviews from friends of mine that said I had to check it out. And I am not dissappointed. It was easy to catch on to what has happened from the finale since this episode tonight showed the after math immediately continuing on the kidnapping of Bill and Sookie frantically looking every where for her vamp boyfriend.


Sookie walks in on a very naked Eric and accuses him of kidnapping Bill. Eric has no idea where Bill is and has enough problems of his own. Eric and the Queen have to hide the fact that they've been selling V blood to humans. And they force Lafayette to sell all of their supply.


We learn tonight that Arlene is pregnant again, Lafayette takes Tara to be with her mom who is thrilled at the opportunity to bond with her baby girl. Tara feigns happiness for awhile but only long enough to lock herself in the bathroom, grab a ton of pills, and attempt suicide.


The character Cooter, who i'm going to assume is a werewolf, and his wolf buddies are the ones who kidnapped Bill. They're a rowdy bunch and spend most of the time they have with Bill feeding off of him. And finally, Sam has put himsel on a trip to find his birth parents. He finds out they have another son and he follows him home.


There was so many storylines to this one episode it made the show fly right by. I am desperately craving for more and thank goodness that I listened to the recommendations from my friends on watching this show.

Comments

| Jun 14, 2010 8:07AM EDT
I didn't understand the Bill/Sam bit. That seemed a bit surplus. Couldn't really see the point of it except to titillate.
| Jun 14, 2010 8:07AM EDT
I didn't like it much except seeing eric in the nude, it might be because i wanted the kidnapper to be someone else. Like Lorena for example!
| Jun 14, 2010 4:56AM EDT
It was one hell of an episode!!! XD

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