True Blood: "Somebody That I Used To Know" Review

"I hate this goddamn town"

I hear you, Sheriff Andy. Well, mostly. True Blood star Stephen Moyer directed this week's overly-absurd episode, "Somebody That I Used To Know," which saw Sam tenderly reconcile with a Sam-shifted Luna, Hoyt ponder shooting a chained up Jessica and Bill fall in line with the Saguinistas.

Yes, most of this episode was off its rocker, and I'm sad to see Russell relegated to comic relief, but in the midst of all the madness came, possibly, the first inkling of a driving, directional plot point this season; the destruction of the True Blood factories. Most people were excited about Season 3 until Russell's plot fizzled and the wolf stuff went nowhere. And as much as people roll their eyes at the thought of Season 4, it, at least, had a central adversary in play. This season just seems so arbitrary, with people bouncing around from story to story; mixing their chocolate in each others' peanut butter. Read More... 


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