The scripts we’ve chosen for this event are:
~ Air date June 27th, 2010 – Written by Alexander Woo
Scenes include –
In Sookie’s house, the bullet roars towards the werewolf but Eric jumps in front of it. The werewolf smells Eric’s blood and turns into a man. Eric throttles him and asks who he works for. Sookie shoots him in the leg and then hears him think “Jackson.”
Eric sees the werewolf brand on his neck and takes a big bite out of it, killing him.
“Oh…I’ve got your rug all wet….”
Eric digs up a fresh grave to bury the werewolf. Sookie thanks him for saving her life, but she isn’t about to fall for the old “I need your blood to heal” trick again.
Sookie asks him about Jackson. Eric knows it’s where the werewolf lives. Sookie wants to go there tomorrow.
Lafayette is woken up by Eric honking outside in a cherry Porsche. Eric tells Lafayette that Pam’s been under some pressure lately, but the car is his. Eric appreciates that he’s discreet, efficient and has a good network of customers. Lafayette says he’ll think about it.
~ Air date July 25th, 2010 – Written by Alan Ball
Scenes include –
Russell and his guard returning to the mansion with Sookie and Bill. Russell tells the folks in the room that Bill has “been hiding something interesting from us all,” and Bill immediately rips a post off the stairway and stakes the guard who dissolves into a small pile of goo. He jumps on top of Russell who tosses Bills aside and laughs. Bill asks Eric to take Sookie to safety, but he merely holds her for Russell. Russell orders Bill to the slave quarters and tells Lorena to kill him. He has Sookie sent to the library and goes to tend to Talbot who is upset with the damage done to their home.
In the library Eric is thinking of a plan while Sookie yells at him for not helping her and Bill. He tells her he is “very close to getting something I’ve wanted since I was human.” Russell arrives and sends Eric away. Russell wants answers regarding Sookie’s powers he’s witnessed.
Talbot tells Eric he and Russell have been together for over 700 years. Russell arrives and asks Eric to accompany him on a trip.
In the car Eric tells Russell he feels no attachment towards Sookie. Russell says he feels it is in his best interest to “use” werewolves. The king’s dream is to conquer the planet and tells of a history of trying to limit humankind’s power. Russell tells Eric they are not going to Shreveport but will eventually deal with the Magister.
Russell and Eric pay Sophie-Anne a visit. Eric pins her to the floor and essentially forces her to agree to marry Russell. Eric claims to now be a servant of Russell.
SOURCE: HBO (Pix & video) Synopsis (IMDB)
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