Makes sense. I know it's terrible to say but after this episode it would be extremely difficult to feel bad for her.
Honestly, I wouldn't be too surprised if Billith goes the Colossus route by the season finale and "dies" to cure Hep V. It would be a convenient way to burn out his Billith powers.
I could see Bill burning out his Lillith powers to get rid of the Hep V but still surviving. And then (much like the Superior Spider-Man when Peter returns), Bill will have to deal with the "Billith" (heh, I like that term) aftermath. It could be an interesting setup for next season, but, with such a long gap between seasons, I doubt they'd pick up that plot point and run with it.
e_galston wrote:The best thing they could do for the show (which means they won't) is get rid of Sookie..
The closest they ever came (and, IMO, the closest they'll get) is when Sookie took a trip to fairy land for a few hours at the beginning of season 4. When she got back, she learns that she experienced a Time Skip
and that, while she was only gone for a little while, 18 months or so have passed for everyone else.
So, even if she DID die/disappear again, someone would probably remember this and act accordingly.
You know what would be cool? Seeing some episodes set during the time while Sookie (and Tara, actually) were gone. A lot of crazy stuff happened in a relatively short time while she was there, but it's quiet for 18 or so months? Please. We could see Layfayette kick some ass, Jason doing his thing on the force, etc..
Wait... Sookie took Warlow to Fairie land to get away from Billith's power over him. Warlow can tell when it's getting dark and has Sookie tie him up, so he doesn't hurt her. Sookie tells him that she "might be a 'danger whore' but she's not stupid" and then gets nekkid and stupidly bangs him. Apparently, when they do it, light comes from their genitals. Later, she has to go because she can sense her friend crying in the cemetary and assumes it's about her husband. She also asks for help getting back (when she brought him there originally), but that's another conversation in itself.
if Sookie can sense when one of her friends is crying in a cemetary and has to return, why can't she sense when several of her friends and family are crying in a cemetary because they're at her funeral?!?
Has she gotten that much more proficient with her powers? Doubtful.
Has that much time passed? Not really. (Remember, the first 3 seasons didn't take up that much time. Arlene got knocked up by someone who died in season 1 and she hadn't had the kids yet by season 3)
Are the writers forgetting things and making up the rules as they go along? I could see that happening.
Why do I say that? Well... what's up with the time passing differently in Fairie? She's there for awhile in season 4 and folks think she's dead because she was missing for 18 months. Now, she takes Warlow there for the afternoon and is able to make it back right away.