Big Bang Theory Season 6 Episode 12 If You Love Me, Why Am I Dyin'? saw the much anticipated return of another were creature, the delectable Alcide. However, it wasn't quite the reunion we expected. The The Big Bang Theory Season 6 Episode 5 foolish (why are they always foolish?) werewolf has taken back the hellish Debbie, who is allegedly clean and sober. Unlike the lovely, but not very bright Alcide, takes this particular revelation with a healthy dose of scepticism. It unlikely we've heard the last of Debbie.
While Diet Eric's, um, predicament is the biggest news, the most worrying has to be Jason's continued captivity, which took a massively disturbing turn this week. Now ready, allegedly, to serve his Big Bang Theory Season 6 Episode 12 purpose, he's about to be gang The Big Bang Theory Season 6 Episode 5 waaaghwaaaghwaaaghwaaaghwaaagh by the entire redneck female werepanther population. Admittedly, that's only about five women, but the point stands. We always knew Jason's libido would get him into trouble one day, but this is just uncalled for. Not only has been turned into a free for all sperm bank, and most likely, a werepanther, but he's been missing for two days and the The Big Bang Theory Season 6 Episode 5 only person who's noticed is Andy. That poor boy just cannot catch a break.
Big Bang Theory Season 6 Episode 12 Sticking with the werepanthers, for they have now been given an official name, it's great to finally get some kind of exposition with regard to their existence, but as creation stories go, could it be any more redneck? A The Big Bang Theory Season 6 Episode 5 panther vomited up the werepanther version of Adam and Eve? Nature sure has a strange sense of humour in Louisiana. Elsewhere,
While not as fast paced as the preceding episode, If You Love Me allowed us Big Bang Theory Season 6 Episode 12 to take a breath and properly realise the implications of the fates currently befalling our beloved Bon Temps residents, as well as giving us a sneak peek into the Vampire West Wing that is King Bill's residence. Once again, the vamp/human political climate made an appearance. It's looking as if the politics of leadership will play quite the part this season. In fact, the only storyline that feels slightly out of place this week is the Tommy as con artist ruse. The depth of his manipulation of Mamma Hoyt, revealed to us through a chance visit, and his anger at Sam's rejection
Big Bang Theory Season 6 Episode 12 of his scheme, portraying Tommy as both manipulative and incredibly needy, seems a little out of balance.
That, however, is a minor criticism. Once again, has produced some top quality television, with superb dialogue, "You just killed my Fairy Godmother" being a particular highlight, and tantalizing us with a myriad story possibilities. Will Eric ever be himself? What will become of Jason? And what's with the doll? Only another six Big Bang Theory Season 6 Episode 12 days till we find out! Last week on "": Jason gets prepped for stud service, Jessica gives in to temptation, Marnie gets ambitious and Eric gets a load off his mind. Pan up Eric Northman's long, lean body, clad only in tight jeans. Clearly not himself, he has just asked why she smells so good, of honey and wheat and sunlight. The fangs come out. The Big Bang Theory Season 6 Episode 5 "I am The Big Bang Theory Season 6 Episode 5 not in the mood," snarls. "What are you?" he asks wonderingly, leaning in. She drives off, then stops, reverses, but he's gone. She sighs. Eric sweeps into the car like a gust of wind and grabs hold. Credits!
manages to escape and runs through a picturesque oak alley. Eric catches up, but she tells him she's not his dinner, and punches him, busting his nose. "What did you do that for?" he asks. "You broke my nose." When she reminds him he's a vampire, he says he knows what he is, just not who he is. (He also makes the joke we've been waiting for him to make since the debut of "Jersey Shore": I know I'm a vampire, Snookie." What does he remember? He can see images of a cold-eyed Marnie, reaching into him, emptying his The Big Bang Theory Season 6 Episode 5 soul. He sees into Marnie, and seems to realize there is someone possessing her. He remembers the circle, and the chanting. looks lost. "Okay," she says uncertainly. She'll help him, but he is not allowed to touch or bite or her. Eric promises.
Pam is eating when calls Fangtasia. She tells Pam that Eric is with her, and he doesn't seem to remember who he is or how he got there. Pam doesn't finish her dinner. is cleaning off Eric's feet when Pam bursts into the house. When she sees that Eric is not himself, she tells that she has to hide him, and that the witches must be responsible. Sookie: "Witches? Oh great. Now I have to deal with witches?" Pam tells that if she tells Bill about Eric's memory loss, she will rip her to pieces. That sends Eric into action -- he throws Pam across the room. "Be nice to her," Eric orders Pam. smiles. Pam explains that she thinks that Bill set Eric up because Eric has tasted and know what she is. Eric is thrilled to discover he and have a past. The Big Bang Theory Season 6 Episode 5 "Technically, you fang-waaaghwaaaghwaaaghwaaaghwaaagh me," she tells him. demands money for babysitting Eric. As dawn approaches, checks out Eric's hidey-hole, which has a sweet fur blanket on his bed. "You live here in my house?" Eric says, looking around. (Yeah, didn't want him to know that, but Pam spilled the beans.) He asks if she wants to be his, and she politely declines. He thanks her, then asks again, "What are you?" "I'm really sick of being asked that question is what I am."