Our leading lady comes back from the brink of death and sets her sights on both Bill and Eric – while Antonia does the same.
In "Let's Get Out of Here," emotions are running high, and more dream sequences help us dive deeper into everyone's inner psyche. While a jarring reminder of the differences between reality and subconscious desires, the dreams have thus far served as a glimpse at the carefree camp that True Blood has slowly shifted away from. And, in the process, Sookie gives one hell of a performance as a seductress, feminist and supernatural heroine. "Let's Get Out of Here" is one of the most entertaining episodes of the season, all the more so for giving us a vivid reminder of the social commentary True Blood has been making since day one via the treatment and tangled interaction of its various supernatural species. Except for that one scene where the Lafayette storyline accidentally turned into an episode of Ghost Whisperer. But we're getting ahead of ourselves.
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
True Blood in Dallas: 'True Blood' Recap: Sookie's Stand-Out PerformanceTweet this! Posted by " Dallas " at 8:39 PM