True Blood Radio 203: Jason’s Got a Gun

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HBO graced us with our first “Waiting Sucks” video, featuring Jason, a gun, and a confrontation. We talk about that plus put the kabosh on rumors of a certain Viking’s true death.

Things we mentioned:

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6 Comments

  1. esw45

    April 24, 2013 at 8:55 pm

    hi Mel,
    The podcast only showed about 13.37 minutes….

    • Mel

      April 24, 2013 at 11:13 pm

      Dagnabbit! The whole thing played on my computer, but I guess it didn’t upload all the way. Fixed!

  2. Whitney

    April 24, 2013 at 8:55 pm

    I think you cut off your pod cast too early again

  3. Syydiana

    April 26, 2013 at 9:58 pm

    I’m thinking maybe Jason & Nora on a joint mission of personal vengeance… That would be a fun story line to see. Nora could have a reason to maybe want Warlow to meat the…”True Death?” We are going to be doing flash backs, if I remember right? Just a passing thought V””V

  4. Rina

    April 27, 2013 at 1:09 pm

    I think Sookie would have damaged her relationship with Jason a lot more if she let him shoot Nora, and then Eric ripped his head off. Just because Sookie is Jason’s sister doesn’t mean that she has to stand by and let him do something suicidal when he’s clearly not in his right mind.

    Jason was suffering from a concussion and was emotionally unstable and about to do something really stupid. By calling his attention to the fact that he was pointing a gun at Eric’s sister, Sookie reminded Jason that he was about to do something that would get him killed and at the same time humanized Nora by making her not another random bloodsucker, but someone’s sister, just like Sookie was Jason’s sister. Jason may be angry and irrational at the moment, but he is never short on empathy. Plus the fact that Eric called Nora his sister was enough for Sookie to want to defend her because the last thing she wants is for Eric to lose another person he loves. Finally, if Jason had killed Nora, and then Eric killed Jason, it would have ripped Eric and Sookie’s already tenuous relationship apart and devastated both of them in ways that Billith never could. Even if Eric didn’t kill Jason, Nora’s death would always be between Sookie and Eric. Sookie saved Nora’s and Jason’s lives and diffused an extremely dangerous and potentially explosive situation by her brave actions. She should be applauded rather than criticized.

    • Mel

      April 27, 2013 at 3:59 pm

      That’s basically my argument in the podcast, Rina, that Sookie was preventing Jason from making a horrible mistake that would have had serious, probably deadly, consequences.