Sookie's painful childhood revelation about her Uncle Bartlett spurs Bill into vengeful action. Despite her skepticism, Tara agrees to pay for an exorcism to purge Lettie Mae of a demon. In search of V juice, Jason travels to Fangtasia, where he bonds with an adventurous young woman named Amy. A trio of rednecks decide to exact vigilante justice on a pack of vampires who crashed Merlotte's in search of their wayward mate Bill. She feels comfortable enough to reveal a dark secret. When she was a young girl, she was molested by her Uncle Bartlett.
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It was the night after my gran died, that I started to doubt Bill Compton. I knew that in my right mind I wouldn't really want to have sex with him. Why would I do that right after—before I could even mourn her? Did I just want to numb the pain of losing her? Maybe Eric Northman was right; maybe Bill really was manipulating me with his blood.
Out of the back of a car trunk, came young innocent and virginal Jessica Hamby, played by the very talented Deborah Ann Woll. A church going, strictly brought up youth, Jessica was the victim assigned for Bill to turn into a vampire at his tribunal. For Jessica, still a teenager and a virgin, it meant so much more as you will see in the interview with Deborah Ann Woll below:. The third season of the Golden Globe-winning show, which follows the relationship between small- town waitress Sookie Stackhouse played by Anna Paquin and vampire Bill Compton Stephen Moyer , premiered here on Monday. Playing Jessica, originally intended by producers to appear only in two episodes, also comes with its own challenges.
Should I be glad for you for that? It feels a bit bad romance book-y, you know, healing your emotional problems with the magical power of sex, but then I also feel quite pleased for Sookie for overcoming this hurdle. Loosing her only parental figure and having a dick for a brother is really dragging down her normally quite bubbly personality.