Misfits Season 4 Episode 1 If only were a little more... vampy. He doesn't find things anywhere near as easy as Franklin, as his handling of the new family bears out. Stung by little bro Tommy's little stunt with the truck, he turns tail and runs back to Bon Temps. Unfortunately, his new family follows him there. The second family reunion is as fraught as the first, albeit with way more alcohol, but you know your family is trouble when they try to rob as payback for trying to keep your liquor license. But at least Joe Lee had some trousers on. Pray to God they make him keep them on.
It Hurts Me Too, is an packed with lots of great stuff: 's ‘gift' to Laf, 's realization that the baby isn't 's among others, all vital plot points, no doubt, but with the airing of the Misfits Season 4 Episode 1 /Lorena scene, almost everything else is pretty much white noise.
It's no surprise that the scene is the last of the . Any earlier and the entire would have been lost to extended gasps and incredulity. As it stands, it's already been hailed as the ‘twist heard round the world' by one reviewer, and has ensured that, if nothing else, the controversy machine rumbles on.
Misfits Season 4 Episode 1 That's not necessarily a complaint, mind. I'm sure the scene was completely necessary to show 's unravelling in what he sees as an eerily familiar set of circumstances. Having said that, Lorena has threatened before, and the outcome was altogether different. OK, so it's a small complaint, but definitely a valid one.
Whatever the controversies of the scene, one thing is absolutely sure: it was pitch perfect. Stephen Moyer's performance has been steadily gaining in credibility over the course of Misfits Season 4 Episode 1 the s, and in this , the man has clearly hit his stride. Praise too, for Mariana Klaveno, also known as the vile Lorena. For her part, bizarre as it was, she brings a strange almost-dignity to her vamp's desperate insanity.
Of course, there's no way Lorena will be able to keep this little incident to herself. will eventually find out, and then... Well, I do believe there's a very tall, very old vampire that would happily step in. Which will be all kinds of fun.
The ramifications of It Hurts Me Too will be interesting, at the very least, but knowing , it'll be a few weeks before we really see them. In the meantime, we've got plenty to keep Misfits Season 4 Episode 1 us going, like, who the hell is 's baby-father? What the frick does Franklin think he's playing at? And when is someone going to give Tommy a good old fashioned hiding? Anyone? Ouch. That’s all I have to say about the disturbing final scene of this week’s of ",” in which Lorena goads into having sex with her, and then proceeded to have her head twisted 180 degrees during the act. Lorena has never been one of my favorite characters, and I have to say, this week’s only heightened my dislike for her. The character hasn’t ever really grown, and she’s only around for shock value and to move the plot forward. (Oh, and for various old-time-y flashbacks involving . Which, no offense writers, could be a tad shorter. ’s tormented about being a vampire. We get it.)
Misfits Season 4 Episode 1 Also failing to demonstrate any sort of growth is , poor girl. She’s become a major victim, first being manipulated by Maryann’s tricks last , and now Franklin’s charm and hypnotizing ability to "glamour” her (speaking of which — if vampires can glamour humans into inviting them into houses, doesn’t that defeat the point of the admissions rule?). I miss the from one, who had more spunk.