We're recapping HBO's fifth season of "True Blood," the drama series based on the Southern Vampire Mysteries by Charlaine Harris. Set in the fictional town of Bon Temps, La., the story revolves around a waitress named Sookie Stackhouse and her dealings with all manner of vampires, werewolves, witches and other supernatural creatures. The vampires, who are attempting to co-exist openly with humans, instead live on a synthetic version of blood called "True Blood." Spoilers ahead.
Lafayette's boyfriend Jesus got involved with a witches group led by Marnie, a woman who was voluntarily possessed by Antonia, the ghost of a centuries old witch with a thirst for revenge on vampires. When (as Bill's deputy) Eric came to investigate, Marnie put a spell on him that caused him to lose his memory. Sookie took him in and cared for him; they fell in love and began a relationship. Marnie tried casting a spell to induce all vampires to commit suicide by walking outside in daylight, but was thwarted by Jesus, who freed Antonia's spirit from Marnie. After Bill shot Marnie, her spirit took over Lafayette's body and stabbed Jesus, killing him to gain his powers.
After Eric and Bill ask Sookie to choose between them, she rejects them both. Nan Flanagan, a member of the Authority (the ruling body of vampires) tells Bill ...