The first season she dealt with her mother who was both physically and mentally abusive to her. We saw why Tara was the way she was and she got involved with trying to get rid of a demon with a fake witch. In doing that, that led to the big bad and main plot of season 2. Hardly anything that could be pointless on the show. Season 3 we had her as the voice of reason to Sookie, who didn't want to listen. She was also connected to the vampire who was working for the main baddie and tortured Tara even further. For the whole three seasons, she's been more involved with the plots than a majority of the supporting casts and it's been about her journey from damaged to a positive type character, who she did become in season 4 when he really set out to change herself and still caught herself in the cross hairs of trouble, but still with a different mentality despite her feelings against vampires. Season 4 I can say , though, was her season where she didn't play too much of a place. She's still have been more involved and more of a character compared to Arlene, Terry, Andy, and so on. He'll, freakin' Alcide plays less of a defining, bigger role than Tara.
Greg Anderson: Blackized Anti-Sterotypist!
That's even assuming a vampire could actually stop himself from killing her.
Also if the Authority is really as big and bad ass as they say? Then I would think they already know about Sookie.
A woman can move a lot faster with her skirt up than a man can with his pants down.
"It isn't jumping the shark if you never come back down." Chuck
So what did everyone think of the latest episode. Tara finally spoke and understandably, she's really pissed. She claims she'll never forgive Sookie and Lafayette, but I think that's going to make for some interesting drama throughout the season. I'd also like to see how Pam handles her now. She's always been so callous and crass. I suppose that's part of her charm, but it makes for a rather strange maker. As for the Authority, it's good to finally see them in person. Although the kid is a little much. But I actually like how they used the old biblical story of Lilith (which has since been removed from the canon), to discuss the origin of vampires. I'm sure it'll upset the religious crowd, but I think that's usually a good thing. I hope they get into the whole spiritual history of vampires later on in the season as well. Especially with Russel back in the fold.