Being Human – Tully
Mitchell started to invite every know neighbor over to their flat to have the opportunity to get to know them and to “fit in” even more so. Yes, there is a war coming and yes, Annie can’t be part of it because only supernaturals can see her, but he is having the time of his life!
Everything seems to be going perfectly, and in walks Tully.
Tully is a werewolf that has been tracking George for ages. He wants to help George become the best werewolf that he can be! Tully is confident and creepy and very much into himself, which isn’t apparent at first. It never is with that type… But then it comes out. His training slowly converts George into Mini-Tully, which isn’t a good thing.
There is only so much room in this world for crass rude folks.
The show builds up until Tully finally attempts to force himself on Annie, how terrible is it when you can’t even be safe in death? And if that’s isn’t enough Lauren isn’t dealing at all with the fact that Mitchell turned her and now won’t pay her the time of day – this is causing problems for all of the vampire community – with a war coming the last thing they need is added attention from a attention deprived baby vamp who misses her maker.
Mitchell is falling apart. His blood strike is starting to take a toll on him, giving him the shakes and causing him to hid in his flat.
Over all it was a bad month for the Being Human gang. Poor George, he finds out at the end that Tully is his maker and Tully, he isn’t the confident man he pretends to be – he wants George for his self, no matter what.
Next week Annie has to deal with why she is still here. Someone killed her… With all her emotions, this is probably not going to be a good thing.
Being Human airs on BBC America Saturdays @ 9 pm.