True Blood Quickie: True Blood Season 7 Episode 8 “Almost Home” Recap

August 11, 2014

Here’s what went down in Episode 8 (entitled Almost Home) of HBO’s True Blood Season 7:

  • Karolina Wydra stars as Violet in HBO's True Blood Season 7 Episode 8 (entitled 'Almost Home')Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp) really does decide to be a martyr and walks outside to meet her destiny. Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) nearly does the wrong thing by wanting to rip her head off but luckily Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) is there to threaten him talk some sense into him and danger is averted. Eric does sup on Sarah’s blood though and is instantly healed of Hep-V.
  • Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) and Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) are curled up in bed enjoying the afterglow when Sookie decides it would be a good time to dredge up the past. It seems Bill was meant to bring Sookie back to Queen Sophie Ann (Evan Rachel Wood) as a breeder, since the queen had gotten wind of another queen’s (Queen Mab of the fairies) plan to abscond all the fae out of the human world.
  • Tara Thornton’s (Rutina Wesley) story line gets wound up. It turns out all that digging in the garden of the their old house was to draw attention to the fact that Lettie Mae (Adina Porter) needed to forgive herself so the pair of them could move on – Lettie Mae, in life, and Tara, in death. *cries into her tissues at all the loose ends being wound up*
  • Hoyt Fortenberry (Jim Parrack) and Bridgette (Ashley Hinshaw) discover they may not be as perfect for each other as they first thought. It seems Hoyt realizes his family is messed up enough not to want to pass on the family genes. As a result, when Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) gets the text from Violet (Karolina Wydra) saying she is holding Jessica Hamby (Deborah Ann Woll) hostage and takes off, Bridgette joins him. Because of course you would go into extreme danger rather than have a fight with your boyfriend…
  • So Jason gives her a gun and heads into Violet’s freaky house of hell. It doesn’t take long for Violet to attack him, tie him up and describe exactly how she plans to kill every one – and it turns out she was weirder than anyone even thought! Luckily Hoyt followed them there though so he can shoot Violet dead and save the day. Oh, and look at all the glances between him and Jess. It seems glamour can’t put the fire out on their attraction. Seems Bridgette can spot it a mile off too. My prediction is Jess and Hoyt will get back together (especially after the little chat Jason and Jess have in the car later in this episode) and Jason will hook up with Bridgette.
  • While Sarah’s blood has healed Eric, it seems Mr. Gus (Will Yun Lee) is hesitant to release it directly to the general vampire public yet. It seems her blood does too good a job, he wants to dilute it down a bit first, so that vampires will have to purchase more than one bottle of Nu Blood in order to stay alive.
  • Eric arrives at Bill’s (how did he know she was there and not at her house?) and tells her about his lack of a Hep-V status. Sookie breaks the news that Bill is now sick. Eric is sworn to secrecy over the cure though and asks Sookie to sit tight and wait. Of course, this doesn’t happen *rolls eyes* and Sookie tracks down Eric at Fangtasia. As soon as she arrives she works out she’s in huge danger from Mr. Gus and the Yakuza so when Eric offers to glamour her, she fakes it with the best of them. In the process she reads Mr. Gus’s mind and ends up finding Sarah bound and gagged in the dungeon of Fangtasia. Boy is she excited once she reads Sarah’s mind and realizes Bill can be healed!
  • Hoyt goes to Bill’s during the day because he has the hots for Jessica all over again to drop off a bag of blood and him and Jess have a bit of a chat about the loss of parents.
  • Okay, just on a side note. There seems to be a lot of vampires awake during the day time in this episode. Remember when they could barely be woken in earlier seasons? Yeah, me too…
  • Mr. Gus has to return to Dallas but lets Eric and Pam know they should behave while his gone – yeah, he doesn’t trust them one little bit! And so he shouldn’t, because as soon as he’s gone they are fixing to cure Bill.
  • Speaking of Bill, he is having a dream about him and Sookie having a baby together – except this baby is a black smoke monster. Is Sookie pregnant with a baby Ifrit? But, anyway, Sookie wakes Bill from his nightmare and tells him the good news before dragging him back to Fangtasia’s and bumping into Eric and Pam.
  • In all the time it takes to get Bill to Fangtasia, he waits until then to tell them all it is his time to die and refuses to drink Sarah’s blood – WTH?!

Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) says no in HBO's True Blood Season 7 Episode 9 (entitled 'Love is to Die')

What did you think of Episode 8 of True Blood Season 7? Do you think Bill will end up dying? Let us know your thoughts by commenting below!

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VIDEO: True Blood Season 7 Episode 9 (Love is to Die) Sneak Peek

August 11, 2014

Bill Remains Resolute in His Decision:

Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) says no in HBO's True Blood Season 7 Episode 9 (entitled 'Love is to Die')Well it appears Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) can be as stubborn as a mule when it comes to deciding when he will die. After refusing to take a sip of Sarah Newlin’s (Anna Camp) restorative blood at the end of Episode 8 (entitled Almost Home), it seems Bill will be sticking to his guns in Episode 9 (entitled Love is to Die) of HBO’s True Blood Season 7.

As for the others still left in Bon Temps, Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten), Jessica Hamby (Deborah Ann Woll), Hoyt Fortenberry (Jim Parrack) and Bridgette all seem to have issues to sort out yet. Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) is seen flying off with what appears to be Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) and Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) is all bound up again.

Will Bill really meet the true death? Let us know what you think will happen in the penultimate episode of True Blood by commenting below!


Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) retreats in confusion. Sam Merlotte (Sam Trammell) makes a choice. Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) exercises uncharacteristic restraint, while Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) faces a dilemma after being caught in a lie.

Written by Brian Buckner; directed by Howard Deutch.

Source: YouTube – True Blood 7×09 Promo “Love is to Die” (HD)

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True Blood Season 7: Episode 7 Ratings Are In!

August 6, 2014

Season 7 is Still a Ratings Success:

Ryan Kwanten stars as Jason Stackhouse in HBO's True Blood Season 7 Episode 7 (entitled 'May Be the Last Time')HBO’s True Blood is still smashing the ratings this week. Once more the vampire show, which is winding up it’s final season this year, managed to top the charts in the coveted adults 25-54 age bracket. While the ratings are down just slightly from last week’s screening, True Blood’s Episode 7 (entitled May Be the Last Time) still managed to beat the newest vampire show to enter the ratings market: The Strain. You can check out the Top 5 rating cable shows for Sunday the 3rd of August below:

Show Net Time Viewers (000) (Live + SD) Adult 18-49 Rating (Live + SD)
HBOM 9:01 PM 3393 1.7
STRAIN FX 10:00 PM 2274 1.2
ADSM 11:00 PM 2250 1.2
LAST SHIP, THE TNT 9:00 PM 4147 1.0


Let us know what you thought of True Blood’s Episode 7 by commenting below!

Source: Zap2It – Sunday Cable Ratings: ‘True Blood’ Wins Night, ‘The Strain’, ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’, ‘The Last Ship’, ‘The Leftovers’, ‘Falling Skies’ & More

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True Blood Writer Craig Chester Discusses Episode 7

August 5, 2014

May Be the Last Time Writer Tells When it Truly Felt Like the Show Was Ending:

Chris Bauer stars as Andy Bellefleur in HBO's True Blood Season 7 Episode 7 (entitled 'May Be the Last Time')For fans of True Blood, finding out the news last year that HBO had not renewed their popular vampire series, was probably when they felt like the show was truly ending. Then, when the theme song played for the first time on Season 7, once more it felt like the end all over again. But what about the crew? When did they feel like the show had come to an end? For Episode 7 (entitled May Be the Last Time) writer, Craig Chester, and show runner, Brian Buckner, they pointed out a particular moment in Episode 7 as their defining ‘end’ moment. It involved Andy (Chris Bauer) crying as he looked over a lake in Oklahoma:

When Bucky and I saw that scene for the first time edited, Bucky turned to me and said, “You know, for the first time in the series, I got the feeling that it’s ending.” There was something about that scene that hit both of us in a way that this is ending. Arlene and Andy started this series off as comic relief. And what I loved about writing this episode is it’s the episode where they both kind of come full circle as fully fleshed-out three-dimensional human beings… When we shot that scene, everybody was so torn up watching Chris, because it’s Andy. Andy’s crying. Oh my god, it’s really bad if Andy’s crying. And her reaction to that is our reaction to that—the first time you see your man cry, it’s a big deal. That’s one of my favorite scenes in this season because it’s very real. It’s what we’re going for this season—we’re getting into the characters. There’s a lot of love for these characters, and it’s really important that that come across because we’re saying goodbye to them. I think that’s why Bucky said, “I feel like that’s the first time I realized this show is ending.”

For Episode 7, there was plenty for Craig Chester to discuss, including why they decided to revisit Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) running through the cemetery in a white dress:

A lot of discussion went into that scene, which I think some people have been waiting for for a very long time and others have maybe not. [Laughs] We did shoot, shot-for-shot, Sookie running to Bill’s house in a white dress, so it is literally a callback to episode six of season 1. But one of the things that we talked about is that these are two very different people now that are reconnecting, who obviously have this deep love for each other. It’s loaded with this history between them. That was something that Anna [Paquin] and Stephen [Moyer] beautifully conveyed, having played these characters for so long and knowing exactly where they’re at as they rekindle their feelings for each other.

This scene, which leads to the romantic pairing of Sookie and Bill once more, had left many Team Bill fans very uneasy about the conclusion of True Blood. Episode 7 seems a tad bit early in the final season to get Sookie and Bill back together – especially for a permanent pairing. There is even speculation that Bill really will die of Hep-V now. Craig remained tight-lipped over this possibility, instead pointing out that they remained vested in that relationship and were committed to exploring the complexities of it. What ever that may mean.

There is plenty more Craig Chester had to say about Episode 7 of HBO’s True Blood Season 7 and you can view his interview with EW in it’s entirety by clicking here.

Source: EW – ‘True Blood’ postmortem: Inside Sookie’s ‘May Be the Last Time’ choice

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True Blood Season 7: Episode 9 Synopsis Released

August 5, 2014

Episode #79: “Love Is to Die”:

Anna Paquin stars as Sookie Stackhouse in HBO's True Blood Season 7With only three short episodes left, here’s what we know of the penultimate episode of HBO’s True Blood. Episode 9 is entitled Love is to Die and the synopsis reads:

Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) retreats in confusion. Sam Merlotte (Sam Trammell) makes a choice. Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) exercises uncharacteristic restraint, while Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) faces a dilemma after being caught in a lie.

Written by Brian Buckner; directed by Howard Deutch.

It seems Sookie may get rejected by someone. Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) perhaps? Finally Sam decides whether to stay in Bon Temps as the Mayor of Crazy or leave with the mother of his unborn child, Nicole (Jurnee Smollett-Bell). Jason seems to be nipping that “just because Hoyt (Jim Parrack) has it, doesn’t mean I should too” trait right in the bud. And, as for Eric getting caught in a lie – your guess is as good as mine as to which lie that might be!

Let me know your thoughts by commenting below!

Source: ScreenSpy – True Blood 7×09 “Love is to Die” Synopsis

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True Blood Quickie: True Blood Season 7 Episode 7 “May Be the Last Time” Recap

August 4, 2014

Here’s what went down in Episode 7 (entitled May Be the Last Time and previously known as One Last Time) of HBO’s True Blood Season 7:

  • Niall Brigant (Rutger Hauer) and Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) catch up in HBO's True Blood Season 7 Episode 7 (entitled 'May Be the Last Time')Amber (Natalie Hall) is getting interrogated by Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard), Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) and Mr. Gus (Will Yun Lee) as to the whereabouts of her sister, Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp). This doesn’t go too well when Eric sees Sarah’s face instead of Amber’s and stakes her. But that’s okay because apparently Big Brother is way more advanced than we thought and Mr. Gus uses satellite navigation to track Sarah down as she is having a meltdown at the now abandoned Light of Day Institute. Seems she is hallucinating remembering her past and Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) is getting his nasty on and telling her she will be dead by dawn. Sarah then has to battle her other hallucinations: Steve Newlin (Michael McMillian), the guru and the severed head of the Governor (Arliss Howard). There is a battle raging for Sarah’s soul – or so she thinks. She tells them though – since she is the antidote now – she is the new Messiah! But not for long, since Eric, Pam and Mr. Gus have now arrived…
  • Andy (Chris Bauer) and Holly (Lauren Bowles) are still looking for Adilyn (Bailey Noble) and Wade (Noah Matthews). They’re not at Fort Bellefleur and they are certainly not at Holly’s ex’s lake house in Oklahoma. That’s because Violet (Karolina Wydra) has spirited them away to her 50 Shades playroom extravagant mansion. When Violet goes to sleep, Adilyn and Wade both hand in their V cards. Which is nice, because once Violet wakes up, it’s time for her to throw Wade across the room and chain up Adilyn. Now we know why Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll) asked Adilyn to taste her blood all those episodes ago…
  • Jessica, Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) and Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) are all being miserable at Bill’s house. Sookie still thinks she can find a cure, but Jess doesn’t seem to think so. While the vampires sleep, Sookie gets to work. Since she thinks it’s her fae blood that is accelerating Bill’s Hep-V status, she calls in the big guns – or one that comes in a small package and a mighty big Hummer anyway. Enter Dr. Ludwig (Marcia DeRousse)! Dr. L is just as adorably cranky as the last time we saw her but her only advice is that maybe Bill’s case is accelerated by Sookie’s faeness, but not likely as she knows of someone who has been infected by a full fairy and their case is not as extreme as Bill’s. Just as we are settling into Dr. L’s lack of bedside manner, Sookie drops her fairy lineage and Dr. Ludwig leaves in a hurry. It seems Niall Brigant (Rutger Hauer) may, or may not have (but definitely has) come from a line of dwarf killers.
  • Speaking of, Sookie then summons Niall who is even less helpful than we thought the fairy might be. Or is he? It seems that maybe Sookie should just forgive herself for giving Bill Hep-V and get on with the miracle of life. *insert Bill flashback to the birth of his first child here* Has HBO been trying to tell us in all these flashbacks that Caroline (Shannon Lucio) is Bill’s one true love? This doesn’t really sit too well with Sookie and she asks Niall to leave after that.
  • Arlene (Carrie Preston) finally gets her sex dream with her vampire savior, Keith (Riley Smith). Lucky for him it’s only a dream though as Arlene is now, obviously, Hep-V positive.
  • Sam Merlotte (Sam Trammell) grapples with whether to stay or leave with Nicole (Jurnee Smollett-Bell). Arlene offers some advice. I still have no idea which way this story line will end.
  • Nu Blood – it’s like Tru Blood, just with Sarah Newlin’s blood and not the added Hep-V.
  • Hoyt Fortenberry (Jim Parrack) finally arrives from Alaska. In tow he has his gorgeous and smart new girlfriend, Bridget. So, of course, when Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) arrives, he is immediately coveting his ex-besties new girlfriend. The Hoyt and Jason moments are poignant as Jason lies about how Hoyt’s mother died. Jason ogling Hoyt’s girlfriend, not so nice – hasn’t he learned already?
  • Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) and Lettie Mae (Adina Porter) are digging in the yard of Lettie’s old house, looking for whatever it is that Tara (Rutina Wesley) wanted them to find. Shame they didn’t knock on the door and ask the current owners first though…
  • We finish this episode where we started all those years ago: with Sookie running through the cemetery in a white dress and then having sex with Bill in front of a raging fire. All the Team Bill fans out there are now worried that this hook up is way too early to come to any good – is Bill really going to meet the true death this time?

Jim Parrack stars as Hoyt Fortenberry in HBO's True Blood Season 7 Episode 7 (entitled 'May Be the Last Time')

Let us know what you thought of Episode 7 of True Blood by commenting below.

Also, stick around, because there will be an interview coming up shortly with True Blood’s resident doctor: Dr. Ludwig!

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VIDEO: True Blood Season 7 Episode 8 (Almost Home) Sneak Peek

August 3, 2014

So Many Journeys Still Leading Up to the True Blood Finale:

Deborah Ann Woll stars as Jessica Hamby in HBO's True Blood Season 7 Episode 8 (entitled 'Almost Home')It seems that many story lines are still be wound up in the remaining three episodes of HBO’s True Blood. In the Episode 8 (entitled Almost Home) sneak peek video we find Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp) threatening possible martyrdom, Lettie Mae (Adina Porter) suggesting a journey needs to be made, regardless of whether you can see the road in front of you or not and Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) telling Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) to wake up. We also find Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) warning Mr. Gus’s (Will Yun Lee) men not to shoot, a vindictive Violet (Karolina Wydra) and someone with dark hair tied up in the basement of Fangtasia!.

How do you think Episode 8 of True Blood will unfold? Let us know in the comments below!


With his prey in sight, Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) is going to reconsider his end-game strategies against Sarah. Sookie will put her life at risk in hopes of saving Bill. Lettie Mae and Lafayette Reynolds (Nelsan Ellis) are going to urge Reverend Daniels (Gregg Daniel) to join them in their V-fueled search for Tara (Rutina Wesley).

Violet is going to eye payback against those who betrayed her, while an old love is reborn for others.

The episode was written by Kate Barnow and it was directed by Jesse Warn.

Sources: HBO/YouTube – True Blood Season 7: Episode #8 Preview (HBO)

Hollywood Hills – New True Blood Season 7,Episode 8 Official Spoilers,Synopsis Released By HBO

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VIDEO: True Blood Season 7 Episode 7 (May Be the Last Time) Sneak Peek

July 28, 2014

Sarah Newlin is a Good Person now?

Karolina Wydra stars as vampire Violet in HBO's True Blood Season 7 Episode 7 entitled One Last TimeIt seems Hep-V cured Amber Mills (Natalie Hall) now thinks her devious sister, Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp) is a good person. I guess only time will tell – but will there be enough of it going around to save Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) and Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer)? Sookie (Anna Paquin), meanwhile, is on her own hunt for a cure – but who is the ‘unexpected resource‘ she turns to? Could it also be the ‘familiar face‘ resurfacing in Bon Temps? At least Andy (Chris Bauer) and Holly (Lauren Bowles) seem to have worked out Adilyn (Bailey Noble) and Wade (Noah Matthews) are missing – but will they be able to save them from the clutches of Violet (Karolina Wade)? And will Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll) be able to locate her fairy on the small amount of blood she ingested earlier in the season?


*NOTE: This episode has also previously been published with the title One Last Time*

Eric Northman, Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) and Mr. Gus (Will Yun Lee) close in on Sarah Newlin in Dallas. Adilyn and Wade find a temporary haven, and unexpected hospitality. Refusing to accept the inevitable, a desperate Sookie turns to unexpected resources in search of a miracle. Bill recalls the inexorable forces that led him to his marriage 170 years earlier. A familiar face resurfaces in Bon Temps. Sam (Sam Trammell) faces a quandary.

Does anyone else feel like there is too many questions and not enough time to answer it all in? Let me know your thoughts by commenting below!

Source: YouTube – True Blood Season 7: Episode #7 Preview (HBO)

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True Blood Quickie: True Blood Season 7 Episode 6 “Karma” Recap

July 28, 2014

Here’s what went down in Episode 6 (entitled Karma) of HBO’s True Blood Season 7:

  • Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) and Jessica Hamby (Deborah Ann Woll) cry over Bill Compton's (Stephen Moyer) Hep-V in HBO's True Blood Season 7 Episode 6 (entitled 'Karma')Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) is exhausted but still puts in a good fight with the Yakuza. That is, until Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) is revealed; chained and held captive. So then it’s ‘Hello, countdown to dawn.’
  • Jessica Hamby (Deborah Ann Woll) overhears Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) and finds out he has Hep-V. When Bill leaves to sort out his will, Jess calls Jason (Ryan Kwanten) for moral support. Turns out Jason is post-coital with Violet (Karolina Wydra) – see, we just knew she wouldn’t go down without a fight! Jason thinks Violet is asleep, but, oh no, she’s not. She trashes the place after he leaves.
  • Bill spends a LOT of time at his lawyers office in this episode. It seems every infected vamper wants to put their affairs in order. Bill’s dose of Hep-V is doing weird things too. It seems to be an accelerated version – oh no. But, eventually Bill gets his turn and discovers that, thanks to Governor Burrell’s (Arliss Howard) law changes before he was spectacularly beheaded by Bill in Season 6, he can’t set his affairs straight – looks like Gov. Burrell got his revenge then! In order to sort out the mess, Bill will have to adopt Jessica rather than will her his estate. This will take time though, and more than Bill has. Apparently the lawyer can fast track Bill’s court proceedings – for 10 million cool ones! So Bill tries to glamour her into submission rather than being extorted. When that doesn’t work he kills her and her vampire protector. Way to go Bill!
  • Finally we get to meet True Blood’s new bad guy, Gus (Will Yun Lee). Turns out he runs Yakanoma Corporation. These are the guys who make Tru Blood. And since Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp) infected the supply, the poor guy is broke. So he arrives with only three minutes to spare before dawn to strike up a deal with Eric and Pam. It seems he wants Sarah’s head on a spike. After Eric and Gus haggle over the fine print, Pam finally jumps in and talks some sense – right as their faces are starting to burn! A deal is finally brokered.
  • So what of Sarah Newlin? Seems she is as predictable as Pam thought, and heads straight for her sister’s house. Amber (Natalie Hall) jumps right on her and attempts to feed off her, but gets sick and passes out instead. When Amber finally comes too, the sisters have it out and Sarah fesses up to the fact there was a Hep-V antidote! YAY! *fist pumps the air* The only problem is she DRANK it, therefore making her the antidote. Yikes!
  • Andy (Chris Bauer) busts his daughter, Adilyn (Bailey Noble) in bed with Holly’s (Lauren Bowles) son, Wade (Noah Matthews). Turns into an argument between him and Holly, one which Arlene (Carrie Preston) has to sort out later on. Things go a little pear-shaped though when Holly and Andy go to talk to their kids and find out they are actually at Fort Bellefleur rather than at home. Uh-oh, I have a bad feeling about this.
  • Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) has a hangover. That doesn’t stop her brother from turning up and getting her out of bed to go and visit Jess. Once there, Jessica spills the beans about Bill and Sookie has a moment when she realizes Bill ingested her blood recently. Could she be the one who infected Bill? After a trip to the doctors and much soul searching with Jason, it turns out she might have.
  • Meanwhile, with all this soul searching, Jason realizes he needs to dump Violet and goes home to tell her right away. Only to discover how badly she has trashed the house. She has also left him a note breaking it off. Really Violet? What happened to all the ‘You are mine‘ business? Something just isn’t sitting right…
  • Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) and his Aunty Lettie Mae (Adina Porter) decide to drink James’ (Nathan Parsons) blood. Lala is doing this to disprove the visions Lettie Mae has been having. Except they totally wind up in the exact same trip and Lala is now convinced Tara (Rutina Wesley) is trying to tell them something when they wind up at her childhood home with Tara digging up the backyard. What is she looking for? We don’t find out, however, as Lettie Mae’s husband turns up to spoil their fun. In the end, Lettie Mae tells him where to go and I can feel a flashback scene coming on sometime soon…
  • Sam Merlotte (Sam Trammell) gets an ultimatum from Nicole (Jurnee Smollett-Bell). Seems she wants him to stop being the Mayor of Crazy and go live with her family instead. Wonder which option Sam will pick?
  • Remember how I thought something was up with Violet? Seems she is hankering for a taste of fairy. She has tracked down Adilyn and Wade at Fort Bellefleur and tells them about a ‘safe house’ she can take them to rather than them risking a vampire attack out there in the open. Oh crap, Adilyn.
  • Eric, Pam and Gus arrive at Amber’s house – to find she is completely healed. Oh, yeah baby!
  • Bill returns home to find Sookie and Jessica sobbing over his Hep-V.

What did you think of Episode 6 of True Blood? Let me know in the comments below!

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VIDEO: True Blood Season 7 Episode 6 (Karma) Promo Clip

July 21, 2014

Bill Has Hep-V While Pam & Eric Anticipate Their First Sunrise Together:

Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) and Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) are set to meet the sun in HBO's True Blood Season 7 Episode 6 (entitled Karma)Here’s the sneak peek clip for Episode 6 (entitled Karma) of HBO’s True Blood Season 7. It seems Bill’s (Stephen Moyer) dose of Hep-V is not behaving as it should. Meanwhile, Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) and his progeny Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) have been captured, wrapped in silver chains and are destined to meet the morning sun! Also, remember how Violet (Karolina Wydra) busted Jason (Ryan Kwanten) and Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll) getting it on, but didn’t confront them? Well it looks like the games are on now in this episode!


Sookie makes a shocking discovery; Eric and Pam forge an unlikely alliance.

Ep. 76: Preview

Source: HBO – Watch the Ep. 76 Preview

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