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!

Synopsis:

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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True Blood Season 7: More Synopses Revealed!

June 12, 2014

True Blood’s Episodes 3- 6:

Anna Paquin stars as Sookie Stackhouse in HBO's True Blood Season 7With less than two weeks until the premiere of HBO’s True Blood Season 7, fans are scrambling for any information possible on how this, the final season, will pan out. SpoilerTV is, as always, ever so helpful in this department and have released the following details about the synopses for Episodes 3 through to 6:

Episode 7.03 – Fire in the Hole

Sookie hatches a dangerous plan; Pam looks to motivate Eric.

Episode 7.04 – Sick of Goodbyes

Sookie enlists a band of vampires and humans to track down the H-Vamps.

Episode 7.05 – Return to Oz

Sookie hosts a mainstreaming party; Eric and Pam head to Dallas for a fundraiser.

Episode 7.06 – Karma

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

So it looks like fans will get to find out how Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) escapes his extreme suntanning experiment from as early as Episode 2 since it seems Eric and Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) are certainly reunited by Episode 3.

What is even more intriguing though is why are they heading to Dallas? And who would they possibly be joining up with that would be considered an ‘unlikely alliance‘?

Meanwhile, it seems Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) is as busy as usual this season; what with mainstreaming parties, vamps to track down and shocking discoveries to be made.

So, what are your thoughts on True Blood Season 7? Have these synopses changed your perception on how Season 7 will unfold? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: SpoilerTV – True Blood – Episodes 7.03 – 7.06 – Synopsis

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MEMES: True Blood Season 6 – Episode 6 Quotable Quotes

July 24, 2013

TB Quotes HeaderHBO’s True Blood Season 6, Episode 6, entitled Don’t You Feel Me? was once again filled to the brim with quotable quotes, one GIF and some horribly sad bits – which one is your fave?

And is it just me, or is Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) stealing the show with all his one-liners this season?

TB S06E06 4 quotes ~Lafayette

TB S06E06 quotes ~ Jason Stackhouse

TB S06E06 8 quotes ~ Sookie Stackhouse

TB S06E06 9 quotes ~ Eric Northman

TB S06E06 12 quotes ~ Jason Stackhouse

TB S06E06 7 quotes ~ Terry Bellefleur

Source: Rachel Tsoumbakos – MEMES: True Blood Season 6 – Episode 6 #TBQuotes

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HBO lets us see Inside the Episode for True Blood: Season 6 Episode 6

July 24, 2013

So many big moments in this episode” says Howard Deutch (director Episode 6):

R.I.P to True Blood's Terry Bellefleur (played by Todd Lowe)

HBO’s Inside the Episode this week follows the last day of Terry Bellefleur in True Blood Season 6, Episode 6, entitled Don’t You Feel Me? And yes, we know its his last day because of what was set in motion by him in Episode 5. What Daniel Kenneth (writer) and Howard Deutch (director) wanted to do was to make it as ‘normal’ as possible.

We see him die, not with the pain of the war still furrowing his brow, but a loving embrace, a smile, a kiss, and a light heart is how he finishes his time on True Blood

Daniel Kenneth says,

“We wanted to give the audience that feeling of what ‘happy Terry’ is like. Show how much he loved his family, loved Arlene, and ultimately he dies happy”.

Also, Bill shows us in this episode just what he is made of. The writer had this to say,

“What was really fun about that scene was that all of his powers are on display, His skin can’t be penetrated, he can walk in the day, everything he can do is on display in that one scene!”

Deutch, who directed the show said,

“I’ve never directed a scene like that, I’m proud of it, I think it’s terrifying but also woven in there’s a lot of human moments because ultimately these are two people whose children are gone. “

Finally we see Sookie accepting that Warlow is not what she thought he was, the demons of her past have shifted face, and she has confronted them maturely. Things heat up with Ben/Warlow, as Deutch describes,

“It’s kind of like when you’re in the ocean and you feel the undertow, and it’s a riptide. You know you’re not supposed to get near that, but sometimes you can’t help it!”

Call it chemistry or fate, but it’s a new direction that Sookie has to consider, the fairy vampire hybrid that she fears, may be her ultimate reality. In the mean-time, she decides to loose herself to the moment and go with what feels good, and Ben, well, he doesn’t really complain does he!

You can watch the full Inside the Episode interview below:

Ep. 66: Inside the Episode

Source: HBO – Inside the Scene

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True Blood Quickie: True Blood Season 6 Episode 6 “Dont You Feel Me?” Recap

July 23, 2013

Todd Lowe stars as Terry Bellefleur in HBO's True Blood Season 6, Episode 6, entitled 'Don't You Feel Me?'So we got to finally witness the death we have been anxiously awaiting since Brian Buckner announced it earlier this year. HBO’s True Blood Season 6, Episode 6, entitled Don’t You Feel Me? certainly hit hard as a result. Although not quite as hard as HBO did with it’s other great juggernaut program, Game of Thrones. Which is just fine, because I don’t think I could have coped with another red wedding episode this year…

What went down:

  • So Billith (Stephen Moyer) hears Sookie’s (Anna Paquin) pain and sends Ben (Robert Kazinsky) to fix it. Which is really convenient because it gives Sookie a chance to whisk him away to fairyland (where he is safe from Billith & Lilith’s clutches) and then proceed to have her wicked way with him.
  • Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) survives this episode, so there goes my prediction down the gurgler!
  • Sookie tells her daddy to go to hellKristin Bauer van Bauer stars as Pam in HBO's True Blood Season 6, Episode 6, entitled 'Don't You Feel Me?'
  • Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) and Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) kill a couple of security guards, rather than each other
  • Steve Newlin (Michael McMillian) is a spineless bitch!
  • Billith realises that his vision is now a reality and seeks Lilith (Jessica Clark) out to whine about it ask for her counsel. Lilith calls him on his ‘poor me’ issues and tells him to back off and fix his own problems
  • Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) gets fast-tracked into the LAVTF. Which goes well until Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp) enters the room and it gets all awkward ex-lover…
  • Jason dons his hardly ever worn ‘smart cap‘ and calls Sarah on being the set of balls running Vamp Camp. Can anyone say ‘blackmail’? Of course Sarah doesn’t blackmail very well, so she calls in Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll) to screw a vampire named James (Luke Grimes) in front of Jason.
  • Sam Merlotte (Sam Trammell) gives up Emma (Chloe Noelle) to her grandmother (Dale Dickey) – well that’s a story line done and dusted! Now if they could just hurry up and do something interesting with Alcide’s (Joe Manganiello) story I’d be a bit happier…
  • Ben asks Sookie to tie him to a tree in fairyland so he can’t drain her when night falls. Who knew fairies read 50 Shades of Grey?
  • Andy Bellefleur’s (Chris Bauer) fairy baby gets a name: Adeline Braelyn Charlaine Danica. So it’s out with 1 2 3 4 and in with A B C D…
  • Lafayette calls Terry on his suicidal tendencies, which, in reality, is probably what gets Terry killed. Thanks to Lala calling Arlene (Carrie Preston) and then Holly (Lauren Bowles) getting involved, a vampire is called in to erase all of Terry’s bad memories and voila! Terry is R.I.P. Which makes it more tragic; he is finally happy yet he had no idea to contact Justin first and tell him the deal is now off
  • Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) and Governor Burrell (Arliss Howard) have parenting issues. As a result, Nora cops a dose of Hepatitis V – the same thing that is going into every single bottle of Tru Blood!Amelia Rose Blaire stars as Willa Burrell in HBO's True Blood Season 6, Episode 6, entitled 'Don't You Feel Me?'
  • Willa (Amelia Rose Blair) convinces her daddy to put her in general population with the other vamps.
  • At the same time, Billith drinks fairy blood and walks in the light – wonder how long before it wears off? Then Eric and Nora (Lucy Griffiths) are left in a room together – so of COURSE they escape thanks to Willa and glamour 101. It looks like the vampires are taking back Vamp Camp! *fist pumps the air*
  • Governor Burrell loses his head! Well done to Billith for manning up and doing the deed – oh, and for inventing suicide dominoes…
  • It appears that when things get jiggy with fairies, their neither regions glow. Oh my!

Governor Burrell (Arliss Howard) loses his head in HBO's True Blood Season 6, Episode 6, entitled 'Don't You Feel Me?'

So what did you think of Episode 6, Don’t You Feel Me?

Source: Rachel Tsoumbakos – IN A NUTSHELL: True Blood Season 6, Episode 6 Recap

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VIDEO: True Blood Season 6 Episode 6 Sneak Peek #SaveTheVamps

July 18, 2013

Jason Stackhouse Joins the LAVTF in Order to SAVE Vampires:

Ryan Kwanten stars as Jason Stackhouse in HBO's True Blood Season 6Every Truebies favorite bumble brain, Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) has recently realised that he isn’t anti-vampire and is now trying to save his fangy friends by joining the LAVTF in HBO’s True Blood Season 6, Episode 6, entitled Don’t You Feel Me?

Watch this sneak peek into Episode 6 and find out just how Jason manages to get himself fast-tracked into the LAVTF.

Oh, and he even manages to invent a new word!

Source: YouTube – True Blood S6E6 new recruit

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True Blood Season 6 Episode 6 ‘Don’t You Feel Me?’ Synopsis Released

July 18, 2013

The Plot Thickens:

Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) and Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) battle it out in HBO's True Blood Season 6, Episode 6, entitled 'Don;t You Feel Me?'Fans of HBO’s True Blood Season 6 are biting their nails as they await the episode in which one of their True Blood favorites dies. Is this the episode in which it will occur? HBO has released the official synopsis:

Bill (Stephen Moyer) decides to seek out Lillith (Jessica Clark) for advice on handling the escalating human-vampire crisis. Eric (Alexander Skarsgård), Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten), Nora (Lucy Griffiths), Jason (Ryan Kwanten) and Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll) get up-close-and-personal looks at the perverse perils of Vamp Camp. Sam (Sam Trammell) comes to a decision he hopes will be in Emma’s (Chloe Noelle) best interest. Andy (Chris Bauer) gives his faerie daughter a name, or two or three or four. Arlene (Carrie Preston) has a solution to Terry’s (Todd Lowe) malaise, and Eric makes a startling discovery.

So Andy finally names one of his fairy kids and everyone else appears to be in peril? What’s new for True Blood! Although the fact that Eric Northman makes a startling discovery has me completely intrigued. And why did they let Jason Stackhouse into Vamp Camp so quickly? What do you think will happen in this week’s episode? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: HBO.com – True Blood Season 6 Episode 6 ‘Don’t You Feel Me?’ Synopsis

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True Blood Season 6: Who Will Die? Top 10 List

July 17, 2013

TrueBloodNet’s Season 6 Predictions:

HBO's True Blood: Season 6 promo posterThe hottest question in relation to HBO’s True Blood Season 6 at the moment is ‘Who’s going to die?’ This is quite often followed up with ‘When are they going to die?’ Considering the fact that Episode 7 was originally titled The Funeral, many people are predicting we will lose someone dear to the True Blood family this Sunday (July 21st).

There have been plenty of rumors – so what’s fact and what’s fiction? Certainly nothing can be set in stone as fact when it comes to the rumor mill, but there can be some educated assumptions that can be made based on what has been said by the cast and crew of True Blood surrounding this imminent death.

While Brian Buckner confirmed before the season started that there will be the death of a major character in True Blood Season 6, it is still open to debate over how major that character will be. Lauren Bowles (who plays Holly Cleary) has stated that it will NOT be Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), Chris Bauer let it slip on premiere night that it could possibly be a human that bites the dust.

These two snippets of information have not been confirmed or denied by HBO, yet the fact that they came from True Blood cast, suggest there may be some truth to it. Although, once again, based on that assumption, Rutger Hauer should be Warlow and not Ben (Robert Kazinsky)!

Also, it’s probably safe to assume that Ben, Niall (Rutger Hauer), Governor Burrell (Arliss Howard) or any of the cast that joined True Blood in Season 6, will not die since these characters cannot be considered major characters yet. And in the case of Governor Burrell, he’s the bad guy and will, no doubt, die anyway. So, to be safe, my list will be broken up into two lists: Vampires vs. Humans

Top 5: Humans

Nelsan Ellis stars as Lafayette Reynolds in HBO's True Blood Season 6

  1. Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis).  Poor Lafayette ended Episode 5, F*ck the Pain Away, in quite a predicament, having been possessed by the ghost of Sookie’s dead father, and attempting to finish off drowning Sookie rather than have her marry Ben. I can certainly see either Ben or Bill coming to Sookie’s aid and killing Lafayette before realising he’d been possessed.
  2. Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten). Ryan Kwanten was one of the first people to speak out about the upcoming death in True Blood Season 6 – and this ALWAYS makes me twitchy! This is also why Joe Manganiello, Todd Lowe and Chris Bauer make the list. Fans tend to connect emotionally to the actors who speak about such big announcements  – was that HBO’s intention when allowing these actors to talk about it?  Add into the mix the fact that Anna Camp (Sarah Newlin) recently commented that she’s “had sad read-throughs” and the only person I could imagine she would have feelings for is Jason. Jason’s decision to join the LAVTF is certainly a way to put his life at risk as well.
  3. Ginger (Tara Buck). While not really considered a major character, Ginger has been with us through the entire True Blood journey and many would argue has quite a cult following, being affectionately being refered to as ‘Ginger the Screamer’. Currently, her location is unknown to the audience after she tried delaying tactics for Eric so he could escape the Governor’s clutches. While Ginger has made the list, I would be disappointed if HBO took the soft option of killing off a recurring character rather than a major one.Chris Bauer stars as Andy Bellefleur in HBO True Blood Season 6
  4. Andy Bellefleur (Chris Bauer). We’ve seen a bit of Andy this season haven’t we? He’s got quite a storyline happening and people seem to be interviewing him left right and center. Are HBO pushing Chris Bauer into the spotlight to make us care more about his character before killing him off? Oh, and wasn’t his obligation to Maurella to raise at least TWO fairy children to adulthood? While technically he did, the fae kingdom (if there is anyone left) may see differently.
  5. Terry Bellefleur (Todd Lowe). So Terry wants to die – seems like a good way to kill off a character. Especially if something happens to him that makes him want to live but is then unable to contact his hitman, Justin…

Top 5: Vampires/Supernaturals

  1. Tara Thornton (Rutina Wesley). So lots of people have voiced their opinion over the ages about how annoying they find Tara. This would be another soft option (in my opinion), but certainly a plausible one considering that Tara is now stuck in Vamp Camp and determined to save her maker – will she pay the ultimate price for love?Stephen Moyer stars as Bill/Billith in HBO's True Blood Season 6
  2. Bill/Billith (Stephen Moyer). Once again we are presented with a character that draws polar opinions and now that Bill has become Bilith, public opinion appears to be more anti-Bill than ever. Also, Billith is also now considered one of the baddies, and we all know what happens to the bad guys in True Blood
  3. Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten). So Pam and Eric are trapped in a room – Gladiator-style – with nothing but a couple of stakes to set them free. Could Pam finally meet the true death?
  4. Alcide Herveaux (Joe Manganiello)In True Blood Season 6, Alcide has gone from the kind but girlfriend-challenged werewolf to nasty alpha-male over night. Many fans are either hating him for changing so dramatically or starting to worry because it is now putting him very close to the ‘bad guy’ category. Many fans are also finding the werewolf/shifter storyline quite boring this year, which could put the life of Alcide in jeopardy.
  5. Alexander Skarsgard stars as Eric Northman in HBO's True Blood Season 6Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard). With all the rumors flying earlier in the year about Eric being the major character death, I have added his name to the list, but I really doubt HBO would go the full Monty and kill off their most enthusiastic fan base. Or would they? Afterall, this is the same network that bought us Game of Thrones and the gut-wrenching red wedding episode…

So, what do you think Truebies? Who do you think will meet their maker in True Blood’s Season 6? Let us know in the comments below!

Sources: SpoilerTV.com – True Blood – Episode 6.07 – Title and casting info

Today.com – ’True Blood’ stars: ‘Lots of tears’ over upcoming ‘major’ death

EW.com – Lauren Bowles previews ‘True Blood’ season 6: The bloodiest season yet and the major death that made everyone cry

YouTube – True Blood Season 6 Live From the Set

Wetpaint.com – True Blood Spoilers: Will Eric Northman Die? Alexander Skarsgard Implies Death

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Details of Season 6, Episode 6 of HBO’s True Blood Announced

April 4, 2013

We Have a Name and a Guest Role to Reveal:

HBO's True Blood Black Promo PosterJust a quick note to let all you Truebies know that Episode 6 of Season 6 of HBO’s True Blood will be entitled “Don’t You Feel Me”. According to SpoilerTV, this episode still requires an actor to play ‘a nice, gay male vampire’ for a guest starring role.

Think you have what it takes to be a cast member of True Blood? Let us know if you apply in the comments below.

Source: SpoilerTV – True Blood – Episode 6.06 – Title Revealed and Role being cast

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True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 “Hopeless” Recap

July 17, 2012

Fairies vs. Vampires?

Jason, Sookie and Hadley in Espisode 6 of HBO's True BloodIt seems Russell Edgington still has the support of the werewolves in Episode 6 of HBO’s True Blood. We start this week with Alcide being dragged away by weres and Sookie having to use her microwave fingers on Russell. Eric takes this opportunity to make Russell’s death final. Bill threatens to stake him as a result – he’d rather use Russell as a negotiating tool for their lives rather than get revenge. The Authority arrives just in the nick of time and prevents any further discussion on the matter.

I must say, it’s nice to have Russell back. His maniacal rants are a delight! Needless to say, the Authority are not at all impressed with him. Not to mention the fact that the clean up with the humans gets incredibly messy — but did we ever expect them to come out of this alive? At least they agree to Sookie and Alcide being glamoured. Cheeky Eric, though, makes it unbelievably hard for Alcide to pursue Sookie any more. Bet that won’t go down well with Sookie.

After the opening credits, we find the bitch fight from hell — Jessica and Tara in an epic battle at Fangtasia. Luckily Pam is on hand to break things up, but a little praise wouldn’t go astray, that’s for sure. It doesn’t look like Jess and Tara will be the besties that we first thought. Poor Hoyt finds himself thinking that Jessica still has feelings for him as a result and it’s sad to see his downward spiral after they talk; you almost wish Jessica would glamour him happy.

Thankfully, Luna and Sam managed to survive being shot since we find them in the Emergency Room. Luna’s daughter has made her way to her grandma’s house. This scene feels like a weird take on Little Red Riding Hood — I feel like Jessica should be in this scene. It provides a headache for Luna later on though when her daughter is returned to her by the dreaded mother-in-law. They do manage to come to a compromise though. I hope Luna doesn’t regret her decision later on.

While Alcide can’t seem to work out where he is and Sookie is all crying in the car with him, Bill and Eric’s lives still hang in the balance. Bill hedges his bets and publicly states that he is leaving it up to Lilith to decide his fate. Eric, however, is not pandering to the ways of the Guardian and the Authority. By this stage you are wondering how much time Eric has left on the series with blatant displays of defiance like this. Meanwhile, Alcide is still trying to work out what page he’s on. He’s having confusing images of Sookie and him in the throes of passion, but the recoil for her is also apparent. Sookie manages to help him remember his true memories.

So what about Terry and Patrick? We know they escaped last week, but how are they faring? Seems Terry is not about to follow Patrick into what he considers certain death. I’m not so sure how Terry will get out of this mess, but he desperately tries to keep Arlene out of his curse by breaking all ties with her and the children. Poor Arlene, at this point she thinks Terry is off his meds and she’s just been dumped by another loser. I hope she has the chance to realise how good a guy he really is.

Next we find Lafayette with his mother. And she certainly knows more than we first thought. Turns out she’s not so crazy after all. Not only can she understand what Jesus is saying, but she has been able to see spirits for a long time. Somehow I get the feeling that Lafayette’s mother will play a bigger role in this season than ever before.

Jason is now trying to draw Sookie into his anti-vampire sentiment. He admits their parents were killed by vampires and leads her to the field where the fairy party was held. Sookie can hear all the voices of fairyland around her and somehow manages to find the doorway from the real world which leads to the land of fae. Is anyone else finding fairyland a fusion of a Baz Lurmann movie and a red hot Jason Gilkison ballroom routine? Either way, it sure seems like a great place to be.

Claude makes another appearance and introduces Sookie to all his sisters. Hadley is still there and tries desperately to get Sookie to stay. Claude explains that he is no longer affiliated with Queen Mab and this secret place is separated from the rest of fairyland. Can anyone smell a fairy battle coming on?

Hadley also elaborates on how Sookie and Jason’s parents were killed — seems the vampires were sniffing out Sookie’s blood and her parents were just collateral damage. Sookie gets upset and uses her magic microwave hands on Claude — it turns out that a lot of other people seem to have the same magic here!

Sam and Andy strike up an unusual partnership. He offers to help Andy find the shifter-haters by scenting them out. What an awesome spin off show this would make, it would be like MacGyver meets Inspector Rex! They end up at the local camping-come-vampire-hunting store. The owner looks edgy when Sam enters the store — does he know Sam is a shifter? And if he does, how? Before we can find out, Sam has shot him with a crossbow and saved Andy’s life in the process.

Alcide has had enough of the weres sucking up to Russell Edgington and decides to run for the role of pack master — even if there already is a new leader. Were-lore states that he can do this but he must have a second to back him up. Surprisingly he finds one within the pack.

Finally, we find out Bill and Eric’s fate. Thankfully, the dreaded iStakes are removed and we no longer have to live in fear of a twitchy finger. It gives Eric another chance to speak his true mind about his beliefs. He also announces he wants to see his sister, Nora. Roman agrees, so long as Eric is present for the execution of Russell. This announcement seems to shock Eric. How tight is he with Russell, I wonder? Eric agrees and Roman orders Salome to silver Russell again as well as putting an iStake on him before the execution — apparently he doesn’t want to get his hands dirty.

We return briefly to Hoyt. It seems he is still taking his break up with Jessica pretty harshly. A random vampire is sucking him dry! Before we can lament his possible demise, a truck appears filled with masked vampire-haters. They quickly dispatch with the vampire and drag Hoyt to safety. Are these the same people that are shooting at shifters? I think so.

Eric gets his visit with Nora. He finds her praying to Lilith, she is relieved that Russell is going to be executed. It seems Eric has a revelation of his own in this scene, but we have little time to ponder this thought as we are quickly brought to Russell babbling about how much he loves to drink humans. Roman gets sick of this pretty quickly and his trigger finger hits the iStake button.

If the trigger worked, Russell would be dead right now.

It seems that Russell isn’t as doped out on silver as we were first led to believe. And why didn’t the iStake work? Was he even wearing one? Anyway, Russell leaps at the opportunity and stabs the Guardian. Roman’s face distorts and there is blood spatter — is he really dead? Salome seems to think so, since she is crying tears of blood. Nora also thinks so since the last shot of the episode is of her thanking Lilith.

Is Roman really dead? How come the iStake didn’t work? Any other things that made no sense in this episode that you would like to discuss? Let us know in the comment section below.

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