True Blood Season 2 Spoilers: More Plot Tidbits

August 27, 2009 by  

queen-sophie-anne-episode-11SPOILER ALERT!  DO NOT READ ANY FURTHER IF DO NOT WANT TO KNOW!  Ok you have been warned.  With only 2 episodes left in season 2 of Alan Ball‘s highly successful HBO TV vampire series True Blood, you would think there would no more spoilers to give out.  Well it seems we are wrong as various cast members from the show shared some spoiler information about what we will be see in the remaining two episodes and answered some questions.  Recently they spoke with Jennifer Godwin from E!Online at the Nylon Magazine Party where they provided some insider information.

Nelsan Ellis (Lafayette Reynold) revealed some interesting information about the radiating light that appeared from Sookie‘s hand:

“Well, I read the books, so I think she’s part fairy. That was her fairy power.” According to Rutina Wesley (Tara Thornton), “[Sookie‘s power] is a funky little thing,” but she also tells us the show won’t answer that question for certain any time in season two.”

When asked who is going to help Sam Merlotte (Sam Trammell) out of trouble, Tara Buck, who plays Fangtasia waitress Ginger said:

“We’ve got Sam (Sam Trammell) running from Maryann (Michelle Forbes), and he may actually…” Tara wants to keep her job, so she couldn’t tell us everything, but we have it good authority that he may actually seek refuge with Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgård) and Pam (Kristin Bauer) at Fangtasia in Shreveport, La.”

Many people are asking what is going to happen with Maryann and her character.  Well it appears that “Maryann will be vanquished, but no one character will  single-handedly takes her out, but rather it will be a group effort by all of the good guys.”

Carrie Preston (Arlene Fowler) was asked if Arlene and Terry are going to stay together. She said:

“When you’re possessed on the show, the next day, you don’t remember. So they can start over—like a reset, a reboot. I think Arlene is constantly searching for the perfect man, and maybe he’s going to be the one. I don’t know.”

In regards to Tara and Eggs‘ relationship issues,  Rutina said that Tara does have feeling for Eggs because she has opened up to him so much, which may actually be the first she has ever done so with anyone in a relationship. The only problem is will she be able to get him away from Maryann‘s clutches.

This Sunday we will see, for the first time, Evan Rachel Wood as Queen Sophie-Anne and we will discover that the Queen is hooked up with Sookie‘s cousin, Hadley Hale (Lindsey Haun).

So get prepared for the mind-blowing episodes left in season 2 by tuning in on Sundays at 9pm EDT on HBO for some True Blood.

SOURCE: E!Online.com

(Photo credit:  HBO Inc.)

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  • Kara G

    I think AB has done an excellent job thus far with the exception of the Queen’s part. I don’t think the actress is on the same playing field as the other actors and I just think it should have been someone more natural and described in the books. Evan Rachel Wood does nothing for me, I don’t even think she is a great talent. Thumbs down here. 🙁 I am truly disappointed with this choice. There is a reason she lost out to Kirsten Dunst in “Interview with a Vampire” , she just doesn’t have it!

  • Voice of Reason

    I have read ALL the books and love Charlaine Harris’ stories and characters. That being said, Alan Ball has done an excellent job bringing the characters to the screen which makes me love Trueblood just as much. The changes he has made to the story so far have been perfect as far as I’m concerned. I believe all the actors play the characters dead on and as for the love triangle between Sookie, Bill and Eric, there is more to Eric than evil and Bill is not just an innocent romantic either so… may the best vampire win!

  • rotten12334

    Sookie is going to save the town more then we think, you rememeber when Bill bit Maryanne, and her blood turned black, and made him puke. When sookie touched her face, that light was good, and it will be the destruction of Maryanne, The Queen already knows Sookie because of her cousin, so she will know what Sookie is capable of doing.

  • Loleaf

    I agree with Nelsan Ellis that Sookie is channeling her fairy powers. Fairies smell sweet, Lorena told Bill that he smelled sweet. Also, in season 1 ep 3 Liam said that Sookie smelled fu**in sweet and looked all enthralled with her. Also, we can’t forget in s1 ep1 when Sookie threw the chain at Mack Rattray that chain wrapped around his neck and tightened by itself. But… that’s just my opinion!!!

  • TreasureCoast

    I’m the opposite Louise, I saw TB and have now read all 9 books and have fallen in love with them. I think Eric is great and I now believe he is the one for Sookie 🙂 IMO, AB has “adopted/borrowed” the books and has the rights to do as he pleases, but I dont agree with changing the the fiber of the characters. I find the world that CH created fascinating so I’m hoping he will respect that. She made those “babies” and helped them grow with such motherly love that I see them through her eyes. AB has made changes/additions to TB that are funny/interesting, so I’m waiting to see where he’s taking the characters and how will they evolve before my final verdict on TB.

    • pbartteacher

      So true.

  • pbartteacher

    HBO continues to create a roller coaster ride for the citizens of Bon Temps. The addition of Evan Rachel Wood/Queen Sophie-Anne is a welcome addition. I think she is exactly what I had imagined for the Queen. We will have to wait and see what happen with the plot lines on True Blood. Alan Ball took a good series of novels and fleshed out the characters and tweeked the plot lines into a winning combination for both viewers and HBO. I know that I and many other viewers are anxious awaiting our favorite vampire, Eric. Looks like he will have a pivotal part in Maryann’s destruction and ever growing presence in Season 3. Team Eric is very happy!

    • Val

      You can say that again!

    • Kara G

      do you write for this website? you always seem to post so properly? lol. I don’t like that actress for the Queen and I can’t believe someone after reading the books didn’t like the books. I don’t know how you see Bill and sookie being together? eric was the one always to her rescue. I don’t see sookie and bill destined together. he is a quiet, weak vampire in the books and was lying to her the minute he met her? at least what you see is what you get with eric, right up front.

      • pbartteacher

        Charlaine Harris gave Alan Ball such a rich mixture of characters and possible plot lines with her Southern Vampire Series. Mr. Ball has taken those structures and only enhanced and enriched them even further. My hope is that True Blood will in part take the basic plot lines from the book and augment them further while keeping the basic flavor of Harris’ writing. I liked the entire series of novels.

        All of the actors on this series, were chosen with great care and I believe as you do that they are perfect in their roles. The entire ensemble works so well together and that translates on to the screen in to our living rooms weekly.

        I totally agree with you about the character of Eric. As Alexander Skarsgard has stated in many interviews he is not just the bad ass. This season we are seeing the many layers of Eric come to fruition. Loyal, caring, loving, humorous but also dangerous, devious and a whole helping of sexy, gorgeous and handsome. It makes for interesting television. If his character was written exactly as Bill, it would not be half as interesting. True Blood needs that contrast in its characters. Thank goodness, we are now seeing Eric more and more in the series. It has been a long wait but well worth it.

        I believe your post is actually for the person above my post but I could be wrong. Thank you for the compliment about my posts. I try to represent myself in a responsible and reasonable manner.

        Anxiously awaiting Evan Rachel Wood and her appearance as the Queen of Louisiana. Alan Ball chose her for the part and I have complete confidence in his choices.

        My “V-ddiction” needs another fix. Two days until the next installment of our favorite vampire series. Congratulations to True Blood, HBO and especially Alan Ball for making it all come true.

  • i love the series but was somewhat diappointed with the books i am glad hbo made some changes. bill and sookie are destine to be together . because eric is tall blood and a handsome viking ,does not change the fact he is still evil and just wants what he can not have . however bill also very handsome has true feelings of love ,kindness and the chemistry between sookie and bill is on fire. hbo do not spoil a great team of sookie and bill.