Eleven down and one more to go, True Blood ramps up the stacks in this season's second last episode of the year. As always the series is in typical finale form and every main, minor, and obscure character start crossing paths toward the inevitable bloody conclusion the show is known for.
Being the third last episode of the season "Gone, Gone, Gone" was a surprisingly quite episode. The main stories all progressed throughout, yet the whole thing seemed to play out in slow-mo.
Nine episodes in and three to go True Blood already seems to be concluding some of their many multiple storylines.
Still coming down from his vampire style ecstasy trip from last week Bill (Stephen Moyer) has to sober up so he can get behind the camera.
There are normal episodes, there are obscure episodes, there are zany episodes, and then there are "what the hell is going on?" episodes.
A quiet evening watching the folks in Bon Temp as True Blood's adventurous side takes a Sunday night off from their bread and butter 'blood & sex' routine, to have another plot prepping episode.
The best way to slow things down after last week's official introduction of 'The Authority' is do what True Blood does best, random sex scenes. And lots of them.
The bloody Bon Temp supernatural soap opera is back again for another season. True Blood opens their fifth year with a season premiere episode that had almost more story-lines than characters to fill them.
On the cusp of True Blood's fourth season finale the side story-lines get a much needed reprieve in this second last episode of the year, just so that all hell could break loose.
With the vampire BBQ now over and sun down the Louisiana King goes on damage control after the town's newest centuries old wrathful necromancer's genocide spell. In the aftermath of Antonia's spell Jessica is saved by Jason and then later breaks it off with Hoyt to push both of them away.