If I had to describe last Sunday's True Blood season finale in just one word it would have to be: Bloodbath.
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.
In a universe where vampires roast rather than glimmer in the day time sunlight isn't an option. Being pulled into the light might be fine for a twihard like Rob Pattinson or a day-walking Wesley Snipes, but Bon Temps' vamps have to develop a silver fetish if they don't want to be Louisiana BBQ.
With this episode, "I Wish I Was the Moon", True Blood gets to the half-way point for this summer series fourth season.
In this week's True Blood episode, "Me and the Devil", it didn't have that usually shock and awe humour this Sunday night series is normally known for. Rather it seemed like it was more of a bridging episode, with strong religious over tones, than a regular standalone episode.
Looking for a little excitement on your Sunday nights? Just wait until the sun goes down and the blood starts to flow.