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I bet Eric Will get rescued from Pam Tara and Jessica Will help In order to save Bill's troubled mind.
What if the other subs and Sookie join forces also In order to defeat the Authority ruled by Salome and her speed acid Blood ?
I also hope the writers get back to the books story:
Season 6 fairies war ? Since they killed the Stachouse parents to start with. And of course Eric back with Sookie since Bill does not deserve her anymore !
Who is going to die In the final épisodes ?
My first guess : the usual season's guests That would be Salome for sure and maybe Nora. I agree That there is no more story line left for Hoyt.
Who remembers That Bill betrayed Eric already at the end season 3 After a nice hand shake by sending him with Russell deep In ciment ? This guy is a born liar and a traitor to Sookie to Queen Sophie Anne etc etc
How is Eric getting out of this mess and who Will come to help him
I just watched the "inside the episode" for this episode and they sure are acting like Bill is converted...so unless they're playing a long con on us...
1) Although it's pretty vile, it really ought to be vial, spelling-wise.
2) Sweetie was last seen being loaded into a police car, not dead--which is a shame.
3) What's with all the wolves lining up for a V fix?? I would have expected some genuine wolf pack pride within the group, but maybe that's what we need Alcide's dad for--and that seemingly out-of-context flashback was setting up the rise of pack power.
4) As for Lilith and Salome, enough! Salome is a one-expression, one-note wonder. Someone stake her for me, please!
dumb dumb dumb
so the finale is going to be a WAR between al the supernaturals, I like that werewolfs, Shape-shifter and I guess fairies(all the Claudes with Sookie) against the vampires, well, Russel Edginton
I hope and kick his old ass for kidnap at Emma, poor Martha why the heck she not ran away when she saw at Russel there
at the ends will be all the supernaturals of BON TEMPS with help of the Godric family(Eric,Pam and Tara)and the magic powers of Lala against the corrup vamp authority with Russel in the head
I hope and all the fairies kill that bitch of Russel
Back to Bill for a minute...
I primary reason I don't buy Bill's descent is because in the quiet moments he doesn't seem to have the fever of a true believer.
Maybe he's still converting and his betrayal of Eric is the first in a line of actions which will take him down that path further.
Eric even confronted him with "what about Sookie" and Bill couldn't answer so he obviously isn't THAT into it.
@Chris / @SperoMeliora:
I think SperoMeliora is on to something with Salome's blood. We were supposed to think Bill was going to collect it for Eric and their escape, but yes, he tripped out on it again, saw Lilith, and when he looked at it...there definitely seemed to be some sort of realization.
Couple that with Nora telling Eric she converted after sampling Lilith's blood, well sounds more like they're addicts than true believers.
There would be a lot more Christians if the Body and the Blood made you trip balls and see Jesus hanging out with Santa Claus... ;)
But what does it signify?
Is it Salome's blood in the vile? Is she actually Lilith?
Did Salome spike the blood in the vile? Did she do the same to her own blood?
Was Bill's hallucination not really related to her blood at all but just a by-product of the vile?
Or perhaps by drinking the vile all of their blood is now like that...and anyone biting Bill, Eric, Salome, etc will spread the "faith"...
When the spirit told Terry to do the right thing, I really thought the spirit was expecting forgiveness instead of blowing Patrick away. Silly me. I was all confused about "the right thing."
Although my resolve is weakening, I still think Bill is going deep undercover. If he's not, if he really is a convert, then either Stephen Moyer needs to do a better job of acting or the writers need to a better job of giving Bill real motivation.
Of course, True Blood isn't Shakespeare, sometimes the acting is spotty and character motivations serve the plot and not the other way around.
(forgive my multiple posts...someone get a tech guy to fix the comment posting length problems!)
Will they call upon Alcide for help? Will Martha be on Sam and Luna's side? I kinda don't think this will be wrapped up at season's end.
I kinda think Jessica and Jason will get back on track. Hoyt will be grateful to Jason for saving him.
The new "sheriff" of Area 5 ......I didn't see that coming. And I don't remember seeing anything saying Eric had been removed from that position-I guess I missed it. I think Pam can handle herself and she won't lose her bar.
I'm still not very happy with this season as a whole for the simple fact it's went SO WAY FAR OFF from the books. Yes, I know, it would be boring if it went word for word with the books BUT, I just don't feel it should have went as far off as it has. No Quinn, No the witch(can't remember her name) that lived with Sookie, and more.....
Maybe Bill really did realize that Lillith's blood is actually Salome's, which is why he betrayed Eric. Maybe he needs Eric's help revealing that to the counsel.
Bill turning in Eric really surprised me. I thought the scenne with Bill in Salome in bed had revealed that Bill realised that Lillith's blood was actually Salome's. I hope little Emma stays safe while in Russell's "custody". I could feel Emma's grandmother's fears and regrets. Before this season is over that wolf pack will be Alcide's, I wonder if his father will join the pack then too.
@Boxy I seriously doubt that is going to happen with only 2 or 3 episodes left.
Bill has always been the weak link, but like most, I'm having a hard time reading just what the hell he is doing. He's always been emotional about being a vampire and that they can get along with humans. So I don't understand why now all of the sudden he's supposedly changed.
I'm not liking this Lilith crap and it's so far off from the books it's not funny. Yes, I know you can't stay with the books word for word, but damn, you don't have to get THIS far off!!!!
I don't feel the Alcide flashback really added anything to this episode. I am also disappointed that we didn't get more of Sookie's quest to find the vampire that killed her parents.
I am glad that the Terry/Arlene "smoke monster" thing is OVER. It was adding absolutely nothing to the main story or the show AT ALL.
So now it seems Russell has started a war with shifters and wolves by kidnapping Emma. What will Sam and Luna do? Will the
This episode was okay. I wonder if anyone has picked up on the mystery of Lilith's blood. When Bill drank Salome's blood he started to hallucinate about Lilith again and got a certain look on his face, like he had figured something out. I think the blood in the vial that they have been drinking is actually Salome's blood. Why it causes them to hallucinate, I have no idea. It could get dangerous for Salome because Eric's sister only became a Lilith freak after drinking what she thought was Lilith's blood. If she and the other council members find out that they have been conned, Salome's house of cards will come tumbling down. Thank goodness the Ifrit storyline is over. Love Pam, and the new sheriff looks Goth hot. Hope he stays a while.
contd: that pure politics would have been much more interesting than what apparently boils down to head vampires getting stupid high and behaving like idiots who've never heard the word 'sustainable survival' in their lives)
On a side note, loving Russell Edgington - gotten a royal pardon by pretending to believe in the 'God is vampire' bullshit, and gone right back to the life he'd had before cement tomb. Also liking the way they're starting to tie in vampire and werewolf/shifter stories together (even though Martha's presence in that barn, with a shifted Emma(the heck? Why was she the only wolf in the group, when everyone else was human? Aside from it easing Russell's access to her, of course) is also extremely stupid on her part). Hopefully, they'll connect the fairies too, whittle down the main cast roster (waaaaay too many characters) and bring us a great season finale.
While I'm enjoying TB in general, one of the pet peeves I've had with it for a while now is the idiocy they write for Eric's character. I mean, the guy's a THOUSAND years old! In S3 he said that vampires can only trust their progenies! Yet now he trusts BILL COMPTON??? Over PAM??? And what kind of stupid behavior was that, not planning for a possibility that Bill would betray him, after showing doubts about Bill's behavior in the previous episode? Honestly, it's a surprise Eric has survived this long. One of the things he's been very consistent about was protecting himself and his, first and foremost. Knowing Bill's instability when it comes to convictions and emotions about vampirism, it's not too surprising if he's truly turned to 'the Lilith worshiping'. Eric, as someone who's lived for this long, should have seen the signs that something's not right and known not to put all his eggs in one basket, in this case in the belief that he and Bill have the same goals. (I have to agree tha
Sorry, they lost me with serving up babies and kidnapping children....not sure I will watch anymore if this is the ongoing storyline
I really am not liking the direction that this show is going. Weak story line with the vampire authority. None of the real characters from the books are represented. I do like the tara/ pam dialogue from last night. Arlene has risen as a woman driven to protect her family..When she held the gun to guys head, i was waiting for her to say, "Dont move Dirtbag!", LOL from Police acedemy.
I think the show should start getting back on track and drawing more from the books. Eric and Bill were never best buds, but you knew Eric loved Sookie, and that Bill did as well through the whole series. In the past episodes..none of that represented. Eric never cheated on Sookie, now the story line with Alcide and Sookie was dead on, but they never hooked up, always left you wanting more from them that never happens. HBO needs to get back to the books. I dont like what is going on.
Bill is just like Louis from the Anne Rice Novels. He has no moral center his entire sense of worth is dependent upon his emotions especially his guilt. Horrible things happen when this character archetype's guilt is released.
Louis and Bill are initially very relatable to people new to vampire stories, but soon you realize that these characters are nothing but constant whiners, the type of people that lose hope, join cults and shoot up schools. That is why I have grow to love Lestat and Eric, even though it was easy to hate them at first, they have a strong sense of self and won't be swayed by the winds of change.
I actually liked the Alcide flashbacks i think its setting a path for Alcide to truly embrace his wolf and become a powerful packmaster. Child kidnapping is never something i like to watch and the fact the pack did nothing while they took her and even holding back Martha just shows how crap they all are.
I still think Bill will be helping Eric escape. Cause its not like they can kill Eric off
I am a bit thrilled by this episode's ending and the fact there are only two more episodes left.
Hope to see some real and serious authority ass kicking in the finale.
I don't get it - Fangtasia was owned by Eric and now by Pam. That has nothing to do with the job as a Sheriff! And yet the new guy (though I still think he looks like a girl) acts as if Fangtasia is his now. So he's just arrogant and ignorant or what?!
I don't get either why the hell Martha didn't run the second she saw Russel giving his blood away. After all she said to J.D. about blooddrinking she just sits and waits instead of getting away with Emma?
Happy that Terry's storyline came to an end :-) But I have to agree with those who say that the Lilith part isn't working for them.
Still not sure what to think of this season. Too many things aren't working for me.
What just happened in that episode? First of all Hoyt cant die by being eaten by pigs that's so underwhelming. Second that arse of a new sheriff cant do that to Pam, I don't know if im on my own but I am ready to shoot him with one of those fancy bullets. What are they going to do with the Emma storyline? Luna and Sam will just get themselves killed and Eric/Bill doesn't know her so they cant save her. Lala was on top form again tonight but I must admit him charging people is pissing me off. So I hated Bill before but now, how can he actually get any worse? I also really hope they don't kill the tech girl she is so cute!!
Also what is going to happen to Alcide?
I have to say the heroes of this episode for me were definitely Jason,Sam,Pam and Eric.
Go Luna & Go Arlene!!! Momma's standing up for their families!!! Loved how Tara rushed over to Pam when the new Sheriff threw her across the bar!!
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