Terry was always a little nuts, but we hoped he'd get better with Arlene's influence. Instead, an old war buddy showed up, called upon his to atone together for past sins and he ultimately paid for someone to kill him so he could leave money to Arlene. Weird.
Sophie-Anne was in debt, had to marry Russel Eddington and was even jailed briefly. Thinking bygones were bygones, she went to Bill's only to be challenged to a duel she didn't take quite seriously enough. Whoopsie!
Eddington was like a cat with 9 lives. He kept being killed or almost so but only when he was high on Faerie blood did he get caught. He was almost saved by the Fae blood, but Eric's stake ended his thousand years of waiting for vengeance.
Nan Flanagan was a bitch. As the face of the American Vampire League she was probably the best known vampire in the U.S. That didn't stop Bill staking her for threatening to "out" Sookie's fae lineage.
What a character! First Newlin was married, anti-vampire and running a camp for fellow believers. He was turned and a new face of the American Vampire League, but his ex never followed suit. He wound falling "in love" with Jason, so much so those were his last words as he met death by sunlight thanks to Eric -- a death Sarah watched stunned at his last words so that she screamed in anger. Fun stuff!
Molly was working with the Vampire Authority and created the iStake -- a wonderful contraption that didn't work. They have her time to fix her mistake and Bill later uses it on her when she refuses to worship Lilith.
Truman got himself caught up with Sarah Newlin and that's never a good thing. His daughter Willa was turned into a vamp; first he supported her and then turned on her. While questioning Truman about Vamp Camp, Bill bit off his head. Good riddance to bad government.
Thinking Tommy was Sam (shifter brothers!), the wolves beat him senseless for interfering in pack biz, but he shifted back to himself mid-maul. He refused V to save his life, and let Sam know how much it meant to finally have the brother he grew up without.
Let's be honest, this was another of those plots that just didn't work. An annoying witch trying to kill our heroes? I think not. In a bizarre SWAT-like standoff (with Vamps as SWAT) Marnie was thankfully put out of her misery. Abandoned by her followers and viewers.