Niall's appearance proved to be insignificant after this episode. He was simply banished. Killing him off would have been better, but sparing him does prove once more that Warlow is not all bad. Unless Niall reappears, his storyline- if that - was insignificant.
However, this episode is one of the best TBs i have ever watched .
Ben is Warlow, DUH. Everybody could see the fae hands of Warlow as he was crossing the portal in the very beginning of the second episode. It is exactly how fae hands look like, I am surprised how nobody noted this !
I don't understand why everybody is so afraid of Warlow. When he says Sookie is " his" , it does not mean he wants to kill her whatsoever. It might in fact mean that he just wants her to be his companion. After 5000 years, and him being a part fae, he understands more about both fairies and vampires than others. So I really think Warlow could have a less negative, and even constructive role in the season. The story lines are getting more complex, and more intertwined. I expect Warlow/Ben to either be summoned by Lilith who will end up recruiting all the vampires against the government - this should put an end to Bill's bad image as perceived by most vampires and most importantly by Eric and his "dynasty".
I agree that this can never be Warlow. Some light particles ( blue , as far i can tell ) appeared as soon as he disappeared in the car. The light made me assume he is a fairy, or least and definitely not a vampire. Also, it makes sense he is related to Jason and Sookie. Warlow is only connected to Sookie and he might sense her, if that, and definitely not Jason. While a fairy godfather could sense both of them, no ? Furthermore, the letters on the pact started sparkling, which suggests that the dude is related to the pact, and Earl Stackhouse particularly.
i can't believe i have to wait 9 months ! it's not pregnancy for God's sake !!
Grade: After watching the bonus scene, i give it a grade " A ". before watching it, i thought it deserved " B ". The scene left us with more teasers and was the only one related to the story of Warlo. Nora knowing Warlo means Eric knows him as well, and logically many other vampires. So now we know that many are involved in the Warlo story: Nora, Eric (maybe also the Authority - or what was known as- ) , many other vampires (Bill unlikely for his youth - if he's still considered a vampire for that matter), fairies and Sookie/Jason. Three sides that are never okay with each other... in the same plot, while it was only obvious in the past episodes that only fairies are involved.
This combined with the final scene really makes it easy for me to say it's an A. I am looking forward to two major plots: that of Warlo and that of Bill, two plots I can't imagine but intertwining in the most interesting ways that True Blood has been famous for.
Favorite scene: had to be Russel dying. Clearly, the writers were fed up with his former invincibility and the very brief time it took for them to take him down really shows how insignificant he has become. I wanted him dead, in Season 3 but better late than never
Andy's kids: there should be some correlation with the Merlotte's menu seeing as they were delivered in the corresponding delivery boxes and covered with the costume lol
Tara and Pam: I always foresaw it and actually mentioned it once in the forum here. It was just evident for me and I was neutral because it was bound to happen .
Bill drinking the blood: Actually, i was too naive and I believed he was really into Salome and wanted to praise her as the chosen one. For me, he was letting go of his mission and the divine order for her sake, and this is consistent for me because I thought he was really into her. It's very intriguing when he reappears, but good lord ! i can't believe i have to wait 9 months ! it's not pregnancy for God's sake !!
Grade: After watching the bonus scene, i give it a grade " A ". before watching it, i thought it deserved " B ". The scene left us with more teasers and was the only one related to the story of Warlo. Nora knowing Warlo means Eric knows him as well, and logically many other vampires. This should be interesting for Sookie and Jason. This combined with the final scene really makes it easy for me to say it's an A. I am looking forward to two major plots: that of Warlo and that of Bill, two plots I can't imagine but intertwining.
Tara's line " You owe Pam " is hilarious. she keeps reminding Sookie of what she has done to her. how does Sookie know that Nora is Eric's sister ? did i miss something from the previous episodes? they never met, Sookie and Nora, did they ?
that's an interesting observation ! if you're implying that Warlo is actually sacred among the fairy community, i think you are mistaken otherwise Claudine wouldn't have " flashed " him. The structure of the club could be just an insinuation of safety from vampires.
I'd really like to know your feedback about my idea concerning Warlo. do you agree that he could be the one who kills Russel because Sookie was meant to be his , and as we know from this status, we know that a vampire would not let any other vampire get near their human right ? I really tend to believe that Warlo is a good guy !! lol
At least we can tell that Sookie managed to leave the fairy house, changed her clothes and did her hair. that's good news i am assuming, and i tend to believe that none of the other fairies have been killed - at least not until the scenes revealed by the pictures.
The blood on Eric is definitely not human blood. There are scattered spots on his cheek, which means that he staked a vampire, and not killed a human ( it's known that a vampire blood is scattered randomly and not just in one location when they meet the true death due).
I can't say anything about Bill's picture. I tend to think that Eric kills Salome to save Bill and this is implied by the vampire blood on his cheek. In case Russel is dead, it's definitely NOT by Eric nor Bill. I really tend to think it's Warlow because " Sookie is his " and would not let Russel do anything to her.
Based on that, " She is mine " definitely means that Warlow not even hurt Sookie and could actually protect her ( I am almost certain and convinced of that )...against who, though ? maybe Russel, as speculated by the trailer
6. I have a feeling the grandmother and Luna would die. Emma might even die, but definitely not Sam. Nigel will be killed by Luna or the grandmother. Russel and Nora will die as well, but I think Salome will stay alive...however, whomever survives in the finale may not survive in the premier of the upcoming season. We might have hints about who could die, and the opposite turns out to be true when the next season starts.
3. Most definitely Pam. Her quotes are better and more sarcastic because they address others and not only revolve around her self-admiration.
4. Alcide's scene was not hot in particular, but if i had to compare it to Nora and Eric's scene, I would choose Alcide, only because the making up part was more of a romantic and Godric induced triumph over the authority and Nora's deviation.
5. I don't think Warlow is anybody we know, and I think he will still be there in season 6. I have some ideas about him:
first, he may not be a bad guy after all. he only sought Sookie because she was promised to him. " You are mine " is a famous vampire line used by every single vampire who has his own human as a companion and not who kills humans. We have many examples of vampire-human couples based on this line. Sookie and Bill, then Sookie and Eric, then both of these couples; the queen and Hadley, and so on... Based on that, " She is mine " definitely means that Warlow not even hurt Sookie and could actually protect her ( I am almost certain and convinced of that )...against who, though ? maybe Russel, as speculated by the trailer
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