I think it's really interesting. I'm not sure why people hate it so much. Perhaps it's because it hits to close to home on some level.
c'mon seriously? dexter final season was a pretty disappointing ending but wasn't a bad season, just cause it didnt end how you wanted, or have a happy ending didnt make it a whole bad season, and it had pretty emotional parts...true blood is just a horrible final season from the start, main characters dying in such undramatic ways n such, tara gettin killed offscreen by who knows what, n alcede gettin killed by noob stray bullets or whatever, i can't even remember it was so retarded, main characters shouldn't be gettin killed off in such stupid ways, that weren't even emotional, well done deaths at all, or even awesome kick ass deaths, just quick kill offs, n now it's just become a pity party, with every1 acting all sad, but theres no feeling behind it imo, they could have done so much better
No, Dexter's final season was fucking terrible, not just the finale. It managed to make me not care about Dexter or Debra, and continued on that horribe Hannah romance that made no sense to begin with. There has been retarded shit on this season of True Blood, but nothing has reached the level of retardedness as Harrison falling off the treadmill. True Blood killed off two non-important characters in undramatic ways, Dexter killed one of it's most important characters in a stupid way.
loved th episode ... Lydia got more than five minutes of screen time, thank god. Also the relationships between Scott & Derek and Scott & Liam are so important. I’M JUST GOING TO IGNORE THE FACT THAT THERE WAS A FRICKING STALIA KISS IN THAT PROMO AND ACT LIKE THEY BROKE UP AND NEVER GOT BACK TOGETHER AGAIN!!!
Tatiana Maslany plays 7 different characters and gets paid less an episode than the cast of the Big Bang Theory and other shows where people play 1 character....that is insane
Yeah, and to be honest, Kaley Cuoco can't act.
I don't know if you guys remember but in one of the final episodes back in season 3 the sheriff and Parrish were talking in the station and the sheriff asked why Parrish left his last station, he replied "I don't know, I felt drawn to this place." Back then I started suspecting that he might be supernatural, because Deaton said that the sacrifice that Stiles, Allisson and Scott made would draw supernaturals. Totally called that one! :D
I might remember wrong, but didn't they promise - before the season even started - there would not only be a lot of blood but also a great threat (the HepV Vamps)? A lot of significant deaths? Don't get me wrong, I don't want a show that's nothing more than action and fighting. But this season was 'True Blood on morphine'... though I loved everything Jessica, Pam, Lafayette, Eric, the death and afterlife of Tara (and Lattie Mae's involvement) was absolutely annoying and Sookie's new found love for Bill (whom she despised last season's finale, which was within the show just a few days ago) is totally unbelievable.
Do Chris O'Hara and Leight Raines agree with you Matt? Do you really think it's worse than the 6th and 8th season of Dexter?
Nick L Lopez - I actually agree with Matt. This has been the worst season ever....It feels like an over-enthusiastic fan took over the reins and its his take on True Blood giving each character a send off. Feckin horrible, and I used to love True Blood. They should have ended in after Season 6 itself.....
I agree it's been the worst season of True Blood, but not the worst season of TV ever, or the worst final season. I still think Dexter's 6th season is the worst ever, and Dexter's 8th is the worst final season. It's been taken over by a moron who thinks that getting back to the roots of the show is by bringing Bill and Sookie back together.
" It's been taken over by a moron who thinks that getting back to the roots of the show is by bringing Bill and Sookie back together." Amen to that! The only way it can redeem itself is if Eric just staked Bill, called him a pussy and ended the madness.
I like that ending, but it won't happen, because we like it. I've enjoyed just about anything from Eric and Pam this season, but everybody else just seems intolerable, especially Bill and Sookie. Unfortunately, this idiot showrunner thinks that the reason the show was a big success was because of this romance, and that's just not the case.
It's bad, but I still enjoy few, few things. Didn't like anything from Dexter, so Dexter still has that title for me. The treadmill scene from Dexter's final season is still the worst thing ever.
PS. That was blood not a tear and the perfect resolution would be if Parrish turned around and blew Merediths brains out at the beginning of the next episode. Then they can resolve all the other characters developments - Derek, Liam, Parrish, Peter, etc.
I agree that the Meredith thing left me a little at a loss. But the whole Parrish thing was a real mind blower. Of course Ryan Kelly has the hottest website (the man is ripped) and I have loved him since "Prayers for Bobby". I also liked the "music" twist and that the gay guy saved the day (love his friendship with Liam). I am sorry but the after show is so lame or maybe I am too old - vapid guests who I have no idea who they are. However the review also reflects my own thoughts about the episode. Still a good show.
Did you see jeff davis and jill wagner's face when cole guessed parish was a phoenix. They were like "omg dude" "you just ruined it". They need better poker faces
I watch the after show only for the very beginning when they "discuss what just happened," which is where the DJ dude had that very good theory (and I had just disparaged his presence in my mind -- whoops!) and then I fast forward to the extended scene promo from the next episode and then the trailer for it since they force me to record it to see the darn previews now. Argh!
I agree with you about the after show. They barely spend any time talking about the episode - it's filled with multiple fairly boring segments and plugs for other shows. I wish they'd copy The Talking Dead format (or even The Hills version)...just talk about the episode for the full half hour with honest opinions; really get into the details instead of asking superficial questions. I love a good after show; this just isn't one of them.
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