Category Archives: True Blood
This has been a weekend of beginnings and endings here at Biff Bam Pop!. Last night we saw the series eight premiere of “Doctor Who” with a brand new actor in the title role, and tonight, we’re looking at the end of “True Blood,” yes, the final episode of the series is here at last. Meet me after the jump, for my review of the hopefully appropriately titled “Thank You.”
After this, there’s only one episode left, and it’s all coming to a bloody end. Will Sam leave Bon Temps? Will Hoyt and Jason live happily ever after with dozens of unspoken secrets between them? Can Eric ever keep a promise? Will Bill and Sookie be together or apart as “True Blood” begins to close the coffin for the last time? And will someone die tonight? Maybe we’ll find out, maybe not just yet. Check out my review of “Love Is to Die” after the jump.
Only two more episodes of “True Blood” to go after tonight’s, so it’s almost time for the viewers to steel themselves for the inevitable, and time for our favorite characters to make desperate last moves in their television lives. Eric, Sookie, and Bill are all just about at death’s door, while Lafayette and Lettie Mae are trying to dig their way under that same door, and Violet plots her revenge. What’s next? Find out after the jump for my review of “Almost Home.”
As we roll to end of the “True Blood” series, there are many questions. Is Sarah Newlin the cure to Hep-V? Is Lettie Mae really crazy, or us Tara sending her messages from beyond? Is the final stage of Hep-V irrational violence? Will Sookie and Bill die happily ever after? Will Violet eat the step-sibling teen lovers? And when will Mr. Gus’ accent cease to be amusing? Perhaps we’ll find out in my review of “May Be the Last Time,” after the jump.
We’re more than halfway through the final season of “True Blood,” and it seems like old times, as nothing is as it seems. Bill has somehow contracted Hep-V just as he and Sookie are getting along again. Interviews with the cast at this weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con reveal some interesting tidbits. Over and above folks stealing Anna Paquin’s underwear from the set and selling them online, the word is that not everyone is going to get a happy ending in this season. Could Bill be next on the death list? Check out my review of “Karma” after the jump.
In the aftermath of last episode‘s final showdown with the H-vamps at Fangtasia, Eric continues his quest to destroy Sarah Newlin before meeting his own death. He releases Willa and spurns Ginger to get what he wants, but will the Yokahoma Corporation get to her before our favorite Viking? Hopefully the answer, and my thoughts on “Lost Cause,” after the jump.
This episode’s title might have interesting meaning after last week’s unceremonious death of Joe Manganiello’s Alcide, and then again it might not. The showrunners on HBO’s “True Blood” have promised at least one character death in each episode of its final season, and so far they’ve kept that promise, even if Alcide was shamefully and almost criminally underused before being escorted off to oblivion last week. What happens next? Check out my review of “Death Is Not The End,” after the jump.
Battle lines are once again being drawn in this, the final season of “True Blood.” As Team Sookie, Team Vince, and the H-Vamps circle each other like metaphorical rumbling hoods, this episode we see the return of Sarah Newlin, and find out what’s been going on with Eric finally. And in the midst of all this, will we lose yet another cast member or two to the grim reaper? Even on its last legs, the series continues to surprise, check out my review of “Fire in the Hole” after the jump.
The first episode of the final season of “True Blood” certainly set up some interesting situations. Vampires are matched with humans in Bon Temps to protect each other from the Hep-V vampires. Sookie has chosen to take sides other than her usual, against vamps, and with her hometown that hates her more than a little. And what is up with Eric? Is he alive? And what will Pam find in her search for him? Find out after the jump in my review of this week’s episode “I Found You.”
The opening episode of the final season of HBO’s “True Blood” is here. We begin with a bang and a special episode directed by Vampire Bill Compton himself – Stephen Moyer. So if you’re ready, and have perused last season’s recaps, and read my show primer earlier this week, meet me after the jump for my review of “Jesus Gonna Be Here.”