True or False: Bill might not be a god, but he takes care of his own.
Between the crucifixion and Pieta poses, that is some serious Jesus imagery right there.
I love the contrast between Eric and Bill, and what lengths they’ll go to for their progenies. Eric will slaughter dozens of people and encourage vampires to keep killing, but Bill will give his own life to keep Jessica and the others from burning alive. Both are baller moves, and I’m not the type of person who ever uses the term baller.
True or False: Bill is cheating death. That never ends well.
By letting Jessica’s new hippie boyfriend save his life, Bill avoided death and I can’t imagine that Lillith is going to be too pleased with that. But he also needs to have his run-in with Warlow, and I don’t think the war is even really done with all that Tru Blood out there. Plus, it’s Bill. He’s not dying anytime soon.
True or False: Steve Newlin finally got his and still made it awkward as all hell.
I really thought that Steve would be one of those characters that perpetually deserves to die but never does, but it looks like Eric had enough of his traitorous crap, because that is one crispy vampire. But at least his last words will haunt Jason Stackhouse.
True or False: Jason is such a wuss.
Meanwhile, Sarah Newlin is going to be that character that gets to live, and I’m fine with that because she has earned it with her psychotic desire to murder the vampire species in the name of Jesus.
True or False: Eric went to go have some more fun.
Where oh where is Eric off to next? I hope it’s Disney.
On the next and final episode of the season: We are owed one hell of a finale that includes more than two seconds of Warlow, who we spent the first four episodes waiting to do anything remotely interesting, and Sarah either needs to get hers or give out more than anyone has ever given. I hope it’s the latter, because Anna Camp cannot be killed off.
I want more like this!
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