I beg your forgiveness, Collectors. I’ve been remiss in my updates on the final season of True Blood. We bloggers took a break, and then there was GISHWHES, but, truthfully, I’ve found myself without things to say about the middle episodes of the seventh season.
Not so anymore.
The finale approaches, and while I had hoped to see one of my favorite shows be efficiently and logically wrapped up in precise and poignant writing, it seems that it’s not meant to be. This is not to say, however, that there are not things that I like about this season. I love that LaFayette has a new love interest. I like the references to story lines in earlier seasons that were never wrapped up, like Jason’s issues with Hoyt or Jessica’s binge-eating of Andy’s fairy daughters. There are some…
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Welcome back, Truebies. We have two episodes left after tonight’s roller coaster ride. Loose ends are still…loose. Last week we saw Sookie reunite with Bill. That left everyone talking. But the big revelation was Ashley Hinshaw as Hoyt’s girlfriend. That news took the world by storm. Pity that she only has four episodes with us. It would be fun to see what Hoyt has been up to in Alaska. And frankly, I’d love to see some more Steve Newlin. That was even more fun.
At any rate, onto tonight’s episode.
Mr. Gus and his men have Sarah surrounded. She’s still having visions of Jason, who tells her to let the truth in. Sarah decides that death is the answer. She hurries outside and Eric captures her. Sarah begs for death so that she can be reborn as the Princess of Peace. Pam is afraid that Eric will renege on their…
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