Last Sunday’s episode of True Blood delivered a confrontation we’ve all been patiently waiting for, then abruptly and frankly prematurely ended it… albeit with Russell spewing one of this best lines yet. Sorry Roman; we hardly knew ya before you exploded into a pile of bloody goo.
With Roman out of the picture, Bill and Eric have a new lease on life. They also now have access to the sacred blood kept at the Vampire Authority and, according to HBO’s synopsis for tonight episode ‘In the Beginning,’ will take a taste. The door is slowly opening to what I believe will be the reveal of the first vampire Lilith, either as an all-new character or someone we have already met.
It turns out the reckless shapeshifter killers know Hoyt and upon killing a vampire that was sucking on him, toss him in their van. These fellas could turn out to provide Hoyt with some much needed friendship. Or, they could be nothing more than a target for Sam to hunt down and kill.
Poor Sookie is starting to wonder what life might be like without her faerie powers. That faerie burlesque club and its inhabitants are up to no good, I tell you.
Back at Fangtasia, Tara gets an unexpected visit from Lettie Mae. Two crazies coming together is usually good for some fireworks. With Jesus’s head making an unexpected appearance, Lafayette will set out to find the rest of his dead lover’s body.
Enjoy a few clips from ‘In the Beginning’ below, and check out the new episode of True Blood tonight on HBO at 9/8c.