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Episode 10   'Radioactive'

 August 18 2013
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Episode 10 preview

 Sookie may have promised herself to Warlow, but that’s not who she is kissing at some point in episode 10. A sneak peek reveals that the blonde telepath will be locking lips with … Violet!

In the video Violet meets Sookie and doesn’t believe that she is really Jason’s sister. Once Sookie confirms that she is indeed Jason’s sister, Violet tells her that she’s “her sister too then”  -- and then grabs her face and starts kissing her.

Just because Sookie is kissing Violet doesn’t mean that Warlow is out of the picture. Executive producer Brian Buckner told Entertainment Weekly that the first half of the season finale will focus on Sookie and Warlow … who is a little “less patient.”...Radioactive” won’t start off with a time jump, but the second half of episode 10 will have a “significant” one, allowing the storylines to move along and merge into one. (No more separate vampire, faerie, werewolf, etc. drama -- it all becomes one!)....Where Eric flew off to may not be revealed in the “True Blood” season six finale. That being said, viewers will still feast their eyes on him (and a “certain body part”) in at least one scene in episode 10. Remember how Eric fed Jason his blood? Buckner teased EW that the scene is “sexy and provocative.”A lot may have gone on this season, but don’t forget that Jessica accidentally murdered three out of four of Andy Bellefleur’s faerie kids. Now that she’s out of the vampire camp she will definitely come face to face with the town Sheriff, and as actress Deborah Ann Woll told EW’s Sirius radio show, “I was almost certain that one of us was gonna be gone by the end of the year.”
 


Episode 9 Preview

The latest teaser promo for season 6 of True Blood has left many fans excited to see what will happen next. There are only two episodes left and fans are anxiously anticipating the penultimate episode of season six: "Life Matters."
For those who thought Walrow was dead, his appearance on the next episode will be a surprise. According to the promo video, Walrow is still alive after being found presumably dead by Bill and Sookie. And Bill still wants to use him to save Jessica and others in the camp.The video also shows a series of 'crazy' loops leave viewers expecting another explosive episode. We see Eric on the rampage, Terry's funeral and Jason in a dramatic scene with Sarah Newlin, leaving many to wonder if she will live to the season finale.The Synopsis for "Life Matters" says, "A desperate Bill (Stephen Moyer) tries to ferry Warlow (Rob Kazinsky) away from the faerie plain, but Sookie (Anna Paquin) is having none of it.""Meanwhile, Eric (Alexander SkarsgÄrd) arrives at vamp camp, looking to inflict serious human damage. In Bon Temps, friends and family take emotional turns remembering a fallen neighbor. Bill feels the pull of Lilith's (Jessica Clark) sirens."




Episode 8 Preview

True Blood’s Season 6, Episode 8 is full of decisions, the first one being Sookie’s controversial choice between Warlow and Bill. Will Sookie give up the man who claims he loves her in hopes of keeping her hands clean of hundreds of vampire deaths? While in the camps, Sarah is taking vampire extinction by the reins and making vampires chose between a rock and a hard place. Vampires have the choice of meeting their true death by the sun or through a slow and painful death by ingesting Hep V. “If anyone else doesn’t want to drink, they can join this little party,” Sarah said in the Season 6, Episode 8 promo of “Dead Meat.” Hep V is the disease that killed Eric’s sister, Nora.




Episode 7 Preview

This week episode featuring Jackson trying to talk Alcide out of pack life, Jessica’s surprise at vamp camp, and Sam’s decision to return to Bon Temps. Alcide drives Jackson back home after their trip. Despite their tumultuous relationship, Jackson tries to give his son advice. He believes that Alcide is like him and is better off living outside of a pack. Although Alcide seems troubled by his new role, he shuts down his father’s request. Back at the vampire camp Jessica is confronted by some guards. Worried, she follows them into a meeting room. There, she is surprised to find Jason dressed up in his guard gear.

Sam calls Lafayette from the road to check on the bar. Lafayette admits that all is not well and Terry has died. Sam is devastated and asks Nicole to have her parents come pick her up. Nicole is worried about Sam going back to Bon Temps. With the death of his friend, however, Sam doesn’t have much of a choice.



Episode 6 Preview
At the end of last week’s “True Blood” season 6 episode, we had a situation that clearly did not look good for Alexander Skarsgard’s character of Eric Northman: He and Pam, the very vampire that he created, were trapped in the middle of a nasty duel, one where it was all but guaranteed that one of the two vampires would end up losing their lives for good.

So does it look like either character is going to face the true death immediately? Based on the trailer that the HBO series unveiled yesterday at Comic-Con in San Diego, it looks like they are each going to survive … for now. The thing about this vampire prison that they find themselves in is that things can change in the blink of an eye, and this includes the fate for most of these characters. There is hardly any guarantee at all that they are going to be able to be living through any other torture devices that are put before them, though the publicity materials for next week’s episode confirm already that Eric will be a part of it.

The characters that are clearly in the most danger right now include Jessica, Tara, and Nora (who are also trapped in this prison), Jason Stackhouse (who is seemingly trying to save them from the outside as a member of the anti-vampire task force gone rogue), and even Bill Compton. Bill does not seem to be altogether keen on following Lilith’s every move, and when you are dealing with a vampire god, there are some pretty freakin’ awful things that can happen to you as a result.




Episode 5 Preview

True Blood Season 6 has been a whirlwind of vampires and faeries (both old and new), and this Sunday, Episode 5: “F*** the Pain Away” brings characters  together in shocking new ways.

Read on for 5 things to know about the dramatic ep, then hit the comments with your thoughts and theories about the teases.
Read spoilers 1. After Benlow proclaims his love for Sookie, someone from her past walks in and physically takes control of the situation — and you won’t see it coming.
2. A shocking almost-hook-up changes a relationship forever, and later, one half of the duo in question walks in on the aftermath of her former love’s tryst. Awkward alert!
3. More than one huge reveal about a character made us gasp out loud, and said intel may cost someone his or her life.
4. Forget everything you know about at least one person’s death — everything changes with one flashback. This new information also leaves someone’s life hanging in the balance.
5. Prepare for a Gladiator-meets-Hunger Games style battle between two people that no one wants to see die.




Episode 4 Preview
Jason has an interesting dream about Ben involving shaving cream and blood. The results of the dream leave him startled and scared!

Although Willa is let free, she sticks around to talk with Eric. Intrigued, he listens as she tells him how she despises her father’s actions. Willa claims to be on the vampires side. She also wants to know why Eric won’t let her taste his blood, saying that she believes she deserves to try it.

Andy puts his four faerie daughters to bed for the night. The trouble is they can’t sleep because they can’t stop growing! With newfound bodies, they decide to sneak out and take the town. Bill and Jessica are surprised to find four young faerie women leaving Andy’s house when they expected children.


Sookie confronts her attraction to Ben by inviting him to dinner; Eric counters Burrell’s brutal anti-vampire initiatives by hitting him where it hurts the most; Andy’s faerie daughters keep dangerous company; Bill gives Takahashi the task of synthesizing a new kind of blood.





Episode 3 Preview
In the episode, titled "You're No Good," irate over Burrell's blatant aggression towards vampires, Eric takes matters into his own hands. After dangerously testing the limits of his powers, Bill enlists a TruBlood innovator to synthesize a new type of blood - but has difficulty finding the right donor.

 Sookie begins to learn why Warlow is after her. Sam receives unexpected help from Nicole and her Vampire Unity Society (V.U.S.) associates. Steve Newlin (Michael McMillian) finds his past ideals turning into a current nightmare.




Episode 2 Preview
In True Blood Season 6, episode 2: "The Sun," Bill Compton (aka Billith) is on a quest to understand himself, his new powers, and the mysterious presence that is Lilith. She wants him to be her successor and whatever that is, we're thinking it's probably not going to be a good thing.

"It is beginning," Lilith tells Bill while they both stand in a halo of sunshine. "I don't understand," Bill replies, squinting in the sun. "You must complete my work," Lilith says ominously.

The other True Blood vampires, who aren't possessed of new godlike powers to protect them, are at the mercy of Governor Truman Burrell and his war against all things vampires. Tara has been felled by some strange new weapon that has her screaming in pain as Pam holds her hand. "Oh my god, Jesus, it's burning!" Tara yells out while she writhes in pain and Pam looks like she's seriously freaking out.

Eric Northman, dressed in the worse clothing with the worst hair we've ever seen, is surrounded by guys in military-style SWAT gear with nasty anti-vampire weapons. We just want to know what the hell Eric is doing that he needs to wear a bad tie. "The humans are fighting back," a voiceover proclaims in what we think is Eric's sister Nora's voice. Eric, bloody and back in his trademark black, says  if "the humans want war, then we'll give them war..." We're liking this fierce bad ass Eric way better than dorky, nerd, tie-wearing Eric!
Meanwhile, over at Bill and Jessica's house, poor Jess is having screaming nightmares about her blood 'daddy'. Probably not helped by his actual screaming, or at least that's what it sounds like. As the camera hovers over Bill/Billith's slack face covered in blood tears, Jessica cries out, "Bill, I need you to come back to me, Bill!"






Episode 1

Over the past several weeks, there have been all sorts of teasers, photos, and videos released all about the sixth season of “True Blood.” However, we’re actually at the point now where it is pretty much time to just shove all of that away, and focus on the fact that the series is almost back on HBO with the season premiere!
We’re not going to dive any deeper than tomorrow’s episode here, mostly because there’s plenty of time to sink your fangs into everything else down the road. Instead, let’s start things off by just detailing a few small things about “Who Are You, Really,” which is the episode that should push forward everything else that happens in the coming months.





1. Death comes knocking – No, this is not the death that will shake up the very fabric of the show. But this is still a major death nonetheless, and it happens within the first ten minutes of the episode.
2. New carries arrive across the board – You’ve already seen a sneak peek of Sookie Stackhouse meeting a new (but very important) new character. But what comes next? How about Jason Stackhouse doing something similar? The only difference is that he is not meeting a possible love interest.
3. Bill has an identity crisis – Sure, Bill is now a super-powerful vampire god with the blood of Lilith within him. But was does that really mean, and how will he use it? Don’t assume that Bill is going to spend the premiere running around killing everyone.

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