WASHINGTON, August 3, 2014 – Four episodes remain in the seventh and final season of the hit HBO series, and tonight episode 7, “May Be The Last Time” will ratchet the tension up.
Last week’s episode Karma has Pam and Eric looking for Sarah Newlin and finding her miracoulsy cured sister Amber who had Hep V. The antidote to Hep V is Sarah Newlin.
It promises to not be great for them, but we can hope they survive.
Episode 7 official synopses is:
Eric and Pam will continue their search for Sarah Newlin – except with a new ally. After a close encounter with the sun in episode 6, Eric and Pam agreed to team up with Mr. Gus, the North American President of the corporation behind the synthetic blood, TruBlood.
Like the Fangtasia owners, Mr. Gus has been affected by Sarah’s hep-V antics at Governor Burrell’s vamp camp. And while Mr. Gus wants revenge, he agrees to let Eric kill Sarah … if he could get her body.
But how will their plan change when they discover that Sarah’s blood is the cure to Hep-V?
As Eric, Pam and Mr. Gus close in on the former blonde and new Buddhist, things will continue to get out of control in Bon Temps. Adilyn and Wade will “find a temporary haven” and “unexpected hospitality” as they attempt to avoid their parents and explore their love.
But as “True Blood” fans know, danger threatens to awaken at any moment with a love scorned Violet is in their presence. Will Violet take out her hatred for Jason and Jessica on Adilyn? Or will Jessica be able to stop the crazy vampire in time?
There are also hints that Hoyt may be returning to Bon Temps.
Enjoy the promo video and join us for tonight’s chat, 9:00pm Eastern and join in as we sit on the edge of our seats waiting to find if Eric and Bill will find Sarah Newlin and be cured of the Hep V virus while Sookie is off looking for her own cure to save Bill.
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