WASHINGTON, June 29, 2014 – Last week left True Blood fans were on the edge of their seats, waiting for pendulum to swing back after the brutal rogue vampires attacked Belfleurs (formerly Merlottes) Bar and the Bon Temps Human / Vampire mixer.
That back swing has yet to come. We may need to wait the entire season to actually see that arc swing back.
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The bar is located in Shreveport and for some odd reason, no one thinks of looking there.
However, show teasers say we may see a familiar face at Fangtasia that just might be the last hope for the captives.
Speaking of Pam, and the missing Eric last seen doing a bit of naked sunbathing while catching up on his reading, just before catching fire, she was last seen in Morocco, where she is searching for clues to find Eric. And she does not seem to be giving up.
We find Sookie attempting, with Jason, to clean up the town from the gore, and secure the safety of those that are left.
During that cleaning, a clue as to where the rogue vampires have been leads the group to the town of Saint Alice, where Jason shows his detective skills with his “pizza” forensics theory.
Jessica is still with Adilyn Belfleur, Sheriff Andy’s fae daughter. Only Adilyn has let the hungry Jessica into the house in order to save her from the sun and a Hep-V infected vampire.
And her blood smells oh so good. Remember, in a fae induced feeding frenzy Jessica dined on Adilyn’s sisters.
Vince, who lost the mayor’s race to Sam Merlotte, is whipping the vigilantes up, and the are armed with crosses, steaks, guns. And well Bon Temps vampires just laugh at those thing.
And as all roads lead to Rome, all paths lead to Vampire Bill for Sookie, who asks “If I got myself into some serious shit would you be able to feel me?” What could she possibly be getting into now?
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