Last week’s episode of True Blood season 5 was a bloody tripped out mess. All the vampires basically got super drunk on some ancient vampire blood then things got super trippy. It involved karaoke and a visit from the beloved maker, Godric. And of course, the major reveal or revelation from last week’s episode of True Blood season 5 is Lilith is here!
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The vampire goddess rose from a pool of blood to greet her loyal subjects. Most of the vampires were mesmerized, but then they went back to eat those pesky humans.
According to Nora and Salome, Lilth wants the vampires to take control of the humans. Though many were skeptical in the beginning, the minute they tasted her blood, they were all on board. After a visit from the spirit Godric, Eric was the only one to snap out of it and question it. From obvious history, we know not to trust anything as ancient as a goddess on supernatural shows. The Bon Temp residents should have learned by now too. Do they not remember the last four years, at all!
As the True Blood season 5 episode trailer showed, there will be some more focus on Terry and his fire demon, some Jessica, & Hoyt stuff, supernatural haters drama, and even some more focus on Sam, Luna, Alcide storylines. But the main action will focus on the Authority, Bill & Eric, and Lilth’s Resurrection. And the other major focus is Sookie and Jason’s vampire killed their parents, and Sookie’s faerie drama.
Can we take a moment and enjoy the Rev. Steve and Russell moment? Could they be the new vampire couple? I’d ship that.
Sookie and her drama! The evolution of Jason on True Blood season 5 has been nice this season, but we’ll see where the writers are going with this new vampires killed their parents storyline. I kind of have a feeling if Russell didn’t kill them, Bill might have killed Sookie’s parents, just to drive a complete knife in the heart of the Bill and Sookie supporters (aka me). But for now, we have no clue who killed Sookie and Jason’s parents, but with the help of the faeries, Sookie may find out.
Suspicious…..am I the only one that doesn’t completely trust these faeries and thinks it might be a trick to completely turn Sookie against vampires? Because I don’t know….a war is coming between vampires and humans!
So on a scale of one to ten how much do you think Bill is the killer of Sookie’s parents? I’d vote a five for now…..Bill’s maker, Lorena, might also be the culprit.
Do you trust the faeries? And do you believe vampires really killed Jason and Sookie’s parents?
And how annoyed are you with all the supporting characters storylines? And who’s do you find most annoying? Andy’s storyline is my pick for most unnecessary storyline this season. Tara and Pam’s storyline is actually interesting. Hoyt and Jessica’s has potential. The rest can stop. Please, stop.
This episode also marks the directorial debut of Stephen Moyer.
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