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True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 It was great to seeTara dealing with her new vampiric abilities, and this episode gave us a sense like never before what it’s actually like to be a vampire. With so many story threads revolving around her transformation; Debbie’s death and the subsequent investigation, Sookie andLafayette’s guilt over their actions, Pam’s flashbacks, the series feels more like earlier seasons with the stories intertwining around each other rather than disparate story threads that don’t really effect one another. Lets hope this season manages to keep this up!





It was great to seeTara’s story take a darker turn as her loathing of what she has become boils over, and it was nice to see her go to Sam for help, I always liked their relationship and it was nice to see this revisited. Sookie and Lafayette have had little to do thus far other than chase after Tara so it was also good to see a little bit more from both of them here; with Sookie confessing to Alcide about murdering Debbie and Lafayette’s demonic side adding a little kick to his gumbo, Bleach a la mode, mmmm! Pam is also slowly coming to terms with her role as a maker, giving us more of an insight to wild west past. This is fun in itself but it was an added treat getting to see Eric and Bill’s first encounter.





True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 Speaking of which, back at the Vampire Authority Bill and Eric are being seduced by Chancellor Salome in the Authority’s latest attempt to ply them for information, but frankly it felt more like stalling the thrust of the story for thrusts of a different sort; nothing really wrong with that, in fact it wouldn’t be True Blood without it, but it served little to move the story forward; we get more about mainstreaming and the oppositions facing this, and the Authority are still sceptical of Bill and Eric, nothing new here, in fact the only new development is the appointment of Steve Newlin as the new public figurehead for the Authority, frankly this didn’t gel for me! Yeah, its great to see more of the not so good Reverend but its hard to believe that at such a crucial time the Authority would put someone like this as their representative.





As I said before most of the other storylines are left to the side-lines this episode; with nothing of real note from the wolf pack and Terry merely saying his goodbye’s to Arlene. It’s Jason we see the most of out of them all as we he encounters a school teacher who seduced him back in the day, it gets Jason lamenting his way’s and ready to repent, again! This is the third or fourth time we’ve gone down this road with Jason, and it probably wont be the last . The other big downer’s from this episode as usual come from the side players, until I watched this episode I never realised how



True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 badly I didn’t want to see Hoyt in guyliner and a mesh top, or Sheriff Andy’s ass. Seriously, just no! Still these are minor gripes, this is still the best episode the season has had to offer up yet.







True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 It was great to seeTara dealing with her new vampiric abilities, and this episode gave us a sense like never before what it’s actually like to be a vampire. With so many story threads revolving around her transformation; Debbie’s death and the subsequent investigation, Sookie andLafayette’s guilt over their actions, Pam’s flashbacks, the series feels more like earlier seasons with the stories intertwining around each other rather than disparate story threads that don’t really effect one another. Lets hope this season manages to keep this up!





It was great to seeTara’s story take a darker turn as her loathing of what she has become boils over, and it was nice to see her go to Sam for help, I always liked their relationship and it was nice to see this revisited. Sookie and Lafayette have had little to do thus far other than chase after Tara so it was also good to see a little bit more from both of them here; with Sookie confessing to Alcide about murdering Debbie and Lafayette’s demonic side adding a little kick to his gumbo, Bleach a la mode, mmmm! Pam is also slowly coming to terms with her role as a maker, giving us more of an insight to wild west past. This is fun in itself but it was an added treat getting to see Eric and Bill’s first encounter.





True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 Speaking of which, back at the Vampire Authority Bill and Eric are being seduced by Chancellor Salome in the Authority’s latest attempt to ply them for information, but frankly it felt more like stalling the thrust of the story for thrusts of a different sort; nothing really wrong with that, in fact it wouldn’t be True Blood without it, but it served little to move the story forward; we get more about mainstreaming and the oppositions facing this, and the Authority are still sceptical of Bill and Eric, nothing new here, in fact the only new development is the appointment of Steve Newlin as the new public figurehead for the Authority, frankly this didn’t gel for me! Yeah, its great to see more of the not so good Reverend but its hard to believe that at such a crucial time the Authority would put someone like this as their representative.





As I said before most of the other storylines are left to the side-lines this episode; with nothing of real note from the wolf pack and Terry merely saying his goodbye’s to Arlene. It’s Jason we see the most of out of them all as we he encounters a school teacher who seduced him back in the day, it gets Jason lamenting his way’s and ready to repent, again! This is the third or fourth time we’ve gone down this road with Jason, and it probably wont be the last . The other big downer’s from this episode as usual come from the side players, until I watched this episode I never realised how



True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 badly I didn’t want to see Hoyt in guyliner and a mesh top, or Sheriff Andy’s ass. Seriously, just no! Still these are minor gripes, this is still the best episode the season has had to offer up yet.



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True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 It was great to seeTara dealing with her new vampiric abilities, and this episode gave us a sense like never before what it’s actually like to be a vampire. With so many story threads revolving around her transformation; Debbie’s death and the subsequent investigation, Sookie andLafayette’s guilt over their actions, Pam’s flashbacks, the series feels more like earlier seasons with the stories intertwining around each other rather than disparate story threads that don’t really effect one another. Lets hope this season manages to keep this up!





It was great to seeTara’s story take a darker turn as her loathing of what she has become boils over, and it was nice to see her go to Sam for help, I always liked their relationship and it was nice to see this revisited. Sookie and Lafayette have had little to do thus far other than chase after Tara so it was also good to see a little bit more from both of them here; with Sookie confessing to Alcide about murdering Debbie and Lafayette’s demonic side adding a little kick to his gumbo, Bleach a la mode, mmmm! Pam is also slowly coming to terms with her role as a maker, giving us more of an insight to wild west past. This is fun in itself but it was an added treat getting to see Eric and Bill’s first encounter.





True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 Speaking of which, back at the Vampire Authority Bill and Eric are being seduced by Chancellor Salome in the Authority’s latest attempt to ply them for information, but frankly it felt more like stalling the thrust of the story for thrusts of a different sort; nothing really wrong with that, in fact it wouldn’t be True Blood without it, but it served little to move the story forward; we get more about mainstreaming and the oppositions facing this, and the Authority are still sceptical of Bill and Eric, nothing new here, in fact the only new development is the appointment of Steve Newlin as the new public figurehead for the Authority, frankly this didn’t gel for me! Yeah, its great to see more of the not so good Reverend but its hard to believe that at such a crucial time the Authority would put someone like this as their representative.





As I said before most of the other storylines are left to the side-lines this episode; with nothing of real note from the wolf pack and Terry merely saying his goodbye’s to Arlene. It’s Jason we see the most of out of them all as we he encounters a school teacher who seduced him back in the day, it gets Jason lamenting his way’s and ready to repent, again! This is the third or fourth time we’ve gone down this road with Jason, and it probably wont be the last . The other big downer’s from this episode as usual come from the side players, until I watched this episode I never realised how



True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 badly I didn’t want to see Hoyt in guyliner and a mesh top, or Sheriff Andy’s ass. Seriously, just no! Still these are minor gripes, this is still the best episode the season has had to offer up yet.



True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 It was great to seeTara dealing with her new vampiric abilities, and this episode gave us a sense like never before what it’s actually like to be a vampire. With so many story threads revolving around her transformation; Debbie’s death and the subsequent investigation, Sookie andLafayette’s guilt over their actions, Pam’s flashbacks, the series feels more like earlier seasons with the stories intertwining around each other rather than disparate story threads that don’t really effect one another. Lets hope this season manages to keep this up!


It was great to seeTara’s story take a darker turn as her loathing of what she has become boils over, and it was nice to see her go to Sam for help, I always liked their relationship and it was nice to see this revisited. Sookie and Lafayette have had little to do thus far other than chase after Tara so it was also good to see a little bit more from both of them here; with Sookie confessing to Alcide about murdering Debbie and Lafayette’s demonic side adding a little kick to his gumbo, Bleach a la mode, mmmm! Pam is also slowly coming to terms with her role as a maker, giving us more of an insight to wild west past. This is fun in itself but it was an added treat getting to see Eric and Bill’s first encounter.


True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 Speaking of which, back at the Vampire Authority Bill and Eric are being seduced by Chancellor Salome in the Authority’s latest attempt to ply them for information, but frankly it felt more like stalling the thrust of the story for thrusts of a different sort; nothing really wrong with that, in fact it wouldn’t be True Blood without it, but it served little to move the story forward; we get more about mainstreaming and the oppositions facing this, and the Authority are still sceptical of Bill and Eric, nothing new here, in fact the only new development is the appointment of Steve Newlin as the new public figurehead for the Authority, frankly this didn’t gel for me! Yeah, its great to see more of the not so good Reverend but its hard to believe that at such a crucial time the Authority would put someone like this as their representative.


As I said before most of the other storylines are left to the side-lines this episode; with nothing of real note from the wolf pack and Terry merely saying his goodbye’s to Arlene. It’s Jason we see the most of out of them all as we he encounters a school teacher who seduced him back in the day, it gets Jason lamenting his way’s and ready to repent, again! This is the third or fourth time we’ve gone down this road with Jason, and it probably wont be the last . The other big downer’s from this episode as usual come from the side players, until I watched this episode I never realised how

True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 badly I didn’t want to see Hoyt in guyliner and a mesh top, or Sheriff Andy’s ass. Seriously, just no! Still these are minor gripes, this is still the best episode the season has had to offer up yet.



True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 It was great to seeTara dealing with her new vampiric abilities, and this episode gave us a sense like never before what it’s actually like to be a vampire. With so many story threads revolving around her transformation; Debbie’s death and the subsequent investigation, Sookie andLafayette’s guilt over their actions, Pam’s flashbacks, the series feels more like earlier seasons with the stories intertwining around each other rather than disparate story threads that don’t really effect one another. Lets hope this season manages to keep this up!


It was great to seeTara’s story take a darker turn as her loathing of what she has become boils over, and it was nice to see her go to Sam for help, I always liked their relationship and it was nice to see this revisited. Sookie and Lafayette have had little to do thus far other than chase after Tara so it was also good to see a little bit more from both of them here; with Sookie confessing to Alcide about murdering Debbie and Lafayette’s demonic side adding a little kick to his gumbo, Bleach a la mode, mmmm! Pam is also slowly coming to terms with her role as a maker, giving us more of an insight to wild west past. This is fun in itself but it was an added treat getting to see Eric and Bill’s first encounter.


True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 Speaking of which, back at the Vampire Authority Bill and Eric are being seduced by Chancellor Salome in the Authority’s latest attempt to ply them for information, but frankly it felt more like stalling the thrust of the story for thrusts of a different sort; nothing really wrong with that, in fact it wouldn’t be True Blood without it, but it served little to move the story forward; we get more about mainstreaming and the oppositions facing this, and the Authority are still sceptical of Bill and Eric, nothing new here, in fact the only new development is the appointment of Steve Newlin as the new public figurehead for the Authority, frankly this didn’t gel for me! Yeah, its great to see more of the not so good Reverend but its hard to believe that at such a crucial time the Authority would put someone like this as their representative.


As I said before most of the other storylines are left to the side-lines this episode; with nothing of real note from the wolf pack and Terry merely saying his goodbye’s to Arlene. It’s Jason we see the most of out of them all as we he encounters a school teacher who seduced him back in the day, it gets Jason lamenting his way’s and ready to repent, again! This is the third or fourth time we’ve gone down this road with Jason, and it probably wont be the last . The other big downer’s from this episode as usual come from the side players, until I watched this episode I never realised how

True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 badly I didn’t want to see Hoyt in guyliner and a mesh top, or Sheriff Andy’s ass. Seriously, just no! Still these are minor gripes, this is still the best episode the season has had to offer up yet.

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True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 It was great to seeTara dealing with her new vampiric abilities, and this episode gave us a sense like never before what it’s actually like to be a vampire. With so many story threads revolving around her transformation; Debbie’s death and the subsequent investigation, Sookie andLafayette’s guilt over their actions, Pam’s flashbacks, the series feels more like earlier seasons with the stories intertwining around each other rather than disparate story threads that don’t really effect one another. Lets hope this season manages to keep this up!


It was great to seeTara’s story take a darker turn as her loathing of what she has become boils over, and it was nice to see her go to Sam for help, I always liked their relationship and it was nice to see this revisited. Sookie and Lafayette have had little to do thus far other than chase after Tara so it was also good to see a little bit more from both of them here; with Sookie confessing to Alcide about murdering Debbie and Lafayette’s demonic side adding a little kick to his gumbo, Bleach a la mode, mmmm! Pam is also slowly coming to terms with her role as a maker, giving us more of an insight to wild west past. This is fun in itself but it was an added treat getting to see Eric and Bill’s first encounter.


True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 Speaking of which, back at the Vampire Authority Bill and Eric are being seduced by Chancellor Salome in the Authority’s latest attempt to ply them for information, but frankly it felt more like stalling the thrust of the story for thrusts of a different sort; nothing really wrong with that, in fact it wouldn’t be True Blood without it, but it served little to move the story forward; we get more about mainstreaming and the oppositions facing this, and the Authority are still sceptical of Bill and Eric, nothing new here, in fact the only new development is the appointment of Steve Newlin as the new public figurehead for the Authority, frankly this didn’t gel for me! Yeah, its great to see more of the not so good Reverend but its hard to believe that at such a crucial time the Authority would put someone like this as their representative.


As I said before most of the other storylines are left to the side-lines this episode; with nothing of real note from the wolf pack and Terry merely saying his goodbye’s to Arlene. It’s Jason we see the most of out of them all as we he encounters a school teacher who seduced him back in the day, it gets Jason lamenting his way’s and ready to repent, again! This is the third or fourth time we’ve gone down this road with Jason, and it probably wont be the last . The other big downer’s from this episode as usual come from the side players, until I watched this episode I never realised how

True Blood Season 5 Episode 6 badly I didn’t want to see Hoyt in guyliner and a mesh top, or Sheriff Andy’s ass. Seriously, just no! Still these are minor gripes, this is still the best episode the season has had to offer up yet.