In storytelling and dream analysis, the forest is a symbol of one's unconscious. During last night's episode of True Blood, the forest was where hearts, souls and naked bodies were revealed. For instance: The woods were where Sookie finally banged her amnesiac crush, Eric. There's always been an electricity between…
The return of True Blood was reminscent of a hip-hop song: "It's been a long time, I shouldn't have left you." Viewers weren't the only ones trying to remember what the hell happened in Bon Temps since we last visited. Sookie was also awash in confusion. Last season's finale, in September, raised all kinds of…
After watching three seasons of True Blood, I've come to the conclusion that like a Value Meal at McDonald's, the show packs in a lot of crap that's fun while it lasts but leaves you feeling unsatisfied.
So much happened in last's night's episode, so many truths were revealed, and yet: We still have so many questions!
Sometimes the tone of this show is mystifying. Just when you settle in for a campy, fun ride, you're forced to sit through some "serious" stuff.
On last night's episode, Talbot was very direct, telling Eric: "I'm bored. Take off your clothes."
Who knew suffering from severe blood loss could be so fun?
Last night's episode was so romantic!
Lots of stuff happened in last night's episode, but honestly, Alcide is such a tasty piece of mancandy, who can focus on anything else?
There were lots of revelations in last night's episode: Big Foot might exist? The Vampire King of Mississippi uses werewolves to do his bidding? Eric was a Nazi?
The season finale of True Blood featured a wedding, a proposal, and a lot of self-discovery.
Last night's episode was called "Frenzy," but it it was all about the Truth. The first person to start speaking clear, lucid facts was the slightly nutty Queen (played by Evan Rachel Wood). Quoth she:
A huge, epic episode. Things really got crazy in Bon Temps last night, and shapeshifter Sam Merlotte was at the center of it all.
Obviously seeing Eric loving and naked and sensual was a treat.
Although there were some revelations in last night's episode, and Lorena's emerald 1903s dress was gorgeous, I was left wondering: why does Sookie always need to be rescued?
There were lots of odd moments in last night's episode, and Lafayette's hallucinatory PTSD moment was one of the weirdest.
Oh, Eric! When you flashback to your dirty, crusty Viking warrior past, and say stuff like, "Wherever I am there will always be women," you're really quite irresistible. So. Last night we found out: