True Blood Episode Reviews
The game's afoot in Bon Temps. Only one episode left, and we have to wait two weeks to see it. Lousy stinkin' holidays.
You know how you gotta slow down to take a sharp curve in a high-performance car? Fasten your seat belts...only two episodes left.
More job openings in Bon Temps: News Anchor, psychopath, dry cleaner as Russell comes out of the closet - sort of - and Sookie gets very clean.
Bill and Sookie break up (again) as Eric puts his plan into action.
Need a job? Check out True Blood as several positions have suddenly become available - Magister, Werewolf Guard, Dog Trainer. Dial 1-800-SOOKIE.
Inter-racial macking, inter-species macking, massive bloodletting, and corn fritters fried in bacon grease. This puppy had just about everything.
Trouble abounds for our intrepid band of trouble- and merry-makers.
Things are heating up in Mississippi as Sookie goes brunette and gets a rub-on tramp stamp, Sam goes a-knockin' on a van that's a-rockin', and Jason takes Andy to school.
There's new characters a-plenty as werewolves take center stage. Jason's naked butt makes a cameo, and Jessica gets ahead.
Top 10 lists, werewolves, pit bulls, meth labs, Thai boy sorbet (sorboy?), and Stephen King.
True Blood is back, and baby o baby, it's about friggin' time!
Season 2 comes to a close, as does Maryann, the egg, and Eggs, and Charlaine Harris and Sam's butt make cameos. Plot lines firmly in place for Season 3.
This episode shoulda bin called Wait Til the Season Finale Cuz We Don't Have Enough Show. If you're looking for the Hitchcock thriller, this ain't it.
Sam shows off his butt, Jason shows off his ripped abs, and Sookie displays yet another mysterious and awesome power.
Sookie, Bill, and Jason's Dallas adventure comes to a close as Hurricane Maryann takes a toll on Bon Temps.
The stage is set for the ultimate showdown between humans and vampires as Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer get engaged. Congrats you two crazy kids.
How many vampires does it take to screw in a light bulb? Two, but they gotta be really small...
When Jason Stackhouse is the smartest person around, our public education system is in serious need of overhaul.
Sookie and Bill's strategy meeting in Dallas goes poorly, Sam and Daphne play some pocket pool, and Jason gets his just dessert at Sarah's hands.
Admiral, there be spoilers here!
Jason's moving up in the world, Maryann is shaking all over, Lafayette drinks him some Eric, and Bill, Sookie, and Jessica head to Big D.
Tonight's episode is called "Scratches", and Sookie finds out why in the first two minutes. And not in a good way.
Maryann gets her freak on, Lafayette gets his chains off, and Sookie pulls a boner.
Laissez rouler les bons temps.
True Blood Season 2 starts Sunday, June 14 on HBO. TVFodder's True Blood blog starts the following day.