“Sick of Goodbyes” was short on action and, mercifully, short on goodbyes, but it was remarkable nonetheless.
Aside from some the way the show handled the news of Eric Hill's death, hometown dates were CUUUUTE!
We are gathered today with heavy hearts, friends. We come together now to grieve, to mourn, and to support each other in the face of an unthinkable loss.
Things got messy this week! And it was a stunning return to form.
"Jesus Gonna Be Here" shrunk the show's world back down to Bon Temps, and it was perfect.
Here’s a quick rundown of where we left our favorite characters at the end of Season 6.
A roster of fresh new faces staring down the emotional meat grinder that is jet lag and competitive dating! The game is afoot!
The finale left a sour taste in my mouth, so here’s a reel of the season's best moments, to end things on a huggier note.
Scary as the vaguely death metal episode title “Slaughter of Innocence” sounded, it was the epic finale our bold new series deserved, featuring much-needed resolution for some storylines plus a flourish of cliffhangers to keep us twirling our side-braids until next fall.
It wasn’t until the closing moment of the finale that I truly felt the last bit of my hope for what this series could be evaporate out of my body like a puff of discontinued perfume.
This second-to-last episode of the season set us up with quite a few promising threads. Let's year your finale predictions, y'all!
Suddenly I’m not even mad about how ridiculous this episode was.
Emotionally, this episode was a triumph: There were some supremely satisfying moments and a few genuine surprises.
This delightful sour candy of an episode volleyed between extremely wrought, bitter moments between Mary and Frances and truly sweet stuff happening everywhere else.