This was the first episode of the season that ended with me thinking, “Eh, that was okay.” Instead of "Wow. Exceeded my expectations."
I’m really excited about this season's overarching conflicts, and I’m EQUALLY invested in watching Bill and Eric’s separate attempts to solve them.
This week an older version of True Blood returned, and brought with it a younger version of me, and I remembered exactly why I loved it in the first place.
"Who Are You, Really?" felt like a return to a beloved childhood summer camp, full of so many blessedly familiar elements that I lost any vague sense I’d outgrown it.
Run off a few copies to have on hand this weekend as you settle in the show's Season 6 return to our homes, screens, and dreams.
Werepanthers! Alcide and Sookie gettin' it on! And eight more past plot points we might like to see again.
True Blood’s sixth season promises to be its least cohesive one yet. Can it be saved?
The casting director seriously fell asleep at the wheel assembling this latest man harem.
Since this is going to be on my mind all summer anyway, please join me in nitpicking to our heart’s content the many dropped storylines and abandoned story devices OUAT has left to dangle in the wind.
Together, "The Woman" and "Heroine" basically served as a standalone movie.
I had a lot of feelings about "Truth." A lot of weird gray feelings.
Were you entertained? Intrigued? Are you angry that the next episode is so far away, or will it give you time to recover OR are you swearing this show off for good? Let’s discuss.
How will True Blood fare without Alan Ball? Will we spend another season in the Authority's underground parking structure of an HQ? Let's try to glean some answers, shall we?
All in all, a slightly interesting case of the week. But I'm excited for next week, and that’s the main point of an episode before a finale, isn’t it?
It occurred to me to just enter “F-ck You OUAT” 600 times as the review for this, but to be fair, “Second Star to the Right” was entertaining.