After Season 5, I wondered how True Blood would survive. After Season 6, I'm wondering how I will survive the next several months without the show.
This was a ghoulishly gory, touching, and enjoyable episode.
A more wrenching indictment of the dysfunctional female relationship to marriage has never been televised.
"Dead Meat" was a suspenseful and insanely fantastic episode, standing out in a season that's largely being hailed as True Blood at its best.
"In the Evening" was a proud addition to the string of fantastic episodes that has been Season 6.
What an episode! I think Season 6 might actually be my favorite season of True Blood so far.
Hometown dates represent a crucifixion of the soul that Desiree knows only too well.
What an episode. Never has True Blood veered so closely to The Vampire Diaries territory!
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.