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True Blood S07E10: "Thank You"


Comedies often end with a wedding, and while I’ve always thought of True Blood as a comedy, it didn't end so much with a wedding as with a pregnancy, and I’m still working through what that means.

The world of vampires on True Blood has often functioned as stand-in for the hidden culture of the LGBT community—it has been used to make other parallels, but from the phrase "coming out of the coffin" on, the show has always referenced this analogy the most. True Blood’s series finale went out of its way to cement vampire acceptance with being a member of/an ally to the LGBT community: Jessica and Hoyt got married even though it’s illegal for vampires to marry, with a strong message of “love is love”/ marital equality. And when Sarah Newlin begged Pam to turn her into a vampire, it was simultaneously a discussion about her offering sex to Pam.


Later, when Sookie asked the Reverend if God meant to make us all as we are, or if some of us are mistakes, the Reverend was emphatic, vis-à-vis: Jesus don’t make no junk. The Lord loves vampires as much as the straights humans. Okay, great message, we're all on board, sure.


So what does it mean that Bill chose to die rather than prevent Sookie from her future of meeting some "normal" dude and having a baby? Why was this anonymous, notional zygote more important than his own daughter, Jessica? Or his undeniable love for Sookie and his independent existence on this Earth? How can Bill’s suicide be seen as anything but a wholesale rejection of himself as a vampire, a morally motivated lifestyle rejection so transformative that he actually physically regained his humanity and Sookie could read this thoughts for the first time? 

Was the show trying to say Bill's suicide was the right choice?

That  idea seriously bothers me. I don't think the show was intentionally trying to seed in some anti-LGBT subtext at all. But Bill regaining his humanity and choosing to die muddied one of the best messages of the show.

It also bothers me that, after following these star-crossed lovers for seven years, this iconic, modern love story concluded with Sookie impaling Bill in a grave.

To a healthy mind, the entire march of humanity—its woes, its triumphs, the centuries-long transition from cave to internet—human accomplishments in sum mean nothing compared to a single, breathy laugh from the person you love. The all-consuming love of one person for another is what makes life worth living. No amount of friendly fun and lit-up mason jars can replace the life of a person you love. Ever.


That’s why Sookie assisting Bill’s suicide was so nihilistic and disturbing and ultimately flat. On the one hand, to anyone considering suicide: Consider how NOT glamorous this was. Really absorb how NOT cool it was for Bill to take this way out and how gross and goopy his remains were and how needlessly stupid his choice was. Think about how NO ONE was sitting there thinking about him four years later; everyone was just rolling on to the next thing.

DO NOT embrace the message that Bill’s death provided this happy ending. IT DID NOT.

The implication that it did is irresponsible and bizarre. Suicide doesn’t clear paths in other people’s lives. Suicide emotionally crucifies everyone it touches. There are those who suffer through excruciating pain every day just to delay the agony of loss for their loved ones. There are people who live in pain because they are grateful for existence. Those people are heroes. Anyone who clings to life is a hero. Those who lay down in a grave and tell the world it's better off without them? No. Not heroic. There is nothing heroic about that.


That's what angers me most about True Blood's finale: the idea that Bill’s suicide provided everybody with a happy ending. If Sookie had a happy ending, it’s because she endeavored to go on despite the soul-killing mindf-ck of Bill exiting this world to clear her weekends for dating. I'm kind of enraged that the show wants us to think anything else, to take anything positive from Bill’s self-hate and  self-immolation.

Do other things bother me? Sure. I'm also frustrated that Eric and Pam apparently filmed all their scenes for "Thank You" in two hours, and mostly appeared for a hot two minutes in an overly smarmy infomercial “one year later,” so distant from Bon Temps that they were probably shot their little epilogue six months after principal shooting in Shreveport wrapped. 


I'm frustrated that there was absolutely no closure for my favorite character, Lafayette. I'm frustrated that Jessica wound up married to Hoyt, the guy who she once couldn’t wait to get away from, the end. Ugh.

However, I'm relieved that Sookie didn't sacrifice her fairy essence to send Bill off in a CGI blaze. The show was ambiguous this way, revealing that Sookie eventually embraced what made her different from what she was expected to be as a precious and integral part of her being—and yet, when all was said and done, the ending of this series was her just laying down some green bean casserole all big an' pregnant during a family-style Thanksgiving. Um. Okay. 

Meanwhile, Sarah Newlin was all chained up and used like a sad whore, haunted by ghosts. Okay, truthfully, I enjoyed that a little bit.


Was some emotional justice served? For Sarah, Pam, and Eric, yes. But not for Sookie, and therefore not for the audience. Perhaps True Blood's writers just didn’t see how Sookie could take Bill back into her life after he’d attempted to rape her—and okay, yeah, there’s no socially responsible way to make that happen. Perhaps they rationalized that Hoyt and Jessica’s vampire/human marriage would do enough to convey True Blood's central message of "empathy for everyone" that they could treat Bill as an individual character and not the symbol of the entire vampire race, which is what he’s been treated as up until now.

But frankly, they thought wrong. There was a miscalculation in the focus of this finale, and the ultimate meaning of these characters has retroactively poisoned my memories of the entire series. Bill’s suicide leaves a nasty taste in my mouth that makes me shudder at the thought of a re-watch. I’ve got no urge to buy DVDs. Don’t even talk to me about the books. I’m so bummed, guys, I might even watch Twilight.


QUESTIONS:

... True Blood has long carried a strong LGBT message. Does Bill’s suicide undermine that message?

... Sookie’s barefoot-and-pregnant ending: feminist, because we don’t know who her dude is and really it doesn’t matter, or very anti-feminist, because WTF kind of ending is that when Sookie loved Bill and he was her choice and he took that choice away from her?

... Eric and Pam: just enough or not enough?

... Are you furious we didn’t get any closing words from Lafayette?

... What are your closing thoughts on True Blood


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AIRED ON 8/24/2014

Season 7 : Episode 10

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The worst ending ever,how can Sookie kill the love of her life all because he had a dream and wanted the best for her. If you ask me all very hypocritical because he was ok with Jessica marrying Hoyt,knowing that they can never bear children,same scenario plays over and over again!Lets not talk about how It ends with her being with a random guy,all while they are all havung dinner as if Bill never existed in there lives!! Uuugghhhh si frustrated with the finale it left me with a big void. What happened to happily ever after!
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Wow. I just knew the finale for this series was going to be epic. It was the complete opposite. Oh well, now on to catch up with Game of Thrones.
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This ending was sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo pathetic!!! I was thinking, since Bill was regaining his 'humanity', when Sookie used her light to kill him it would have instead removed the darkness or his death an in that moment he would have had a new light, a new life as a human and move on to be with Sookie as both of them would then be human "normal" and be able to live the normal life they both wanted. I was indeed greatly disappointed!!!
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I much prefer the way the books ended,than the show.It's super disappointing.Season 6 was so good,and then season 7 ruined everything.
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Omg horrible season if they show started like this it would have been canceled. I stopped paying attention for most of the show.
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I'm glad I'm not the only one who was really dissapointed in the ending. I was thinking a few episodes out from the final, how are they going to tie up all the ends properly in 2 episodes? I was hoping for a "big bang" kind of ending where something unexpected and big happens and it all goes out in a blaze of glory that even if it left you hanging a bit at the end, at least it would have been interesting and more in keeping wih the spirit of the show.
I even had a moment where I thought Sokie's power might kill of the vampire part of Bill and allow him to start over and there was a second when they *finally* (It was way too drawn out) killed Bill off where I thought he had actually started to become more human in truth due to some miracle (they kept talking about them) and he was going to bleed to death rather than do the vamp explode thing, but no.
I really don't get the kill off Bill in that way ending. If he really was a selfless as they were trying to force us to believe, you'd think he would have taken the cure, got his affairs properly in order, then met the sun or such like later on, or at least died of the hep V without making Sokie kill him. How does he really think that killing her lover will improve her state of mind and general happiness? Really?
The insistance that she needed a normal life with kids? Why? They even had her questioning whether she wanted kids when she was with Alcide. Why would he writers assume that would automatically make her happy? I agree with other people it shouldn't have been used as one of Bill's main reasons for his death if they wanted it to be believable, they easily could have adopted or used a sperm donor if she wanted a family with kids. And why does this only apply to Sokie? Apparently it's fine for several other relationships present at the end to be vampire/human. (And they all looked deleriously happy at the end scene). And she kept her farie powers, so what was to stop another vamp coming after her, this time without Bill there to look out for her considering he thinks he loves her so much now. Oh well, he'll just die anyway and then it's not his problem (Even though the premise was she was meant to have a normal life by killing him and her fairie side in one blazing farie ball act which didn't happen). If he wanted out of this life to be back with his dead family ok, but the drawn out thing where they tried to make us believe he was also doing it for Sokie was not believable.
The whole Jessica and Hoyt thing was really disappointing as well. What he just comes back into her life and decides that he'll marry her shortly after meeting her for the *first time* (Since they never bothered to restore his memories of he prior relationship with her) and less than a day after breaking up with his long term girlfriend and seeing his dead mother? He never seems to question exactly why he lost his memories, just accepts that Jessica is really sorry for messing up a relationship he doesn't remember but she's ready for a long term relationship now so it's all ok? Wierd, rushed reasoning for the wedding and drawn out and boring during the episode. Really didn't like. Bill guilting her into the rushed wedding only made it worse and lost any potential sympathy I might have had for him.
Lafaette- would have been nice for him to have some more screen time, he was a major character after all (not that you'd know it in the final).
Tara- Her whole haunting thing really could have been skipped or abbreviated. Again really drawn out over a number of episodes for what? To tell her mother she's sorry she didn't kill her own dad as a young child? Could have had a more interesting or believable message and involved Lafaette more- after all he's meant to be able to talk to the dead, why do they need the V trips? I know it was probably there so people could connect the dots and believe Bill was in the afterlife all happy with his deceased family but again could have been done better.
Eric and Pam- consistently the best part of the last series and I did like the cheesy infomercial ending and Eric rocking out in the car with the dead people in the back did fit him well. Speaking of, the Yukusa seemed to be the only threat left in the late part of the season which apparently Eric and Pam could have just killed off when they felt like it. No retribuion apparent from doing this either from the rest of the organisation after they killed one of their leaders and stole Sara to very publically make a heap of money? I guess I could almost buy Sara was kept so secret by the people involved that the rest of the yukusa didn't know what had happened to their people? Still seemed a bit lazy with the story line writing though.
Sokie- started to annoy me a bit around season 4-5. I started to believe her name was maybe a play on words (Sook) and some of the main characters seemed to almost start to get frustrated/annoyed with her. i really thought maybe she'd shift from being the person everyone's lives revolved around and have to evolve more as a character, but no, in the end much of it came back to being about her and people dying for things related to her and who she felt like hooking up with this week. She seemed so fickle with her relationship choices, in the end I really didn't care who she ended up with all that much, maybe the faceless man was a good choice, although again I think it was a cop out. The whole everyone around the table happy and pregnant/kids thing, everyone moving along with their lives very quickly (She's married and heavily pregnant within 3 years of all the other crap that was going on in her life, and Jason didn't waste any time getting 3 kids with a girl he's only just met as well) bothered me and was not in keeping with the tone of the series in my oppinion.
All in all really disappointed in the last season, could have been done much better. It was like the writers all went, well hey, the series is ending so lets not bother trying to bring anything interesting into the show, we'll just string out what we have and go for a canned, fluffy ending scene.
Oh and even with an ending as bad as this, that's no excuse for watching twilight!
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I was disappointed myself,i can't believe they ended aaTrue Blood like that!very disappointing.
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Thanks, Lily, for your review, which I found by googling "true blood series finale hate" about 10 minutes after I finished watching this sad excuse for a finale on iTunes. I now feel a little better knowing someone shares my disappointment.

What you said here...
"...human accomplishments in sum mean nothing compared to a single, breathy laugh from the person you love."

.. is so true. Apparently the writers of this show think that you can kill the person you're in love with (your first love, no less), then go out and in short order find a replacement. Have these people dated lately???

From Season 1, I thought the series would end with Bill becoming human. Then in the finale, when Sookie could hear his thoughts, I was SO SURE I was right. Even after she staked him, I thought he was going to re-materialize or something. I couldn't believe that after seven years that were overall pretty sentimental in regard to these two characters, the writers would make us suffer through something so nihilistic and dissatisying. And disturbing. But not disturbing in a way that has merit, like when Jessica glamoured away Hoyt's memories -- what a great scene! That scene worked because there was something a little bit right about it. There is nothing right about suicide. Even when you present it in a show that has absolutely no relationship to reality, it's still distasteful.

As for having babies, for f's sake, why not adopt?? And if she has to be with a non-vampire guy for some arbitrary poorly defined reason (that doesn't seem to apply to anyone else at that annoying Thansgiving dinner), why not let her be with one of the other hot guys who the audience already likes (Sam, a not-dead Alcide)??

Yes, they have ruined any potential re-watch. I just hope I can still listen to my True Blood playlist. That might be tainted now too.

The only good part of the finale, IMO, was Andy, Holly, and Arlene, entering Vampire Bill's mansion, Andy telling Arlene and Holly he'd be right back, and Arlene saying, "Don't worry about us. We'll just be snoopin!" Thanks Carrie Preston, for giving me one last True Blood laugh. At least one character shined during this hour of drudgery!
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The ending was anti-feminist for two reasons. 1) bills dying wish was to give away his "daughter" in marriage. He wanted to be sure that she had a man to take care of her. Also jessica claims that she has dreamed about her wedding her whole life because afterall she is "a girl". As if that alone justifies wanting and dreaming for a wedding. Being female we must naturally desire a wedding? (Nothing wrong with desiring a wedding, but its not a "naturally" female dream). 2) bill tells sookie that a "normal" life is having children and your children having children and then you dying. He kills himself because he believes sookie can never be happy if she cant live a "normal" life bearing children. What does this say to women who don't want or can't have children? That we can not live happy or normal lives? In fact that seems to be the moral of the entire episode. As at the end everyone is paired off in monogamous relationships and those who are capable are popping out babies. This was a show that pushed boundaries. It showed us the lives of outsiders, people who defied societal norms... yet these "outsiders" find happiness when they ultimately meet societal norms and are no longer outsiders but can finally achieve "normalcy". Sookies ultimate struggle was to overcome her nature that made her different and be able to finally live a normal life (at least her choosimg to keep her powers was one step in the right direction). Bills death was pointless and entirely served his patriarchal ideas on what he believed would make sookie happy. The show left me with a bad taste in my mouth. Its only redeeming quality was a blood covered eric bobbing his head to the beat while he drove away with a car full of bodies.
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From start to finish this series annoyed the hell out of me! For starters Tara dies, she just. Dies...We don't see her die in fact we are led to believe she gets the upper hand in what little you see of her fighting. I was actually questioning for quite a while as to whether Tara really did die in that fight scene, maybe she used it as an opportunity to escape for reasons that might be clear later in the series, or maybe it was because her mother killed her which is why we never saw it. But no, there's in fact no real reason we didn't see Tara die. She just...Died, alive...Then dead. There's so many more questions, pointless and clearly obvious fillers throughout the series, it was all about drama and family spats and stuff. It was stupid, most of it made me think I was watching some pumped up version of desperate house wives. Bill, hell. I didn't see his death coming at all, which could have been a good twist if again, like this review said. He died in a dignified way, hell. he could have lived! :') Just like Suckie's grand father said, magic is in everything around us. That ball of light was designed to kill Vampires, and it was clear that Bill was so human that even Suckie could hear his thoughts. I was lead to believe she'd use the ball of light, Bill might instead inherit life from ball of light and be cured of not only hep v but vampirism as well. Hell, it wouldn't have been the best ending but better than what we've got. Hell, we've seen some crazy stuff in this series, that wouldn't have exactly been the worst thing in the world. Another thing that royally pisses me off. Suckie is pregnant, with who? Some random! You get to see....his BACK! You get to head him say, "Ok Hun" But who the hell is he? Even if it is some random, we don't even get to see him!? Nah, this ending makes how I met your mother look good :') Like, this is like a little kid with a razor blade saying his life is pointless. At least in how I met your mother there is no cure and she doesn't whine like a little baby when she gets offered one. Even if he wanted to die though, He's a vampire, they all know how to die. A casual stroll in the sun, A stake to the heart "which he does from anyway" the point in Hep V just seems, pointless. It doesn't even kill him in the end! :') The hell?
Anyone remember Godric? He went pretty much the same way, why did his death seem so much more dignified? well, it's simple. He had a better bloody excuse -_- He evolved, he lived long enough, he seen enough. He wanted to die. He turned into a nice fluttery dust in the wind (Which makes no sense by the way given that older vampires still turn into a pool of blood) This ending was pure balls man -_- Sacrificing his life for everyone else in the whole Lilith thing would have been a better ending to the series.
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All I can say about the finale is that it wasn't as bad as how I met your mothers ending
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The show isn't meant to be a direct allegory of LGBT rights, even the writers have said that would be pretty offensive seeing as 99% of vampires are dangerous murderers.

Being a vampire is a a kind of prolonged death so Bill wanting to die didn't remind me so much of real life suicide, the circumstances are very different. He was still leaving loved ones to grieve though.
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Pointless season. Terrible finale. I got so bored in most episodes that I ended up skipping entire scenes.
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The finale felt rushed and contrived. Clearly Alan Ball got carried away with subplots and irrelevances and realized too late he had to wrap things up. Sookie didn't get what she deserved, which would've been a backhand and a life sentence in a Mormon colony. Who the hell she thought she was? From day one she was sulking and pouting and screwing things up, demanding instant gratification for her every whim and bossing every guy into dying for her and faulting them for every disappointment. When Bill made the altruistic offer to save her she backed out the last second...he gave his life in vain and she was still vampire crack. One question: is New Blood a cure or just a treatment? Spin off with Eric and Pam pls.
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FYI Alan Ball left the show after season 5. He is not the showrunner any more, nor has he been for the past two seasons.
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So was there a point to Jason and Eric's sex dream, other than catering to the LGBT community? Nope! Tara dying and coming back to show her mom a gun? No again! Hep V vamps attacking the community and the storyline ending with that small groups death? Nuh-uh! instead we got Hoyt's wedding to Jessica. (don't get me started on a shallow discussion of how my hotter Brigette was!!) WE GOT TOTALLY ANNOYED BY WAY TOO MUCH FRIGGIN PAM!!!!! (acting lessons please!!!) And we got to see Bill die in a messy soup of goo, and get forgotten a few years later. ( I guess even sooner, since Sookie is already heavily preggo!) That last episode, and pretty much the entire season make me say, there's 10 hours of my lie I'll never get back again! "An now for something completely different!!!" P.S. I'm told the books really don't deal at all with LGBT issues? Is that correct? If so, who screwed things up?
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The books absolutely dealt with LGBT issues, and not in a subtle way.
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"WE GOT TOTATLLY ANNOYED BY WAY TOO MUCH FRIGGIN PAM!!!!"

Who the fuck is we? Just you?

It's more like;

WE GOT TOTALLY ANNOYED BECAUSE THERE WASN'T ENOUGH FUCKING PAM!!!!!!!!!!!

I think I speak for the "we" there.
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I have no words
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Would LOVE to hear your thoughts on the BOOKS!!
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**About season 7:

Let's start with Bill. I didn't care what happened with Bill because I never felt Bill would be Sookie's HEA. I'm glad that they didn't end up together. Bill was always so gloomy, depressed and controlling.
I preferred Eric and Sookie's interaction, even when she was pissed off at him. However, based on the past few seasons, I wasn't convinced they could be happy together in the end

either, although I felt he respected and accepted her as she is. He was too much of a free spirit, and she wanted a 'normal' life.
By the end of season 6, I didn't really care who Sookie would end up with. She was obsessed with Bill, dismissive of Eric, went after Sam when it suited her, used Warlow for 'revenge sex' I guess to piss off her dead parents, and emotionaly unavailable for Alcide.

On the whole I did enjoy this series for it's entertainment and shock value. However, this final season was a bit of a let down. Everything seemed forced and disjointed. If it wasn't for the Eric and Pam (and Ginger) scenes I probably would have fallen asleep. I'm not sure what was at fault. Was it the direction the story took, the dialogue, the directing? It felt like I wasn't watching the same show. I place no blame on the actors, most of them did a great job with what they were given.

There was too much Sookie, Bill and Violet and James.
I got tired of seeing Pam chained up. She was supposed to be tougher than that.
Lafayette and Sam were seriously underused this season and were pretty much given cameos in the final episode.
Why was Lafayette's vocabulary limited to 'hi redbone' and why didn't he interact with ghost Tara at all? He's a medium, isn't he?
Poor Tara's character was totally wasted. They couldn't even give her a decent fight scene before they killed her off? And not showing Pam's reaction to her death was just lazy.
I'm glad Pam and Eric weren't killed off. Although making them even bigger a**holes than they were originally seemed to negate any character growth that happened over the past 7 seasons. But they're still fun to watch.
The scenes with the Magister, Nan and Dr. Ludwig were great.
I'm happy that Alcide is gone. I felt he was very controlling and jealous of Bill. Although, the way they killed him felt like an afterthought and had very little impact. He should have died in battle, not from a gunshot to the head. Or he could have just left Sookie.
I'm relieved Violet is gone, she was a horrible addition. (I'm talking about the character, not the actress)


**About the finale:

I had mixed feelings about the finale.
I'm glad that Eric and Pam finally took care of the Yakuza. Now that the Yakuza and Authority are gone, they're probably happy that they don't have to answer to anyone. I never felt that Eric was power-hungry or wanted to be filthy rich... but I figure taking over New Blood would make him autonomous.
I wonder if Eric went back to Fangtasia so he can keep an eye on Sookie & Willa, since he doesn't really need the money. Otherwise, he could have gone back to France or Sweden since he liked Europe more.
Pam using Sarah as a 'blood whore' at the end was both justified and disturbing... In real life this would be totally unacceptable and she should have been put on trial for her crimes, but this is just a tv show...
I'm glad that all the people at the Thanksgiving dinner survived. I got tired of the writers killing off characters.

There were many parts of the finale that I didn't like. It felt like it was all about Bill and what he wanted.
Bill totally manipulated and guilted Jessica and Hoyt into getting married.
The wedding and his death scenes dragged on and on, which took away the emotional impact of those events.
I would have preferred a wedding scene between Andy and Holly.
Another wtf moment was when Bill asked Sookie to give up who/what she is by using her fairy light to kill him. Why couldn't he just meet the sun, instead of forcing her to live with the knowledge that she not only infected him, but is the reason that he wanted to die. He was basically telling her that 'normal' human existence is the only one that has value, you can't be happy or part of a community if you're different... just like her parents and the nasty townsfolk; the opposite of those who truly loved and accepted her.
Gran, Gramps, her brother, and even Eric wanted her to accept who/what she is and be proud of it. It's sad to see that this is the final message that True Blood left us with. That you can't have a fulfilling life unless you're straight, married with biological children.

The Thanksgiving scene was ok. It was nice to see all of Sookies friends gathered around. However, I didn't like the fact that Eric was left out, and that they flashed back to a recycled scene of Eric bored on his throne.
If the other supes were still part of her life (and not a threat), Eric could have still stayed in her life as a friend/protector. Contrary to what Bill thought, I believe that they would have had enough self control to be around eachother without getting romantically involved.
They could have had Eric drop by and sit beside Willa during the Thanksgiving meal, or had a scene showing him standing guard protecting the entire group and maybe quietly taking out a vampire attack during the party, or a final scene of Sookie & Eric just sitting together as friends, when she's old and having a chat or playing scrabble or something...

I guess I was expecting too much. Thank God for fanfiction. I guess someone out there will write an ending that'll make the rest of us happy.

Btw, has anyone seen the cover of the Season 1-7 dvd package? It's as dull as the finale....

Ok that's the end of my rant. :)
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Thank you for this review. Thank you so very much.
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They had a really good season in my opinion but episode 9 and 10 were really bad! For a series finale, episode 10 was awful! They focused on Hoyt the moron and making us believe Jason and what's her name were for real! So disappointing!
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It was kind of like taking a band-aid off a hairy leg. Everybody knows you should do it very fast, like this series finale , but don't confuse 'less painful' with being the same as good.
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I loved the finale. Vampires are dead. Bill was already technically dead, So, Sookie did not kill him. Comparing Bill's true death to suicide is too much. This is a television show about vampires. It not that deep. Having said that...

I loved that Bill finally got that he was no good for Sookie. Sookie was never going to become a vampire and Bill brought nothing but pain to her. I was so happy the show did not let them "live" happily ever after. It would have been sappy and wrong after everything Bill had done to Sookie (and her to him).

Also, I love how the show flashback to Bill original family. Meeting his wife for the first time, his tears at seeing the photo of his daughter in his casket. Bill never wanted to be a vampire. He always loved his family and children and wanted to be with them. When he was delirious he was thinking of them, not Sookie or Jessica.

Bill and Sookie loved each other but they both knew for a long time that they should not be together because they were only hurting each other. So many shows got for the Hollywood ending. I thought it was beautiful that Bill wanted Sookie to be free. Moreover, I think Bill wanted to be free too.

In my humble opinion, I thought the show ending with everyone getting what they wanted and deserved. The ending was not perfect but I thought it made sense. Also, Lafeyette did get the guy in the end.
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"There are those who suffer through excruciating pain every day just to delay the agony of loss for their loved ones. There are people who live in pain because they are grateful for existence. Those people are heroes."
You really don't know what you're talking about, do you?
These sentences prevented me to focus on what you wrote.
Please choose your words very carefully. They matter. Especially to the ones involved in excruciating pain issues, suffered by them or loved ones.
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I am intimately involved in both of those issues - very very much so. The reviewer's words were very spot-on and succinctly summed up one of my biggest problems with the episode. They also captured so well the very essence of what they were describing that my heart welled up in recognition and gratitude, so much so that your castigation of this reviewer felt like a kick in the gut and so very unwarranted. Your opinion is, of course, valid to you and I don't wish to start an argument, but I felt so compelled to defend this reviewer and her very carefully chosen words that I registered on this site just so I could do so. Bottom line, I disagree with you vehemently.
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Dear Margreete, I'm deeply involved too - unfortunately. Not an argument, just an explanation. Respectfully - reading the review - it seems like those whose life's dignity is deeply impaired by pain, and desire not to suffer the pains of hell and not making their loved ones see the pain they endure, are not heroes at all, just weak people, Other people try desperately to put on bravery masks so that their loved ones cannot see the pain they're suffering. Endure the pain and try to hide it to others' eyes: isn't too much? Maybe it's not in your opinion, which I respect. In mine, it is. This is the reason I "castigated" the reviewer. You just can't judge, there are, in all of us, different opinions about what makes a life a Life, with capital L.
I wish you the best, sincerely.
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I really liked season seven, especially the first half but what the fuck kind of ending was that? Ugh, I'm not even going to frustrate myself about it. Other shows have ended worse. I do still like this season...

Anyway, I feel like I should maybe say "Thank You" to you Lily? I've been following your True Blood reviews for a few years now and I don't watch any of the other shows you cover. So, it's been good. Thank you :)
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Couldn't agree more! This season was overall great but especially episodes 9 and 10 were really bad ... on all aspects!
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What exactly was the point of this last season? Those "menacing" Hep-V Vamps? Why the story with Tara and the Gun? Why the story with the hot french chick? I seem to have the missed the point of it all.
This season was just useless.
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First of all there is never an excuse to watch Twilight.
I think the finale was as good as the show since the one with the witch and rape panthers True Blood had 3 exceptional seasons because it was new and cool and different, during that time there came an overkill of sexy vampire flics and series and they tried something new and it didn't work. Unimportant characters got way too much screen time, Tara annoyed the hell out of nearly everyone and even after she was dead she was still around. The best I can say about the finale is that it is finally over.
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"Thank you" was a total disaster. This was probably worst than the book ending of the series, where Sookie ends up with her "best friend" (you know who if you read the books), which still was horrible, but not as much as "Thank you" was. I think it would have been better for Sookie to give up her light, or at least marry someone like her (a fairy - no vampire or human)! Besides, this was totally not TRUE BLOOD MO. Everything was too peaceful; No big tragedies or dramas. Even Bill's death was nothing in the sum of events, since it was just sad and a HUGE MESS without the fairy energy bomb...So disappointed!!! Goodbye True Blood! You didn't deserve this!!! - "Out with a fizzle, not with a bang"
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It was not the last season I expected . and thinking it over also not a season I liked The last episode was a badly knitted sweater.......
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So Bill wanted to kill himself because he couldn't give Sookie the children she wanted. What a load of crap. Never heard of adoption, artificial insemination? This storyline was unbelivably idiotic.
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No. He wanted to die because he was sick of being a vampire. He was old, sick, weak and he wanted to see what's next, and if he could see his beloved wife again. Screw Sookie! His true love was his late wife!
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The problem wasnt sookie been able to have babys or not,its the whole influance bill had on her,his need for her(eminating from the love he got back to feeling for her) to have a normal peacfull life,and his inner self was directing him in that direction(As the eagle of the mountains, having soared high in the air above the earth, wings its way back to its resting place, being fatigued by its long flight, so does the soul, having experienced the life of the phenomenal, relative and mortal, return finally unto itself, where it can sleep beyond all desires, and beyond all dreams.)
In the dream he had,where she would have child with him,which will end as black void,something evil and ultimatly doomed.
Kind of hard to remember all this cause couple of seasons we saw a diffrent Bill influanced by Lilith, the primordial vampire blood,he wasnt himself,in the last season he finally,returned to his true self,retaining the pure love he held to Sookie,but also the feeling of this evil,parasitic,poor excuse of existance must end,its not natural,release will be my only salvation state of mind.
Since the begining of the show Bill the vamp was diffrent then the other vamps we saw,he didnt like or embraced his existance,plus he often dwelved in the past,where he had a normal life.As he explained to sookie,he wants her to have that,which she will never have living with him,coupled with his need to get redumpation and release from his existance,
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How do we know the mystery man Sookie is seen with at the end isn't a supernatural? He could even be a vampire, we don't see his face the meal takes place at night to cater for the vamps in attendance.

It's quite possible Sookie was artificially inseminated.

If anyone can be bothered to check that final scene & see if there is food in front of the man I just can't muster up the motivation!!
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There is food in front of him. But that just rules out Vampires. So he could be Fae. Or a werewolf or shifter or warlock etc
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The fundamental idea is that Sookie can't have a normal life (with babies) if Bill is around; but a lot of people on this earth can't have babies and still manage a happy and fulfilling life. So no, i don't buy it.

But I loved to see Hoyt back as a more mature and commanding man; his and Jessica's wedding was possibly the best thing that could happen to end True Blood (I let a tear out) — well not counting what could have happened to Sookie and Bill obviously.

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EXACTLY. EXACTLY!!! This is why this ending is so troublesome...Bill's insistence that Sookie will be unfulfilled without a baby is just so icky.
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Not to mention that Hoyt and Jessica can't have babies either. So ???. They messed it up didn't they.
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I think THAT'S what proves that you're both missing something here: the overall message is not that one's life can't be full without kids (because HEY! LOOK! The "best" couple of the show, who gets the "best" happy ending (Hoyt and Jessica) can't have kids, and they're just fine and super happy! Yay!). No, the idea was that SOOKIE wanted kids, and therefore she should be able to have some, since she WANTS to.
I get that some people can't immagine having kids and/or being defined by it. I also get that other people can't immagine their lives without kids and are totally defined by them. However, what I totally DON'T get is people trying to force their view of the world. Deciding to have (or not to have) kids is a choice, and it is personnal. In True Blood, Sookie wanted kids, and Hoyt & Jess didn't (Hoyt made it quite clear). End of story. There's no other message than "Do whatever you think is right for you, and live the life YOU wanna live".
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First of all, I don't consider Bill's "end" as a suicide. To me, it's euthanasia.
And his "she can't live a "normal life without me, blah blah" is just crap he tells people to look nicer and selfless.
In truth, he's just egoistic and wants out of his vampire life, because he didn't even want to be a vampire in the first place! His "dream" was more about him than about Sookie: he didn't want to "live" (e.g. have kids, life goes on, circle of life and such...) with Sookie because he didn't want to live at all! I think the "dark baby" in Sookie's arms was just a metaphora for this "life" that he didn't want.
The only purpose of Tara strolling in the woods all season dressed in white was to introduce us to the possibility that there might be something after "true death", so Bill just wants to "see what's next" and be with his one true love: his WIFE (hence the many flashbacks that a lot of people here disliked).
I think the message here was "live your life the way you wanna live it" (with or without kids, no one cares!), and this applies also to your death! Bill decided that he'd lived long enough and that now was time to move on to the next level.
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Sure. There was that scene in which Bill dreams of Sookie lulling their baby, but when he gets close he sees only blackness in the baby's face. And then he uses that as a justification for his suicide. I'm saying don't buy that.
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The funniest thing was that I had made my own ending the night before watching and the idea was; Sookie ends up with an average human, and Eric and Pam get rich, though Bill dies after Eric gets faced with having to choose between Pam and Sookie after the yakuza attack the house, (which reminds him of Sylvie) however Bill sacrifices himself for both and kills the yakuza guards giving Eric the chance to kill the rest. Sookie would find a man but would sit on her front yard looking out and knowing that though her life is normal she'll remember all the crazy and supernatural things she has seen. Across her fence she see's an imaginary Eric ad Bill smiling at her from across the fence, while her husband hands her lemonade. Sookie goes to a hill, and looks across the open town of Bon Temps smiling, and shouts 'I am Sookie Stackhouse this is where I belong...' Eric gets rich with Pam, and Bill just goes because I kind of lost emotion for him, but I still feel like his heroic sacrifice would help us remember the Bill we fell in love with in the first series. I feel like this would have made fans pleased, because it just seems fitting for Sookie.

After seeing the finale and realizing a lot of my idea was included I saw that actually they did what I thought but butchered it. I don't see clinking glasses at thanksgiving very interesting at all. After deep consideration of it all, I feel like in season 6 they should have killed Warlow off midway, and Eric should have proposed to Sookie. Causing Sookie to have doubts. The whole vampire concentration camp thing still goes on however Eric is not there, but he finds out Nora is and saves her with Sookie. Bill manages to save the vampires and still feels guilty about what has happened with him and Sookie. Eric flies off to Sweeden with Bill's blood only to enjoy one last time in sweeden before his marriage to Sookie. Unexpected incident occurs and Eric's death may have just happened. A scared and terrified Sookie marches off to find the missing Eric, leaving Bon Temps just before the attack of Hep-V vampires. Season 7 would revolve around Sookie searching for Eric and then bumps into Pam. The two set off to find Eric dying of Hep-V. A distraught Sookie asks Eric to return to Bon Temps though his wishes to die conflict with her hope. Pam mentions Sarah Newlin's freedom and that convinces Eric it was time to find her. Sookie comes back to a destroyed Bon Temps and the townsfolk hate her for not being there. Bill defends Sookie widely, and Sookie tries to convince Eric to help. Eric refuses and leaves with Pam to do his business with Miss. Newlin. A sad Sookie helps clean up the mess of the Hep-V vampires and gets very close to Bill. Alcide is her best friend, and manages to save Tara from death. Jessica and James never happened, and James is a new wanderer in Bon Temps who manages to find his way to Lafayette who gives up the drug dealing to start a normal life with James. In the finale Sookie would have been faced with the Hep-V vamps and the Yakuza, causing an all bloody warfare. However with the help and convincing of the towns-people, the healthy vampires, and other supernatural forces they are able to win the attack. Bill still dying from sacrifice. Bill's dying wish is that Sookie leaves Eric for good and starts a normal life. She is reminded of all the times Bills ruined her and decides that it's time to stop taking his advice and thanks him for saving her...and that she hopes he finds peace. Sookie yells at Eric for a brief part to tell him that if they are to wed he cannot leave her. Eric tells her they are two very different people and still depart. A sad and alone Sookie in her house is then greeted by Pam who tells her she needs to find Eric because behind his strength is love for Sookie. Sookie agrees and finds him and they share one amazing love scene in the forest. They wed the next day with Sookie in a bloody gown, and Eric in a sexy suit with Pam as a sort of demonic flower girl - this bloody wedding is very GoT however suits the two's surprise and quick wedding. (That is probably too far fetched but whatever it's cool). Sookie knowing she'll never have a normal life is probably for the best because she ends up embracing the fact that she isn't normal and that the most beautiful things are strange. Eric offers to turn her vampire but Sookie refuses because she still wants to have a mixture of a strange and normal life. Jessica ends up with Jason. Hoyt never returns. Pam becomes the head of the New Blood factory along with Eric who is able to support Sookie with new blood and Fangtasia. Sookie lives with Eric in a beautiful home and knows even though she can't see him at day his presence is always with her. She goes to the forest at night fall with Eric and embraces the crazy elements of this world and bows across the vast town seeing the ghosts of all that has died in the series saying the words 'I am Sookie Stackhouse this is where I belong.'


I've got way too much time on my hands, I know. However this would be such a good ending. Sorry for the length, I should probably submit this on some fan-fic site. :'D I'm not sure if you agree but season 6 and 7 really let this show go... this rewrite/tweak would have been so much more interesting. Though I guess I'm not a writer for HBO's true blood so my ideas mean nothing. #RetakeTrueBlood would be a cool trend though! :'D
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I thought it would have been cool if Sookie went ahead and Light Balled Bill but instead of killing him it turned him human (killing the vampire part) - leaving them both human.
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But then she staked him anyway, mistakenly thinking she needed to finish the job, and getting arrested for murder when he doesn't pop, but just dies like a human. Then we can have a Faith from Buffy-esque Sookie going dark side, continuing the series in a new more interesting direction.
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I was thinking that Bill's Hep V, infected with Sookie's blood, would actually transform him into a human. Especially because Sookie was able to hear his thoughts. And right before she kills him, they'd realize that he became human. That would've been better than impaling him.
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Here's how TB ended in my head -
Alcide and Sookie did not get together at the end of Season 6 so he doesn't die trying to save Sookie after she does something really stupid.
Sookie and Bill do not have one last fling though he does still get Hep V but from somewhere else.
There is a huge showdown between the guys who want to profit from Sarah Newlin's blood and the good guys who want it be free for everyone. Bill sacrifices himself heroically to save Sookie and friends redeeming himself for all the shitty stuff he has done in the last few seasons and we don't have to endure his boring flashbacks.
After the good guys win Jess and Hoyt get married and so do Lafayette and James so half the wasted time of the wedding in the finale can go to them and we actually get to hear Lafayette speak!!!
Then round the table at the happy ending we see a pregnant Sookie with Alcide, whose patience is finally rewarded.
Pam, Eric and Ginger would feature prominently somehow, probably getting rich by franchising Fangtasia.
Sarah just gets killed but its not quick so she gets what she deserves.
There! Now I feel much better.
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THANK YOU! Finally an ending I can live with. I will pretend that this is what I saw and not that pathetic waste of my time that was the entire last season of TB.
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ive enjoyed this ending full closeure plus you sayd Lafayete had no closure? wtf did you even watch? the ending was complete everyone had good ending ,comeon..even bill,he was tired from his existance as a vamp,this was said in begining of the show,and ended with him accepting the true death,and Suki providing him with release,while completing his wishes for her to have a normal life with children around her
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Bill Compton as a character should have been staked long ago but I suppose that was never going to happen with the actor married to his leading lady. Convenient for him no doubt.

Bill Compton was no hero and the subtext for anyone intelligent to see it was quite clear about this from the very first season onwards.

Sookie's 'love' for Compton was ever only blood induced but compounded by guilt and her kind heart both of which Compton never failed to exploit.

The pathetic retcon of serial killing rapist Compton in the final season was embarrassing as Buckner had no imagination to create a credible send off.

The ego of Moyer was never going to allow a reunion of Sookie and Eric whose love story had far more credibility in a few brief episodes of season 4 than 7 seasons of whiny Compton and his manipulations could ever pretend to.

Compton was a coward and a sadistic, narcissistic, controlling abuser until the end as he proceeded to guilt his pathetic blood zombie into putting an end to him.

The whole final season was a nauseating and quite embarrassing pandering to Moyer's inflated ego and it was laughable at best.

We were supposed to forget the reality of what we had seen in earlier seasons and how his actions always contradicted the honeyed lies that fell from Compton's mouth whenever his lips were moving.

We were expected to believe that the sun now practically shone from the rear end of special snowflake Bill. Not bloody likely.

The best part of the finale was Compton finally getting the true death that was far too long overdue.
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I guess I liked the informercial bit because it was a callback to all those informercials and publicity stunts Nan Flanagan gave up on using Pamela in.

To watch her rock that informercial, with Eric as the Steve Newlin to Pam's Sarah Newlin, both of the stealing the signature pose - and product! - of so many people that stole so much from them:

  • Mr. Gus Jr.,
  • The Fellowship of the Sun,
  • the Magistrate,
  • Nan Flanagan,
  • the Magistrate
  • and so many Kings & Queen (including Russell & Sophie Ann)
felt like victory because Pam & Eric where still standing. mocking them, getting rich with the very tools they were using and saving as many vampires as their enemies were trying to get rid off. In one.single.scene.



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Goodbye, True Blood. I don't think I'll miss you all that much, but thank you for being a decent (campy, ridiculous, silly, what have you) entertainment most of the time.

While I enjoyed this final season overall, this last episode was wholly uninspiring. Leave it to this show to whip up a sudden wedding or dispose of one of its main leads in a completely messed up, unsatisfying way.

Bill's speeches to Sookie and his entire line of reasoning felt very flat. At least he seemed to express more convinction when talking about it to Eric.
But really, that's how he ended? Asking the love of his life to kill him with a ball of light (and then with a stake) and not thinking that it might leave some psychical scars on her psyche? Forcing a wedding before performing his elaborate euthanasia scheme? Ugh. That nearly erased whatever sympathy he's managed to win back as of late.
For a moment there I thought that Sookie's blood really might be reverting Bill back to his human form (a theory that's been floating around) - especially after she started hearing his thoughts - and that some happy ending might be in the cards for both of them, but no, nothing of the sort. And I wouldn't mind if Bill's death at the very least managed to rival that of Godric's in its emotional delivery, but it didn't even come close.

So I believe that the ending of the show topped the (poorly received) ending of the books? The main protagonist ends up with a random faceless guy and is set to have a child or a few. Classy.
The final party was a nice enough touch (TB likes its parties, if someone hasn't noticed by now), if only to get one last look at everyone, but they clearly needed more children. Not nearly enough children between all of them. Poor vampires.

Ah well. Yet another story ending with a whimper and on a fully forgettable note. This seems to be a semi-regular theme these days.
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Thank you so much for your review. I think exactly the same... It was pathetic. Im happy that I wasnt the only one so enraged...
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c'mon please, that was pathetic... 2 things:
1. thank you for making it so much easier not to miss the show cos that was just rubbish.
2. make a movie or a new show just with Eric & Pam,
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There's no force on this earth that could make me watch Twilight. They should send all the movies and books to Guantanamo and replace waterboarding with the viewing and reading of that atrocity. As for TB, you make a great point about Bill's death. I don't care about Bill, both him and Sookie could have died and I would have LOVED the finale.
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I never fully got the LGBT analogy in this show because of what vampires were capable of, how they easily terrorized humans and I see that Alan Ball had some reservations too: http://nypost.com/2009/06/23/flesh-blood/
Anyway, the finale was a snoozefest and I am glad it's over. I've lost interest in teh show and the characters long time ago, but I still didn't want to quit. This should be a lesson to me.
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That last supper ending would have been better after them all finishing off a 'big bad' BUT they didn't so it sooked monkey ass

Bills Euthanasia just left me going wtf!!

If Lafayette could 'communicate' with the dead
why did they have to go junkie to force Taras warm fuzzy moment

Pam and Eric should have had a better ending than returning them to series 1 riches..but still found it funny...ish
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It wasn't as bad as you're saying. I guess when one doesn't insist on seeing a metaphor in every choice and goes with the story, it was easier to accept these decisions as story-motivated. Actually, this was an okay finale from a show that ruined its great premise as early as season three, limped through four and five and began to regain its footing (a little) after that (but obviously never returned to the greatness of the first season). I didn't hate either the ending or the entire season (and I was fully prepared to).
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I'm on the fence with this.

I completely agree with you that TV characters are not metaphors and I kind of hated the review for focusing on "issues" rather than the story itself.

However, the story/plot itself suffered greatly and that was only too evident in the last episode.

They set up villains all through this season (Hep-V vampires, scorned Violet), only to take them out early in the game, leaving only the uninteresting and unthreatening Yakanomo clan. They were only ever "threats" to Eric and Pam and Sarah Newlin. The last episodes fizzled out with no real danger in the mix.

They kept creating and following unnecessary and forced storylines: Lafayette and Lettie Mae's quest for... closure? Sookie and Bill's very forced last fling which only functioned as a set-up for the big death scene. Hoyt and Jessica getting back together again (right after Jessica had sex with Jasoon... again?).

Not to mention Bill persuading Sookie to kill him. That was lazy, just lazy.

On the other hand, it only seems right that Bill dies and Sookie has a "normal" life.

And I really enjoyed the Jason/Brigette interaction and growing romance and I would always look forward to their next shared scene. I even actually liked their "happilly ever after" four years down the line.

And Eric & Pam. They were always villains-on-hold (Pam less so, she never hid the fact that she loathed everyone except for Eric). mildly (or wildly) annoyed by human troubles and only waiting to get back to what they like. Well, they got everything they wanted and more, and I am not going to complain about it!
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it's like they combined the endings of How I Met Your Mother and The Sopranos :(
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Game of Thrones has regular episodes that are better than this Finale!!!!

I will choose to remember to good times of which there was many-bye True Blood-maybe I should read the book closure this was not!
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From what I heard, the book series ending pissed off a ton of readers
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im just grateful its over -.- i was watching it out of loyalty rather than enjoyment ....good riddance
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Not sure if loyalty is the right term. Investment perhaps? I felt the same. The finale wasn't a disappointment, because I am genuinely happy this show is finally over.
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There are just too many holes. Bill's logic was that Sookie would always gravitate to him because he was a vampire and she was a fairy and he wanted her to be able to have kids.

She had the same type of relationship with Eric and neither of them even blink now when they're in the same room together.

And I'm at a loss how Bill dying would keep Sookie from wanting another vampire. Didn't work while he was alive...

Bill would have died anyway... why do the suicide mess?

Anyone have answers to these?
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That is such a good point. Vampires will keep being attracted to Sookie, and their mental silence would presumably still be attractive to her. Strange she got over the discomfort she felt listening in on her partner's thoughts, considering that was perhaps the defining aspect of her character in the premise!
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I think the only reason why Sookie could hear Bill's thoughts was to finally convince her that he was sincere, and that she needed to help him. But, this goes against the canon of the whole show! Again, WTF
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Yes, I don't like how they completely disregarded the attraction between Sookie and Eric (which was always more believable than the forced thing with Bill anyway).
I kept wondering about the suicide either: how was it better that she plunged that stake into him? It was a matter of hours anyway.
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VERY disappointing!! The entire season has been full of dead end plot lines that seemed to be leading to something exciting and would just fizzle.

As for Eric, it almost felt like the actor left the show last season but agreed to cameo a few times this season. Most of his scenes were outside the storyline of what was happening in the main show and he had very little interaction with the main characters. Similarly with Tara.
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If you didn't like this ending, there is always the books. That's another story - pun intended.
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I am seriously considering the books...
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Do! They are fun and easy. I recommend them for the holidays or when you have to much time on your hands.
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Not the best series ending but it wasn't terrible either.

Honestly I stopped giving s**t about Sookie around season 2-3 and Bill around the end of season 1. For me the main character was Eric, Pam his sister (his story line in general). I wouldn't mind at all if there was no Sookie, Bill, Sam, Hoyt,... I did like Jason, Jessica & Lafayette. HBO should make a spin-off following Eric and Pam some 5 years later or something.
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