Okay, I’m a slow-poke when it came to writing this review for “Fresh Blood.” In fact, I thought the finale was supposed to air Labor Day weekend (don’t always believe what you read on IMDB) and was content at just writing a review of both episodes. Because truthfully, “Fresh Blood” feels like the first half of a two-parter. Even though True Blood episodes always string together narratively anyway.
It seems as though having hot sex with two hot vampires is not enough these days, and Yvette is out for some petty revenge on Eric and Pam. However, instead of making a beeline to the cash register or Eric’s vault where I’m sure the code is Godric’s birthday divided by the minutes it took Eric’s father to die from werewolf bites, Yvette runs downstairs to unchain Sookie. Don’t say no one every did anything nice for you, Sookie. Then sadly, Yvette and Sookie interrupt Pam macing Bill (silver mace). Poor Pam gets tied up with silver chains (again) and threatened with mace. Continue reading “True Blood 3×11 “Fresh Blood” TV Review”
Things are certainly gearing up for True Blood‘s season finale. “I Smell a Rat” was definitely a set-up for everything that’s going down. So here’s my speculation (which I’ll try to keep out what I know from the books, though Alan Ball doesn’t always follow those): Continue reading “True Blood 3×10 “I Smell a Rat” TV Review”
Before the spoiler cut, this was the best ending ever. If you hated everything else in True Blood 3×09 “Everything is Broken,” you need to stick through until the last scene. It’s brilliant and over-the-top. Just in the perfect way that keeps me coming back for more.
Oh, True Blood, I’m glad to see you’re back in form. Good old, supernatural soap opera. I just can’t stay away from you. “Hitting the Ground” was an overall pretty satisfying episode, and they’ve dropped/ended most all the plots which made me cringe with horror and explode all over my blog with rage about.
— I did love Sookie’s line to Lorena: “You wouldn’t know love if it kicked you in the fangs!” That’s classic Sookie Stackhouse right there.
True Blood is truly back-in-style with the cliff hanger ending for this episode, Trouble. I wanted the next episode NOW. Damn you, soap opera about vampires, werewolves, and other supernatural creatures.
Wow, I so did not like this episode. In fact, this may be the worst episode of True Blood to grace my screen. In fact, I found “It Hurts Me Too” to be downright misogynistic. There are four women in “It Hurts Me Too” who are preyed on, and one of them, we’re supposed to be cheering on her destruction. Overall, it left a really bad taste in my mouth, and I left my couch disgusted and not looking forward to the next episode (in two weeks due to the holiday). Continue reading “Reviews True Blood 3×03 “It Hurts Me Too””