True Blood season 6 is coming to an end tonight and in the aftermath of the last Sunday's episode just about anything could happen. Eric took off, Bill didn't die and Sookie saved Warlow's life. Will the Human-Vampire war be over now? Or, has it just begun? And, will Sookie become the Vampire Bride she promised to be?
Spoiler alert: This article contains True Blood spoilers and clips. You've been warned.
Official Synopsis: Bill (Stephen Moyer) discovers that salvation comes at a price; Jason (Ryan Kwanten) senses a vampire attraction firsthand. Sookie (Anna Paquin) examines her future with Warlow (Rob Kazinsky), while Bon Temps braces itself when a new crisis threatens both humans and vampires.
Check out the True Blood finale trailer.
Highlights from the trailer:
- "There are roaming bands of sick and hungry vampires out there and they are on the march." -- It looks like the war isn't ending any time soon.
- Is Jason working with or against vampires now?
- "You want an opportunity to make this right." - Jessica to Bill
- Stakes, Fairie light, big guns.
- Sookie takes blood from someone ... who? And, why?
- "I can't give you back what you've lost."
After Terry's funeral, Sookie and Alcide bond. He reassures Sookie that Jason's a survivor and he'll be okay.
"Don't take this the wrong way, but you surprise me is all. Given what I am not too many people can sneak up on me like that," Sookie says to Alcide. It's nice to see the two of them together. Could this be a hint at a rekindled romance? I doubt it, but they are sweet together.
Speaking of romance, Jason finally puts the moves on Violet ... sorta. And, instead of reciprocating she stalls him, gives him some of her blood and kisses someone else. It's quite a surprise, but then again this is True Blood. Anything can happen!
What will happen to Jason now that he has blood in his system from Warlow, Eric, and now Violet? Vamp blood overload? Imagine the dreams he'll be having!
True Blood airs Sundays at 9 pm ET on HBO.
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