After last week's lukewarm episode of True Blood, things are really starting to heat up.
After last week's lukewarm episode of True Blood, things are really starting to heat up. Sarah's efforts to conceal Governor Burrell's death have begun to come apart at the seams, making her more frenzied and maniacal than ever. Also, it would appear that both of the Stackhouse siblings might find themselves in eternally binding contracts: Warlow presents Sookie with an ultimatum, and poor Jason must come to grips with Violet staking her claim.
The end of the episode leaves almost half the cast just seconds away from death, and I'm already mentally preparing myself for a devastating final two episodes. We're going to need a lot of GIFs to sort through this week's insanity. Check out the full recap below!
When Eric Starts Insulting Billith
We all know Eric's capable of spitting fire when he's angry (figuratively, of course, although I wouldn't be surprised if he could spit fire in addition to flying), but it might not be a great idea to taunt a demigod who's already dealing with other frustrations. Let's just be glad Bill lets him go.
Rikki and the pack have gotten ahold of Nicole and her mother, and everyone's pissed because Alcide lied to them. Seriously though, did Rikki really think she could take Alcide? He's basically a giant, handsome brick wall at this point. I was also really torn here, because once Alcide goes in for the kill, part of me was like, "Kill her
!" and the other part was like, "No, don't do it — you're better than this!"
When Vampire Violet Says Jason Is Hers Forever
Jason Stackhouse must have the strongest pheromones ever. The saddest part is when Violet is feeding on Jason and he asks her not to rape him. He has just been through way too much.
Check out the rest of our GIF recap when you read on.