‘True Blood’ Season Premiere Recap: Sookie Takes A Stand Against ‘Billith’

Sun, June 16, 2013 10:00pm EST by 3 Comments
True Blood Season Premiere
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Posted at 8:52 AM on June 18, 2013  

I just don’t like Bill as Billth. Remember probably the very first vampire to win our affections was Bill. I know Stephen Moyer directed this Season 6 premiere and you always here that actors find being a villain a much more challenging role. And I guess also that since Stephen and Anna are real life couples, it gives them something of a different depth.
That guy doesn’t look like the villain in the hat as Warlow, but, he was instantly creepy. But Himbo, Jason just didn’t get it and he spilled his guts at a million words a minute.
Glad to see Eric and Sookie on affectionate terms, but, I would have much preferred that they pursue the threesome longer than an 1/8 th of an episode.

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Posted at 7:03 PM on June 17, 2013  

I think the old guy that picked Jason up isn’t Warlow but Niall Brignant Sookies great grandfather

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Posted at 8:33 AM on June 17, 2013  

Billith was quite disturbing. I prefer Sookie and Bill together, but, it seems more and more impossible especially after Sookie felt compelled to stake Billith to save Eric. What more evidence does one need that this relationship is far off course. After a grand resurgence skinwalking through Steve Newlin, it was a dramatic goodbye with Sam becoming a makeshifters father on Father’s Day. Billith remains a mystery. And not in a good way.

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