‘True Blood’ Recap: Sookie’s Past Comes Back To Kill Her — Again

Sun, July 14, 2013 10:00pm EDT by 16 Comments
True Blood Sookie Drowns
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M

Posted at 11:43 AM on July 15, 2013  

Best episode yet! I hope Bill can save the vampire race in the long run :) yeah keep them coming!

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Leon

Posted at 11:21 AM on July 15, 2013  

Exsanguinated: Something Bill Compton commented on in the first season when questioned about a murder by the Sheriffs at the time. So shouldn’t the daughters be nothing more than dust – the way we saw Warlow kill the tribe in the flashback? And if the other 3 aren’t dust, aren’t they still somehow alive?

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Shannel Julius

Posted at 4:00 PM on July 15, 2013  

I was thinking the same thing. If they aren’t dust then they are alive, but then again they are half human maybe that changes the whole dust process somehow.

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Rockn Robyn

Posted at 4:58 AM on July 15, 2013  

Loving season 6 of TB..!!! the only draw back is the werewolfs,Alcide.Sam,& Terry boring s/ls… Loving the VAMPS !!!!

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Diane

Posted at 1:36 AM on July 15, 2013  

Loved the episode, love the show, have from the beginning.

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eab

Posted at 1:17 AM on July 15, 2013  

the big question: DID SHE WROTE A WILL?

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Nick

Posted at 10:37 PM on July 14, 2013  

damn.. save for the good performances of Anna Camp (Sarah Newlin) and Karin Bauer (Pam).. I don’t give a sh*t to this Warlow and Billith’s stuff.. all this plot is getting boring and tiresome.. overall was a bad episode.

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Andy Swift

Posted at 10:54 PM on July 14, 2013  

Right? Especially upsetting after last week was so good!

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Jess

Posted at 11:56 PM on July 14, 2013  

You both are morons. I thought it was a great episode & the others before it. I’m tired of you guys always downing every effin’ episode on True Blood. If you don’t like it THAT much, then change the channel & watch a different show. And stop complaining like a bunch of preteens.
True Blood is for mature adults only, not teenagers that blush whenever someone says s*x.

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Kenyanna Dyer

Posted at 12:40 AM on July 15, 2013  

O_O

Just because someone doesn’t like what you like doesn’t mean you should insult them and hate on them! That reminds me of the people who use start wars over the simple fact of: I dont like what you believe in and since you don’t see things my way you must burnnnn!!

-_- yeah kinda over did it there but still. Don’t hate on someone because they don’t see things your way.

 
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bokiluis

Posted at 1:10 AM on July 15, 2013  

Well stated.

 
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Diane

Posted at 1:37 AM on July 15, 2013  

Thank You.

 
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Nick

Posted at 2:45 AM on July 15, 2013  

I’ve watched the show from the very beginning and the episode certainly wasn’t the best, but it was better than many of 5th season (I think). I feel the exact same way this reviewer. Sookie has devolved into a fairy dumb-dumb brainless genital. If someone isn’t impulsively having sex with her regardless of previous character development then they are impulsively killing. Every episode of this season reworks the characters to the point where they are nothing like the characters that we grew to like. There is no sense of extreme danger because something miraculous happens that saves our heroes just in the nick of time. If you want to be forgiving and just watch the show for the sex appeal and supernatural special effects then fine, but this show is off the rails with a tiresome plot of liliths, warlows, wolves etc.

Also changing Sookie’s parents into crazy murderers was a cheap way of making you suddenly like the person Sookie will end up boning the rest of the season by the way.

 
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Andy Swift

Posted at 10:01 AM on July 15, 2013  

Would you prefer a review without opinions? I’ve been a loyal viewer of the show since day one, and will continue to be, but that doesn’t mean I can’t point out when it loses its way.

 
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Luis Boki

Posted at 1:09 AM on July 15, 2013  

Good. Maybe we can count on not hearing your whiny comments on the next episode. Please get over yourself.

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Jake

Posted at 5:13 AM on July 15, 2013  

I don’t want to be that guy, but you could just stop watching. It’s clear the plots and characters probably won’t improve, so stop now while you are haead.

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