Click here for IMDb's full recap of everything that happened on this episode
I'd say that was the best ending of a True Blood episode of all time, wouldn't you? While most episodes are left on a cliffhanger where you're wanting more, ending on Godric's death felt totally satisfying in a way and was the perfect end cap to the episode. Very emotional moment that left Jen in tears and even choked me up a bit. Beautiful, haunting, awesome.
Am I the only one that's not really buying all the main characters surviving that explosion with not so much as a bruise? I mean obviously they can't kill any of those characters but it just felt a little too miraculous to be true. That being said, Eric making Sookie suck silver out of his nipple was gold. I've been saying for a while now that Sookie and Bill's relationship needs to be spiced up a bit and this whole Eric being a part of her thing is just what the doctor ordered. Is Sookie gonna end up hooking up with Eric? Perhaps we'll see a battle to the death between Bill and Eric?
Another great scene of this episode was Jason and Sookie's hotel room chat. Finally those two are reunited and it was another incredibly emotional scene. While Paquin's acting was pretty awful in the beginning of this episode, i'd say she redeemeed herself with this one!
Sam turned into a Merlotte Fly! He's getting real good at this! You'd think he'd be totally free of danger now that he can transform into seemingly anything but next week's episode preview (seen below) seems to suggest that that's not the case.
We got a bunch of Lafayette ass kicking this week, which was a welcome return. Loved how even though Eggs was "possessed" and under Maryann's spell, Lafayette still kicked his ass with no problem whatsoever. I feel like we're getting more and more of the old Lafayette back with each passiong episode. But whatever happened to that dealing V storyline? Did I miss something or did they just forget all about that?
Hoyt has offically become a man! Awesome to see him finally stand up to his mom like that. As Jen pointed out, things are way too good between Hoyt/Jessica and something's probably gonna be going down soon to change that. Will Hoyt's mom kill Jessica or vice versa? Who knows, maybe they'll go on to live happily ever after.
Next week it's back to Bon Temps and it looks like the town has become a total warzone. Knew that was eventually gonna happen and I can't wait to see how it plays out. Looking like we're gonna have a lot of blood and guts on our hands these next few weeks. I'm particularly excited about the idea of an angry Jason being armed with a chainsaw and Bill battling Maryann. How will she be stopped?!