True Blood Season 6 Episode 8
camp will put him in a prime position to save the vamps when the time comes, and gives us even more of a chance to see what's going down at the vamp camp. Aside from the Big Fight sire vs progeny the tests, the mental probing, the steady supply of fresh blood for those that cooperate the glimpses we've been given prove that the thing is frighteningly ambitious. Whatever the plan is, it's going to have to be just as frighteningly ambitious. And hopefully, involves an end to the manipulative ex Mrs ex Rev Newlin.Click here to Watch True Blood Season 6 Episode 8 Online Free in HD
Across town, Bilith has started his own miniature internment camp, with just the one resident the half-vamp half-faery Warlow. Yes, there was twice the sire vs progeny action this week, thanks to the revelation that Litith is responsible for Warlow's existence, which gives the whole Warlow-is-the-only-thing-that-can-kill-Lilith thing an unusual twist. As he's committed matricide once already, it seems unlikely that Bilith will fall for it twice, particularly as Warlow is the perfect daywalking solution to Bilith's problems. Things are getting very complicated for Bilith at the moment, what with being a prophet, trying to save the vamps, trying not to be killed by Warlow, and of course dealing with the eventual fallout from Jessica's feeding frenzy. There's just no smoothing over experimenting on and then eating someone's kids. No matter what happens, Bon Temps is unlikely to forgive that.
Although, they're unlikely to be as unforgiving as Sookie's father. There's a man who holds a grudge, no? As Laff's possessions go, this one was at least interesting. And if we have to have a possession or two in order to compensate for the lack of faeries, it's a deal we'll happily take. Sookie's shot herself in the foot just a little bit though, having severed all ties with any vamp that could save her, and not trusting Jason with her plan, it's going to take a miracle or a severe blow to Laf's head to stop her dad. It'll be interesting to see exactly where this goes...
So, we're halfway through the season and the pace hasn't let up for second. With so much going on, it's still hard to discern exactly where the main story will end up, but it's safe to assume that the camp will play a big part. What's less certain is who exactly who will survive their internment. Can it be possible that all our fave vamps will make it out alive? The camp now has a full set (minus Nora where is that bird?) and given that they all escaped the Authority intact, is there any way they can be that lucky twice? We can but hope. With a season of this calibre it would be a damn shame to lose anyone before they get a stab at season seven.