True Blood Season 6 Episode 8
firsthand; and Bill finds that salvation isn't free. Meanwhile, Sookie considers her future with Warlow as a new crisis poses a threat to humans and vampires alike. Thanks to the True Blood Wikia page, we know that newcomers James, Hido Takahashi, Violet, Dr. Overlark and Adilyn Bellefleur will be sticking around. The cast list also includes Nora who died in episode seven. While we won't be sure until "Radioactive" airs, it's possible that Nora could return in some form (think ghost Godric or a flashback). It could also be a mistake on the Wikia page, but Terry Bellefleur, another season six victim, is noticeably missing.Click here to Watch True Blood Season 6 Episode 8 Online in HD
Episode 10 will also have some new faces; just how big their roles will be isn't yet known. Spoiler TV said "Radioactive" will feature a town meeting and will introduce "a nurse who takes blood samples, and two African American roles: a little girl and a religious woman."
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True Blood's sixth season reaches the halfway point, and the pace hasn't let up for a moment. Here's Emma's review...
This review contains spoilers.
6.6 F*ck The Pain Away
Despite the rather provocative title, there was definitely more pain caused than, ahem, fucked away in this week's True Blood. With twists aplenty, bizarre hook-ups and some very strong evidence that vamps really are not as smart as they ought to be, none of the characters is currently satisfied. Still, at least the place is very nearly faery-free...
Let's start with the idiocy of Eric Northman. Not only has his ridiculous plan to save the vampires by turning the daughter of the Governor failed spectacularly he's clearly never come across fundamentalists before but now the foolish vamp has given himself up to the LAVT in a yellow brick quest to save Pam. Can he really be that naive? You have to wonder how he's managed to stay alive for so long given the stupidity of his plan and that's before he arrived in the gladiator competition that is his payback. It's difficult to see how Bilith's vision of the true death for our fave vamps en masse can come to fruition if the fight is to the death. Which is why, as long as Pam can cover her lies and attack Eric like she really means it, they should both live to vamp another day. Given what we know about Pam, she shouldn't have too much trouble convincing them. We hope.
Speaking of living to vamp another day, it seems Warlow's blood has done quite the number on Jason Stackhouse; his vamp empathy fully restored, he's gone from Die Hard to 12 Monkeys. His joining the LAVT in an attempt to save Jessica is very noble... very mental and noble, however, as he's yet to find out exactly what it is Jess has done, this could end up being an even bigger mess than it is already. And if, as suspected, the ex-Mrs ex-Reverend Newlin is about to announce the pitter patter of a miniature Stackhouse, it'll be very messy indeed. It is however, classic Jason hilariously heterosexual and worryingly dumb.
Of course, Jason's likely posting at the internment