After the publication of the first part, We continue our roundup of the most iconic moments of True Blood; the selection becomes more and more difficult, that unlikely scene this time will win the day?!
True Blood ended and left us to face the fall without the hope of reviewing vampires of Louisiana next summer; to console us and grieve, What's better than a roundup of the most unforgettable moments lived in Bon Temps? Since this is True Blood, “unforgettable” includes a spectrum of scenes ranging from the ridiculous to the disgusting to the absurd, but then, that was nice!
After seven years of airing, Sunday 24 August was broadcast the finale of True Blood, and as all final sparked great controversy among fans; There have been many accusations to authors, But despite a few bumps here and there I don't think it was possible to do better or that the story could end very differently, at least not without losing consistency.
The penultimate episode of the series picks up right where we left off, from Bill who refuses to drink the blood of Sarah with all appropriate; other big star of the bet is Jessica, that finally puts order in his life. However both storyline, However well narrated, they leave me perplexed part.
Unexpected events on all fronts in this episode of True Blood: regarding both Violet and her creepy plan for revenge, both with regard to the main problem of the moment, that is, all the players are sick of Hep-V.
In the last episodes of the latter season True Blood finds the perfect balance between all its distinguishing features: In addition to an unusual introspection and reflection on death, New this year, We find indeed the typical sex scenes (thank you, Arlene) and the typical comic moments almost ridiculous, all accompanied by a rich selection of old characters and references to past, to continue that “back to basics” that the season has focused from the very first episode.
We are officially entered the final phase of True Blood, and this episode served mainly to outline the topics that will be addressed in the last episodes, to lay the groundwork of farewell to the series. And of course, the atmosphere is more tragic than ever.
A typical episode from mid-season: defeated the main enemy of the first arc of season, namely the gang of infected vampires who was to exterminate the population of Bon Temps, True Blood takes a small break from the action and fighting to allow us to catch your breath and enjoy it for a moment last week's success.
Continue the return to the origins of True Blood, with a parade of familiar faces, characters known long ago and lost a little’ of view over time (Hoyt, the Magister, Ginger, Alcide's father) and the plot that closes even more about herself, with the intersection of the storyline of Pam and Eric to Sookie & Co.