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A long-lost relative reveals himself to Jason and Sookie. After Tara is victimized by a new government weapon, Eric takes matters into his own hands in an effort to thwart Burrell's ... See full summary »

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A long-lost relative reveals himself to Jason and Sookie. After Tara is victimized by a new government weapon, Eric takes matters into his own hands in an effort to thwart Burrell's anti-vampire initiatives. On the road to work, Sookie is drawn to a handsome stranger who shares her faerie abilities. Sam is unnerved by supernatural-rights zealot Nicole, and is confronted by Alcide and Martha about Emma's future. Bill contemplates the scope of his heightened powers. Written by Once

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(with spoilers) steadily going into the vampire theology...
24 June 2013 | by (Arizona) – See all my reviews

Lilith appears in Bill's trance/coma/dream and tells him that (1) God exists but is neither Bill nor Lilith; (2) there will be a series of events unraveled biblically. I am curious about the vampire theology, so far it has not fleshed out to its fullest yet.

The last two seasons were the most enthralling to me, part of the reason is that the cryptic vampire authorities have been unveiled in a dramatic way. The vampire liturgy was mesmerizing, especially the part in Aramaic. But I did expect that the show would take a stand that God exists. We will see how it goes in a profanely godly way.

I love the scene in which the comatose Bill telekinetically transmogrifies the human-edible lady in all possible ways in order to squeeze out her blood and feed on the hang-in-the-air blood stream directly as his progeny was stunned with her jaw dropped. Bilith is quite amusing, as far as I am concerned.

Lafayette thy-middle-name-is-wrong-place-in-the-wrong-time continued his bad luck. He sincerely should invest more time in his own voodoo folk instead of hanging out with supernatural creatures, who, not surprisingly, enjoyed to punch him right in his pretty face. I hope he is the one who will take out Bilith.


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