True Blood: Gone, Gone, Gone Review Comments -


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fenngibbon 8/13/2012 9:33:17 PM

 I agree that that was the most powerful segment in the episode, but maybe you could have at least touched upon a few of the other plot threads?

TheSilentKiller 8/13/2012 11:46:56 PM

 That was an incredibly poignant scene. But... I have to say, did they really need to go the Paranormal Activity route with Sookie? That was a real letdown.

redhairs99 8/14/2012 8:56:01 AM

It was a really great, emotional moment in the series. My only issue was that Jessica was crying "real" tears in the scene. Sure, she wasn't bawling or having tears rolling down her cheeks, but her eyes were watering in that scene rather than blooding (is that the term in this situation?) Anyway, we wasn't crying blood is my point. Will this be explained? Probably not.

lusiphur 8/14/2012 11:26:42 AM

 redhairs - It was probably an oversite.  I actually didn't even notice it due to what was going on in the scene.

TSK - Paranormal Activity route?  Having not seen the movie, I don't know what you're taking about.

fenngibbon - he stated "there were other juicy bits in this episode, and I invite your thoughts and discussions in the comments below."  So let us know what you thought about the other threads.

My wife and I were discussing the episode last night and we were both actually happy that the Sookie storyline is one of the side stories so far this season.  Everybody else has pretty much had a chance to shine with Sookie flitting around the outskirts of everybody's story.  We were also wondering where Arlene & Terry were, but figured since their storyline finished up last week, they went home to enjoy some peace and quiet for the brief amount of time that lasts in Bon Temps.

I have one word for Tara after this week's episode ... badass.  The brief look of pride in Pam's eyes was totally worth it.

And for Luna I have one statement - hooray for b00bies.

Only two episodes left and we still haven't seen Warlo (or however that is spelled).  I'm wondering if they're going to save him for next season.  I certainly hope so, because if they introduce him and kill him off in two episodes, it would be a great injustice.

TheSilentKiller 8/14/2012 3:28:20 PM

 Warlow HAS to be a reference to Salem's Lot?

ryanwareham 8/15/2012 10:22:16 AM

Warlow's going to fit in the finale with Russel Edginton and Lillith. They'll find out Lillith was a faerie who became a vampire and Warlow is one too. Russell will want to find out how to create True Faerie Blood and tie in Warlow somehow.

fatpantz 8/16/2012 8:37:34 AM

Wow....spoiler alert much?

Hopefully this is a speculation and not just you being a fn douche because u read the books

redhairs99 8/16/2012 10:26:17 AM



I would hope that anyone who's watching this show regularly isn't surprised by the possiblity that Lillith is at the very least part Faerie.  I've pretty much been thinking that ever since they all got "high" on her blood.

lazarus 8/16/2012 10:31:35 PM

Red the same could be said of Eric that appears to be tearing up with his sister when seeking Godric again.

No blood real tears. I thought they were going to make him human again.

Question, how is the vamps keeping the continual attacks and rampages off the news? In 3 episodes we have seen at least two instances of mass killings. Seriously, is the public that oblivious? They do realize that once the public finds out they will exterminate the vamps, right?



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