True Blood: At Last Review Comments -


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egoist 7/9/2013 9:48:23 AM

 The good: The shaving scene???? Noooooo! 

Let me try.


The Good: Jess vamping out on the faires with their newly acquired curves.

The Bad: Rutger Hauer getting thrown into the phantom zone. (Gotta love that creepy old fart)

The ugly: The frivolity that is Terry.

joelr 7/9/2013 11:20:34 AM

Ha! Sorry, but the shaving bit was hilarious, how often does one of your main cast lick blood off the big bad's cheek in a wet dream?

Also, I welcome everyone's take on the good/bad/ugly!!

redhairs99 7/9/2013 6:01:35 PM

I'd be surprised if the faerie kids are dead.  I guess it's possible and it would be a cool twist, but I figured by setting up the whole "faeries turn to dust" thing means they are dead.

Joel, I agree on the ugly.  Tara is boring and annoying more than anything.  I had really thought they did the right thing and killed her off a couple seasons ago and then they go and have Pam turn her into a vampire to annoy the shit out of us for an eternity.

blankczech 7/9/2013 7:21:08 PM

The Good:  Sookie telling Warlow to "get the f@?K off me."

The Bad:  Eric having to put Willa into a 6 foot deep hole before he could turn her into a vampire (since when)

The Ugly:  Anything that has to do with Bill and that whole Lillith thing.

The Hilarious:  Rutger Hauer's ever changing ridiculous hairdos.

redhairs99 7/10/2013 7:38:44 AM

blankczech, everyone we've seen on this show who have been turned into vampires have been buried or laying in the ground with their sire.  Bill did it with Jessica and Pam did it with Tara.

blankczech 7/10/2013 8:33:11 AM

 redhairs99,  come to think of are absolutely bad.  Got confused by the different Vampire mythologies in the 1,000s of Vamp movies and books out there.  I'm a simple guy...wish there was one definition...

redhairs99 7/10/2013 9:46:51 AM

 Easy to get confused with all the other mythos out there in the ether.  Makes me scratch my head as to why they decided to have faeries turn into dust the way vamps do when staked in the Buffy-verse.  Though as I typed this out, it kind of makes sense if you think of it as a basis for "faerie dust."  Hadn't thought of that until just now.



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