True Blood Season 6 Episode 7 Sookie and Warlow remained in the sanctuary for the rest of the episode, which ended with the two stripping down in typical True Blood fashion. But the most vital scene ocurred when Sookie contemplated turning into a half breed like Warlow. Will Sookie really become a vampire?
In the Evening
Original Air Date: Jul 28, 2013
Guest Cast Arliss Howard: Gov. Truman Burrell Lucy Griffiths: Nora Kelly Overton: Rikki Robert Patrick: Jackson Herveaux Rutger Hauer: Niall
Let’s talk True Blood, True Blood Season 6 Episode 7 shall we? Last night HBO’s hit series aired its Season 6, Episode “Don’t You Feel Me?” and we have to admit that we were shocked by some of the events that transpired in the town on Bon Temps. But before we get knee deep in True Blood, let’s discuss some of the more obvious and, dare we say, predictable moments that occurred on the vampy TV show.
Is it safe to say that everyone knew Sookie was going to survive being drowned in the river? We think so, which is why we’re going to explain the significance of that seemingly transparent scene. While Lafayette was possessed by Sookie’s dead racist father, holding Sookie’s head underneath the water, we learned something important: Warlow actually has Sookie’s best intentions at heart. Just when Sookie’s fate started looking bleak, Bill sensed his ex-girlfriend’s trouble despite his previous claim that she was dead to him. But seeing that Billith had bigger issues on his mind (like saving the entire vampire race), Warlow went to Sookie’s rescue instead. The 3525 B.C.-born vampire snatched Sookie out of the water before blasting a light in Lafayette, which freed him of the Stackhouse spirit. Sookie then banished her father from her life, and Lilith summoned Warlow back to Bill. Sookie, however, intervened and took Warlow to a faerie haven where even Bill’s killer commands couldn’t reach the half breed.
True Blood Season 6 Episode 7 But the bigger events that occurred in the Season 6 episode of “Don’t You Feel Me” were the most surprising: - Eric watches Nora become infected with Hepatitis V, which he also witnessed being put into True Blood in the hopes of killing other vampires.- Bill rips off Governor Burrell’s head. - Terry gets killed. The death of Merloette’s head chef truly tugged at our heart strings after Terry finally found peace due to a vampire’s glamour. But that didn’t stop Arlene’s husband from being shot in the neck outside the restaurant by a former war-vet whom Terry had previously asked to kill him. Does this mean Terry is gone for good?
And True Blood’s stomach-turning moments didn’t end there. When Jason joined the LATVF in hopes of saving Jessica he came face to face with the blonde-headed terror, Sarah Newlin. The Reverend’s ex-wife rattled Jason’s plan when she forced Sookie’s brother to watch True Blood Season 6 Episode 7 a copulation study of vampires, which included his former love, Jessica, fornicating with a vampire-stranger named James. The male vamp, however, refused Jessica’s advances and Jessica watched him get burned under a ray of lights.Next week during True Blood we will see how Bill’s beheading of Governor Burrell pans out during Season 6, Episode 7 of “In The Evening.” Next week’s episode reads: “Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) makes a last-ditch effort to save an ailing Nora (Lucy Griffiths). A tragedy close to home forces Sam (Sam Trammell) to ignore Alcide’s (Joe Manganiello) warning and return to Bon Temps. Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll) shows her gratitude to James (Luke Grimes), a fellow incarcerated vamp, while an emboldened Sarah (Anna Camp) exacts a measure of revenge on Jason (Ryan Kwanten).” “No one must know Truman is dead,” Sarah says during the Season 6, Episode 7 promo. Could the blonde-haired vixen be the vampire’s newest nightmare? It seems that behind Sarah Newlin’s pretty little face is a cruel, cold-hearted anti-vampire activist. Let’s just hope that Jason will get to Jessica before she does! But Jason isn’t the only male character taking a stand for what’s right. After being threatened by Alcide and told not to return to Bon Temps, Sam heads back to the dangerous town when he “learns of a tragedy.” Eric also sucks down his pride when attempting to save Nora’s life. The tall, blonde, and fierce vampire knocks on Bill’s door for help, but when Lilith’s vessel declines, Eric makes it clear that Bill doesn’t have the option to refuse.
Alcide drives Jackson back home after True Blood Season 6 Episode 7 their trip. Despite their tumultuous relationship, Jackson tries to give his son advice. He believes that Alcide is like him and is better off living outside of a pack. Although Alcide seems troubled by his new role, he shuts down his father’s request.‘True Blood’ season 6, episode 7 ‘In The Evening’ sneak peeks
HBO has released three sneak peeks of True Blood season 6, episode 7 “In The Evening” featuring Jackson trying to talk Alcide out of pack life, Jessica’s surprise at vamp camp, and Sam’s decision to return to Bon Temps. Alcide drives Jackson back home after their trip. Despite their tumultuous relationship, Jackson tries to give his son advice. He believes that Alcide is like him and is better off living outside of a pack. Although Alcide seems troubled by his new role, he shuts down his father’s request. Back at the vampire camp Jessica is confronted by some guards. Worried, she follows them into a meeting room. There, she is surprised to find Jason dressed up in his guard gear.Sam calls Lafayette from the road to check on the bar. Lafayette admits that all is not well and Terry has died. Sam is devastated and asks Nicole to have her parents come pick her up. Nicole is worried about Sam going back to Bon Temps. With the death of his friend, however, Sam doesn’t have much of a choice. The synopsis for True Blood season 6, episode 7 “In The Evening” is:
Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) makes a last-ditch effort to save an ailing Nora (Lucy Griffiths). A tragedy close to home forces Sam (Sam Trammell) to ignore Alcide’s (Joe Manganiello) warning and returns to Bon Temps. Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll) shows her gratitude to James True Blood Season 6 Episode 7 (Luke Grimes), a fellow incarcerated vamp, while an emboldened Sarah (Anna Camp) exacts a measure of revenge on Jason (Ryan Kwanten).