Salome (Valentina Cervi) became concerned about Nora (Lucy Griffiths); the two shared a kiss. I was not too surprised to see that happen as she practically made out with almost everyone this season. Bill would not allow Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll) to make a phone call to Jason (Ryan Kwanten) to warn him about Steve Newlin (Michael McMillian) and Russell (Denis O’Hare) coming after Sookie (Anna Paquin). She discussed the possibility of turning Jason into a vampire and Bill called her bluff. Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) and Nora gave into temptation and devised a plan to escape; finally someone realizes the Vampire Authority is in over their head.
The General choose to invade the Vampire Authority headquarters and gave firm boundaries to the chancellors warning them they will eradicate the vampire race if they have to. Eric didn’t take those threats kindly and snapped the General’s neck; allowing him and Nora to plot their escape. Jessica went along with her devious plan to protect Jason, who later took out two vampires. Pam (Kristen Bauer van Straten) and Tara (Rutina Wesley) talked about killing Elijah; they were interrupted by Jessica who begged Pam to hide her in exchange for information on Eric. She gladly obliged, but not before getting a few sensational lines of dialogue in the mix.
Russell compelled Jason to tell him where Sookie was hiding. Alcide (Joe Manganiello) choose to fight off some hungry vampires with his father’s assistance. Sam and Luna were captured by the security guards inside the headquarters, but not before Sam ran into Pam. Bill killed one of the chancellors after he indicated that Lilith choose him; he cleaned up the evidence just as Rosalyn delivered Jessica to him. The two bickered and he slapped Jessica. Lilith appeared before Salome and compelled her to drink her blood. Who hasn’t this woman asked to drink her blood? Steve and Russell went nuts when they found themselves in the midst of faerie land. Grace chooses to confront Russell and ultimately paid for it with her life. The episode concluded with Russell being able to see the faerie hideout.
Next week’s season finale is going to be tense as it looks like a few of our favorite characters and not so favorite characters will bid bon voyage. Until next Sunday “True Blood” fanatics!
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