The biggest question I have right now? Will fans be saying “Thank you” following tonight’s series finale?
Chances of the answer being, “Yes?” Very slim.
Oh, well, here we are at the last episode. I’m a little sad and happy all rolled up into one. I’m sad b/c the show I loved so much and the characters I love won’t be back next year. I’m happy that they won’t continue to be dragged through crazy, incongruous plotting.
I’m prepared for disappointment.
So that’s tonight’s drinking game: whenever I’m disappointed by something. I’m hoping to stay sober. I really am. But I’m betting I’ll be staggering by the end of the night.
The episode synopsis:
Sookie weighs a future with and without Bill. Eric and Pam embark on a new enterprise, while Sarah faces the consequences of her actions. Sam embraces his new life; Andy comes upon an unexpected inheritance.
Item one: If she still needs to “weigh” this–after he’s planning to “die a martyr” and leave her with the guilt–she truly hasn’t progressed as a character.
Item two: Good for Eric and Pam! My shipper heart wants them to rescue Sookie from the Yakuza and herself, but I think that–if the endgame is, indeed, Bill–which is almost certainly is, then Pam and Eric just need to get the hell out of Louisiana. Onto greener pastures!
Item three: Please tell me that Eric gets to kill her–finally. Or will Pam turn her? Hmmm….
Item four: Let’s hope that Sam’s embracing of the new life means he stays away from Bon Temps. (And no Butt shots from him! Not even for old time’s sake.)
Item five: Good for Andy.
In honor of this being the last episode, I’m going to share some of my favorite “funny” pics from the show. We need a laugh.
And now, for some fun: A True Blood worst wig contest!
Have fun! See you tonight!