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Published On: Mon, Aug 19th, 2013

‘True Blood’ season 6 finale offers deaths, frontal nudity and a time jump setting up ‘True Blood’ season 7

Season six of HBO’s True Blood wrapped up on Sunday night with an episode full of surprises, namely the possible death of a fan favorite character. Additionally, Sookie and Warlow’s wedding day arrives, but it doesn’t go as planned

There’s also a significant time jump in the episode, which sets up some major showdowns for next season, the seventh for the hit show.

alexander-skarsgard-goes-full-frontal-on-true-blood-video-newWarlow showed his true colors, smacking Sookie around a bit as a weakened Bill sets out to help her. He uses Andy’s half fairy daughter to get Bill into the fairy land. Bill and Warlow fight. The fight moves back to the real-world realm of Sookie’s house.

Bill can’t enter the house because he was uninvited. But Grandpa Niall and Jason help protect Sookie, staking Warlow once and for all.

Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) frontal nudity scene is likely to be a topic of discussion for fans, overshadowed only by his trip into the sunlight and possible demise. Skarsgard’s rumored roles in big budget film projects may be forcing the character to take a hiatus, even if it’s only short term.

About halfway through the episode, there’s a time jump, and we’re in Bon Temps six months in the future. There’s been quite a bit of change in town. Sookie seems to be dating Alcide, Bill wrote a book, Sam is the mayor and Arlene is running Merlotte’s, now called Bellefleur’s.

Also, humans are being paired with vampires in order to have protection from the vampires who have been infected by Hep V. The episode ends with a gang of infected vampires arriving in Bon Temps to do some damage.

 

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