Do you dare risk reading spoilers for the True Blood finale? I hope so! The season three finale airs on Sunday, September 12 at 9 pm, only on HBO. Based on the synopsis, it doesn’t seem like that much will be changing with any of the character’s except for Lafayette and Jason. And for once in my life, I really want some change! That’s right, buddies. Go tell my therapist, because that’s surely a break-through.
The True Blood plot feels a little deadlocked, or as though it’s come to a stalemate. Only so many things can change at once. It seems like Sookie will still be debating trying to stay away from Bill, Hoyt still wants Jessica, Eric still wants to get revenge against Russell, and Tommy is still pissing Sam off.
Where’s the zest? The za-za-zu?
Maybe my summer just hasn’t been exciting enough (I totally chickened out on white water rafting). Am I expecting too much from this season? We’ve certainly gotten a lot… Like character deaths, secrets revealed, shirtless Alcide (which is very appreciated because he looks like a lumberjack in plaid shirts)…
I’m sure I’ll love the episode, the description is just a little lackluster… But maybe that’s for a good reason. Like, say, to conceal plot twists. I just hope that some of these character arc’s get some resolution!
The True Blood finale synopsis is after the jump.
True Blood “Evil Is Going On” Synopsis: Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) grapples with his conscience while plotting his perfect revenge against Russell (Denis O’Hare). Fed up with being “vampire crack,” Sookie (Anna Paquin) considers a new life without Bill (Stephen Moyer) – or any other vampire. Tara (Rutina Wesley) discovers some surprising news about Sam (Sam Trammell), whose rage resurfaces upon learning of Tommy’s (Marshall Allan) latest transgression. Jason (Ryan Kwanten) finds a new calling after warning Crystal’s (Lindsay Pulsipher) family about an impending drug raid. Plagued by visions, Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) turns to Jesus (Kevin Alejandro) for help, and learns his boyfriend has more to offer than companionship. Hoyt (Jim Parrack) hopes for a future with Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll), spurning Maxine’s (Dale Raoul) pleas to wed Summer (Melissa Rauch). Written by Alan Ball; directed by Anthony Hemingway