'True Blood' Conspiracy Theory


True Blood sure has a lot of mysteries to unravel, whether it's about vampires, shape shifters, maenads or whatever the hell Sookie is. But there's another mystery that came to my attention as I went through your comments in my article last week. BuddyTV reader Dogdogdog particularly caught my interest when she posted, "i got a question that will make you all think some more... how did the queen know about sookie and bill never mentioned her... and bill never ask the queen how did she know about her... its a set up i think...that queen and bill is plotting something."


Watching the penultimate episode of True Blood's second season already sparked my curiosity as to why Queen Sophie-Ann knew about Sookie without Bill ever mentioning her. But realizing that other people were thinking the same thing certainly got me thinking some more. Then BuddyTV reader Maria1023 enlightened me with the possibility that this could all be part of a conspiracy: Bill and Queen Sophie-Ann are working as a team and that Bill getting close to Sookie is all part of a greater plan.


Though this idea came from the books, I don't really want to consider it as a spoiler since the direction of True Blood has already stirred quite far from the Charlaine Harris novels. But if there's any truth to it, it's a very interesting theory. Seeing the Bill we all love and adore transform into the show's protagonist might just be the most wicked twist ever. It also opens a lot of doors Eric and Sookie's relationship, once Sookie finds out about this.


Still, I'm having a hard time imagining Bill as a villain. If he is, maybe he's one of those bad guys who have turned over a new leaf upon realizing that he's fallen in love with Sookie? What do you think?


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Sep 8, 2009 5:45PM EDT

It seems almost obvious that there is a greater plan in the works. With Sookie's cousin being Sophie-ann's pet and all. Then when Eric and Bill bump into each other it seemed as if Eric was teasing Bill about it, bringing up Sookie drank Bill's blood their first meeting, regardless of a life or death situation, and Bill seemed more perturbed than that event just being a coincidence.

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Sep 8, 2009 6:29PM EDT

I think that the queen took Sookie's cousin as a playing chip a pawn to manipulate Sookie. Dont be ultra paranoid! Bill is not involved but you are RIGHT on the fact that the queen KNOWS about Sookie BUT only because Bill and Sookie are high profile in the vampire world right now, the human and vampire lovers who went against those crazy church fanatics, who were friends with Godfrey, and the fact that a lot of the vampires know that she is a telepath with a lot of the higher up vampires what to use to their advantage.
Just imagine if you were rich and powerful wouldnt you want to have leverage over someone who could read minds? wouldnt you want to keep tabs on them?
Yeah exactly.
Thats how things are with the rich and powerful. Every thing is a game. Its how they amuse themselves
And no I havent read the books so I dont know whats going to happen im just using my intuition. Good job on pointing it out tho I probably would have let it slip my mind without thinking about what was really going on there :)

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Sep 8, 2009 8:23PM EDT

In the second to last paragraph, I think you mean antagonist, instead of protagonist. The protagonist is the hero!And yes, I've always felt there was something a little shady about Bill.

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Sep 9, 2009 5:54AM EDT

As you say in the article, it is from the books. And the whole season has been hinting at it, AND (without spoiling) the repercussions that come as a result.

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Sep 9, 2009 5:54AM EDT

As you say in the article, it is from the books. And the whole season has been hinting at it, AND (without spoiling) the repercussions that come as a result.

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Sep 9, 2009 12:25PM EDT

Mind you all, Alan Ball once said that he really wishes to come to that point where he can blow up the pyramide ;)Coupled with the heavy hinting in the first season I'm pretty sure that there will be issues between Sookie and Bill once she finds out. However, I can't see Bill turning into an antagonist, really, seeing how he seemed to really fall in love with Sookie.Yet again, there will be some serious outcry coming from the book-fans should there be no more positive development concerning the Sookie - Eric relationship...

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Sep 10, 2009 8:53AM EDT

This is a really good plot to follow I think. It could turn out in many different ways.
a) Sookie finds out immediately - dumps bill - goes to ericb) Sookie doesn't find out until the end of the season - dumps bill - goes to ericin either of these bill could tell on eric about selling V and he gets taken away or something with Sookie trying to save him etcc) Sookie forgives bill coz he has turned over a new leadd) Eric and the queen plot against bill to uncover Bills secret etc and Sookie hates Eric for it
of course heaps could happen in between and these are just simple black and white version and i don't have any idea what will happen but i really hope more is going on between Bill and the Queen regarding this stuff
I think the Queen everyone was disappointed not to see in the last episode may come out in season 3. Lets hope so... :)

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Sep 11, 2009 1:36PM EDT

On this note: Remember when Bill was chiding Eric for giving Sookie his Blood? Eric replied to him saying:"unlike u who fed her your blood the very first night u met her." Even Sookies Cousin seems to know about Bills and Sookies relationship. I didn't notice it the first time I watched the Episode though.

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Sep 13, 2009 12:58AM EDT

Ummm yeahhhhh. This is totally all covered in the books, and althought the show has strayed there is still a foundation of the books underneath all the plotlines. Sophie-Ann and Bill are in cahoots with each other completely! Sookie's cousin Hadley got wrapped up in the vampire world (becomes a vampire in the books) and becomes Sophie-Ann's lover and tells Sophie-Ann all about her life and about Sookie. The queen learning of Sookie's telepath powers decides to send Bill who has the Compton house in Bon Temps and therefore a 'reason' to be there, to woo Sookie so that she will work for them, and so Sookie becomes a telepath worker bee for Eric and then for the Queen too. I am not sure Hadley realized that telling the Queen about Sookie would lead to Sookie getting caught up in vampire dealings and meetings. "All Together Dead" (book 7) the pyramid blowing up thing happens, so I think that they are seriously skipping books 3-6 and going straight to 7, which is all right I guess, and it will be exciting.But yeah, in the books Sookie does find out why Bill really came to Bon Temps and she thinks he never really loved her, but he does, and he starts to prove it to her after a while...so they'll probably go along with that. But there will be some Sookie/Eric interaction in between!
I'm rooting for a three way.

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