True Blood Review: Dead But Not Gone

Much of this week's True Blood episode dealt with Arlene coming to grips with Terry's death as she prepared for his funeral.  

Elsewhere, "Dead Meat" had an opportunity to cut away some dead weight with regard to Alcide and Sam's arcs, but instead brought the two together over a bottle of whiskey.

It was bad enough Alcide had to fight Rikki, but to get an earful from her afterward about how his showing her mercy was a weakness? Ridiculous. Glad to see his pack days are, at least for now, behind him. I was sort of digging he and Sam's little bonding session, but the introduction of a baby had me shaking my head. We've already seen Andy playing the befuddled father this season. I feel like Sam's arc is being written down that same road.

Maybe the writers should think on it and drink on it like Alcide and Sam did. Read More...


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Aug 8, 2013 6:34AM EDT

I hate sara newlin and cant wait for her to reach the true death why is no one bloody eating this holly crazy roller it is time for her to reach the true death. i like alcide and sam way way more then her story and would like to see that over her crazy antics. I wonder will it be eric/ pam terra or jason or jessica or yes let it be steve her ex bring her to an end for petes' sake. This fifth season has jumped the shark and I believe needs to come to a true death ending.

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