As the holiday weekend approaches, I ponder whether I'd rather have the extra day off to enjoy the weekend or if I'd rather have the True Blood finale episode on Sunday!
After catching up on last week's lead-up episode to the finale, "Frenzy," I'm a little bummed the episode itself wasn't great, but am even more anxious to see how on earth all the new drama of Season 2 will wrap up when the finale finally airs Sept 13!
It seems as if the Light of Day drama won't be returning, but instead the finale will be focused on the battle for Bon Temps between Sookie and crew and MaryAnn. As Bill discovered during his annoyingly long visit with the queen, maenads like MaryAnn have imagined their immortality, but that alone has made it true. Also, she'll only be appeased when this possibly made up god appears and is happy with her sacrifice.
Obviously, as we saw from Jason and Sam's attempts, a fake god won't cut it, so how will Bill find a way for the god to appear? Does Sam actually need to be sacrificed? Will Sookie's newly uncovered powers be what can rule over the evil of MaryAnn?
While I've come to love True Blood even more this season, I'm a little worried that all of this won't come to a satisfactory conclusion.
What do you predict will happen and is there a difference between what you imagine will happen and what you'd like to happen? Also, being the end of a season, it's not all about conclusions but also the cliffhanger opening to the next season, so what kind of cliffhanger will we end up with? Share your thoughts and predictions as we impatiently await the finale!