Tonight on True Blood: In the Beginning

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We’re past the halfway point of the season now, and the action on True Blood is heating up! After last week’s shocking death, alliances are in question and the fate of our two favorite vampires hangs in the balance. Plus, who kidnapped Hoyt? Find out in tonight’s episode, “In the Beginning”.

Salome reveals her true allegiances. Bill and Eric get a powerful taste of sacred blood. A revelation at Hot Wings causes Sookie to wonder what her life would be like without faerie powers and Sookie embraces her human side. Meanwhile, Sam sniffs out several shifter shooters; Hoyt finds camaraderie in a new group of friends; Alcide prepares for the worst in his face-off with J.D.; Andy attempts to reconnect with Bud; Lafayette finds an unlikely ally searching for Jesus’ body in Mexico; Lettie Mae (Adina Porter) pays Tara a visit; Arlene takes a sentimental journey as her concerns for Terry deepen.

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  1. Nathan

    July 22, 2012 at 10:38 pm

    I’m kinda thinking that lillith was a hallucination brought about by the blood. There is an eric’s view shot of Nora that mimics the one of her and lillith, but Nora seems to be looking at something Eric doesn’t see.

  2. Carol Christne Adams

    July 24, 2012 at 7:30 pm

    Yes, “In the Beginning” did send us a lot of mixed messages. I also think drugs (psychedelics?) caused the
    Lillith visions. What is the Truth? I will always trust Godric! And, I still think Russell could be Salome’s
    Maker. How else could she “sense” his cement burial or “nap”? Bill should change back to his old self –
    his new vampire persona is not very cool. Eric is always getting nearer & dearer. Hopefully, to
    some degree Alcide will really prove himself too. Russell is a great character but the true death is really
    the only way for him.