True Blood Round Table Discussion: “Who Are You, Really?”

True Blood Round Table Discussion: “Who Are You, Really?”

Our round table episode discussion is back! This week for the season 6 premiere, TV Fanatics Matt Richenthal, Leigh Raines and Chris O’Hara invite me to discuss “Who Are You, Really?”, Gov. Burrell, Jessica’s decision, Jason’s mysterious driver, and of course Luna.

What was your favorite quote or scene from the premiere?
Matt: Pam referred to killing Mary Poppins and getting sand in her cooch. Please don’t make me choose between those True Blood quotes.

Leigh: There’s nothing like Eric Northman pulling up in a Denali in the midst of destruction and chaos, lamenting that it’s time to ditch that party! Classic cool Northman. Loved that whole scene and everyone’s reactions to each other.

Chris: My favorite scene also featured our favorite viking, when Eric told Sookie how she will always be that girl in the white dress, the one who walked into his bar. I loved being taken back there to the early days of the show.

Liz: I’ll go with favorite scene since I’m pretty sure favorite quote will be unanimous. I loved the scene between Bill and Jessica when he was trying to ask her to keep him in control because he doesn’t really know what happened to him or what he is. It was a tender moment and I loved it right up to Bill tucking Jessica in. “Sleep tight and don’t let the bed bugs bite.” How cute is that!

Agree? Disagree? Read the rest of the discussion and see what you think!

About Liz

Over-night fan (almost literally) of the Sookie Stackhouse series since early 2008. Co-owner of True-Blood.net. Anxiously anticipating season 6.

3 comments

  1. Just to comment back to Liz saying she didn’t like when Bill tucked Jessica in to bed. I thought that part was a real hint showing viewers what kind of role Bill will be playing in this season. Since he is now more powerful and seeming to be immortal, the parental role can be compared to his. Jessica is also assuming the role of a child since she stayed loyal to him just as a child would to their parent. Bill has a huge authoritative influence on anyone he has in his life. I do think though that he was lying to Jessica though when he was asking for her help. I believe he knows very well what he is and what he is capable of.

    • You might want to re-read that, Lisa. Liz said that the scene with Bill talking to Jessica was her favorite, all the way up to him tucking Jessica into bed. (As in, including that moment.)

  2. Fellow Trubies, is it just me or the writers forgot they killed the Army General? From the trailers, I don’t see anything big coming. It should be an official war by now…