TONIGHT ON TRUE BLOOD: “In the Evening” {Live Chat}

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Last week on True Blood we lost two characters, one an old friend who we mourned and another who fell victim to beheadonism that we cheered. Plus there was that weird sex scene at the end of the episode. This week is the fallout from both deaths and Sookie (seemingly) doing the tango with Warlow.

Eric makes a last-ditch attempt to save Nora by pledging allegiance to Bill; Sam ignores Alcide’s warning and returns to Bon Temps; Sarah vows to get revenge on Jason; Jessica shows her gratitude to a fellow prisoner.

“In the Evening” premieres tonight at 9/8c on HBO.

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  1. christopher

    July 28, 2013 at 7:39 pm

    Im wonder how this all ends

    • Toni

      July 28, 2013 at 9:26 pm

      I don’t I’ve seen what I’ve wanted to see. Welcome to Bon Temps Benlow. I think Sookie has jilted the wrong vampire her wham bam thank you attitude is not going to be tolerated by Warlow and now the plot thickens. Benlow has bit off more than he can chew wait until Sookie finds out what he did to Jason, the fairies in the meadow, and Niall. Warlow may be over 6000 years old but Sookie and her friends are going to kick his butt and I can’t wait.

  2. Sandra

    July 28, 2013 at 10:17 pm

    I don’t know how Alcide is going to get out of there alive with the pack not trusting him, hope Sarah dies a slow death and one thing I do not get of a fairy-vampire–if they are out in the sun+ night then do they ever sleep?