Robert Kazinsky says True Blood finale is “the most action-packed episode of the season.”

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In an interview with Access Hollywood, True Blood newbie Robert Kazinsky says that this Sunday’s season finale is “the most action-packed episode of the season.”

He wasn’t giving away much by way of specific events, but Kazinsky had a few more teases to share:

“I’m nervous,” Rob told Kit Hoover and guest co-host Alfonso Ribeiro on Wednesday’sAccess Hollywood Live, when asked if he was excited for fans to see the showdown. “There’s a lot happening this Sunday, especially with Warlow and Sookie.”

And the action will be even more surprising/provoking than Warlow and Sookie’s [Anna Paquin] infamous faerie-world cemetery romp.

“It’s lot worse than that. There’s a lot of scary things that have to happen this Sunday to tee us up for next season,” Rob explained. “It’s been a fairly action-packed season – we’ve already lost a lot of characters and we’ve seen a lot of gore. There’s been a lot of crazy stuff and we have one more episode to finish everything off and I think it’s the most action-packed episode of the season.”

Fans may want to keep one of Lafayette’s hankies nearby to dry their eyes during the finale, as Rob said the show will lose more than one character on Sunday (after already having lost Todd Lowe’s Terry Bellefleur and Michael McMillian’s Steve Newlin this season).

“[The finale has] action, sex, flying, death, biting, blood. It has multiple deaths!” he told AccessHollywood.com prior to his AH Live interview on Wednesday. “It has everything you could want.”

(Keep reading for Kazinsky’s take on sex scenes…)

Fan of the Southern Vampire Mysteries since 2001, and co-admin of True-Blood.net since 2008. Team Sookie!

5 Comments

  1. henrique

    August 14, 2013 at 3:52 pm

    I believe that the 6 season was the most exciting since the premiere of the series in 2008, but also I think that the plot of series is not more interesting than another seasons. The Warlow story leave everything confuse and overrated, I Think that the writer should based more on the books taking out all the crazy from the vampires world, I definitely agree many points like that flashback to the season one and the story of War between human and Vampires but Just It!, I am tired of religion, sex without sense, blood, Fairly powerful and werewolves relationships. Back for Origen Please! Bring Back the Vampires at Night, Queens and Kings, Merlotte’s and Sookie like a Waitress, the love Between Sookie And Bill, The Angry of Eric, Hoyt, True Blood Bottles, Mom of Tara and Plot’s involving Marriage, Andy and Holly life, Jason back to cristal and become panter, and The conflict between Werewolves and Vampires!

    • Altagracia Hedrington

      August 14, 2013 at 4:23 pm

      God, I hope Warlow doesn’t die at the end of the season i love his character!!! 🙁

  2. Vampiremaniac

    August 14, 2013 at 7:43 pm

    Ohoh! The show will lose more than one characters this finale?! Why are you doing this, Rob? I thought deaths were over and I was so relieved… Oh, well… As long as is not Sookie, Bill, Eric, Lala or Pam I will handle it…

  3. Toni

    August 16, 2013 at 9:52 am

    I wonder why he’s nervous he’s been talking his character up all season long……..multiple deaths that might get my interest peaked……there is Alcide that probably got abjured from the pack, Ben/Warlow (who we still don’t know the full nature of his purpose or reason of being), Lillith can finally get lost and take her powers from Bill. i wonder about Willa since Eric skipped out on her will she be able to protect herself, and Tara. We have to endure Violet for another season…….I was worried about lack of Eric but now I’m not. The new Sookie can go she started the season off strong but some how got lost along the way.

  4. Toni

    August 16, 2013 at 9:56 am

    Oh and I forgot Sarah Newlin.