True Blood: Season 6
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Now its sixth unforgettable season, True Blood is HBO's sexy, scary, wildly entertaining series from Oscar- and Emmy-winner Alan Ball (Six Feet Under) and based on the Sookie Stackhouse novels by Charlaine Harris. In addition to returning TB favorites - led by human/faerie hybrid Sookie (Anna Paquin), her unlikely vampire ally Eric (Alexander Skarsgård), and newly reconstituted supervamp Bill (Stephen Moyer) - Season 6 introduces several jarring storylines that threaten what little sense of normalcy remains in and around Bon Temps. As "Billith" comes to terms with his newfound powers after emerging from a pool of blood at the end of Season 5, Louisiana Governor Truman Burrell (new cast member Arliss Howard) declares open season on vampires, replete with novel anti-vamp weapons and a high-tech internment camp. Meanwhile, Sookie and Jason steel themselves for an encounter with the killer of their parents: the mysterious and ancient Warlow, whose identity remains a troubling mystery as the season unfolds.
- Inside the Episodes (10 Clips)- Get the backstories on each of the episodes with revealing interviews with the show writers.
- 5 Audio Commentaries with the cast and crew including Executive Producer Brian Buckner, Stephen Moyer (Bill), Carrie Preston (Arlene), Amelia Rose Blaire (Willa), and more!
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I really like True Blood and I'm able to watch really bad fantasy crap like Lord of the Rings or even bad zombie movies. But this season is so full of plot holes, it was unbelievable. I don't want to write up a bunch of spoilers, but wow it was bad. Trust me. If I'm saying this is bad, it's bad.
Here is one minor spoiler:
A vampire goes into a room and saves someone by feeding them his or her blood. But it is not clear why that vampire did not simply remove the person from the room instead. This is important because feeding the person weakens the vampire later, which creates an important conflict that the vampire could have easily foreseen. (It wasn't just my preference for how that person got saved).
Also, a vampire gained a special ability by doing something and was later punished when that special ability wore off. Yet the same vampire had previously received the same ability by doing the same thing and should have known that the ability would go away.
I saw a number of reviewers complaining and thought they were being too picky. I watched the first half and thought that this was a pretty good season and didn't see what their beef was. The last 4 episodes, though... So ... bad. In all the other seasons there is at least 1 event that everything gets built up to and it gets resolved in the finale. Not this season. All conflicts came from characters suddenly acting out of character for no reason. Almost all of them are resolved by the sudden appearance of a character that has no reason to be there. Or by glamouring a human.
Then came season 6 and the fire was back, had to watch. As for the last two episodes, Bravo!
Not sure I'll watch season 7, but season 6 was a great way to end this series.
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