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True Blood 7 Seasons 2010

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Season 3
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4.6 out of 5 stars (3,470) IMDb 7.9/10

Sookie Stackhouse and the townspeople of Bon Temps face a new calamity--ushered in by the Vampire King of Mississippi and his mutant werewolf followers--in Season Three of the hit drama series based on the novels by Charlaine Harris.

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Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer

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Season 3
1. Bad Blood

Season Three premiere. Sookie turns to Eric for help finding Bill; Andy urges Jason to stay the course; Sam reconnects with his past; and Tara seeks refuge from her grief.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: June 13, 2010
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2. Beautifully Broken

Russell Edgington, the Vampire King of Mississippi, concocts a plan to consolidate his power. Meanwhile, Eric remembers his past; Sam tests the strength of his family bonds; Tara finds an ally in a shady vampire named Franklin Mott.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 56 minutes Release date: June 20, 2010
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3. It Hurts Me Too

In search of Bill, Sookie heads to Jackson, Mississippi in the company of Alcide, a werewolf bodyguard assigned by Eric to protect her; Jason is distracted from his police exams; Bud reaches the end of his rope; Eric bequeaths a gift upon Lafayette.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 58 minutes Release date: June 27, 2010
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4. 9 Crimes

Sookie joins Alcide at a raucous engagement party for his former fiancee; Eric is given a deadline to locate Bill; Andy gets a promotion and draws Jason's attention; Franklin takes Tara on a road trip; Bill 'procures' dinner for Russell and Lorena.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 54 minutes Release date: July 11, 2010
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5. Trouble

Alcide and Sookie turn to an alpha-wolf 'packmaster' for advice on how to deal with Russell's minions. Tara considers a proposal from Franklin; Jason meets his match in a girl named Crystal. An heirloom reminds Eric of his past and his thirst for revenge.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 56 minutes Release date: July 18, 2010
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6. I Got a Right to Sing the Blues

Spurned by Eric, Sookie fears the worst for Bill, whose fate now lies in Lorena's hands. Meanwhile, Tara executes a plan to stave off Franklin's advances. Tommy finds it difficult to leave the family nest; Russell reveals his master plan to Eric.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 57 minutes Release date: July 25, 2010
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7. Hitting the Ground

Sookie's faith in Bill is put to the test. Sam infiltrates a dog-fighting ring. Jason heads to jail to uncover the truth about Crystal; Summer makes a home-cooked play for Hoyt's affections; Debbie vows revenge on Alcide; Eric uses Hadley as bait.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: August 1, 2010
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8. Night on the Sun

Sookie rethinks her relationship with Bill. Sophie-Anne takes up a new residence as Russell plots his next move. Jessica and Bill reconcile; Jason throws down the gauntlet in hopes of saving Crystal; Eric proves the depth of his allegiance to Russell.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 57 minutes Release date: August 8, 2010
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9. Everything Is Broken

Nan Flanagan detours to Fangtasia to confront Eric; Russell vows revenge against his foes; Bill uncovers the truth about Sookie's true identity; Jason gets unexpected help as he goes up against Felton and Calvin; Hoyt confronts his true feelings.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 59 minutes Release date: August 15, 2010
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10. I Smell a Rat

Bill warns Sookie about the dangers she will face. Jesus is intrigued by V. Sam's recent fit of rage triggers dark memories. Eric takes precautions and fulfills a wish; Jessica is torn between Tommy and Hoyt; Russell vows revenge on his enemies.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 55 minutes Release date: August 22, 2010
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11. Fresh Blood

Bill tests the limits of Sookie's trust, again; Eric makes a deal with Russell; Jason tries to wrap his head around Crystal's revelation. Sam embraces his dark side; Hoyt and Jessica take their romance to the next level; with Holly's help.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: August 29, 2010
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12. Evil Is Going On

(Season Three Finale). Eric grapples with his conscience while plotting his perfect revenge against Russell. Fed up with being 'vampire crack,' Sookie considers a new life without Bill--or any other vampire.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 55 minutes Release date: September 12, 2010
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By A. Whitehead on September 23, 2010
Format: DVD
Following the hedonistic reign of terror of the redoubtable Maryann, the residents of Bon Temps are once again trying to pull their lives back together. For Sookie Stackhouse, events are complicated by the disappearance of her vampire lover Bill Compton, the emergence of a bunch of werewolves on the scene and the machinations of the vampire King of Mississippi. Meanwhile, Sookie's brother Jason pursues a new career in law-enforcement, Sam Merlott tracks down his real parents and Jessica, now broken up with Hoyt, embraces her vampire side more freely. Meanwhile (again), Lafayette gets a boyfriend called Jesus (True Blood? Controversial? Never!) and there are some meth-dealing hicks around causing mischief. And there's this werewolf called Alcide who fancies Sookie and spends a fair bit of time with his shirt off. And Tara gets emotionally abused (yet again) by Thomas Cromwell from The Tudors. And a whole ton of other stuff happened which I'm forgetting right now.

True Blood has always been a nutty, camp, somewhat trashy but always resolutely entertaining show, but its third season is nothing less than a sustained, full-scale assault on the viewer's senses and sanity. Learning from the pacing problems in Season 2 (where the latter part of the season degenerated into a tiresome parade of filler orgy scenes for no discernible plot reason), Alan Ball has massively overcompensated, packing every single instant of this season with surprising plot revelations, new characters, surprise reappearances of old characters (including dead ones), new ideas, new races, new concepts and, indeed, the kitchen sink. It's certainly not a dull season, but it is one that is overloaded to the point of near-incoherence.
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This season started off with a fantastic bang, but as it progressed the episodes became increasingly stupid and disappointing. The third season's main plot point is the exciting kidnapping of Bill by the King of Mississippi who has a pack of V-addicted werewolf henchman. Naturally, Sookie does everything she can to save her man with Eric both preventing and/or helping her in her endeavors. However, this season bombards the viewers with too many new characters and subplots. There are literally more than a dozen new characters, and most of the already established characters (Layfayette, Sam, Tara, Jessica, Jason, Arlene, etc) seem to have their own subplots going on. Some of the characters rarely have any interaction with each other, but only with the new characters in their own personal story. In fact the subplots take up so much of the show that I often feel like I am watching 4 or more shows at once. Along with new characters there are several new "supes" (supernaturals) that are introduced in this season including werewolves, werepanthers, fairies/"fae", and witches. I also find it strange that a good amount of the "supes" are backwater, dirty hicks who don't even look classy enough for a trailer park. Some cheesy and downright stupid scenes make viewers feel that perhaps True Blood is going in the direction of every other vampire show, book or movie, which is mind-numbing stupidity. Possibly the worst part about this season was the finale, which was a horrible episode, nonetheless horrible season finale. In fact I think it was probably the worst episode of True Blood I have ever seen.

However, this is not to say this season did not have some great twists and turns to keep viewers on the edge of their seat.
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I love to curl up and watch as the scenes unfold.....Sookie and Bill....Sookie without Bill....Sookie and Bill...Hey Sookie,Take a good look at Alcide! Hot actors, engaging story lines...FUN FUN FUN! People relax...enjoy...stop making it SERIOUS....we have hard bodied guys for us ladies, and hot bodied women for the guys...add a touch of the obscure and you have this wonderful hour of nothing to worry about...Another HBO great! Thanks
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I will admit this season had flaws. It did have too many story lines that most people didn't care about (Jason and Arlene's whole story lines for example). However, the plots that were good were really good and entertaining. The Sookie, Bill, Russell, and especially Eric and Pam stuff did not disappoint. Eric's and Russell's arcs were the best of the season. They were not only gripping but left you in agony waiting to find out what happened next. The only other downfall was the Sookie and Bill relationship got tedious being dragged out so long. Sookie began to look like a doormat, and you just wondered how far down the hole she would go. But otherwise, a very good season. If the writers would focus more on the supernatural plot lines and tie in Jason, Sam, and Tara's story lines directly with the more interesting supernatural plot they would achieve the perfect season. But I still say this is the best season because they gave more screen time to the most interesting characters and really focused on character development, which is very important and is something HBO does well and other regular cable shows often lack. Eric is the most captivating character on the show, and it was good to see his character's screen time adjusted upwards. I have read the books, but I was a show fan first and still prefer the show. The main story line is still there with changes to add drama. Hopefully Season 4 brings it and I am really looking forward to it!

Re the "trashy" criticism: The whole point of HBO is that they don't have to censor the way other shows do and it allows them to depict the sex scenes and language more realistically. Of course, this is a vampire show, so it's going to be more violent and over the top. But I don't get why anyone would watch this show expecting otherwise.
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