Season six is doing a lot right so far.
"The Sun" was a surprisingly good and thoughtful episode.
"I'm imagining it was on the beach."
Season six picks up moments after season five's insane cliffhanger.
If you've been glamoured and can't remember how Season 5 left off, read on.
Shirtlessness and more.
"I can barely remember the last time I wasn’t in danger."
She's gonna have words for Steve Newlin.
"A tyrant is rising." From a mud puddle, apparently.
Mark Hudis follows Alan Ball out the door.
Grab the tissues!
"Most of them have all these appendages ... I just wanted a phallic symbol."
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"Vampires get bored after they stay alive a long time ... who is there left to meet — Mitt Romney?"
Bloodbath doesn't seem fitting enough a term for this unusually high-body-count season finale.
Remember when this show was about a love triangle?
In this season's penultimate episode, we finally got an intervention on behalf of the U.S. government.
Lots going on this week, although it was sorely lacking in butt-revealing karate.
We're getting closer and closer to the end of the season, so we're seeing some of the story lines get nicely wrapped up.
"I see him more as simple than dumb."
It's good that we're moving away from the whole Lillith thing.
Well, this episode was certainly action-packed, we'll say that much for it.
Spoiler alert: Stuff still happens!
This was a banner week for celebrity guest stars on True Blood.