People have been losing control of their bodies and their identities all season, but in "Burning Down the House," almost all of those issues are resolved.
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True Blood needs to put up or shut up. Either let Bill and Sookie get hurt, or stop trotting out "dangerous" situations that they will obviously escape from.
Jessica journeys up those stairs, and she's weighted by silver, by the emotion of what she's just said to Bill, and by Bill's own magic-addled plea to be set free. It's one of show's most affecting moments.
I typically think about this show in larger terms. This week, however, I wanted to yell at fictional people like they were real, or cheer for them like they could hear me.
HBO's vampire dramedy "True Blood" returns Sunday night for a second season of gore and guts and breasts and buttocks. The action may take...
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