Pam and Eric now have to fight to the death in a padded room while the governor watches as revenge for turning Willa. What's with television governors and their need to pit loved ones against each other? It was very Woodbury.
I know we all miss simpler days, hotter vampire sex, and Richard Edgington, but this season is hysterical so far. Jason and Andy are back on the same team, Eric's got his smirk back, and Sookie's on her way to kicking butt.
A house guest who stopped watching the show after Season 3 and had the pleasure of viewing with me this weekend was amused: "We have to watch the vampire soap opera?" Yes, we do, I replied ... We noticed a few conflicts.
The "True Blood" way of life as we know it is about to change. The vampires versus human tension that's been festering all of this time has finally come to a head and everyone's going to come out different.
After the snooze fest of last season, this premiere was everything we love about "True Blood" and then some. Is he Billith or still pretty much Bill? We never know! The fact is that we have to wait to find out what crazy underworld powers he's unleashed.