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Re: ““True Blood” Season 7, Episode 3: “Fire in the Hole”

I don't disagree that Paquin and Moyer are done with this show. Their performances the first two episodes of this season certainly speak to that. But I thought there was more spark between the two of them in that tree scene than either one has exhibited with anyone else this season. Was it necessarily GOOD? No, but grading on a curve, it was an improvement for both of them.

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Posted by Eric Rezsnyak on 07/07/2014 at 9:10 AM

Re: ““True Blood” Season 7, Episode 3: “Fire in the Hole”

I'm really surprised about your thoughts on the tree scene. I was not getting chemistry from power couple, Sookie and Bill AT ALL in this episode. We were talking during the viewing party about how the two actors are clearly over the show.

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Posted by Kara Austin on 07/07/2014 at 8:59 AM

Re: ““True Blood” Season 7, Episode 2: “You Found Me”

The 2011 date threw me for a loop, too. Without doing a LICK of research (always the basis for a good internet comment) here's my thought on that: most seasons of TB tend to start and stop moments after the previous one, correct? So, if it premiered in 2008, entire seasons happen over the course of only a couple weeks (so MAYBE, combined, all of these seasons amount to roughly a year of time), and then if we've only had 2 major jumps in time (FairyLand vacation, and the one in last season's finale), I guess 2011 does make sense. PERIOD PIECE!

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Posted by Matt DeTurck on 06/30/2014 at 2:33 PM

Re: ““True Blood” Season 7, Episode 2: “You Found Me”

The angry town mob looked like a master's class of actors who previously appeared on at least one episode of Law and Order: SVU.

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Posted by Kara Austin on 06/30/2014 at 8:51 AM

Re: ““True Blood” Season 7, Episode 2: “You Found Me”

I was wondering the same thing about how the vampires managed to take people from their homes in St. Alice without being invited in! No one else seems to have picked up on this. Bloody handprints on the wall and half-eaten dinner? Doesn't make much sense to me. Couldn't everyone in the town just stayed in their homes and not invited any vampires in?

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Posted by Scallywag on 06/30/2014 at 3:50 AM

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