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True Blood is getting complicated, y'all.
We're only four episodes into the season and our heads our spinning. Sookie Stackhouse's (Anna Paquin) life is getting messier—if you can believe that's possible.
Bombshells are dropped and old lovers reunite. Plus, one vampire dies in the latest episode of True Blood, but who is it? Find out now:
WHAT WE LEARNED
Well and Truly Dead: Finally we get to see scary Roman (Christopher Meloni) with some blood on his hands, and face. The child vampire—who could have been a cool Kirsten Dunst-type, but was lacking substance—is the big traitor. And he leaves us with a splash. Who keeps a snuff film on their computer, really? Was this a setup?
Broken Home: It's no state secret that Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) and Pam (Kristen Bauer van Straten) are not only our favorite characters, but their fascinating maker-progeny relationship is also our favorite. And now our hearts are broken after Eric's touching goodbye and renunciation of their blood ties. Crying blood tears forever.
Beer Before Liquor: Sookie is in a very bad place. Between confessing to murder, trying to turn herself into the police and having to bail from her homicidal haunted car, the girl needs a stiff drink. Or eight. And a cute werewolf (with amazing abs) to make out with doesn't hurt. But what's with her exes creeping outside the window?
Misc. Extras: Terry (Todd Lowe) and Scott Foley's sojourn into South Dakota is beginning to remind us of Game of Thrones' Mother of Dragons. Completely out of the main action. What are they doing out there? Not sure we care. What does it have to do with anything else? Probably nothing, except to teach the lesson that killing civilians during a war is bad.
Also, fairies are back in Bon Temps. But the big bombshell is that vampire killed Sookie and Jason's (Ryan Kwanten) parents. Oh and Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) is losing his mind and his creepy alter ego tried to kill Sookie. Enough storylines for you?
Rewind Moment: Sookie drunkenly singing to "Escape (The Piña Colada Song)" and changing the words to suit her present situation.
"You smell like mint and peaches." —Alcide
"And you smell like Aqua Velva." —Sookie
"The bar's open and it's fruity." —Sookie
"So I had a few friends over, OK? No one got eaten, no one got drained." —Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll)
"Seriously, three days old and she already has an eating disorder. Why me?" —Pam
"She's mine. I made her vampire while you were gone. Congratulations, you're a grandfather." —Pam
"Awkward time for a drop in, Bill." —Eric
Did you choose the right traitor? Did Eric have to release Pam? Is Sookie just feeling sorry for herself? Sound off in the comments!