TRUE BLOOD,  Kristin Bauer van Straten

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Is it a cry for help or is Tara (Rutina Wesley) really desperate to die? The latest episode of True Blood left us with some unanswered questions. Mainly, will Bon Temps' latest bloodsucker not last the season? Plus, find out why the supernatural pixies are back in town.

Can't wait to know what's going down in the next episode of True Blood? The wait is over...

Ugh. Fairies: Yep, fairies are back in town. As if we could be rid of them for long. The fun-loving yet ultimately dangerous supernatural pixies are up to their old tricks again and this time they are roping Jason (Ryan Kwanten) and Andy (Chris Bauer) into the deal. Oh wait, Andy has already had a little tryst with a fairy. So it's basically the same as last time. New location, same M.O. Hopefully they don't steal Sookie (Anna Paquin) for a year again.

Death By Suntan?: You'll find out pretty early in the next episode if Tara is successful in her vampire suicide attempt. Oh Tara, always so dramatic. You either want to be a vampire or you don't. After her latest sizzling solution, will she accept her bloodthirsty fate or die trying?

Favorite Family: Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) and Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) are finally reunited. But their reunion isn't the happy Christmas card we pictured. In fact, their interaction in the next episode has us crying (blood) tears.

Cover-Up: Alcide (Joe Manganiello) makes an important decision about Sookie's lastest homicidal confession. With the Pelts sniffing (get it?) around for answers, will he give up Sookie as their daughter's killer? Or take the blame himself? 

Think Tara will die or finally embrace her dark side? Do you like the fairies? Will Alcide turn Sookie in? Get to speculating in the comments!

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