The rest of the characters are, as usual, too wrapped up in their own stuff, whether that stuff is a troubled maker-child relationship (as in Pam’s case); a foster baby werewolf he’s sworn to protect (as in Sam’s case); a litter of fairy babies that grow into fairy toddlers over night (as in Andy Bellefleur’s case); hatred for all-vampire kind (as in Jason’s case); and his new role as wolf pack master (as in Alcide’s case), to care about the rising of some kind of vampire antichrist figure that can’t even be staked to death. No big deal.
The other looming forces threatening the very existence of the population of Bon Temps include Warlowe and the Governor of Louisiana. Warlowe is some kind of demon-vampire hybrid, child of Lilith, monster thing. He must enjoy playing games because he had Jason in his clutches and his only move was to reveal who he was and fly away. He’s obviously a baddie. The Governor has yet to reveal his true intentions. He declares war on vampire-kind and then gives the True Blood people a free facility. Keep your enemies close?
But I still sense Bilith is enemy numero uno this season. And Sookie better watch herself because, especially in that irresistible sultry package, he may prove to be her toughest foe yet.
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