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[BHOLE]  WATCH THE PURGE ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER] True Blood’s  sixth season reached its penultimate episode this week in seriously  schizophrenic style with Life Matters. One the one hand beatific and  truly affectionate, on the other bloody and truly vengeful, the episode  couldn’t have been more finely balanced; even the bizarre grandmother  couldn’t spoil it.

 

Yes, Grandma Bellefleur the bigoted OAP,  either conceived as comic relief or as the over-estimated sour to the  funeral’s natural sweet, was firmly on the wrong side of funny every  time she spoke – a bizarre and rare comedy misfire, God only knows what  they were thinking when they wrote those lines. Granny faux-pas aside,  the rest of the funeral scenes were fantastic – sweet without being  schmaltzy enough to be unpalatable, funny, touching and with Sookie  outing herself as a telepath thrown in for good measure. As TV funerals  go, this one was definitely uniquely Bon Temps, and a fitting tribute  to  an [BHOLE] WATCH THE PURGE ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER]  equally unique and much-loved character. Special mention goes to Nelsan  Ellis, whose own unique character was the highlight of the funeral –  bedecked in his finest funereal falsies, and somehow even more fabulous  than usual, Laf’s graciously told and touching Terry story may well be  his finest hour.

 

As is True Blood’s habit, the main storyline  was  diametrically opposed to the tranquil goodwill and benevolence of  the  funeral. With Eric releasing all the non-important vamps, True  Blood  went from notoriously naked to fabulously gory. Proving that  revenge is a  bloody business where vamps are concerned, we were treated  to detached  genitalia, severed limbs, exploding vampires and stomped  on heads in a  budget-blowing gore-fest.

 

As expected, the newly  freed vamps  dished out plenty of reap what you sow style revenge on the  humans that  imprisoned them, but perhaps the biggest act of revenge  was [BHOLE]  WATCH THE PURGE ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER] vamp  on vamp.  Despite Eric’s early arrival, it was in fact Bilith’s attempt  at  Hara-Kari that saved all our most important vampires. And then,  just  when it looked as though, indirectly, Warlow would in fact be the  death  of Bilith, he once again proves invincible. Which could be one  explanation for what was perhaps the episode’s biggest surprise, the  disappearance of one Eric Northman. Uncharacteristically wordless for  the ex-sheriff, his sudden taking leave of the vamps he worked so hard  to save will hopefully have some higher purpose, and won’t keep him  away  for too long.

 

Perhaps he’s on the hunt for whore for  Christ  turned murderous nutjob Sarah Newlin, who Jason inexplicably let  live  post-massacre. It was the Revenger's one act of mercy and may  prove to  be an incredibly bad decision. As long as she’s alive and has  the sound  of [BHOLE] WATCH THE PURGE ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013  PUTLOCKER] her now  deceased vampire ex-husband’s declaration of love  for the man who let  her live ringing in her ears, no one will ever be  safe. And on a more  revenge-y note, of all the people working at the  camp that deserved to  die horrific deaths, she was on the top of the  list. Let’s hope that  Eric, Bilith, someone manages to get hold of her  and puts her back on  the list.

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