A little more TV news for you for today, in the form of True Blood episode news. HBO has posted the titles and descriptions of the August episodes, and they all sound bloody fangtastic. They are spoilerish, so if you don’t want to read them don’t jump ahead… everyone else away we go.
Episode #31: Hitting the Ground
Imperiled by Lorena (Mariana Klaveno), Sookie (Anna Paquin) goes to extremes in
her attempt to save Bill (Stephen Moyer) – with unforeseen consequences. Sam (Sam Trammell) infiltrates a dogfighting ring to extricate Tommy (Marshall Allman) from his parentsʼ (J. Smith Cameron, Cooper Huckabee) greedy influence. Jason (Ryan Kwanten) heads to jail to uncover the truth about Crystal (Lindsay Pulsipher); Summer (Melissa Rauch) makes a home-cooked play for Hoytʼs (Jim Parrack) affections; Debbie (Brit Morgan) vows revenge on Alcide (Joe Manganiello); Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) uses Hadley (Lindsey Haun) as bait to get information from Sophie-Anne (Evan Rachel Wood);Russell (Denis OʼHare) turns his back on the Authority, and on the Magister (Zeljko Ivanek).
Episode #32: Night on the Sun
Shaken and disillusioned, Sookie rethinks her relationship with Bill. Sophie-Anne
takes up a new residence as Russell plots his next move. Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll) and Bill reconcile; Jason throws down the gauntlet in hopes of saving Crystal; Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) gets a surprise visit from his mom, Ruby Jean (Alfre Woodard); Sam tries to keep Tommy in check; Merlotteʼs gets a new waitress; Eric proves the depth of his allegiance to Russell. Sookie finds herself in a vulnerable position when Alcide needs to deal with a family emergency.
Episode #33: Everything Is Broken
With the ratification of the Vampire Rights Amendment at hand, Nan Flanagan
(Jessica Tuck) detours to Fangtasia to confront Eric about the Magisterʼs disappearance. A grief-stricken Russell vows revenge against his foes, vampire and human. Awaking from a slumber, Bill uncovers the truth about Sookieʼs true identity. Jason gets unexpected help as he goes up against Felton (James Harvey Ward) and Calvin (Gregory Sporleder). Sam is distressed by Tommyʼs attitude; Tara (Rutina Wesley) encounters a new ally and an old tormentor; Hadley introduces Sookie to a new family member; Arlene (Carrie Preston) despairs about her future; Hoyt confronts his true feelings.
Episode #34: I Smell a Rat
A reluctant Bill warns Sookie about the dangers she will face. Jesus (Kevin
Alejandro) is intrigued by the mysterious qualities of V. Samʼs recent fit of rage triggers dark memories. Eric takes precautions and fulfills a wish; Arlene turns to Holly (Lauren Bowles) for help with a pressing problem; Jason deals with the unexpected, both with Tara and Crystal; Jessica is torn between Tommy and Hoyt. After communing with Talbot (Theo Alexander), Russell promises to extract vengeance on his enemies.
Episode #35: Fresh Blood
Bill tries to earn back Sookieʼs trust, but ends up bringing her face-to-face with
fresh dangers. Knowing heʼs no physical match for the King, Eric tempts Russell with the “ultimate vampire dream.” Jason tries to wrap his head around Crystalʼs revelation. Sam embraces his dark side, alienating everyone except Tara. Hoyt and Jessica take their romance to the next level; with Hollyʼs help, Arlene puts her future in the hands of a goddess; post V-trip, Lafayette struggles with new demons
Holy freaking fangtastic is right! I cannot wait, but after all… Waiting Sucks!