Eric goes home to Fangtasia, where Pam is still alive. She tells Eric that Ruben tried to kill her but she took him out. "I have zero patience with that s–t." She’s so bad ass.
Sam’s got a gun, and he finds Tommy with a duffle bag full of his cash. He pulls his truck to the side of the road and chases after his brother, shooting in the air to scare him and demands his money back. They argue over if Sam saved Tommy’s life or ruined it. Sam tells Tommy to get a job. "I can’t f—ing read!" "Not my problem." Tommy tries to take off again. "You ain’t gonna shoot s–t." But Sam fires.
Sophie-Ann comes to visit Bill. She’s wearing a lovely black satin dress with matching veiled hat. She asks if he’s excited that Russell is no more. She’s dressed for the occasion at least.
"Alright, bring me the girl. I have waited a century to find a true fae. I can’t wait to feel the sun upon my skin again. Maybe I’ll get a yacht!" But Bill tells her the truth; he lied to her to get her there. He wants to kill her. Sophie-Ann finds it amusing as she’s "over twice his age." They both bare fangs and jump into the air, ready to fight.
With noone else to talk to, Sookie goes to Gran’s grave. "Gran, I am so lost. I followed my heart but it led me down a dead end road." Poor Sookie. But Claudine arrives with her fairy crew. "Come with us!" And she does.
Seriously — that’s the end? So many questions unanswered. So many things we thought could happen this season that didn’t. And, no, I don’t think True Blood is too gay — it’s not gay enough, at least not as far as women are concerned.
It’s such a long wait for next season, but I’m hopeful Alan Ball and the writers will deliver something ever better next time around. They’ve given themselves a lot to work with, so let’s hope it’s worth the wait.