Writers that continue to write snarky reviews of True Blood for the amusement of other snarksters! It’s very clear that you were vehemently against the show from the beginning and were far too cool to take pleasure in its swampy, campy, gothic eroticism of the undead. Like Tru Blood itself, it’s an acquired taste. If you don’t like it, you don’t like it. But seriously, is it necessary for y’all to keep reminding everyone how much you don’t like it, how silly and preposterous the show is and how adept you are at mocking it? It takes a lot more to discuss the show on its own terms than it does to take cheap and easy shots at its obviously (and intentionally) “ridiculous” plot points. I mean, how difficult can it be to deride copulating shape shifters, demonic orgies involving pigs, Southern white trash accents, and vampire-human love triangles?
That is all.
No, wait: I really wish that next week’s episode was called “The Blond Bleeding the Blond” or I’d even settle for “The Blond Leading the Blond” just as long as it amusingly referred somehow to the sexual tension between Eric and Sookie as well as “Vanilla Pudding” and the other Stackhouse. Apparently, the episode is called “Release, Me”. Snooze…and this week’s episode totally should have been called “Meet Your Maker”.
OK, now I’m done.