'True Blood' Final Episode to Expect a Death
Somebody may not make it to the midseason of "True Blood". E! Online revealed that one of the characters' skull may be smashed in the final episode of the first season and he or she, is not alone.
At least two people are going to be hurt in the episode called "You'll Be the Death of Me" where the real serial killer will finally be revealed. Sam Trammell who portrays Sam in the series confirms this to Access Hollywood, saying that a death will occur. "A juicy one," he said. Sam also did an interview with Buddy TV, dishing out that the November 23 episode will have some "really exciting cliffhangers."
Furthermore, E! also gave another spoiler saying that "the serial killer who took out Maudette Pickens and friends might or might not be the same person who murdered Gran." Warning, possible major spoiler. Should creator Allan Ball goes by the book for the real serial killer, then it should be Rene and the one who dies would be Lafayette. "True Blood" was created after Ball was inspired by the story plot of Charlaine Harris' vampire book series that was first published in 2001.
In the episode itself, Sookie finds a link to the string of killings in Bon Temps - and ends up in the murderer's crosshairs. Tara decides to make the most of her second chance with Maryann while Jason finds a new calling after anti-vampire zealot Orry visits him in jail. Bill tempts fate during his latest attempt to save Sookie and Sam is perturbed by an encounter with an old acquaintance. Also, Lafayette finds himself in the wrong place at the right time.
Preview of "You'll Be the Death of Me" has been given out. The second season of the show meanwhile, will only be aired midseason, allegedly around June 2009.
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