It’s hard to believe there are only three more episodes of True Blood‘s fourth season. This upsets me for several reasons. 1. it means my favorite show is almost over, 2. I will have to wait a whole year before seeing these ridiculously good-looking characters again, and 3. this can only mean that summer is nearly over. Bad news all around. But before we begin mourning our beloved show, we still have a rapidly growing plot to finish out before the season’s end — and what a wicked season it’s been.
HBO released the official loglines for the final two episodes and they are absolutely filled with spoilers of what to expect for the rest of the season. So, if you would rather be surprised and not know what’s to come then stop reading, but if you’re like me and are way too impatient to wait week after week for more answers, then check out the descriptions below:
SUNDAY, SEPT. 4 “Soul of Fire”
As the Wiccan-vampire standoff reaches a critical juncture, Sookie (Anna Paquin) summons her faerie powers to prevent Marnie (Fiona Shaw) from bewitching Bill (Stephen Moyer), Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) and Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) into a suicide march, while Jesus (Kevin Alejandro) casts a secret spell designed to un-bind Marnie/Antonia and break the witch’s deadly defenses. Sam (Sam Trammell) settles a score with Marcus (Dan Buran); Alcide (Joe Manganiello) confronts Debbie (Brit Morgan) about her allegiances; Andy (Chris Bauer) finds unexpected passion in the forest; Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) is consumed by the past.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 11 “And When I Die” (Season Finale)
It’s Samhain, Wicca’s greatest holy day, and spirits of the dead surface in Bon Temps, giving Sookie valuable allies to combat Marnie’s newest incarnation. Lafayette’s latest medium encounter imperils his relationship with Jesus; Jason (Ryan Kwanten) finds confession good for the soul, but not the body; Alcide makes a heartfelt appeal to the woman he loves; Terry (Todd Lowe) receives an unexpected visitor at Merlotte’s; Sam and Luna (Janina Gavankar) envision a storybook ending, for once; Nan (Jessica Tuck) wears out her welcome with Bill and Eric. Debbie confronts Sookie and Tara (Rutina Wesley) with deadly consequences, and the denizens of Bon Temps brace for a new crisis with a familiar face.
Looks like Bon Temps in for some double double, toil and trouble. Sookie better learn to get her fairy magic under control or else she’s going to have no vampires brooding over her come next season. And who is this similar face? Will someone be returning to Bon Temps? Who could it be? Make your guesses before it’s too late. These last few episodes are sure to be jam-packed with all our favorite True Blood themes: blood, sex, death, and nudity (not necessarily in that order). One thing is certain though — something wicked this way comes!
Source: TV Line