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Dig Me Up Dig Me Down (air date: 2016-10-31) After the death of his wife, Sheriff Miller is forced into retirement and replaced by Evie Barret.Evie discovers the town is possessed by demons, and that Stan's wife was the only one keeping them at bay. Know, Know, Know Your Goat (air date: 2016-11-02) Stan's daughter Denise goes blueberry picking and comes home with a pet goat that turns out to be The Baphomet, an ancient, goat-based demon who wants both Stan and Denise dead. Let Your Love Groan (air date: 2016-11-09) Stan, Evie and Denise go speed dating and suddenly find themselves involved with their perfect match.With one cracking slap to Sookie’s jaw, Warlow was again an indefensible enemy who united Bill, Andy, new fairy Adeline, Jason, Violet, and even Niall, who was drawn from another dimension to put him down. Bill confessing his regret to Jessica over trading Sookie for his kind, and losing his Billith powers, was a terrific reset for a character who had truly gone off the rails in the last two seasons.Whereas somewhere around Season 4 Bill started becoming an angry nerd, his season-long journey from vampire-goddess back to softhearted vamp has grounded and restored my faith in him.And True Blood elegantly sailed through this season because of its quick, deft, and intriguing character turns, placed with all the precision of a pro-skiier carving their way down a glacier.(AND YES, YES I’M FREAKED OUT ABOUT ERIC. Let’s just hold onto our heads though and pretend this series is something besides the button I press to get Alexander Skarsgard in my living room.)Ahem.The most deft of these character turns was Warlow, who went from being a bearded Big Bad to the kind of romantic-idyll Fairy Prince who would painstakingly glue-gun rose petals to a maypole, and then was expertly transformed BACK into a one-season Big Bad.A jealous weirdo in a lilac tank top and skimmers is something TV needs more of. The real winner in terms of outfits from the Target shopping spree was definitely Tara. The wardrobe department knocked this shit out of the park.
Steffi (portrayed by an actress identified only as Dana) gets run over by a guy not paying attention to where he is going.And Bon Temps was a campy blip on the map of True Blood’s ever-winding course.Now think of where this season has ended: Bill is returned to his most tender, heroic self. Vampires are now being forced to turn to humans to make a bond that will thrust each world into the other, sustenance for protection.I even, in my squee-est heart, believe he loves Sookie more now than ever before, simply because he experienced losing her.It’s also amazing how likable Sookie is when she’s simply in a relationship.