Season five of "True Blood" is rapidly coming to an end, yet fans have no idea where the show will take them. With only three episodes left, and only one bad guy behind them, "True Blood" is gearing up for a major show down along with a major cliff hanger!
So, what exactly will go down in the final few episodes of season five? While we don't know the exact details, we do have our hands on the episode descriptions for the final two episodes of season five of "True Blood."
"Sunset:" Slipping further into religious fervor, Bill (Stephen Moyer) gives Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll) an order she's loath to carry out. Armed with a damning video of Russell (Denis O'Hare) and Steve (Michael McMillian), the military delivers an ultimatum to the Authority. Claude (Giles Matthey) and Maurella (Kristina Anapau) take Sookie (Anna Paquin) to meet the faerie elder, who may know something about an ancient family secret. Alcide (Joe Manganiello) reconnects with his father; Sam (Sam Trammell) and Luna (Janina Gavankar) hitch a ride into the Authority.
Fans have already witnessed the outcome of Bill's new religious views. His support for Lilith has lead to the bombings of True Blood factories and the betrayal of Eric. Something tells us that the order he gives Jessica will be worse though. While we don't know exactly what the order is, we can only imagine that is has something to do with hurting the people of Bon Temps - more specifically, Sookie. As for the damning video of Russell and Steve, the possibilities are endless.
"Save Yourself:" Eric (Alexander Skarsgård) embarks on a final, desperate mission to overthrow the Authority - and save Bill from losing his humanity. Andy (Chris Bauer) faces the consequences of a light pact he made; Alcide readies for a second showdown with J.D. (Louis Herthum); Sam and Luna test their limits in trying to escape the Authority.
Never one to surrender, it's not surprising that Eric is making one last attempt to end the madness within the Authority. Will he be successful though? Or will fans have to wait until next season to find out. Andy has behaved himself for most of the season, but a couple moments come to mind when you think of a "light pact he made." One of those moments was when he got rid of the speeding ticket for the judge's son, and the other moment was when he had an intimate moment with one of the fae.
What do you think of the episode descriptions for the final two episodes of season five of "True Blood?"