True BloodSeason 6 has given us the infamous reincarnation of Lilith in the body of Southern vampire Bill Compton, otherwise known as “Billith.” For months we’ve cringed when “Billith” appeared on screen, even prompting some of us to wish for his death, but did his latest sacrifice in Episode 9: “Life Matters” tip the scales?
On Sunday night’s episode, Bill sacrificed himself to a room of vampires in order to keep his premonition from coming to fruition and meeting the True Death. While the saved vampires — including our faves Pam, Tara, and Jessica — appreciated Bill’s grand sacrifice and even decided that they would follow him, does that mean that we should forgive his past indiscretions?
When we first met Bill in Season 1, he was a vampire clinging onto the last shred of humanity. Then, Season 5 he gave it all up for a dual life with Lilith and “Billith” and became quite possibly the biggest jerk in Bon Temp. Now in Season 6, Bill … cares. He cares so much, that he sacrificed himself for the greater good. So, should we forgive Bill? You decide!
No way — Bill still has an evil agenda
I think Bill is a good guy again!
Do you forgive Bill Compton since saving the vamps from meeting the True Death? Tell us below!
Catch the True Blood Season 6 finale on Sunday, August 18 at 9 p.m. EST on HBO.