True Blood Season 6 Finale: “Radioactive” Synopsis — A New Threat
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True Blood Season 6 Finale: “Radioactive” Synopsis — A New Threat

Like all good Truebies, we’re dreading the Season 6 finale of True Blood, which is coming up way too fast! There are only two more episodes left, and we could still lose a few characters before Season 7.

Though the description for episode 10 (cryptically titled “Radioactive”) doesn’t provide many hints, there are a few pieces of it we’ve been over analyzing. Take a look at the official synopsis below:

“Bill (Stephen Moyer) discovers that salvation comes at a price; Jason (Ryan Kwanten) senses a vampire attraction firsthand. Sookie (Anna Paquin) examines her future with Warlow (Rob Kazinsky), while Bon Temps braces itself when a new crisis threatens both humans and vampires.”

HOLD UP. Is Jason Stackhouse on his way out? That part makes us think that some fangs will be meeting his neck in this episode. Also, the Billith part of this calls to mind a sacrifice. Will he have to meet the True Death in order to save the rest of the vampire race? Or are they talking about him sacrificing someone else?

And a new crisis? Oh, True Blood writers, what do you have in store for us? If Sookie is “considering” a future with Warlow (note to Sook: maybe don’t have crazy tombstone sex with a guy if you’re still not sure you like him!), does that mean he’s the threat to both humans and vampires? Is he looking to create an all-faerie/vampire race or something?

We have so many questions, and we can’t wait to watch the finale and get some answers … or not. Those crafty people at HBO have a habit of leaving us with some awesome cliffhangers, don’t they? Since they've already renewed the series for another season, we might have to wait until next summer to find out what happens!

Are you dreading the True Blood Season 6 finale? Or looking forward to it? Let us know in the comments!

08.2.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Amie Simon
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