Finally! On Season 6, Episode 4 ("At Last") of True Blood, Warlow's identity was revealed — and we weren't exactly surprised. Meanwhile, Eric takes his relationship with Truman's daughter, Willa. to the next level. (Yes, there's blood involved.)

So what went down in Bon Temps this week? Read on for Wetpaint Entertainment's review of the episode, and then rate it yourself!

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Surprise, surprise. Hybrid hottie Ben is a vampire. But he's not just anything vampire. He's Warlow, the vamp that killed Sookie's parents and the one she's sworn to. (Did anyone actually think that a cute, normal guy would ever walk into Sookie's life without a catch?) And in typical True Blood fashion, the big reveal happened midway through Ben and Sookie's sexy time, thanks to Sookie's silver-tainted feast. After Ben saved Jason from his nasty fall on Season 6, Episode 3, Sookie used her best investigative skills to figure out that Ben was the vampire who's been tormenting her. 

So during a heavy make-out session, Sookie prepares a ball of faerie light and threatens, "Get the f*** off me or die, Warlow." Damn. We're loving Sookie 2.0. 

Unfortunately, it looks like Sookie can now add Grandpa Niall to the list of family members assaulted by Warlow. After draining the fae king of his blood, he sends him to another dimension and glamours Jason to forget it all. Here's hoping we get to see grandpa in the near future. 

Meanwhile, the other jaw-dropping moment of "At Last" happened when Eric turned Willa into a vampire (it's not like she wasn't asking him to do it — she was practically begging to taste his blood). Now that Governor Burrell's daughter is now a vamp, Eric hoped Truman would be convinced that vampires are human, too. Unfortunately, that doesn't work out as planned, as Willa is unable to resist the smell of her father's blood from his injured hand and attacks him. Sarah Newlin, who just so happens to be hooking up the the elderly Governor, was on hand to shoot her and insist he send her to the Camp. 

But Willa isn't the only vampire on the way to the Camp. Nora, Ginger and Pam are headed to the experimentation camp as well. Given Eric's latest offense (and Pam and Willa's incarceration), we wouldn't be surprised if he ended up there by the end of Season 6. 

What did you think of "At Last," Truebies? Sound off in the comments below! 

Catch the next episode of True Blood on Sunday, July 14 at 9 p.m. EST on HBO.