Check out what True Blood blogs thought about Season 4, Episode 7: "Cold, Grey Light of Dawn"!

From True Blood News:

It is Antonia Espanola Mumbleo Jumbleo, and I am returned.’ Thanks to ZZ giving me the proper spelling of this mouthful of a name (I’m Australian. We no speaka da Spanish here) I now know that it was more like Antonia Gavilán de Logroño, but that one line was pretty much the reason for nearly everything that happened in this weeks super intense episode, as a sorceress scorned sets out to prove that, even 400 years late, revenge is a dish best served wrapped in silver chains and on fire.

From The Vault:

Zombies. Ghost Lisperers. Smoking hot vampires. Like sands through the hourglass, these are the makings of this week’s episode of Blood Work!, in which Brian and Andy from Campblood.org dig their teeth into “True Blood” Episode 4.7.

From True-Blood.net:

This was another strong episode that just flew by. Maybe it was all the sex. There were people who actually complained last week that we didn’t get enough Sookie and Eric. I don’t think they can say that now. The porch, the floor, the bed…

From Entertainment Weekly:

The battle has begun. Say what you want about King Bill, but after he made the tough call to have vampires who remained in Louisiana silver themselves during daylight hours -- and brought Sookie chains to use on Eric when he could have easily let him burn in post-coital bliss -- I think he's worthy of the crown and Sookie's trust. I can tell I'm liking him more and more because his hair is bothering me less and less.

From Television Without Pity:

In which the question becomes, How does my wordy-ass self manage to talk about this episode without just telling you every single thing that happened in an avalanche of breathless crazy talk? And the answer is, there is no way.