HBO posted the “Inside the Episode video” for tonight’s new True Blood. Episode 5.10 “Gone, Gone, Gone” definitely had a few questions answered but not enough! Still have more questions and only have 2 more episodes left.
This was not in this video but it was part of the “interactive” feature for tonight’s episode 5.10. It helps explain why Eric was looking the way he did when he was dragged into see Bill. (yes he was tortured!)
HBO posted 2 more videos for episode 5.10 for True Blood “Gone, Gone, Gone”. The Bloody Romance video was pulled from YouTube. Here is the HBO video. Showing Mike Spencer making a visit to Sookie’s home. (does not bode well..)
Working on the screencaps! Will add to this post as soon as done. Waiting sucks! So what do you think is going to happen right after the action in these clips? Looks like Mike Spencer may have known more about the death of Sookie’s parents. Hoyt also looks like he has a lot on his mind in the second clip.
Screencaps for “Unexpected Guest”. Notice Mike’s shadow on Sookie’s porch. Pretty creepy how he was on the porch. Looked like he was trying to see if anyone else was in the house with Sookie once he entered.
Here are the screencaps for the “We Meet Again” promo clip. Sounds like Jess no longer has any guards. (no money to pay them). Jason seems concerned for her. It was good to see Hoyt at the very end of the clip.
True Blood aired a new preview video for episode 5.10 tonight. Video below. Working on the screencaps.
The episode description states:
Gone, Gone, Gone
“Bill puts a spin on the rising vampire violence; Jason uncovers a mysterious scroll.”
With vampire-on-human attacks increasing, the Authority attempts to woo public favor. Meanwhile, Nora (Lucy Griffiths) tries to convert Eric to Lilith’s gospel. Jason finds a mysterious scroll; Elijah (Keram Malicki-Sanchez), the new vampire sheriff of Area 5, pushes Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) and Tara (Rutina Wesley) to obey a new mandate; Sam (Sam Trammell) and Luna (Janina Gavankar) search for Emma (Chloe Noelle); Russell (Denis O’Hare) seeks a higher calling.Written by Alexander Woo; directed by Scott Winant.