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Meanwhile, Roman mulls Bill and Eric's proposal to do away with Russell Edgington, though Salome has her own separate vetting process; and Jason has an uneasy reunion with an influential teacher from high school.

We'll Meet Again (air date: 2012-07-01) Pam tries to be a good maker for her new progeny, but wonders what's to become of the relationship with her own.

HBO’s hit series “True Blood,” for all of its campy, at times sensational, plot points completely lost sight of itself in its seventh and final season—and more importantly, buried the relatable tale of leading lady Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) underneath a motley mix of the “Bill factor” and extraneous, poorly executed plot lines.

In Season 1 of the series, adapted from Charlaine Harris’ “The Southern Vampire Mysteries” novels, we’re introduced to Sookie, a Louisiana waitress residing in the fictional small town of Bon Temps.

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Let's Boot and Rally (air date: 2012-07-08) With time running short, Bill and Eric enlist Sookie to probe for clues on Russell's hiding place.

All I want to do is do the show and have fun doing it. I’m going to be very excited about what’s to come [career-wise], but slightly bereft that it’s all going to be done.

What began as the premium cable version of your typical Southern Gothic vampire drama—a genre established by the likes of New Orleans native and writer Anne Rice—ended last month not with a bang, but an anticlimactic whisper.

Vampires "came out of the coffin" two years ago when the Japanese invented Tru Blood, a synthetic blood substitute.

Sookie rescues Bill when a couple of lowlife rednecks, the Rattrays, try to steal his blood to sell on the black market, but she may have a price to pay for interfering.

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