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True Blood Finale Bonus Scene: Jason Wants to Kill Vampires – Another Take
Another season of HBO’s sexy vampire drama, True Blood, has come to an end and already I can see the polarized reactions to the Season 5 finale popping up all over the Internet. It doesn’t at all surprise me – True Blood has never been the type of show to offer consistent quality episodes, with entire seasons feeling uneven, yet always ending in some big, shocking way. Season 5 ended no differently, with Bill having ascended to the role of mega-douche, but if you were watching online, you would’ve come across a small bonus scene, not included in the regular airing of the episode. I think you’ll find some interesting tidbits when you watch it.
In the video, which we first talked about earlier in the week, we see Sookie saying goodbye to Jason at the Authority Vampire Complex as he gets into an elevator with Nora, Pam, Tara and Jessica – a bunch of vampires, essentially. They ride up and we get a little bit of flirting from Tara and Pam, who seem more than ready to pursue a relationship with each other, giving fans a little bit of romance to look forward to next season. Jason, on the other hand, isn’t doing so well. He hallucinates seeing his parents in the elevator, who tell him he should kill vampires, even the ones he’s currently riding with. And you know what? Jason looks around creepily at his companions as though he’s seriously considering killing them all.
Once out of the elevator, Jason kills a vamp and declares he’s coming for Warlow, prompting Nora to ask, “What do you know about Warlow.? No, Nora, what do you know about Warlow? Season 6 will certainly have its hands full with the new Billith monstrosity and Jason’s curious mind issues. Is he going to prove dangerous to his vampire friends in the future? And will this hunt for Warlow prove fruitful? Next season should be interesting to watch as it will be the first season without creator Alan Ball as showrunner.