Was that the only thing of interest? Of course not. Why don't you take a look at this recap for a visual refresher?
Did we like the episode? We did. We've read lots about how producer Alan Ball is assuring this season will be a wild ride, and we don't doubt it. Werewolves are now in the TrueBlood picture, and notwithstanding the huge theatrical flop of Benicio Del Toro as The Wolfman a few months ago, let's hope that this storyline is going to be a plus for the series. I'm not quite convinced, even though they use real wolves in the filming and so we get a little nature documentary-action bonus along with our vampire adventures. And for more dog-family doings, if you like Sam Merlotte, the shape-changing owner of Merlotte's, you'll like this season, as he goes in search of his real family from whom he's been estranged.
Here's a preview of the next episode of TrueBlood, premiering this coming Sunday on HBO:
We're also pleased to report that ratings for last Sunday's opener were good news for HBO, with the numbers double digits up from last season's average. The timing couldn't be better for TrueBlood to prosper this season, and The Flaming Nose will be there for every moment of the fun and excitement. See you there this Sunday at 9pm on HBO!