We're two weeks into True Blood's sixth season and things are starting to heat up (quite literally, in the case of Bill Compton). With a war on vampires threatening to decimate our favorite bloodsucking beasts, we're relieved to witness Sookie and her Scooby Doo-like gang holding their own against the humans in Episode 3. Read on for a preview of True Blood Season 6's coming attractions.
Warning: True Blood Season 6 Episode 3 Spoilers Ahead!
In True Blood Season 6 Episode 3, "You're No Good," Louisiana's governor, Truman Burrell, steps up as the show's right-wing villain. Burrell, who is hell-bent on cleansing Bon Temps — if not the entire world — of its immortal enemies, has ordered a shutdown of all vampire-run businesses, as well as imposed a statewide curfew, compelling the nocturnal creatures to remain indoors after sundown. After encouraging the human population to purchase guns ("as many as you can!") during True Blood's Season 6 Premiere, Governor Burrell, we learn, is taking his mission to wipe out vampires one step further. In True Blood Season 6 Episode 3, Burrell begins developing his own disturbing defenses. According to several True Blood spoiler reports, the Louisiana governor has commenced certain "experiments" to enhance his anti-vampire campaign. Eric, however, won't have it. Channeling his age-old Viking wrath, Eric Northman responds to Burrell's blatant ethnic cleanse by taking matters into his own hands. As we see in the True Blood Season 6 Episode 3 promo, Eric kidnaps Governor Burrell's daughter, Willa, as a point of negotiation.
Warning: More True Blood Season 6 Episode 3 Spoilers Ahead!
Meanwhile, on True Blood Season 6 Episode 3, Bill attempts to synthesize a new type of blood and enlists a TruBlood engineer to take on the project. The vampire-deity, now known as Billith, has trouble finding the right donor, however. Having swallowed Lillith's blood, Bill now has the power to see into the future. In True Blood Season 6 Episode 3, Bill Compton utilizes his supernatural powers to see vampires burning in the future. Sookie's ex-boyfriend believes it's up to him to save them.