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Quick Bite: Sneak Peek at Sunday Night's Episode of "True Blood"

Can't wait to sink your teeth into Sunday night? No worries as I've got two sneak peeks at Sunday evening's episode of True Blood ("Timebomb").

Here's how HBO solicited this week's episode of True Blood: "Eric arrives to do his master’s bidding on the eve of the Fellowship’s lockdown; Sam makes a gruesome discovery at Merlotte’s and Andy proves no help in coming to his defense; Jessica and Hoyt learn that when it comes to sex, every time is the first time; Tara and Eggs devour a mysterious meal prepared by Maryann, with unexpected results; Jason pays off his debt; Godric looks to enlighten his more single-minded followers."

Can't wait to watch? You can catch the two preview clips below.

True Blood: Episode 20 Preview 1:



True Blood: Episode 20 Preview 2:



True Blood airs Sunday night at 9 pm ET/PT on HBO.

Comments

The CineManiac said…
So "everytime is the first time" is this because vampire's "heal" differently than humans? I'm kinda disturbed to even right what I'm thinking this means, and in fact I have to stop here.
tanya said…
Love when you give us these sneaks. Thanks, Jace! Cant wait for Sun!!!!!
Heatherette said…
Ooooh. Goodie. I can't wait!

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