Most vampires do not improve by use of the sun, but True Blood’s “the Sun” episode shaped the stories chapters in a very thoughtful way. The last couple of seasons are thought of to be “too flighty” and “too loose” by most fans standards; however, “the Sun” gives us a shimmer of hope to more consistency.
The ending is considered the biggest trill on the True Blood roller coaster to many fans. During the flash mob montages of Jessica praying to God (who she thinks may also be Bill), Eric is assumed to have turned Burrell’s daughter into a vampire after a good old fashioned stalking. That scene was very reminiscent of the story Burrell once told Eric about vampires turning children into the undead, and then training them to murder their own parents.
The story gets a little more interesting here. From the outset, the portrayed war between humans and vampires are supposed to be used as an allegory for prejudices against minorities and the LGBT community. As a result of human cruelty towards vampires, the vampires and vampire community are just as terrible. So the allegory is not really fitting anymore, because both sides are a bunch of bad apples in a Burrell barrel.
Meanwhile Nicole, who has overlooked the fact that the parallels between the human/supernatural worlds are not exactly reasonable at the moment, suggests that Sam should out himself as a Shifter.
Another very strange installment to the system was when Sookie finds a half faerie who is in need of help by the side of the road. People are anticipating if there will be more to Sookie’s new found and co-half faerie friend Ben as more episodes unfold.
All spoiler alerts aside, the facts are Blood fans, no matter if they see the message as thoughtful or a little muddy in the last episode, have been hit with several little gems of foreshadowing that they are yet to find out.