'True Blood' season finale: What was the 'bonus scene'? Watch here!
If you watched True Blood‘s finale on your iPad (fancy!) or via HBO GO, you probably stuck around after the credits to check out a “bonus scene” that True Blood‘s Facebook page touted earlier today. The rest of you? Sucks to be you. Just kidding.
In case you were wondering what it was — but too lazy to log on to watch/you’re stealing cable and don’t have access to HBO GO — you’re in luck. I typed up the whole thing for you.
The 90-second scene picks up after Sookie sticks the gang in the elevator. UPDATE: Watch it below!
[Elevator doors close]
Jessica, to Jason: Jason, she’s going to be OK.
[Jason’s zoned out. He ain’t listening.]
Nora: We don’t have time for this. They’ll be waiting for us up there.
[Everyone preps their weapons.]
Tara, to Pam: You better not go and get yourself killed, you hear? ‘Cause you and I’ve got a date. It’s been a long time coming
Pam: If that’s not an impetus to survive, I don’t know what is.
[Jason rocks back and forth like a crazy person. In an “interactive feature,” we can see that the parentals are using elevator time to feed him a little nonsense. Dad: “You got 11 of them, champ. We counted.” Mom: “Eleven soul-less fangers dead for good. I’m so proud of you.” Dad: “You just keep taking them out until you get that motherf–ker Warlow.” Mom: “Language!” Dad: “You’ve got four of them here. Easy pickin’s.”]
Jessica, to Jason: You OK, Jason?
[Jason looks around the elevator, still lost in his parents’ words. He looks like he could shoot everyone in the elevator at any second. The elevator doors open just in time.]
Vamps: [threatening hiss as they prep for battle.]
[The room seems empty…then a vamp goes for them. BAM! Jason gets it. And they start to go up a staircase.]
Jason: I’m coming for you, Warlow.
Nora: Warlow?! What do you know about Warlow?
[Jason turns toward Nora…]
[Fade to black]
Sookie, Bill, Eric, Lafayette, Sam and the other residents Bon Temps deal with vampires, werewolves, fairies, and shape-shifters—not to mention romance and drama