True Blood returns to HBO on June 16th, leaving fans another two and a half months before learning which werewolf or vampire Sookie likes sleeping with the best this year, but HBO was kind enough to celebrate undead Jesus day by releasing this short teaser for the upcoming season six. "There's no one left to protect us now," says vampire Tara, who catches the hand of vampire master/possible lesbian lover vampire Pam as Pam tries to slap her." "If the humans want war, we'll give them war," says a disappointingly clothed vampire Erik, though his state of dress is made up for by an enraged werewolf Alcide seemingly disintegrating his shirt with the pure power of sexiness. "RRRrrrrrggghhh!" says werewolf Alcide. "The tyrant is rising," says a disembodied female voice. "It is the beginning of the end." A leather-jacket clad werewolf Alcide then punches shifter Sam in the face. Witch Lafayette aims a shotgun at someone. A distressed vampire Jessica asks, "is that Bill?" to which Snookie replies "not anymore. The teaser then briefly cuts out, showing us a scene from the upcoming Carrie remake. "We're all gonna burn," whispers a disembodied male voice. Then vampire Erik and Sookie ride silently together in an elevator (even during the vampire apocalypse, people don't talk to each other in elevators.)
Check it out for yourself below, and let us know what you think.
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