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FullHD6x9: True Blood Season 6 Episode 9 Watch Online Free taking a narrative leap so high I’d be surprised if Joe hadn’t hit his head on the dome on the way up, the teen transceivers set off in search of the power source they’d surmised into existence. Lo, a nucleus there was. Underneath its own mini-dome dead centre of the lid, lay an alien artefact that provided our first clue to the extra-terrestrial source of the town’s bubble. After a bout of shouting at it (ah youth, who else misses the days when we all used to go down to the woods to scream at an egg?) the source sent Norrie a vision of her dying mother.

FullHD6x9: True Blood Season 6 Episode 9 Watch Online Free visions are an interesting business. Now we’ve established that the dome isn’t just a bomb-proof pacemaker-exploder, but something that can cause it to rain at will, induce labour, and play psychic videos of your loved ones, Under the Dome is hotting up. If only I could bring myself to be as interested in the population underneath the dome as I am the explanation for why it’s there.

FullHD6x9: True Blood Season 6 Episode 9 Watch Online Free by last week’s looting, some members of said population were doing their bit to build a Mad Max future for Chester’s Mill. Farmer Ollie, his rural heavy, and the Dundee brothers had decided that the time was ripe to take what they wanted with force, from Big Jim’s propane to everybody else’s gasoline. Three of the four might is right-sters ended up dead, and I’d say Farmer Ollie’s days are numbered now that Big Jim is on the warpath. Did he have to destroy the town’s Propane stockpile in the process? Bad Big Jim. Naughty Big Jim.

FullHD6x9: True Blood Season 6 Episode 9 Watch Online Free Norris remains wasted in a show that fails to rouse pity or sympathy for any of its cut-out characters. Call me heartless, but Dr Alice’s death was roughly as affecting as discovering you’ve run out of milk. Oh look, she’s dead. No cornflakes for me in the morning. If the residents of Chester’s Mill don’t develop some depth and soon, then the dome’s welcome to them.