Courtney Ford Returning for True Blood Season 6
Remember back in Season 4 of "True Blood" when we met attorney Portia Bellefleur, the great-great-great-great granddaughter of Bill Compton, played by Courtney Ford? Well, she's coming back to Bon Temps for Season 6!
Per TV Guide, Ford is slated to return in Episode 7, which should be interesting given that when we last saw her, Bill had glamoured her into screaming and running away any time she encountered him due to her persistence in making a play for him despite their familial connection. She did share a bit about why she might be returning: "After watching the Season 5 finale, which was pretty intense and crazy, things are getting a little heated in Bon Temps, and it stands to reason that someone is going to need a lawyer."
But what about that pesky screaming and running away thing? Will that still be in play? "How much of Bill is in there?" Ford mused. "Is Bill still Bill? That's the big question mark. I think if she's afraid of Bill, she'd probably be double afraid of Billith. Billith is pretty scary."
Season 6 Synopsis:
The Authority is in flames. TruBlood is in short supply. As Bill comes to terms with his newfound powers after emerging reincarnated from a pool of blood, humans are in open conflict with vampires like never before. Meanwhile, Sookie and Jason must steel themselves for an encounter with their parents’ killer: the mysterious and ancient Warlow.
"True Blood" kicks off its ten-episode sixth season this Sunday, June 16th (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT), exclusively on HBO.
Episode #6.01: “Who Are You, Really?” (airs 6/16/13)
In the wake of Bill’s (Stephen Moyer) blood-soaked reincarnation, Sookie (Anna Paquin), Eric (Alexander Skarsgård), Jason (Ryan Kwanten), Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll), Tara (Rutina Wesley), Pam (Kristin Bauer van Straten) and Nora (Lucy Griffiths) flee the Authority compound as Sam (Sam Trammell), Luna (Janina Gavankar) and Emma (Chloe Noelle) dodge swarming guards.
Now packmaster, Alcide (Joe Manganiello) discovers that the job comes with unsavory side dishes but other major perks. In Bon Temps, Andy (Chris Bauer) deals with parenting four newborn human-faerie hybrids. Meanwhile, Louisiana Governor Truman Burrell (Arliss Howard) vows open season on vampires. Jessica returns to Compton Place as Jason hitches a ride with an eerie stranger. Written by Raelle Tucker; directed by Stephen Moyer.
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