Just a fair warning, if you have not seen last week’s episode of True Blood, you may want to avert your eyes right now, as this article will surely spoil the ending of the episode and you will more than likely kick yourself incredibly hard.
As I previously mentioned, for those of you still with us, last week’s all-new episode of True Blood aptly titled “Fire in the Hole,” left many fans either screaming at their televisions, much like I was, or scratching their heads as to why what we just witnessed unfold on the screen actually happened.
It is hard to believe that Bon Temps’ resident werewolf Alcide Herveaux is no more. Sorry ladies, but it’s true.
Funny enough, it wasn’t even a vampire or rival werewolf who did the deed.
On Wednesday’s episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Alcide himself, Joe Manganiello, stopped by the show to discuss the True Blood shocker.
Surprisingly enough, he knew in his head at the end of last season that Alcide was going to die in the next season. It would figure that as soon as something finally goes right for Alcide that he bites the big one.
Why don’t you take a look for yourselves? Here is a look at the clip from The Tonight Show where Joe Manganiello discusses the big scene with Jimmy Fallon.
The good news is, just because he won’t be on True Blood anymore doesn’t mean we won’t get a chance to see Manganiello again anytime soon. He currently has six film projects lined up over the course of the next year, one of which is the Magic Mike sequel Magic Mike XXL.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. on NBC. True Blood airs on Sunday nights at 9:00 p.m. on HBO.