June 19, 2013
[WARNING: Major Season Six Spoiler Ahead]:
The Unhappily Ever After End For Sam & Luna:
In true, True Blood style the Season 6 premiere of HBO’s True Blood on June 16 opened with the death of Luna(Janina Gavankar) girlfriend to the beloved Sam Merlotte (Sam Trammell).
Though when we realized that Luna was going to die it was a sad moment to watch like many of the deaths on True Blood, most viewers were probably not shocked by the death of Luna. The Season 5 finale, left the viewers thinking that Luna would likely die, after all, we know how the story ended for Sam’s brother (Marshall Allman)when he went skinwalking…Nevertheless, it is always terrible to watch a character die, especially one that is a mother to a young child!
For Janina she is happy and feels fortunate that her character lasted as long as she did, “I really thought I was going to die in the beginning” she told TVGuide.com, “I was so thankful that they would even want me around for two years. It’s been an awesome experience.”
In the world of True Blood Janina said:
“No one really dies in True Blood land,” recalling a conversation with True Blood director Scott Winant, who noted that he had killed off Godric (Allan Hyde) twice on the series. “There’s always a chance, but even if it doesn’t happen, it’s been a dream. I took risks with this show that I’ve never taken on any other one. When you’re a woman in this business, you’re asked to do a lot of things. You have to decide if and when you’re ever going to do it, and I’m so proud to have been able to take the risks I have with this group of people around me. It’s been a blessing.”
Life Goes On for Janina Gavankar:
Though Janina’s time with HBO’s True Blood may be temporarily, or forever over, Janina is keeping herself plenty busy on other projects! She currently plays the role of McKenna Hall on the CW’s The Arrow, as well as a role on FX’s The League. One way or another we have not seen the last of Janina Gavankar!
Please let us know what you think of the unfortunate demise of Luna Garza!
Source: TVguide.com– True Blood Postmortem: Season 6’s First Casualty Speaks!
(Photo Credit: Imbd.com Janina Gavankar and Sam Trammell)
November 4, 2012
True Blood Stars at Autograph Signing for Aussie Fans:
Recently, I was given the opportunity to interview two stars of HBO’s True Blood: Tara Buck (Ginger) and Marshall Allman (Tommy Mickens). It was certainly an amazing experience and so much fun to catch up with the friendly and down to earth stars before they did their signing event at Club Fangtasia. If you didn’t get a chance to meet them at this event and you live in Melbourne, Australia, you also had the opportunity to meet up with them on Sunday 4th November during the First Contact Full Blood convention. Or, alternatively, see them at the Club Fangtasia Halloween party on Sunday night.
Even with their hectic schedule, the stars were happy to sit down and have a chat about True Blood with TrueBloodNet. Tara was straight into talking about her favourite True Blood moment: riding Pam’s coffin in Season 5. A moment that she didn’t know was to occur until she actually jumped on the coffin and it started to move. Which led to the first fan question, sent in by Lenore Mills, who asked if coffin riding was similar to horse riding? Tara was quick to declare that it wasn’t, but it was fairly close to mechanical bull riding!
Marshall then described his craziest True Blood moment, one which involved having to (while naked) jump and transform from a human into a bird. Besides the fact that he was jumping about naked, he kept making ad hoc transforming sound effects. As a result, they had to retake until he could jump without making any noises at all!
This was the opportune time to ask the question sent in by KL Joy: Since there are so much naked moments for shifters in True Blood, were there any awkward moments? Allman pointed out that being naked on set gets very old very quickly and it’s just a matter of getting on with the job.
It was also interesting to discover how the pair of them researched their roles. While Marshall plays a shifter and a character who is not in the Southern Vampire Mystery books by Charlaine Harris, he still found it easy enough to research:
Tommy had been basically raised as a dog fighter, so I watched ‘The Dog Whisperer’ and he did a whole episode on pitt bulls. He talked a lot about the nature of the pitt bull and how the breed has been trained. When pitt bulls experience pain, they don’t have a threshold for it and go crazier. They will attack until they die. So learning that, it was kind of like, wow, Tommy’s a lot like that, you know, he just doesn’t know when to stop.
Ginger, on the other hand, is a character in the books, so it is possible for her to draw on that. Although, Buck prefers to go with her own special version of her character. But, because Ginger dies in the books, there was a concern that the Ginger in the HBO series would suffer the same fate:
We shot a scene, that never made it to air, the very last scene of the last episode of Season 3, where Ginger runs into Fangtasia and her head is backwards and so you don’t know what has happened but clearly a spell has been cast and so, when I read that, I actually said to Alan Ball; “Oh my gosh, Alan, you killed me!” To which Alan replied; “No, no, no, Tara, don’t worry, your head’s just been turned around, but you’re still alive.”
Which is such a relief to hear, since so many people love Ginger. This bought me to the source of the most popular questions for Ginger: her scream. While it was never a part of the audition process for Tara Buck, when her character witnessed the death of Long Shadow in Season 1, it became an organic, ad lib process in the scene. Once she started wailing, everyone thought it was hilarious so they asked for more of it. Then, of course, she started throwing up, so they asked her to scream and throw up and then scream some more.
Truebie fan Eve Lynch, wanted to know how the the both of them got into acting? Tara announced that she fell in love with Michael J. Fox while watching him in the movie ‘Back To The Future’. Even though she was only 8, she decided that the only way to meet the celebrity, was to take up acting! Marshall, on the other hand, had originally planned to be a professional soccer player, but was, unfortunately, injured before he could live out that dream. On a whim, a friend suggested he try out on a talent search The rest, as they say, is history!
True Blood fan, Kate Rodaughan, wanted to ask Tara Buck if it was fun to play Ginger. To which the actress responded with a definite yes:
I don’t even know where to start. I love the costumes. They’re tiny – it’s like Halloween every day! Her hair is big and crazy and it’s just fun. I love it.
Another fan, Cindy Burrows, wanted to ask Marshall Allman about his role in Sons Of Anarchy. In particular, what it was like to play such a gullible character in a scene (where Allman’s character, Devon, is propositioned by a transvestite hooker) that fans have declared as hilarious, in a show that is not often known for its humor:
Oh man, it wasn’t hard at all! I absolutely loved playing the role of Devon. That scene was so much fun to shoot.
And fans of both Sons of Anarchy and Marshall Allman will be pleased to know that the role should be reprised in Season 6.
I can’t wait. You can go in so many different directions because he’s so wide-eyed and he has no idea what the culture is like.
I was also curious to know, besides True Blood, what is the strangest role either of them have ever had to play? Tara Buck is actually known for playing unique characters. So, for her, the weirdest ones, so far, are the roles of crazy Rhea Reynolds in Nip/Tuck and a character in her upcoming film ‘K-11′; who is a transgender inmate. She actually plays the role of a man playing a woman!
Allman has also had his share of interesting roles. Besides his stint as Devon in Sons of Anarchy, he has starred in the movie, ‘The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle’. In this movie he plays a janitor who gives birth to blue fish after becoming addicted to experimental cookies.
Now, if you want to see more of Tara Buck and Marshall Allman, they have plenty of stuff hitting the screens. Tara has a new movie coming out called ‘Tomorrow You’re Gone’ (also known as ‘Boot Tracks’), which stars Willem DaFoe, Stephen Dorff and Michelle Monaghan. It’s directed by David Jacobson and should hit the big screen early in 2013. The film, K-11 (which stars Goran Visnjic) is being released shortly.
Marshall Allman has just completed a movie called ‘Jane Mansfield’s Car’. It stars Billy Bob Thornton and Robert Duvall. You can also see Allman in the upcoming independent film, The Bounceback.
Thank you to Tara Buck, Marshall Allman, HBO, the crew at First Contact Conventions and Garth O’Hehir for making this interview possible.
(Photo Credits: ClubFangtasia.com.au/HBO Inc.)
April 12, 2012
True Blood’s Allman Stars in “Blue Like Jazz”
We all remember him as Tommy Mickens, Sam Merlottes messed up younger brother in season 4 of HBO‘s True Blood. While the character, Tommy, was often annoying, as younger brothers frequently seem, it was very well played by Marshall who is anything but annoying in real life as any of his Twitter followers can attest. Be sure to follow him – @MarshallAllman – as we’ll be tweeting him up during the rerunning of Season 4 of True Blood on HBO tonight . Marshall will be attending a screening of his new movie tonight, April 14th, 2012 but will take some time to give a shout out to all his True Blood fans during the showing. Marshall has appeared in dozens of other TV shows including “Justified” and “Prison Break” as well as hit movies such as “Hostage” starring “Bruce Willis” and “Prison Break“. Marshall plays the lead – Don Miller – in his latest movie, “Blue Like Jazz.” A synopsis of “Blue Like Jazz” follows and you can get ticket information and see a promo of the film by clicking the link at the bottom of the article.
In Theaters April 13
Directed & Co-Written by: Steve Taylor
Based on the best-selling book Blue Like Jazz by: Donald Miller
Produced by: Steve Taylor, J.Clarke Gallivan and Coke Sams
Starring: Marshall Allman, Claire Holt and Tania Raymonde
In Blue Like Jazz, Don, a pious nineteen-year-old sophomore at a Texas junior college, impulsively decides to escape his religious upbringing for life in the Pacific Northwest at one of the most progressive campuses in America, Reed College in Portland. Upon arrival, Reed’s surroundings and eccentric student body proves to be far different than he could possibly imagine from the environment from which he came, forcing him to embark on a journey of self-discovery to understand who he is and what he truly believes.
Credits: Roadside Attractions
March 9, 2012
Tommy Mickens Escapes the Bible Belt:
The trailer for Marshall Allman‘s new movie, Blue Like Jazz, has been released. Blue Like Jazz is about a 19 year old named Donald Miller who is ashamed of his Baptist upbringing and goes to a college in Oregon to escape. He lets loose and in the process, hurts some of his new friends and works to make it right. The movie looks like it is a classic coming of age story with a slightly religious twist. Allman is not the only young star in this film. It also stars Claire Holt (The Vampire Diaries), Tania Raymonde (Lost), and Natalia Dyer (Hannah Montana: The Movie).
Blue Like Jazz is directed by Steve Taylor, director of The Second Chance, which also has a religious theme. Steve Taylor, along with Ben Pearson, wrote the film. It is slated to be released April 13, 2012.
I think Allman is really going to be able to show off his acting chops in this film. Truebies, watch the trailer below and let us know what you think in the comments!
Sources: Blue Like Jazz on YouTube
September 1, 2011
We Say Goodbye to a Character:
During episode nine of season 4, titled “Let’s Get Out of Here”, Tommy Mickens (Marshall Allman) who plays Sam Merlotte’s (Sam Trammell) brother, again shifts into Sam. He is able to “skinwalk” because he killed his parents. We found out that could happen from Luna, Sam’s love interest. Her mother died giving birth to her, and she shifted into her mother once. Tommy shifts into Sam to protect him from werewolf pack leader Marcus, who was married to Luna. Tommy as Sam goes to meet Marcus, and when he arrives there are other pack members, along with Alcide Herveaux (Joe Manganiello). After some heated words, all the werewolves (except Alcide) proceed to beat the living daylights out of Tommy. After several blows, Tommy turns back into himself. Marcus becomes alarmed, and Alcide picks Tommy up and leaves. During the last episode, “Burning Down the House”, Alcide wants to take Tommy to the hospital, but Tommy declines, sensing that he’s not going to make it, and prefers to go home instead. They arrive at Merlotte’s the same time as Sam, who is frantic, and wants to get him some vampire blood to save him. Tommy declines, knowing he is dying, and having come to terms with it. Inside, the brothers share some last words, and a tender moment, seeming to work through their issues. Sam sheds some tears, and Tommy dies.
We’re sorry to see Marshall go, he played his character well. Here is a small photo tribute to Tommy:
Truebies, will you miss Tommy and/or Marshall? Leave us a comment sharing your thoughts.
(Photo Credit: HBO, Inc.)
August 13, 2011
Supernatural Vs. Supernatural:
A very interesting night for fans of True Blood as the plot thickens with the war that is beginning to rage between the vampires and witches. There is a definite line drawn in the ground and it will be very interesting to see who is on what side. The top quotes of the night from episode seven, “Cold Grey Light of Dawn”:
“It may be ten minutes from now or ten years, the moment you think you’re safe, I promise, I will hunt you down and f***ing shred you like confetti.”
Pam to Tara outside of Merlotte’s. It doesn’t matter if Pam’s skin is melting off or she is dolled up in 300 dollar shoes, she is one scary vamp!
“I swear to God I’ll burn this f***ing taco stand to the ground if you don’t let us up out this muthaf***er.”
Layfette to Jesus’s grandfather after being scared to death and taken over by Jesus’ dead uncle. The best part was when Jesus’ grandfather came out, very nonchalant, like, ‘Hold your horses, I was just having sex with my wife’. I mean really, La La! How dare you interrupt him?
“Well I sure as hell don’t want to fry in the sun, what do we do?”
Jessica to Bill when he tells her about the complicated situation regarding Antonia resurrecting in Marnie’s body.
“So tonight we go to ground in silver, and then what?”
“I’m listening to your heartbeat. I can feel it. Every pulse through your skin into mine. If I lay still and think about nothing else, feels like my own heart is beating.”
Eric to Sookie after making love. The way he looks at Sookie so beautiful and gentle. It was truly a beautiful moment between the two of them.
“I’m going to shove my fist up your a** and use you as a hand warmer.”
Pam to the doctor while undergoing her beauty treatment. I think Pam needs to be nicer to that doctor who is saving her a**, literally.
“Pam! Get your a** out here you prune faced bitch, I ain’t scared of you.”
Tara to the woods when walking down the road where she ends up meeting Marnie’s new identity. While Tara was at first skeptical, she eventually agreed with Antonia/Marnie that they need to protect themselves. I wonder how Tara is going to feel when she realizes the full extent of Antonia’s plan.
Out Comes the Sun
“Ain’t going to be nothing left for you to save if you keep at it — I feel like I’m dying.”
Jessica to Bill who is nearly begging to not be silvered anymore.
“I’ve lost too many people in my life, I can’t lose you too.”
Sookie to Eric when having to silver him. Awww, they are beginning to be that super sweet couple that no one wants to be around.
“Old Luca could have warned me. I felt like a giant-a** puppet for your ghost uncle.”
“Okay, how can I say this in a way you won’t misinterpret — f*** you.”
Luna to Sam over the phone. I am not sure if smarty pants Sam could still misinterpret that message.
“Well I can ask my boyfriend, he’s got great spiritual energy when he’s not stoned”.
Coven member to Tara when asked to bring in more people to the coven circle. Hmm, they aren’t being very picky are they?
“I’m sorry. I have caused you so much suffering in your human life and now in this one.”
Bill to Jessica, such a sweet and emotional line between the two of them. He seems to be trying to make amends to those that are important to him.
“Are you in love with her?”
Debbie to Alcide when asking about whether or not Alcide is in love with Sookie. Debbie, Debbie, Debbie! When a man and you are in the moment, best not to start talking about another woman. Show him that you are strong and confident.
“Tell me… was I next? I mean there’s no way to keep it up with both of us around, the only thing to do would be to kill me, then you’d have the money, the bar, the girl… everything.”
Sam to Tommy when confronting him about changing into Sam. Looks like Tommy is on the outs again.
“But understand this, vampires are NOT immortal. They are only harder to kill.”
“He’s not going to make it without somebody there for him.”
The line that started it all, the fiasco at the end. Sookie said it to Jason, who then realized that Jessica would need someone as well. So he went in search of her, where he was met by one of Bill’s guards. The last sounds of the night were Jessica’s desire to see the sun and a gunshot. Who will make it out alive?
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(Photo credits: HBO, Inc.)
August 6, 2011
Witches, Shifters and Weres, Oh My!
Okay, not really. There’s a lot more that needs to be said about this episode. And it’s not all full-moon-romps-in-the-woods, if you know what I mean…
After teasing us last week with Eric and Sookie locking lips, we picked up right where we left off (thank Godric). Hot. Hot until Bill interrupted. His mix of emotions and reactions here was true to form. Eric and Bill’s fight was full of delectable tension, until Sookie informed Eric he was about to stake his King. Again, Bill Compton’s reaction to Eric’s sudden turnaround was pitch-perfect confusion.
While we’re on the subject, I’m just going to skip right to the ending. Eric’s final requests were quite touching. His reasoning for releasing Pam sounded a lot like the old Eric. His statements about Sookie, however, were a little heavy-handed, but I went along with it. The hook-up at the end was steamy and all, though I still contend that the opening scene was sexier. Maybe that’s just me… Did anybody else think Bill could’ve shed a single blood-tear while he was standing on his porch with a snifter of TruBlood? Come on. He supposedly still cares about Sookie. He supposedly still hates Eric. He set Eric free knowing what was going to happen, probably purposely, considering Eric’s words about Sookie deserving to be happy with whoever can provide it for her. Didn’t that affect him in the slightest? All season, Bill’s actions have been throwing me. Not all that thrilled with him.
Elsewhere in Bon Temps —
Witches, witches, witches. Terrible stories about witches and vampires in Spain, wreaking havoc on each other. There’s major history here with the vampires infiltrating the Catholic church, torturing witches through the Spanish Inquisition. While the scenes themselves were well done and visually effective, I’ve decided that the only time “history” works in True Blood is when it involves characters we know and care about. And I don’t know these characters, so the history lessons feel… well, like history lessons. As hard as I’ve been trying all season, I just cannot get into the witch story. It’s becoming too much. Vampires and weres and shifters all have their own issues. Must the witches get involved? Though I got to admit, Jesus’s abuelo is one screwed-up dude. Terrifying, really.
Tara’s girlfriend finally busted her for lying, forcing Tara to ’fess up about her real life. The most interesting thing about her story was she seems pretty well set on staying in Bon Temps.
Very upset about the Tommy skin-walking situation. This is because I love Sam and hated to see Tommy ruin Sam’s life in less than 24 hours. Though kudos to Sam Trammell’s mad acting skills. He totally had the Tommy Mickens walk and talk down pat. As the skin-walker, “Tommy-Sam” left quite a wake – fired Sookie, slept with Luna and subsequently dissed her.
Really, did anybody actually play their own characters? Tommy was Sam (meaning Sam Trammell was playing Marshall Allman as Tommy trying to be Sam Merlotte… whew…), Lafayette and Marnie were each possessed by another spirit, Eric was still amnesia-ed …
“I’m a police officer! And a werepanther! Back off!”
On the plus side, this was Jason’s best episode all season. He was so innocently scared at the potential of becoming a werepanther, it was adorable. And his heartfelt conversation with Jessica was absolutely endearing. I’m not sure where they’re going with this, but I’m admittedly curious. I love Jess and Hoyt, but this could work as something, too.
Arlene and Terry’s house erupted in flames. Baby Mikey was already outside with that damn doll. Who was that lady? She looked too pretty to be evil. But why else would Mikey see her? Very creepy. Glad Terry’s armadillo made it out okay.
A little bit of Alcide is better than no Alcide at all. And with Debbie joining the pack behind his back, it’s only a matter of time before she does something crazy. Right? Right??
Clearly, this was not one of my favorite episodes, despite the Eric and Sookie situation. And that’s kind of depressing. Sorry if this was ultra-negative. Maybe I’m being too harsh. What did you guys think?
(Photo Credit: HBO, Inc)
July 13, 2011
Alcide is Back and Eric is “Gone”:
Whew. After his initial monologuing, Amnesia Eric was a delightful surprise. Finding Debbie in Alcide‘s pretty new house? Horrible surprise. But more on that later…
I’ve seen/heard a few complaints that this season “isn’t as good” or “it’s gotten weird.” Let me just say – #1, We’re 3 episodes in, haters! Don’t judge a season so quickly. And #2, I just have to plain disagree. Season 4, so far, has been at least on par with previous seasons. And I’ll tell you why.
True Blood has been loved from the very beginning for its soapy-meets-campy tone. Fluffy meta moments lighten up the drippy drama of a faerie living in a vampire hierarchy. Hence, Sookie reading a Charlaine Harris novel. Look, whenever a series throws in new characters, or changes characters drastically – either temporarily or permanently – fans are always quick to turn on their favorite show. All I’m saying is give it time before you start trolling comment threads. You can’t judge a whole season until it’s over. And I don’t know about you, but I’m in no rush.
Rant over. On to the good stuff —
Eric’s newly innocent state has proven to be the most adorable thing ever. I know I said that last time about his wooing Sookie with appliances, but I mean it even more this week. Between his apologies (“sorry”) and the ever-so-sincere tone when he asked Sookie “Would you like to be mine?”- sigh. Alexander Skarsgård did an outstanding job making Eric vulnerable without being too ridiculous.
Pam was quick to panic when she learned the news, and now she’s all uber-suspicious of Bill. Is it really possible that Bill would set up Eric like that? True, he already tried once. And yes, Sookie did ask Bill for help with Eric’s home-owning situation. But Bill’s angry voicemail makes me think otherwise.
Jessica and Hoyt are having relationship issues, yes. And while it was nice to see Jess reunite with her maker, the scene felt a little awkward. Seeking relationship advice, Bill and Jessica’s talk didn’t feel “father-daughter” “brother-sister” or “best friends.” It just felt weird. Although it did garner one of my favorite quotes from the episode: “Vamp up.”
What about that doll? It freaked me out the first time we saw it on the floor of Jess & Hoyt’s new place, then seeing Hoyt holding it was a whole other level of creepy. At least Baby Mikey seems to be enjoying it.
So Tommy wants to steal from the woman who has taken him in. Charming. I liked Tommy best when he worked at Merlotte’s – he had great chemistry with Jessica and he could be involved without some contrived storyline. Now, Tommy’s character just seems lost.
Bill and Portia, huh? Like her or not, you got to respect Portia’s bluntness. Girl knows how to get to the point.
I’m not sure why, but I just can’t get into Lafayette and Jesus. I’m bored when their wiccan ways are discussed. Sure, Marnie is fascinating and I’m curious to see if the spirit will accept her sacrifice. But otherwise, eh.
Poor Jason! For real, that boy just can’t win. His entire storyline was disturbing this week. That scene with all the girls watching? Yikes. I hope Jason gets to spend an episode not tied to a bed soon.
Finally, Alcide. I was so happy to see him. He and Sookie are all cute and then who walks in, but former V-addict/Russell Edgington dog Debbie. Blindsided by that one. Clearly, Sookie wasn’t thrilled, either. Totally ruined her plans. Where will that relationship go?
Sam and Tara had a cute moment. It’s nice that they’re still friends. That’s really all I have to say on the matter.
So Eric drained Claudine, huh? I was a little confused – did Eric appear because he heard Sookie yell at Claudine or just because he smelled her or something?
This was a good episode for certain characters while others stalled out in the background. But with only 55 minutes or so, we can’t always see everybody.
What’d you all think?
(Photo Credit: HBO, Inc.)
July 12, 2011
Who Said it?
The first quote comes from Sookie Stackhouse to her fairy godmother Claudine:
“If your job is to look after me, can I say you suck.”
Viewers can totally agree with this statement. Since the beginning of the series Sookie has taken a beating but she has kept on ticking. Maybe her fairy godmother was indeed looking after her?
The next one came shortly after the first one, when Sookie was speaking to the Queen of the Fairies, Mab:
“I’m staying away from vampires, I can guaran-damn-tee you that.”
Yeah, Sookie — we totally believe you.
The third one comes from my personal favorite, vampire Eric Northman. He handsomely walks up to Sookie’s doorstep and tells her,
“Everyone who claims to love, your friends, you brother, even Bill Compton, they all gave up on you. I. Never. Did.”
Whose heart didn’t melt at hearing that? Well it didn’t melt Andy Bellefluer’s… number four comes from him:
“For 13 straight months I’ve had that open case on my books. If it weren’t for you, this year’s Louisiana Safe Streets plaque would be on my wall and not f***ing Webster Parrish. You owe me a plaque!”
Where would the streets of Bon Temps be without Andy?
The Ones That Make Us Giggle
Number five happens when the hilarious and always stylish Lafayette enters the Moon Goddess Emporium:
“It smells like where old air fresheners go to die.”
Number six comes after cute but creepy baby Mikey finds a new way to play with dolls:
“Decapitating Barbie dolls? What the hell kind of baby does that?”
Poor Terry has his hands full with Arlene this season. His cure for her craziness…just love her more. He tells her,
“When I was a kid I used to put squirrel heads on lizard bodies and invent new animals.”
Didn’t everyone do that?
Coming in at number 8 is a quote from our favorite ginger vampire, Jessica, talking to her boyfriend Hoyt:
“Do you understand how gross human food is to a vampire? It’s all dead. Permanently, forever dead. Going to the Piggly Wiggly for me is like going to the morgue for you.”
With that analogy, I do believe Jessica won that fight.
Even in Bon Temps, it seems there is nothing on TV.
“TV sure hasn’t gotten any better in the last year.”
… complains Sookie to her brother Jason.
In the town down the road, Nan Flanagan is filming Pam for a commercial regarding vampires. Ms. AVL quips:
“I have proof. Scientific. People are far dumber than they realize.”
She must have been talking to those people NOT watching True Blood. Luckily, the always enthralling Eric comes in to save the commercial.
“We’re always more than happy to serve humans here at Fangtasia. And I don’t mean for dinner.”
Changes Are Coming
In the year that Sookie had been missing, a lot changed for Bon Temps. One of the changes is Jason Stackhouse is now responsible and carries a badge. The second is that Sheriff Andy is still carrying a badge but has a new taste for vampire blood. In the scene where Jason saves Lafayette from Andy, Jason says:
“I’m not saying anything happened just now, but if something did happen, it didn’t happen.”
Hoyt’s mommy has found a new son to take care of, and he comes in the form of Sam Merlotte’s little brother Tommy. She asks him:
“You gonna be comfy, hon? You want a tushy cushion?”
How embarrassing. It looks like Tommy and Hoyt are both dressed in plaid shirts, they must get their fashion sense from Maxine. Number 14 comes from Pam speaking of Hoyt:
“That tree with the plaid shirt, it has a name?”
The Best for Last
The last quote of Episode 1 comes again from the Nordic vampire:
“I always knew you were alive, and if I owned the house, well I would own you. Sookie, you are mine.”
I keep replaying that last one in my head, I just replace Sookie’s name with mine, of course!
True Blood is off to a great season! Can’t wait to see what they say next. Share some of your favorite quotes with us in the comment section below!
Source: www.buddytv.com – Best True Blood Quotes from Season Four Premiere
(Photo Credits: HBO, Inc)
July 1, 2011
True Blood’s New Shifters Compare ‘Methods’
Marshall Allman, who plays Sam Merlotte’s brother, Tommy is giving newbie shifter, Luna (played by Janina Gavankar) a “shifting for the camera” lesson. What no one has told Marshall, though, is that he can’t actually shift.
Warning: The following video is NSFW (not safe for work). Enjoy!
Source: Hollywood Reporter – ‘True Blood’s’ Marshall Allman Shows the New Girl How Shapeshifting’s Done (Video)
(Photo Credit: HBO, Inc.)