Fancast’s Top 10 Moments of True Blood Season 3

September 5, 2010 by  

Waiting sucks, doesn’t it?  The good (and bad) news is there is only a week to go before the finale of True Blood Season 3.  To help tide us over until next Sunday, Fancast has put together their top 10 moments from this season.  See if you agree.

10. Sookie Gives Alcide A Sponge Bath (Episode 304: 9 Crimes)

I’m not sure it was a “sponge bath”, exactly, but really, who cares?  Any excuse to see Joe Manganiello shirtless.

9.  Sookie Is A Fairy (Episode 310: I Smell A Rat)

Yes, Sookie is a fairy.  For those of us who are fans of the books, we already knew this.  For those of you are True Blood fans exclusively, maybe the reveal was “f—ing lame.”  Certainly, the fairy world as depicted on True Blood is fairly (or is that fairily) lame.

8. Debbie Pelt Is Initiated Into The Wolf Pack (Episode 304: 9 Crimes)

Debbie gets stripped, humiliated and branded.  Gee, I so have to join that club.  Not.  You’ve really got to feel a bit sorry for Debbie.

7. Franklin Sends A Text Message (Episode 305:  Trouble)

“Watch how fast I type motherf*cker.  It’s cool right?”  Franklin was such a lovable psychopath, wasn’t he?  We are going to miss him.  Tara not so much.

6. Bill Twists Lorena’s Head 180 Degrees While They Have Sex (Episode 303: It Hurts Me Too)

That scene took the definition of rough sex to a whole new level.  Obviously, Lorena didn’t have a safe word worked out with Bill.

5.  Russell Marries Sophie Ann and Kills The Magister (Episode 307:  Hitting the Ground)

Isn’t love grand.  Pity the Magister-head bouquet went goo all over the floor.

4. Bill Attacks Sookie (Episode 307:  Hitting the Ground)

Dramatic scene, yes, favorite scene, not so sure.

3. Eric Sleeps With Talbot – Then Kills Him (Episode 308: Night on the Sun)

Eric proves that revenge can be hot and cold all at the same time.  Poor Talbot, we’ll miss him

2. Eric Burns Himself Alive To Kill Russell (Episode 311: Fresh Blood)

See above.

1. Russell’s TV News Meltdown (Episode 309: Everything is Broken)

Russell auditions for Vampire Master Chef with a recipe of parents and children. It was a fabulous moment penned by Alexander Woo and brought to life by Denis O’Hare.  Spectacular!

Not sure this is my top ten.  What do you think?

Source: Fancast – True Blood’s 10 Most Memorable Moments of the Season

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