True Blood Season 2 Spoiler and Casting News: Episode 2.06 – Friend Is a Four Letter Word

March 11, 2009 by  

E25HBOsideTrue Blood season 2 news regarding episode 6 which is entitled “Friend Is a Four Letter Word”. According to SpoilerTV this episode is to begin filming on March 20 and will be directed by Michael Lehman and written by Brian Buckner. We would like to point out the information presented here is not set in stone and that Alan Ball himself has stated in a previous interview that sometimes they like to throw out casting calls to throw people off guard and maintain the element of surprise to True Blood. That being said here is what SpoilerTV is reporting for casting calls for True Blood.

Character: Hugo – A caucasian man in his early 30s to 40, appears to be a a buttoned-down accountant or lawyer type and he is to play Isabel’s human boyfriend. He is locked up with Sookie in the bomb shelter of the F.O.T.S. Church. This is a guest star and will appear in 2 episode.

Character: A middle-aged man – We will first see this character in a flashback scene where the character is drunk and he and his beautiful companion are enjoying the music at a 1920s Art Deco House. He seems shocked but intrigued by Lorena’s invitation to enjoy the scandalous after-hours partying. Later, we watch as Lorena and Bill have their way with the terrified middle-aged man. 1 speech & 6 lines, 2 scenes

Character: Young Woman – Again in a flashback during the Prohibition days, the middle-aged man’s beautiful, much younger date. She is innocent and sad and later victimized. 3 lines, 2 scenes

Character: Female Human Blood Hooker – This human blood hooker is allowing a clearly disinterested Eric to drink from her. 4 lines, 1 scene

Character: Bonita Lou – she is in her 50s – 60s and she plays Maxine’s fun-loving friend; the two are seen dining at Merlotte’s. 2 lines, 2 scenes

SOURCE: SpoilerTV

(Photo credit: HBO Inc./Jaimie Trueblood)

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  • Shan McKinney

    I have read all of the books in this series, and am patiently waiting for the next one. That being said, I love True Blood. I didn’t even know about the books until I saw the show. After the first episode I went right out and got all of the books that have been published to date. I must say that the creater’s and writers of this this show is doing a fabulous job. I like the fact that they stay true to the books and also enhance them. All I have to say is keep up the good work, and I can’t wait for season 2 to begin.