True Blood Season 7: Carrie Preston Talks About De-Fellatio
July 5, 2014 by Rachel Tsoumbakos
Arlene Fowler and Betty get Personal:
Many fans of HBO’s True Blood were intrigued by the death of vampire Betty in Episode 2 (entitled I Found You) of True Blood Season 7. It seemed they were wondering whether Betty died because of an accelerated version of Hep-V or whether she possibly died because of something special in Arlene Fowler’s (Carrie Preston) blood.
Besides this dilemma, how did HBO even go about getting a person to explode while drinking blood from the femoral artery of Arlene? It seems Carrie Preston was happy to spill the beans in that department:
It’s a practical effect that actually happened between my legs,” she said with a laugh. “I ended up calling that doll De-fellatio [Laughs]—lady between my legs! I don’t know if you can print that, but that’s what I called her. De-fellatio remains very much part of that scene and it gets very scary, it gets very scary as the next couple of episodes are pretty terrifying…These Hep-V vampires are no joke…[T]hey’re still vampires and even though they’re weak, they’re still vampires and they’re stronger than humans.
While the mechanics of this scene is quite hilarious to think about, Carrie then goes on to drop the following bombshell:
The carnage does not end after episode two.
Let us know your thoughts on just how bad it could get for Arlene and the others in the basement of Fangtasia by commenting below!
Source: E!Online – Carrie Preston Breaks Down True Blood’s Exploding Vampire, “De-Fellatio”
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