Playlist: True Blood - Episode 2.03
1. "Spell of Wheels" - Peter Case - Sam is angry when Daphne comes up short
2. "Me Cai" - Pacifika - MaryAnn cooking in prep for party
3. "Shooting the Rapids" - Stock music from 5 Alarm - Terry drives off angry
4. "Willin' to Crawl" - Johnny Neel - Tara and Eggs talk at beginning of party
5. "What's a Man to Do" - The Mule Newman Band - Sam warns Tara via phone message
6. "Sex and Candy" - Marcy Playground - Jessica walks into Merlottes, talks with Hoyt
7. "When the Fire Starts to Burn" - Stock music from Black Toast Music - Jessica reveals to Hoyt she's a vampire
8. "Ice Ages" - DJ Acucrack - Sookie negotiates with Eric
9. "Power (Voodoo Version) - King Britt Presents Sister Gertrude Morgan - Andy shows up at MaryAnn's party
10. "Destiny Complete" - The Angel - Tara notices what's going on at the party
11. "Scratches" - Debbie Davies - Closing credits
Monday, June 29, 2009
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From Tulsa World
It seems as if the whole world's been bitten. From Buffy to Bella to Sookie Stackhouse, vampire stories have never been hotter. Why are vampire stories so in demand? Maybe it's the notion of never dying, or it's the idea of regular folks opening their eyes to a secret coven among them. Nevertheless, vamps haven't finished leaving their marks anytime soon.
On the small screen
From a plucky cheerleader to a sultry cocktail waitress, TV heroines can't stop swooning over vampires.
Read on for vamp TV and movies
From True Blood Episode 3 'Scratches'
"Sarah's pudding is a little slice of heaven," says the Rev Steve Newlin. "I'm going to get the whipped cream," Sarah responds. Steve says "Sarah doesn't just whip out her pudding for anybody,"
. 1 cup Sugar
. 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
. 1/2 teaspoon salt
. 2 cups milk (whole or 2%)
. 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
. 1 tablespoon butter (not margarine)
. 4 egg yolks (large eggs or better)
. box of Vanilla wafers
. 4-5 ripe bananas
. Whipped Cream
Line the bottom of a 9" x 9" baking dish with a layer of vanilla wafers.
Peel the bananas and slice. Combine the sugar, flour and salt in a bowl, and stir well to mix. Set aside.
In a heavy saucepan, beat the egg yolks well (just use a fork or whisk, but beat them well). Over medium heat, add the flour mixture to the egg yolks, alternately with the milk and vanilla, stirring constantly. Bring to a gentle boil and, when the mixture begins to thicken, add the butter, continuing to stir. Keep boiling and stirring until mixture reaches a pudding consistency. Remove from heat.
Place a layer of banana slices in the baking dish on top of the vanilla wafers. Pour, spreading as necessary, half of the pudding over the banana layer. Put down another layer of vanilla wafers, another layer of banana slices, and cover with the remaining pudding.
You can keep out a few wafers and crush them up and sprinkle on top. Top with whipped cream or cool whip.
**Note many Southern Banana pudding recipe call for a meringue topping but Sarah prefers whipped cream.
From the Boston Herald
What in the name of Vlad Dracul is going on?
Suddenly, it’s vampires 24/7. First, Stephenie Meyer’s bestselling “Twilight” series is an instant 2008 blockbuster with two sequels already announced (the first follow-up, “The Twilight Saga: New Moon,” opens Nov. 20).
Then, “True Blood” (2008), featuring Anna Paquin as vampire-loving waitress Sookie Stackhouse, becomes a ratings magnet on HBO. Then Guillermo del Toro co-writes and publishes “The Strain,” a novel about vampires ravaging New York City.
It’s popcorn, garlic and holy water at the arthouse, too, where the Swedish supernatural thriller “Let the Right One In” was a 2008 sleeper hit (an inevitable American version is in the works). On July 10, “Blood: The Last Vampire” arrives in area theaters. A live-action version of a 48-minute 2000 Japanese anime, the film tells the “Blade”-like tale of a “halfling” girl sent to root out a vampire demon at a military school. This summer, we’ll also see “Thirst” (July 31), a South Korean drama about a priest who becomes a vampire after a botched medical procedure; it’s from the renegade auteur Chan-wook Park.
This week's True Blood picked up exactly where last week's left off: Sookie, Bill, and Jessica in car, squabbling. Then: Sookie leaves car, is chased by what Eric will later refer to as "this bull-man," is attacked and left with supernatually poisonous, bleeding scars on her back. That shut up Jessica for a few minutes, didn't it? ("Petulant, dangerous, afraid," Bill describes Jessica, as who among us is not?)
Loved Dr. Ludwig and her grumpy ministrations. Loved Sookie going to Fangtasia, reading Ginger's mind, and finding Lafayette. (In fact, it was good in general to have a Sookie-centric episode this week, wasn't it?)
Did not understand why Sookie now owes Eric a favor for helping save her and Lafayette. I mean, going to Dallas to hunt wayard vampires? Who does Eric think Sookie is, Buffy Summers? All suggestions/obvious reasons I'm missing in this regard are most welcome. (Seems like she should have prevailed favor-free, given the righteousness of her argument plus the back-up strength of Bill, who really should have stepped up and supported her, but was curiously, wimpily passive in this scene with Eric. What's up with that?) But, but: best exchange of the night: Eric to Sookie, "Perhaps I will grow on you." Sookie to Eric, "I'd prefer cancer."
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