Sam on Jimmy Kimmel Live Friday, June 4, 2010 at 12 EST/11 CST on the ABC
Friday, May 28, 2010
As True Blood‘s oft-shirtless — and ever clueless — resident mortal hunk Jason Stackhouse, Ryan Kwanten has just about seen it all –- and he’s done it without having to worry much about a wardrobe. But as the third season of the HBO hit series gears up for it’s June 13 premiere, Sookie’s older brother can breathe a slight sigh of relief (and maybe let himself go a bit) as the rest of the cast will be doing the bulk of the flesh-baring.
“I’ve passed the nudity mantel,” Kwanten tells PEOPLE at Ubisoft’s launch of Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands. “Some of the others cast members have taken on the throne.”
And a sometimes chilly throne it is.
Gotta say I am never too happy with all the advanced dvd going out every year of the first 3 episodes - nothing ends up being a mystery until episode 4 it all leaks out.
It's time once again to invite HBO's gloriously addictive vampire drama True Blood, returning in just a few weeks' time with its third season, back into our homes.
Based on the strength of the first three episodes of the season, there's no need for it to use a glamour, as viewers will only be too willing to let it in without a struggle.
When we last saw the inhabitants of Louisiana bayou town Bon Temps, they were recovering after their brush with the immortal maenad Maryann (Michelle Forbes) and tensions were running high. When poor, doomed Eggs (Mehcad Brooks) finally remembered the actions he had taken while in her thrall, he sought to make a confession to Andy Bellefleur (Chris Bauer), only to be shot to death by Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten). Elsewhere, Sookie (Anna Paquin) considered a marriage proposal from Bill (Stephen Moyer), only to discover that he had been kidnapped.
I had the opportunity to watch the first three episodes of Season Three of True Blood and was quickly sucked back into a world of supernatural intrigue, illicit passion, and seductive darkness.
** I made this ambrosia but fruit salad could off course just be sliced fruit with a little sugar sprinkled over then refrigerated.
Anyone remember when this is eaten in book ?
Southern Ambrosia Salad
* 1- 20 ounce can pineapple chunks in juice
* 1 - 11 ounce can Mandarin orange segments in syrup
* 1- firm large banana
* 1 1/2 cups seedless grapes
* 1- cup miniature marshmallows
* 1- cup flaked coconut toasted or not
* 1/2 cup chopped pecans
* 1- cup dairy sour cream or plain yogurt
* 1-tablespoon brown sugar
How to make it
* Drain pineapple and orange segments.
* In a large bowl, combine pineapple,mandarin oranges, banana grapes, marshmallows,coconut and nuts.
* In a 1-quart bowl measure, combine sour cream,
* ( or yogurt) and brown sugar. Stir gently into fruit mixture.
* Refrigerate, covered for 1 hour or overnight.
* The longer you let it sit the better it gets!