Monday, June 14, 2010

True Blood Season 3 Episode 1 subtitles

What did they say last night in the episode ? Now you know! Full transcript of episode


Talk True Blood Blogtalk Radio Show Season 3 Ep 1 with Dallas @SookieBonTemps and Becca Wilcott

What you haven't listened to last nigh's show yet ?
Also here is a taste of the chat-room and the log from the chat-room

True Blood S3 Epsiode 1 Log

True Blood S3 Episode 1 CHAT

True Blood Episode 3.02 'Beautifully Broken' promo

Alex Skarsgard interview

From our friend BarbH
I finally had the chance to interview Alexander Skarsgard on 6/11/10. Below is a link to the audio file (mp3)..Oh and here are some pix from the True Blood premiere and after party for you to use on your site if you wish. (Tanya Wright aka Kenya Jones, Alan Hyde and Joe Manganiello) Finally the premiere is here!

True Blood Twitter Presents: Drop of True Blood Thursday

Need I say that @sookiebontemps is my fantastic co-host on our Talk True Blood blogtalk radio show !

True Blood on Twitter Thursday is back!  And it’s going to be bigger and bolder than ever:
  1. We’ve got a new name: Drop of True Blood Thursday. Why the new name? Because for Season 3, we’ve got something totally new planned for you!
  2. Every Thursday night at 9pm / 8pm CT, we’re going to give you a new Drop, a new original storyline that gives you a scene you didn’t see in Sunday night’s episode. Maybe it’s Bill being shoved into the car by the Fuck You Crew and speeding off into the night.  Maybe it’s Andy crawling through the window into Jason’s house before they have their man-to-man talk.  Whatever the Drop is, you’re going to have join us on Thursday night to find out.
  3. We’ve set up a brand new stage for you to not only watch, but truly be a part of the show.  Call it an interactive social theater, a space where you can not only watch the story play out, but get into the action.  Every one of your responses, your comments, your OMGs will become part of the storyline and may eventually affect the outcome of Thursday night storylines to come.   To be a part of Drop of True Blood Thursday, go to and sign in.
  4. Share the love! Let your friends on Facebook and Twitter know that you’re going to be a part of Drop of True Blood Thursday! Drops are best when shared and not kept to yourself!
Join us for the very first Drop of True Blood Thursday:
  • When: Every Thursday night, 9pm / 8pm CT after a new episode of True Blood airs
  • Where:
  • Who to follow: Don’t you worry about that. We’ve got it covered.
**The True Blood players on Twitter are fans of True Blood and Charlaine Harris’ Sookie Stackhouse Mysteries. Created by fans for fans.  Endorsed by but not affiliated with HBO or True Blood.

Who are all these new people on True Blood? By Meredith Woerner

Meredith is also part of our Talk True Blood blogtalk radio shows! You can listen to last night's show on the right !

Who are all these new people on True Blood?
Before you watch Sunday's season premiere of True Blood, you may be wondering who all these sexy new faces are? Here's a round up of all the new supernatural characters who are ready to take their clothes off. Spoilers ahead...

Who are all these new people on True Blood?
Who: Coot
What: Werewolf
Actor: Grant Bowler
New character Coot is the leader of the werewolf biker gang called the Fuck You Crew. Loves v-juice and is a bit of a dick, but that might just be the v-juice.

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True Blood Inside Episode 3.01 with Alan Ball

Alan Ball takes us inside the first episode of season 3, explaining story lines and how the scenes with the wolves are shot.

Becca Wilcott: ‘True Blood’ primer and season 3, episode 1 recap

 Becca is also part of out Talk True Blood Team!

Becca Wilcott is the author of Truly, Madly, Deadly: The Unofficial True Blood Companion (ECW Press), and will be recapping this season of True Blood on The Ampersand. Find her at and follow her on Twitter @BeccaWilcott.
#waitingsucks. Or so says the rabid Twitter True Blood fan base. With last night’s Season Three premiere, the wait ended. And it didn’t suck. Literally. There was a surprising lack of feeding. You’d almost think True Blood was a show about — gasp — relationships!
For those new to the show, True Blood is an ensemble “pulp opera” that so far has introduced us to real vampires who live in mainstream society, able to survive on a synthetic blood replacement. One such vampire is Bill Compton, who at the end of Season Two has just proposed to his girlfriend, the telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse. Sookie initially expresses hesitation — things have been pretty messed up in Bon Temps — but after some reflection in the  powder room, she bounds out with an enthusiastic yes, just in time to miss seeing Bill dragged off by unidentified kidnappers.

‘True Blood’s Alan Ball: The Series Could Run As Long As The Books

After Sunday night’s hot season premiere of ‘True Blood,’ many fans are probably hoping the series will live forever, just like the vampires it chronicles.  However, most HBO series are decidedly mortal.  ‘The Sopranos‘  and ‘Sex and The City‘ lasted six seasons, ‘Six Feet Under‘ and ‘The Wire‘ lasted five.  ‘Deadwood‘ only lasted three.  ‘True Blood’s’ creator Alan Ball thinks that the series has the potential to beak HBO’s longevity record and run almost as many seasons as ‘Law and Order.’
Ball explained, “I think ‘True Blood’ could run longer than ‘Six Feet Under’ [also created by Ball] because of the supernatural element.  There’s just so many areas to create stories that we didn’t have on ‘Six Feet Under’.  Literally by the fourth season we started to hit the wall.  It was like what about –oh no we did that in season two.  But because of the supernatural element in ‘True Blood’ I feel like it could continue much longer.”

True Blood, Season 3, Episode 1: Beck Is Thicker Than Water

Jef is now part of our team for our Talk True Blood Blogtalk radio show !

Alan Ball was known for his masterful use of music in Six Feet Under. He's lost none of his touch when it comes to his current HBO series, True Blood - which happens to be set in ​the Louisiana swamps, not terribly far from Houston.

Episode 13.1: Bad Blood

Welcome back to Bon Temps, LA, where the men drink blood, the women hear your thoughts, and the children don't figure much into the R-rated happenings. When last we left True Blood, Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) was rushing out of the bathroom of a very nice restaurant to tell Vampire Bill (Stephen Moyer) that indeed she would be his until her death did they part when he was suddenly abducted. We pick up the vamp-napping in progress as three hillbillies take turns using Bill like a wine cooler in the backseat in order to get high off his blood.

Blood figures in any vampire series. It's kind of a big deal. But the impression Gothtopia gets is that the concept of tainted blood will play a big part in this season. Are we as people, even undead or shape shifting people, fated to become like those whose blood gave us life in the first place? Certainly nurture battles nature. The children of rock stars become accountants. Last we heard, none of the children adopted from the Manson family, including Charlie's own biological children, have become hypnotic murderers. And yet, 500 years after the death of Vlad the Impaler (Who served as the inspiration of Bram Stoker's Dracula), one of his direct descendants owned and operated a Turkish blood bank. Is a blood link to a bloody past an indicator of an inescapable fate?

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True Blood Post Mortem : Alan Ball and Stephen Moyer talk about working wih the real wolves

Conscious off, Dick on T- Shirt

Yes,  you can already buy one ! HERE

Feed your Obsession with HBO Contest

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True Blood Type "V" Cocktail recipe

Enjoy your True Blood "V" Cocktail as we together kick off the summer Vampire Season!
Virgin UP: True Blood Type "V" Cocktail

4 oz Spicy V-8
juice of 1/2 lime
1 1/2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
6 dashes Tabasco® sauce
salt, pepper to taste
1 lime wedge
2 celery stalks

Add juices and sauce to a shaker with ice, adding salt and pepper to taste.
Shake vigorously enough to burn calories and send a clear message to the Devil, himself, that you are not playin' his game.
Strain over ice cubes into a highball glass and add a lime wedge and both celery stalks.

True Blood Premier parties send me your pics and recipes!!!

Viking Vamp writes  ....
What a premier! Couldn’t have asked for more!
You know me- it isn’t a premier or finale without some True Blood Themed eats, and last night was no exception! Dubbed the Bon Temps Buffet, I tried to go the extra mile this time! I wanted to send you some pics from the shindig at my house last night!

First- the eats! I made Shifter Burgers which was a turkey slider (homemade) topped with bacon and cheddar cheese, then surrounded by hamburger. With 5 mins left on the grill, I was topped off with Lafayette Sauce. These were fangtastic! I also took a “cross section pic to show what it looked like!
We also have And Bellfleur’ I know that Pig ribs with Terry’s PTSD Sauce and a side of “Arlene where’s my corn” on the cob! And some delish Debbie Pelt’s Crazy Bitch Sausage, Peppers & Onions!
As all he guess have kids and we didn’t want them left out- I made Fangtasia Floats! 2 different varieties- root bee and sprite! The kids LOVED LOVED LOVED ’em! 

True Blood: Sookie and Bill at 'Maison de Paris'

There is a favorite fancy restaurant in Bon Temps for special occasions ....what is the name of the restaurant in the books ?

The French restaurant in Shreveport where Eric takes her to meet Nial is called Les Deux Poissons

The dinner scene was filmed in Louisiana last year HERE

"True Blood" Star Really Wanted to Be a Physicist

LOS ANGELES (Back Stage) - Sam Trammell planned to become a theoretical physicist, but was forced to lower his sights while studying at Brown University after realizing he was not a genius.
He certainly never imagined himself an actor, let alone one who plays a shape-shifter on a hit HBO show about vampires. The series is "True Blood," created by Alan Ball based on the novels of Charlaine Harris, and Trammell is enjoying the unexpected development.
"I wanted to stop thinking," he says of his career switch. "I wink when I say that. You have to be smart to be a good actor. But acting took me out of my head and back into my body."
He admits that early in his career, he had a condescending attitude toward television. He would not have considered auditioning for the small screen. But he now thinks TV writing -- especially for cable -- is far superior to most film writing, calling our current era a golden age for television.
His featured role on "True Blood," now in its third season, is a career turning point. Appearing in Eugene O'Neill's "Ah, Wilderness!" with New York's Lincoln Center Theater was pretty good too, he admits. After all, it earned him a Tony nomination. But his current gig has a huge weekly audience that crosses demographic lines.

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True Blood Premier "Pack fof Wolves" review from Ken Tucker

True Blood‘s revved-up, slam-bang premiere picked up precisely where it left off last season, as Anna Paquin’s Sookie emerged from the ladies’ room only to find Stephen Moyers’ Bill gone, kidnapped… taken, it turned out, by SPOILER ALERT: DON’T READ ANY FURTHER IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN TONIGHT’S EPISODE a bunch of greasy meanies who’d prefer Bill call them “the F— You Crew,” but you got the feeling that Bill was eventually going to be referring to them as the I Chew You Crew. Bill chained in the back seat, with the nasty boys chomping on his neck, one spitting vampire blood into another’s mouth, a bit of nipple-play — gee, I almost became misty-eyed with nostalgia for the first season’s Vampire Prejudice As A Metaphor For Gay Rights theme.
But the hour left little time to wax nostalgic. Sookie had to scurry around trying to get help in locating Bill. There were quick early scenes to remind us of what had passed: Tara shed tears over a body-bag filled with her dead lover Eggs. Teen vamp Jessica was still hauling around that dead trucker she’d fed on late last season. (The running joke with her, and it’s a good one, is that the poor kid’s never been properly schooled in vampire do’s-and-don’ts, and seeks knowledge from the least sympathetic sources — such as Kristin Bauer van Straten’s Pam.)

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True Blood Season 3: EW cast member interviews

Make sure you've watched these great interviews from the EW shoot!


True Blood Music Video of the Day : Welcome back True Blood!

It takes a few days for the video geniuses to get new videos made so how about we look back at this great little S3 promo

Thanks Gracounette4