In that scene where Sam and Tara are drinking at the bar in Merlottes's what are they drinking ??
This is not my area of expertise but I'm guessing from shape of bottle is Patron Tequila and from the color it might be the Anejo ??
Does anyone else know ???
Monday, August 30, 2010
Book signing to follow (one book per person)
Pulaski Technical College North Little Rock campus
R. J. Wills Lecture Hall
Campus Center Bldg., 2nd Floor
3000 West Scenic Drive /North Little Rock, AR
Extremely limited seating. To attend, you must reserve your seat.Individual reservations only. No block reservations.Call 501.682.2874 or firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat.
We will start accepting reservations September 1, 2010.To reserve your spot for the event, I need . . .
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1. your name
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If you are the parent/guardian of a minor child ages 16-17 and wish to bring that minor child to the event, you will be allowed to make a reservation for that minor. This is the only instance in which I will accept a reservation from you for someone other than yourself. We discourage you from bringing minors under the age of 16 to this event as Charlaine Harris is not a children's author or speaker. Her speaking topics are wide-ranging and
As always, this event is FREE but it does require a reservation. The Lecture Hall has 210 seats. If you are among the first 210 reservations, you will receive a ticket in the mail at the beginning of October. Don't forget to bring the ticket with you to the event!!!!! You will need your ticket to enter! Posted by The Arkansas Center for the Book at the Arkansas State Library
If you would like a pattern just email me at vampire craftin at gmail.
Stop the presses! Or, um, the internet. Stop the internet! I know what's going to happen in the season finale of True Blood. Not only that, but I got Alexander Skarsgård and Sam Trammell super drunk on kiwi lime wine coolers and they talked about next season.
Ok, I didn't get them drunk, but at last night's awesome-sauce HBO Emmy party (always the best!), they definitely did spill on what's ahead on True Blood. And so did the rest of the cast...
"There's going to be a lot of blood. And a lot of sex. And a lot of people are going to die," werewolf Joe Manganiello tells me about the season finale. Wow! That's...not brand new information at all. That's just business as usual! Perhaps Nelsan Ellis can drop some new knowledge?
Posted by " Dallas " at 1:28 PM
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SS-I am done with this shit.
BC-That's why we need a fresh start.We'll be free of it, I promise you.
SS- What would that be like? Who would we be if we were normal?
BC-It's hard to even picture it.
SS-Would we live in gran's?
BC-Both. We'd be married, happily married.
SS-And I'm not a waitress anymore.I'm... I'm going to college.No, I'm a real estate agent, and I'm really rich.
BC-I teach third grade and I love my job.
SS-We'll have a... a big flower garden.
BC-We grow vegetables.
SS-Tara comes over for dinner and sometimes we doubldate with Arlene and Terry.
BC- And I go fishing with Jason.
SS-We don't even know Eric Northman.
BC-Everything is peaceful.
The great Jefwithonef member of Team Talk Blood!
So sayeth Vampire Bill (Stephen Moyer) to Sookie (Anna Paquin) moments before Season 3's Big Bad crashes their ugly yellow car and takes them hostage in order to find out if fairy blood acts as the ultimate sunscreen, allowing the vamps to go to early matinee movies and other daytime activities.
The answer then is, no. No, we cannot start again, but that's no excuse not to try.
Mark Oliver Everett, better known as E of The Eels, has certainly tried a time or three to restart his life. Even a brief biography of his reads like the most tragic moments of the Sookie-verse. Substitute cancer and suicide for vampires and were-whatevers and, frankly, the story is startlingly similar. E's never given up though, and just released the third part of his trilogy exploring desire, loss, and redemption. The trilogy began with Hombre Loco last year, and its lead single "Fresh Blood."
We are sooooo smart on Talk Blood Radio this is what we've been talking about for weeks. Bookies you have to read this article !!
After Sunday night's episode of "True Blood," it's becoming immensely clear that not all of the storylines the show is spinning are going to come to closure points by the end of the season or tie together in any way, shape or form. The question, then, becomes whether the individual storylines were entertaining enough to keep the show afloat or whether you think the lack of cohesion has fatally damaged this season. I realize I should pick a side in this fight, but I think this season has been the best for "True Blood" while simultaneously being the worst. The main plot has been riveting throughout, helped out by splitting up Sookie and Bill and giving them each compelling plot threads and by casting Dennis O'Hare as the villain. Any time one of those three or Eric was on screen, the season has been terrific, more or less.
But "True Blood" is a massive, massive show, and that means those characters can't always be on screen. The show solved this last season by splitting all of the characters up into two storylines. The storyline in Dallas — wherein a bunch of the characters confronted a band of fundamentalist Christians bent on wiping out vampires — was often fun. The storyline back in Bon Temps — wherein most of the other characters were enraptured by the machinations of a maenad named Maryann — was less consistent, but it certainly had its moments, and it had the side benefit of involving every character who wasn't in Dallas. That meant that the show didn't need to go out of its way to incorporate a scene featuring Sam or Andy every week, because both characters were involved in the Maryann storyline.
The True Blood gang looked great last night on Emmy's
Darn that we lost...
Loved Anna's dress .....
Sookie, warrior princess
If anyone can pull off Alexander McQueen on the red carpet it's... Anna Paquin? OK, .....I kind of like this craziness. It doesn't hurt that I love "True Blood" and Paquin. I also love the combination of her delicate features and this imaginative dress.