Sunday, June 21, 2009

Talk Blood Ep. 2 live right after True Blood tonight

Live TONIGHT: Talk Blood after True Blood

It's Sunday night again! We've got a whole night of fun planned starting with the the premiere of True Blood Season 2, Episode 2 "Keep this Party Going."

And to make sure you keep the party going, be sure to join @TrueBloodDallas of Loving True Blood in Dallas and @SookieBonTemps because we're going to Talk Blood on True Blood live on Blog Talk Radio. Here's how tonight is going to flow:
  • 8:00pm CDT / 9:00pm EDT: Watch True Blood with @SookieBonTemps who'll be tweeting live from Merlotte's
  • 9:oopm CDT / 10:00pm EDT: Tweet @SookieBonTemps and tell her what you thought of the show.
  • 9:15pm CDT / 10:15pm EDT: Talk Blood after True Blood chatroom on Blog Talk Radio opens. Join us here.
  • 9:30pm CDT / 10:30pm EDT: Talk Blood goes live! Join in the fun here or call in at 646.929.0825 and tell us what you thought of tonight's episode!
We hope you'll call in. And if you can't, tweet @SookieBonTemps who'll be reading and reacting to tweets LIVE! ** Talk Blood after True Blood on Blog Talk Radio is created by fans for fans. Endorsed by but not affiliated with HBO or True Blood.

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Talk Blood ( True Blood Ep 2 ) Chatroom transcript

Photos of Loving True Blood Shreveport Trip to See Charlaine Harris June 12-14

Q&A with the 'True Blood' cast

Alexander Skarsgård as Eric Northman

We hear Eric may be show a more sensitive side in season two.
It’s definitely more personal in season two. It’s more sensitive. You’ll see that he has emotions, believe it or not.

We’ve also heard that there could even be a love connection between Sookie and Eric this season. What’s that all about?
Well, Sookie will see another side of Eric. The same thing as the audience. They’re pretty much only seen one side of him. Things might change a bit.

If you had three words to describe season two, what would they be?
It’s wild, sexy and fun.

all the other cast Q&A here

Happy Father's Day

Happy Father's Day ....

The lovely LadyJane has posted what gifts they gave to the "Dad" in their lives ... or maybe what Jessica might give Bill ?

Tonight’s ‘True Blood’, Episode 2.02 ‘Keep This Party Going’

from Rope of Silicon

I read several comments around the Internet with people saying how the first episode of the second season of “True Blood” was a bit of a disappointment, but if you read my review you would have known the first episode sets up something of a four episode story arc with the following episodes adding much more to the action side of things.

This week we move on to episode 2.02, “Keep This Party Going” I have to first ask how happy you were to see Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) wasn’t the one dead in the back of Detective Bellefleur’s (Chris Bauer) car? For those of you that enjoyed seeing Lafayette alive, yet not well living in Eric’s (Alexander Skarsgård) dungeon, you get plenty more of his story in this one. As a matter of fact, contemplate on the thought of Lafayette as a vampire… What? Not saying anymore…

Eric’s involvement doesn’t stop there as he sets out to solve the mystery behind the disappearance of a powerful vampire in Texas. He wants Sookie’s help, but will Bill allow him to take her?

Meanwhile, Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) is shipping off to The Light of Day Leadership Conference where he gets his Ring of Honesty made of silver, plays a little capture the flag, giving him the chance to take his shirt off for the ladies, and meets the man likely to become a season long nemesis in Luke MacDonald (Wes Brown). When the two meet Luke tells him his last name is “no relation to the restaurant” to which Jason proves his stupidity asking, “Any relation to the farm?” Jason is just keeping it real.

Read on

True Blood Music Video of the Day: Bullets by Archive

Bullets by Archive LYRICS

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