Sunday, July 31, 2011

Talk Blood Radio: LIVE TONIGHT 9:30 pm True Blood Season 4 Ep 6 " I Wish I was the Moon"

Live TONIGHT: Come and 'Talk Blood' right  after   True Blood episodes airs.  We will be discussing True Blood  Season 4   Episode  " I Wish I Was the Moon"

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True Blood or the Sookie Novels: Which Is Better?

This is really pretty good

Recently HBO launched the fourth season of the vampire series True Blood. In May, author Charlaine Harris published the 11th book in the Sookie Stackhouse series of novels on which the TV series is based, Dead Reckoning. Fans love to debate which is better, the television series or the books. Here’s my take.

Plotting: The books are richly plotted, with reversals and high-drama situations every few pages. The television series, however, has successfully added layers of complications and twists that make them even tighter and more entertaining. One example that comes to mind is Jason Stackhouse’s involvement with the Fellowship of the Sun Church in the second season, which made this plotline more satisfying. Point to True Blood.

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‘True Blood’ spoilers! Episode 6 : ‘I’m not the vampire that you think I am.’

It’s a full moon in Bon Temps on HBO’s “True Blood” (tonight at 9), and that means, naturally, that everyone has an excuse to wander the woods.

You’d think they’d know better by now.

Just about everyone gets possessed, either by vengeful spirits or pure-old fashioned desire.

Sookie (Anna Paquin) and Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) are in the throes of passion when Bill (Stephen Moyer) bursts in and ruins the moment. A humbled Eric bows to his king.

Sookie questions Bill’s motives. “Believe it or not, my entire existence does not revolve between what or who is between your legs,” he says.

Youch. Don’t see these two getting back together any time soon, and truth be told, I like the show more when they’re apart.

Sookie pleads for Eric’s life. “If you ever loved me, you won’t hurt him.”

But Bill twists Eric’s condition and wins approval to punish him with “the true death.”

Elsewhere, Jason (Ryan Kwanten) fears he will turn into a werepanther. That question is answered perfectly tonight, and as a bonus, a new love triangle is born.

Tommy (Marshall Allman) learns a new trick and finds a new way to wreck brother Sam’s (Sam Trammell) life. Trammell is outstanding in his work tonight, but I don’t want to give too many hints here.

Arlene (Carrie Preston) and her family escape that bedroom inferno, and we get our first sense of what is going on with her baby. Devil child - or something else?

Both Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) and Marnie (Fiona Shaw) find themselves used as vessels for powerful supernatural creatures - who might not have their best interests at heart.

And in a departure for the series, the night does not end on a true cliffhanger, but a moment of passion finally admitted, honored and shared. Fangbangers will love this one.

True Blood Season 4 Crossword Puzzle - Episode 5 "Me and the Devil "

Thanks Kristie !!

True Blood Season 4 Crossword Puzzle - Episode 5 "Me and the Devil "

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