3. Don’t ever ever get drunk pre-sexy time Sookie found out the hard way that passion + piña coladas don’t mix.
Above is just one of the things Handbag listed in their article titled, “5 things we’ve learnt about love, sex and dating from hbo’s true blood”.
That scene above is one of my favs and one of the most disappointing from True Blood. I was so happy thinking Sookie and Alcide were finally gonna hook up then Sookie blows chunks all over him! It was hilarious, but man I wanted them together.
Head on over to Handbag to see what else they list.
HBO has released a poster for season 6 of True Blood.
The tagline reads, “No One Lives Forever”. I keep hearing there will be a major death this season and with posters like this I’m beginning to believe we may be losing someone very dear to us soon
The sixth season of True Blood starts June 16th at 9 pm on HBO.
E! Online has some scoop on season 6 of True Blood including the big death that’s coming this season:
Jessalyn P.: Summer time means True Blood time! Spill!
Sookie wants her life back! Everything is spinning out of control! The humans are pissed! The vampires are even more pissed! Basically, True Blood is going all out this year. Just watch the season six trailer and you’ll see what we mean. Plus, that big death that’s happening this season? It might happen a lot sooner than we originally thought. It’s in the second half of the season, but before the finale.
E! Online has a little episode scoop for season 6:
Donna: I’m a true True Blood fan, which means I need all the spoilers I can get. Thanks in advance!
Episode nine is when things start to get really wild on True Blood. We’re talking demented vampires running around, marines and party spirits just tearing stuff up. Trust us, it’s an episode you don’t want to miss.
True Blood Music Volume Four will be released on May 28, 2013 and is available for pre-order from Amazon.
A full tracklist follows below:
1) “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” – Eric Burdon with Jenny Lewis
2) “Let’s Boot and Rally” – Iggy Pop with Bethany Cosentino
3) “What Makes a Good Man?” – the Heavy
4) “Smokestack Lightnin’” – Howlin’ Wolf
5) “Pocket Change” – Alabama Shakes
6) “Authority Song” – Bosco Delrey
7) “Turn Turn Turn” – My Morning Jacket “Your Face Can Tell the Future” – the Flaming Lips
9) “The Sun” – the Naked and Famous
10) “Undertow” – Warpaint
11) “I Wanna Be Your Man” – Mobley
12) “(She’s a) Wanderer” – Deap Vally
13) “Whatever I Am, You Made Me” – Koko Taylor
14) “We’ll Meet Again” – Los Lobos
You can always count on True Blood to give you a “bloody” great death scene! Dread Central made a list of True Blood’s top 9 most shocking death scenes.
I listed one of my favorites here. It was the first and set the grisly scene for what we would see in the future.
Which is your favorite True Blood death scene?
Head on over to Dread Central to see what scenes they listed
Longshadow (Raoul Trujillo) Longshadow was the first shocking vampire death on “True Blood.” After Eric Northman enlisted Sookie Stackhouse and her psychic abilities to help him find out who was skimming from the till at Fangtasia, Sookie helped identify bartender Longshadow as the culprit. One thing led to another, and Bill ended up having to stake the pilfering bloodsucker as he attacked Sookie. And thus we were exposed to the first gushy vampire true death on “True Blood,” and we learned…the true death ain’t pretty.
Anna Camp tells E! Online to expect lots of death in season 6:
Sarah P.: You are rocking the True Blood spoilers! More more more more more…more?
So less? Kidding. Sharpen your fangs on this juicy (but sad) piece of scoop. Episode seven is called “The Funeral,” and it may or may not have to do with what Anna Camp recently told us about the new season. “There’s a lot of death. I’ve had sad read-throughs recently,” she told our own Marc Malkin at the MTV Movie Awards. “It’s too sad. Like, some people cried.” Uh-oh. Who would the T.B. powers that be dare take away from us?!
Joe Manganiello gave TV Line some juicy Alcide scoop:
Question: Any serious True Blood scoopage? —Colleen
Ausiello: I suppose that depends on how you choose to interpret this additional, equally provocative tease from Mr. Manganiello: “I think [the producers] looked at some things that went on with Alcide last season, and thought, ‘How can we top that or how can we get even racier?’ And I think they’ve succeeded… Right out of the gate, it’s really juicy.”