With Sunday night’s episode of “True Blood”, it seems that everything is running amok within the Authority. The vampires have seen an incarnation of Lilith and with the exception of Eric, they are all planning to take over the world. In case you’ve missed “Somebody That I Used To Know”, you can read our full episode recap here.
Briefly, here is a synopsis of what went down in Bon Temps. Sookie learned what happened to her parents and the name of the vampire responsible. He appeared to her to tell her that he’s coming for her and that she is his. Continue reading
Tonight on HBO is an all new episode of “True Blood” titled, “Somebody That I Used To Know”. The episode airs at 9PM EST and we will get to see the fairies showing Sookie and Jason what actually happened to their parents. In addition, we will get to see how the Authority’s new bloodlust pans out now that Salome is in charge and has passed out Lilith’s blood. She got everyone drunk on the V and only Eric had a reality check after being visited by his maker, Godric. In case you’ve missed the episode, you can read our fully detailed recap here.
Episode synopsis below:
The Authority revels in a new direction; Sookie and Jason visit the site of their parents’ deaths; Luna gets stuck on Sam.
Tonight’s episode marks Stephen Moyer’s directorial debut on the show. We’ve heard spoilers that we will get to see some of Bill’s history tonight as we flashback to 1931. We will meet Sarah Compton-Harris, an elderly woman in her seventies to eighties.
Stay tuned as we cover the show live with the only recap you’ll need – straight from fans of the show!
Truebies, you’re welcome.
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Drew Lachey won the second season of ABC’s hit dancing competition “Dancing With The Stars”, so we were not surprised to hear his name on the list to return to the show’s fifteenth season. The fall 2012 season will be the show’s first All-Stars season and features some of the top celebrities on the show (and Bristol Palin).
When speaking with “Access Hollywood”, Drew talked about who he thinks will give him the most stiffest competition this fall. He said that the runners up are the ones to beat this season. Why, you might ask? Well, the runners up have yet to taste the win, so naturally they would be more hungry for it, don’t you think?
He said in his interview, “Every season has been a step up in talent level, aggressiveness and taking on the dances. So for me, that’s a big reason of why I decided to come back. Second season was great – it was challenging, it was hard – but I want to see how I hold up against some of the big boys that have done it in more recent seasons.”
He went on to say that he wouldn’t mind being partnered up with his original professional dancer, Cheryl Burke. He said, “If Cheryl and I dance together, we already know how to work together, we already know how far we can push each other. There’s that history there. That being said, with a new partner, there’s a new excitement of different skill sets, different choreography, different styles. So, there are pros and cons for both. Whoever gets Cheryl is gonna be happy. But I guarantee you I’ll be set with whoever I get as well.”
Who are you rooting for this season of the show? Who are you hoping will get sent home in the beginning? Hit the comments with your thoughts!
While we may not get the appeal of the former Governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin, British comedian Russell Brand can sum it up quite nicely. Sarah came into the spotlight after being chosen for the Vice Presidency on the Republican ticket in 2008. Luckily, John McCain failed and the quitter from Alaska was never sworn in.
Basically, she quit her job as Governor, likely because she learned that her newfound fame would rake in the dough as opposed to being involved in politics. Now, Russell is explaining the draw for most people to this “lipstick on a pitbull” trainwreck. Thank heavens for comedians, right?
While promoting his talk show “Brand X” at the Television Critics Association on Saturday, he broke it down for all of us who were not previously “in the know”. He said, “People want to f*ck her. That’s why they tolerate the other stuff.”
Pretty handily summed up, no? Do you get the appeal of Sarah or any other member of her family?
“True Blood” makes its return to HBO tonight at 9PM EST with an all new episode titled “Somebody That I Used To Know”. In case you’ve missed last week’s episode titled, “In The Beginning”, you can read our fully detailed recap here. Truebies, what do you think of this season of the show so far? TELL US!
In the meantime, we’ve got a handy little preview of tonight’s episode and what goes down. This post obviously contains spoilers for tonight’s show, so if you don’t want to be spoiled, then we’ll allow you to make your exit without knowing the happenings in Bon Temps. (Feel free to return at 9PM EST For our live official recap of the show!) Others, read on…. Continue reading