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By Jordan Bartel, b | July 15, 2011
HBO has released a slew of preview clips for Sunday's new episode of "True Blood," and one includes Alcide. Lots of Alcide. Those abs can't be real, right? Judge for yourself. And be sure to check out my "True Blood" blog, with recaps and commentary, every Sunday at 10 p.m. on bthesite.com
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By Lauren McEwen and For The Baltimore Sun | August 25, 2014
Tonight is the night that we say goodbye to the people and supes of Bon Temps, La., forever. We open up with Sookie and Bill - the end of this show is mirroring the beginning. He's come over to talk about his decision to die. He's waxing all nostalgic. Her living room is the first place where he “called” on her, meeting Jason and their grandmother. She's confused because “nostalgia and suicide don't mix.” Basically, Bill is realizing the same thing that Angel realized with Buffy: Vampires and humans can't have long-term relationships.
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By Jordan Bartel, b | August 26, 2011
Andy Bellefleur, time for a DARE lesson. And Jason's just a wee bit guilty about that sex-with-Jessica thing. In the first of three preview clips for Sunday's new "True Blood" episode, "Burning Down the House," Sheriff Andy is confronted about his V addiction by Terry and Arlene. Intervention time! Where's Jeff VonVonderen when Bon Temps needs him? Ep. 46 Clip - Andy Gets Caught The second clips hints at the aftermath of the Jason-Jessica hook-up.
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By Lauren McEwen and For The Baltimore Sun | August 11, 2014
Only a few more episodes of “True Blood” await us, which is fortunate, because I am over this series. When we left off, Violet was kidnapping children, Bill and Sookie were having sex and Sarah Newlin was holed up in the Fellowship of the Sun having a series of hallucinations. At the top of the episode, Sarah is still cowering inside the Fellowship. Finally accepting that she is going to die, Sarah goes out to meet Eric, Pam and the Yakanomo Corp. goons, welcoming death. Eric pounces, holding her by the neck as he prepares to kill, until Pam stops him by pointing a wooden bullet-loaded gun at her own heart.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimpore Sun | July 2, 2012
HBO Monday announced that it is picking up Aaron Sorkin's"The Newsroom" for a second season, along with "True Blood" for a sixth. I love the way "The Newsroom"  calls out the press for losing its sense of purpose. Some members of the press didn't like being called out that way. (See my other blog posts about "The Newsroom" to the left of this post.) A couple of pieces of very good news from HBO.  
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By Jordan Bartel, b | September 2, 2011
Sunday marks the penultimate episode of the season for "True Blood. " Will the season go out with a bang? Or, um, a grenade launch? Here's three new preview clips for the weekend's new episode, "Soul of Fire" (FYI: There's some NSFW language here) In the first clip, Sam (in badass mode) and Alcide (in mediator mode) are still on the hunt for Marcus. Maybe they should ask Debbie about that. Ep. 47 Clip - Where's Marcus? In the second clip, Marnie is having some issues dealing with Antonia in her body.
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By Lauren McEwen and For The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2014
This wasn't the most exciting episode of “True Blood,” but it did what it could to move the story along. Trouble for Pam and Eric Eric Northman, still in his Texan cowboy disguise, stands dazed in the tunnel in which we left him last episode, vision wonky thanks to the Hep V. Still, he makes short work of a bunch of machete-bearing Yakuza members -- until a couple more turn up, holding Pam by the neck with a silver chain. Captured, they are taken to a Yakanomo Corp.
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By Marisa Siegel | July 29, 2013
I didn't get my wish for an hour of nonstop action. Instead, "In the Evening" was an evenly paced episode that was mostly well-spent setting up our central players, and their merging storylines, for the final three episodes of the season. So much for immortality Even a badass prison break and Billith's blood can't save Eric's beloved sister Nora. Despite her brother's best efforts (you know Eric is desperate when he turns to Bill for help), Nora is the latest "True Blood" regular to meet her maker this season.
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By Lauren McEwen and For The Baltimore Sun | June 23, 2014
The final season of "True Blood" is here, and after three seasons  of definite misses, only the most devoted of fans (or those of us who  feel a compulsion to complete things) are here. Let's dive right in,  since the show does. The Set-Up Sick vampires are running amuck in Bon Temps, an unfortunate side  effect of the hep V-poisoned "True Blood" from last season. The federal  government is only really protecting major cities, making towns like Bon Temps easy pickings for the “Hep Vs.” The first 2.5 minutes of the s eason opener is a giant fight scene at Mayor Sam Merlotte's (!
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By Marisa Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | August 18, 2013
The sixth season of True Blood has come to a close, but was it the epic ending that fans were hoping for? The finale offered up death(s), new relationships and a new big bad - unfortunately, instead of feeling like a return to the show's roots or even a change of direction, it all just felt like more of the same.   Body Count: One, or Two? When Terry was shot, I hoped that his was the big death rumored to be occurring sometime this season. That would mean that Eric Northman (played by Alexander Skarsgard, and the center of most of the rumors)
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | August 12, 2013
[Video contains explicit language.] Who knew the characters of "True Blood" had such good taste in beer? On last night's episode (the ninth of Season 6, titled "Life Matters"), Frederick's Flying Dog Brewery's Raging Bitch, a Belgian-style India pale ale, was written into a scene (which can be viewed at the top of this post; warning - it contains explicit language ) by name. "Quite a few of their writers are craft beer fans and our Raging Bitch was written into the script - organic, not paid placement," said Erin Weston, Flying Dog's director of communications, in an email message.
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