Friday, September 2, 2011

Two True Blood Episodes Left!

 Whoa, looks like it's Anna's character from "Trick or Treat" before all hell breaks out. I need to watch again and again, but Lafayette takes Jesus demon into himself (while wearing a lovely Caftan). HBO removed the trailer, what is wrong with them?

From UGO

The war for Bon Temps rages on! True Blood continues moving toward the fourth season climax with this past Sunday's "Burning Down the House." Marnie's attack scares off the humans attending the Tolerance Festival, but Bill plots a bold move to strike back at the witches, who themselves only want to escape from their leader.
The real question is, what do Trubies need to know for this Sunday's "Soul of Fire?" Will the deadly vampire assassination squad of Bill, Eric, Pam and Jessica take down Marnie at Moon Goddess Emporium? Will Andy truly kick his V habit? And where does Nan Flanagan fit into all of this?
Was saving Barbara's screencaps from this promo (below) for the weekend and it's heeeeeeere!

Why is Arlene all veiny-faced and wearing what looks like toes on a necklace? She's a zombie for Halloween, so is Terry. Seems like she is forced up against the beam.
                                                Ginger not screaming and comforting Pam?
Marnie laughing while Sooks is definitely not, time for a fairy intervention by one of the triplets.
                                   Oh NOOOOEEES, you will not replace my animal prints with chintz!
             Jason will be pretty again, he has to be and Jessica will make sure of that, I hope.
This is from the promo for Sunday
This is another one that is on Skarsgardfans for the "Soul of Fire" ep., that Barbara saved from the rehearsal.
Ryan laughing during filming with his gooky makeup on.
The fabulous Chris Bauer has another interview at NY Mag's Vulture Blog, the whole thing at the link
What did you think of your big intervention episode?
You know, it feels so good just to get a few extra minutes of screen time.
Is that frustrating, to share screen time with so many actors?
It could be a lot worse. But in such a good scenario, yeah, that’s what’s hard about it. I still have the challenge of trying to do the best work I can, whether I have to do that with one syllable or five scenes. At least that’s how I console myself.
But there are no hard feelings among the cast?
Absolutely not. It’s a really great group, and everybody’s in the same boat, more or less. I think from the point of view of the audience, they love their supernatural creatures, they love their vampires, they love their shape-shifters. And I totally understand that, but you gotta have the humans in there, too, to give it some plausibility.
This season Andy is addicted to V. When you were figuring out how to get into that character, what sort of drug were you imagining V to be? Ecstasy meets steroids? Heroin meets acid? 
I considered it sort of like the best drug salad you could make [laughs]. You know, if drugs were healthy, it’s everything good like steroids, Viagra, ecstasy, cocaine, heroin. Basically anything but pot.
It’s funny you mention Viagra, because when Jason Stackhouse was addicted to V, he spent a lot more time in bed than Andy. Do you feel slighted?
[Laughs.] I consider myself a perfectly sexy guy, but in the vocabulary of popular television, it’s much more likely that guys like Ryan [Kwanten] and Joe [Manganiello] and Alex [Skarsgård] and Steve [Moyer] and Sam [Trammell] are gonna get those little chunks of story. But I gotta say, my impression of Alan Ball as a writer is that he’s a total humanist and by no means would he discern who can be sexy and who can’t. But, realistically, they’re gonna hang those scenes on those other guys, and so be it.
Besides, it makes sense that Jason would tap into that effect of the drug whereas Andy, who has to work through such a different set of emotional issues, would get the more aggressive effects. 
Well, he’s a complete rager. He’s got major rage issues. But like most rage, it comes from a profound sadness and solitude and resentment. He’s such a solitary character that his ability to form a relationship long enough to even have a sexual connection is almost impossible.
You came pretty close to getting your love story with Holly, but the V got in the way. Are you rooting for him to win her back?
Yes. I’m rooting for him to be able to integrate as an adult with other adults [laughs].
We learned very early in this season that you are Bill’s great-great-great grandson. Is that story line going to come back into the mix? It’s just dangling there at the moment.
I hope it does. I don’t know yet. If I remember right, Andy had a kind of improbably sympathetic connection to Bill at the very beginning [of this season], and the writers are so deliberate the way they plot this show, I wouldn’t be surprised if that sympathy is resurrected somehow. I’m hoping there’s a vein that they’ll tap there later, because it could be really sweet.

Earsucker has a bunch of questions about  E11, we have many of the same ones, more at link.

True Blood is soon winding down to a close of season four, as we are up to episode eleven, titled, Soul Of Fire. The penultimate episode airs on Sunday, leaving us with a lot of questions about what’s going down in Bon Temps, Louisiana.
Now that we know that Marnie is really behind the Antonia thing and that she’s not being possessed unwillingly, it left us with no doubt that she’s crazy. Sure, she was attacked by Eric, but you can’t take one vampire’s actions out on the whole lot of them, can she?
There’s a vampire/witch war brewing in Bon Temps and Sookie and her friends are caught in the middle. Will they be able to leave Moon Goddess Emporium in time before the vamps get there and blow it up? Sure they will, there is a season five, after all.
Will Jesus be able to overpower Marnie/Antonia and cast out the spirit that’s inhabiting her body? Will the vampires be able to do what they want with her after it’s all said and done? They want to kill her for what she’s done, so there’s always that chance that Marnie won’t make it to the next season.
Will Sookie be able to communicate with both Eric and Bill that she’s in danger, trapped inside of the witch store?
Is Sam going to get the chance to avenge his brother’s death against Marcus? And since Marcus is most assuredly going after Alcide’s woman, Debbie, will he lend a hand? Perhaps with Marcus out of the way, Alcide can become the new packmaster of Shreveport.
Poor Andy, will he be able to make it home through the forest without any trouble? It’s rehab for rednecks. Ha.
Lastly, if Marnie dies, will the spell that she cast on Pam disintegrate? What do you think?
HBO removed the finale trailer, someone is in trouble for posting too soon (I'm sure) but Barbara is quick on the trigger and did the caps, lol! Love that woman, many more at her site.
Here's a better quality video but I'm leaving the Spanish one up top for mi gentes.
Lafayette has Jesus demon in him (that sounds so dirty), we all need to buy some caftans!
                             OOh Papi! furry Bill flexing, sexyfoder (any Portuguesas here?)!
                                     who is across from Nan, Newlin? oh we are in for surprises.
                                                                    looking at Lala, caftan envy?
                                                                   Looking at Antonia?
Thanks to Barbara for doing screencaps while she is trying to get rid of a cold, visit her site, click on some ads or donate (if you can) to show you appreciate it, we wouldn't mind that here either, hee. 
                                             Tommy seemed to live and die behind the 8 ball

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