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Up for auction is one certificate good for an exclusive visit to the True Blood Set at The Lot in West Hollywood for you and your guest. While at The Lot, the bearer of this certificate and guest will also be invited to a private lunch with Alexander Skarsgard and Kristin Bauer.

This certificate is signed by Executive Producer Gregg Fienberg and is guaranteed to be authentic.

The auction winner will be contacted by a representative from the television show to set up dates and times for the visit. The certificate needs to be redeemed during the filming of True Blood’s fifth season which runs from November 2011 – July 2012.

Travel to West Hollywood is not provided. Shipping from Los Angeles will be free for this item.

100% of the proceeds from this auction (minus fees) will benefit The Jesse James Cartwright Fund.
Jesse was part of the True Blood transportation crew and lost his life earlier this year, leaving behind his wife and three children. True Blood Staff, Cast and Fans are uniting to raise funds for Jesse’s family.

Give your bid and good luck!
Link to ebay here.

Hi everybody!
The voting for Scream Awards was began and you can supporting Alex for the Best Horror Actor.
Stephen also is competing in the same category. So, the Eric’s team needs to help in this dispute!
You can to vote in Alex on Spike TV’s site for Scream Awards here.

True Blood is competing in the categories The Ultimate Scream, Best TV Show and Best Esemble categories. Anna Paquin’s competing in The Best Horror Actresses and Best Cameo and Joe Manganiello in the Breakout Performace Male category.

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The first pictures of Alex and Kristin Bauer on BlackBook’s 15th Anniversary Party, in last day 07. Check!


  • Public Appearances > 2011 > BlackBook’s 15TH Anniversary Party, September 7th
  • “No one lives forever.” Fitting last words for Marnie Stonebrook, the timid Wiccan who went from reanimating her pet conure to unleashing the centuries-old wrath of a powerful witch on an unsuspecting vampire (and civilian) population. In the Inside the Episode video, writer Mark Hudis explains how the last line was arrived at. “Fiona Shaw wanted Marnie to have a memorable death,” he says. “And Alan Ball felt that she should be defiant until the end.” She may have been defiant, but was this really the end for Marnie?

    Marnie’s death came just moments after Eric Northman decided to indulge an unusual snack, and viewers ate it up as well:

    @itsmajo17: Omg only Eric Northman rips the heart off someone then drinks directly from it and only makes me love him more 🙂 #trueblood #souloffire
    @mythicscribes: Eric gets best vampire kill of the series…along with most innovated soft drink! #TrueBlood #souloffire
    @Eric_ofArea5: What – you have never used a main artery as a straw? #TrueBlood #souloffire
    @xicacha: Of all the shit I’ve seen on this show, Eric sucking that heart like a goddamn slurpee made me look away.
    While Rolling Stone continues to provide weekly supernatural power rankings (this week, vampires up, werewolves down) New York Magazine’s Vulture blog names Pam the winner of the week “for her observation that the ‘entire fate of the vampire species is at risk for the sake of a gash in a sundress’ sums up the entire series in one fell swoop.” Wetpaint ranks their favorite lines from season four, and you can be sure that Pam figures prominently. Did your favorite make the cut?

    We got tons of responses to last week’s Fangover’s Vampire Death Squad Name Game. Here are some of your answers:

    Sookie Stackhosue (and others): The V-Team
    Kristin Walter (and others): The Fang Gang
    Nancy Rohde: The Dark Ops
    Arlene Fowler: Fang Troopers
    Guylaine Régimbald (and others): The Blood Squad
    Victor Williams: V-Unit
    Nickie Nik Nak Franklin (and others): The Fangtastic Four
    Kyle Gill: Vamp Team 6
    Elka Selzer Fizz: Blood Fellas
    Sophia Hughes: The Nightwalkers
    Jon Hancock: Tip of the Fang
    Chad M. Moss (and others): Reservoir Vamps
    Charla Ann Carman Cox: The Good, The Bad & The Thirsty
    Stacy M Roggelin: Nosferatu Hexe-Jeger
    Tom Green: Team Suck It
    MissKittysPlayhouse: Take Your Daughter to Work Battalion
    Angela Edmondson: Bazooka Bill and the Blood Letters
    Katrina Hanway: Bloodlust Brigade


    I’ve add 3 stills of Alex on “True Blood – Soul of Fire”


  • True Blood > Season 4 > Episode Stills
  • [Editor’s Note: Yes, we’re a little late with this one, but it’s because we wanted to savor it. By the way: This post contains spoilers for the September 4 episode of HBO’s “True Blood.”]

    Season 4’s penultimate episode was a real barn burner. There were some great moments, as well as a setup for the finale that had me clutching my pearls. “True Blood,” I’m really going to miss you when you go.

    At Moon Goddess, Sookie told Marnie that the vampires were prepared to attack and a freak out commenced. When one young witch tried to escape, Marnie killed her. Antonia had an “Aha!” moment and once again vacated Marnie.

    She confronted Marnie over what she’d done, and only Lafayette could see both sides of their conversation. Marnie cast a binding spell to force Antonia to stay with her – double your power, double your trouble, you know? Although Antonia fought the spell, Marnie ultimately won.

    But Jesus had a plan! He pretended the dead witch was still alive and told Marnie he could try and save her. While Holly and Sookie tried to talk Marnie off a ledge, Jesus went about gathering ingredients for a powerful spell that would draw Antonia out.

    Outside, Jason stopped the vampires from blowing up the building after recounting everything Sookie had done for them. Bill and Eric agreed to come up with a backup plan that Pam strongly disagreed with. The lady has a way with words, no?

    Marnie later decided she wanted to negotiate. She agreed to let Sookie go, but only if Bill and Eric committed suicide. And it really looked like it was going to happen – Sookie even broke out the ugly cry for the occasion.

    Her sadness was short-lived when Pam took matters into her own hands and fired a rocket at the building. Her efforts backfired – literally – when Marnie’s wall of protection repelled the explosion, leaving Jason badly burned. Jessica healed him and they made up, so there’s your moment of squee for the episode.

    Elsewhere, Sam continued on his quest to find Marcus and avenge Tommy’s death. He and Alcide had no luck at the bike shop until Luna showed up in a rage saying that Marcus had abducted Emma.

    Emma later called her mom from Alcide’s house, where Marcus stopped by to persuade Debbie to run away with him. Despite his promise of children, she declined his offer and said that she couldn’t leave Alcide. Can you blame her?

    The boys showed up and Sam and Marcus fought. Sam took the high road and spared Marcus’ life. Marcus then attempted to shoot Sam but he was stopped when Alcide tackled him and crushed his windpipe. Hot. He also broke up with Debbie, who immediately went into meltdown mode.

    And then there’s the sad tale of Andy Bellefleur. Remember poor, criminally underused Andy Bellefleur? He’s kind of flown under the radar this season because up until Sunday, it seemed that he’d been stuck with the short straw when it came to storylines.

    Briefly: Andy had been nursing a season-long V addiction until last week’s episode, when Arlene and Terry discovered his habit. Terry drove Andy out to the middle of nowhere to give him a stern talking-to and then left him there to think about what he’d done.

    You’re now caught up. Lame, right? Well steel yourselves, because it gets worse.

    So on Sunday, as Andy made his way through the woods, a light appeared that could only mean one thing: fairies. So much ugh, you guys.

    Anyhow, out of the light appeared a fairy named Mirella and she made Andy vow to protect her by taking part in some dumb ceremony that would have even E.T. facepalming. Then they had sex. Good for Andy, I guess.

    So, what, the fairies are now on a crusade to bring Sookie back to their world and Andy’s going to help them do it? Whatevs. Andy arrived home after the encounter and overshared with Arlene, who thought he was crazy.

    Back at Moon Goddess, Marnie looked into a pool of the dead witch’s blood and asked to see the future. When she saw herself with a bullet between the eyes, she ordered everyone to participate in a spell that, unbeknownst to them, lured the vamps toward her wall of protection, which just so happened to be made of sunlight.

    Jason beamed his thoughts to Sookie, who then fairy-blasted the circle and broke the spell cast against the vampires. Marnie then punished her with a spell from Johnny Cash’s Big Book of Witchcraft and encircled her in a ring of fire.

    Meanwhile, Jesus’ spell worked and he freed not only Sookie and Antonia, but he broke Marnie’s protection spell as well, giving the vampires access to Moon Goddess.

    When Bill and Eric entered to kill Marnie, Roy – the most loyal little witch there ever was – told them if they wanted to get to Marnie they’d have to go through him. Eric took him up on his offer and ripped his heart out. The cherry on the cake of my life was when he drank from one of the valves like it was a straw. Let there be no question, Original Eric is the best Eric.

    Bill made quick work of killing Marnie, but with one episode remaining there’s still plenty of fun to be had as her soul resurfaced at Lafayette’s later that night and possessed him.

    I’m totally amped for the finale, especially after last season’s lackluster end. What did you think of Sunday’s episode? Care to make any predictions for this season’s cliffhanger? Place your bets in the comments!


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