Ooh, my favorite!

Weekend fun: True Blood
March 29, 2010, 1:36 pm
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Sadly, I wasn’t able to make it out to the Salsa music festival, and I flew solo for the group date night later in the evening. Yep, there was a man cold in our midst, so I was called to active duty. But while our exciting weekend plans were changed slightly, we were still able to squeeze in some entertainment…even if it was inside, in bed, on a warm and sunny day.

Our Saturday fun came in the form of three episodes of HBO’s True Blood. I haven’t been up on the latest vampire craze (I just saw the first two Twilight movies last weekend!), but I’m loving this show. Well-written with interesting characters, settings, and story lines, I’m definitely hooked. A great replacement until Dexter comes back around, but still too early to tell which is my favorite. Dexter is gonna be tough to beat.

Super-quick premise: with the creation of synthetic blood for sustenance, vampires have left their tombs to join society. Based in a small Louisiana bayou town, the show follows Sookie, a telepathic waitress at the local bar, after she meets Bill, the towns first resident vampire.

Our friend already has viewing parties slated when season three starts this summer, so I’ll be pacing myself through the first two seasons until then.

Are you watching True Blood?

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oh wow! I just read the Sookie Stackhouse books and didn’t realize that the True Blood series was from the books. I am going to Netflix right now and reserve some. Thanks for the tip!

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