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Archive for October 2011

Wouldn’t you like to own a Stephen Moyer signed Men’s Health and pinup? I know I would, but we’re auctioning it off for Brentwood Theatre.

In addition to the Brick ‘N Billsbabes Fundraiser that we are running at the moment, you can now also support this year’s Christmas show of the theatre by placing your bid on these delicious goodies.

A bare-chested signed pic of Stephen and a signed Men’s Health. Hello? Did I lose you all at “bare-chested”?

Hurry over to eBay to check it out and place your bid!

Visit the auction listing: Here on EBAY

Date: October 31st | Category: Articles, True Blood
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Greek Men’s Magazine Vimamen November Issue 2011 has Alexander Skarsgård on the cover.

Date: October 31st | Category: Articles, True Blood
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True Blood‘s fifth season premiere is still more than six months away, but Kristin Bauer Van Straten says the first scripts have already been sent out — and they’re good. ”I just read the script, we got it yesterday,” Kristin told on Oct. 26 while promoting her appearance on the Oct. 30 episode of ABC’s Once Upon A Time. “I saw it come into my e-mail box and it said ‘script 501? and I literally [gasped.]”

News of the premiere’s title, “Turn, Turn, Turn,” broke that same day — and Kristin says it couldn’t be more appropriate.

“After I read it twice, I noticed the title and thought, ‘Oh my God, that’s perfect!’” she told us. “It’s so brilliant how each story line, from where it left off at the end of last year, hits a major fork in the road that we’re launched into for the first episode of the new season. It’s very exciting.”

Of course, Kristin couldn’t reveal exactly where those forks will take us, but when she was asked if there were some major changes in store for Pam, she literally responded with an evil laugh. And it was amazing.

“The reason I read it twice was that it left me wanting more so badly, and my only option was to read it again,” she added. “These writers are really amazing.”

Be sure to watch Kristin in her role of Maleficent on this Sunday’s “Once Upon A Time.”

Date: October 31st | Category: Articles, True Blood
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It’s been a long time since the first few minutes of a Supernatural episode left me as horrified as I was last night. Going into the episode, we knew that Dean and Sam would be going up against their Leviathan doppelgangers, but even with that in the back of my mind, my stomach fell just a little at the sight of Dean and Sam executing a room of people at the bank in the episode teaser. Even if it wasn’t human Sam and Dean committing the act, that was awfully brutal, I thought.

The episode continued in a similarly unnerving way, and at one point — probably sometime after we saw Dean and Sam shoot up a diner of people — I wondered if the show had laid on the crazy a little too thick. And for me to say that about a show like Supernatural, which has pushed the envelope when it comes to all things disturbing, that’s saying a lot.

Luckily, this is Supernatural. Before things get too Ted Bundy, they dialed it down — had Dean sing a little Air Supply (Best. Scene. Ever.), and, in this case, added a little puppy love to the mix. Yup, Bobby Singer found himself bonding with Sheriff Mills, who you’ll recall made her grand return in episode two, when she was saved from the brain-eating doctors at Sioux Falls General.

Now, I don’t want to spend too much time gushing because I’m not sure if this will lead to anything in the future, but I will say that it was incredibly refreshing to see Bobby experience some simple, pleasant times with Sheriff Mills. (I wonder how long it had been since he sat and shared a sandwich with someone.) If I’m being honest, I wouldn’t mind seeing a lot more her in this semi-romantic capacity. And what’s great is that she also proved to be an asset to the team (She accidentally discovered how to kill Leviathan!), and, as we’ve all said a few times before, a little female blood isn’t such a bad thing. Sadly, they didn’t seem to be headed for anything serious. But I’ll go on the record now with a comment I made to my viewing buddy shortly after Bobby kissed Mills in a fit of excitement, “Oh, my God, I’m a ‘shipper!”

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In all, I think this week’s episode was my favorite type of case fic — because Dean and Sam were the case, which made room for Bobby to play hero in a nice subtle way. It also advanced the mythology (Leviathan can die!) without overwhelming us with new facts or questions, provided a cool twist (Crowley!), and then there’s the emotional component. Sam found out via Leviathan Dean that real Dean killed Amy. This led to the inevitable bro blow-up, which ended with Sam walking away from the car angrily. Now, [mini spoiler] if you saw the preview, you know that they’re working together next week. So I’m glad that they’re not going to split apart again or attempt a separation period. (We all know the effect that has on episode, and I wouldn’t want to see that happen to this season.) At the risk of sounding overly complimentary, there hasn’t been a single episode that has let me down. Sure, I have gripes — we all do — but they’re minor in what’s been a so-far solid season. Now, let’s all knock on wood.

Okay, PopWatchers, what did you think of the episode? WAIT! Before you weigh in, enjoy some QUOTABLES:

“Great. Just what we need — a MENSA Monster.” — Bobby

Bobby: These things are smarter than you!
Sam: Geez, Bobby, don’t sugarcoat it.

“If you’re going to be stupid, you might as well be smart about it.” — Bobby

Sam: The usual?
Dean: Rhymes with sing-songs.

“Well, I’ll be damned. Psych Butch and Sundance.” — Frank

Dean: Bobby Singer sent us.
[Frank cocks gun]
Dean: …OR not. Who?

“Is he always this stupid?” — Frank

“Let’s blue steel you up some new I.D.s’” — Frank

Bobby: What the hell are you doing here?
Mills: You’re all charm, Bobby.
Bobby: So my therapist keeps telling me.

Dean: You know, it’s bad enough that they’re ganking people using our mugs, but now this? Us driving around in this kaboodle while baby’s on lockdown?
Sam: It’s temporary, Dean.
Dean: Nobody puts baby in a corner.
Sam: You know that’s a line from…
Dean: a Swayze movie. Swayze always gets a pass.

“You know he has one of these every day? And in his heart, he thinks they’re almost as good as sex. This is disgusting.” — Leviathan Dean eating a cheeseburger

Leviathan Sam: I had a brother with this many issues once. You know what I did?
Leviathan Dean: Hmm?
LS: I ate him.
LD: Of course you did.

LS: Wanna trade? I mean, I’ll take Chuckles over schizo.
LD: Nah. I like this one’s hair better. You can stay in the big one.

Date: October 30th | Category: Supernatural
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