|That's Warlow on top. And that's Sookie's "slay any vampire" power she's|
holding to his head. If that isn't the best way to kill a vampire, I don't know
what is. And it's one of many reasons I like Warlow so much.
|Okay, this gif really is amazing. You should download it to your phone and|
text it to anyone that messages you. It's funny as hell to get their reaction.
|He killed Sookie's parents! But doesn't he have a nice smile? I guess if he|
had a good reason to kill Sookie's parents it can't be all bad, right?
|In a world filled with super-powered freaks, Jason Stackhouse's super-power|
is the ability to hump his way through any problem that arises. Damn. I think
I'm jealous of that.
Now I know I just heard all you writers out there groaning, but the flashback really works in television (maybe not so much in writing). Last season with Eric, we flashed back to the time where he made Pam (think gas lamps and Victorian England and you've got the time perfectly). And with Bill, it's not been so much flashbacks as it's been surreal conversations with Lilith (the vampire goddess and perhaps the first vampire?) while being surrounded by bloody naked women strutting vagina first into the sun. And well...if you've got a nice body and are a feminist, I honestly can't blame you for strutting vagina first into the sun. It just might be the greatest meme ever.
|Censorship courtesy of io9 :) Ladies, do you feel empowered yet?|
|Verdict: Lafayette wins!|
There's that word again..."weird" and I've used it multiple times here. Is "weird" really something that I should use to describe True Blood? Don't answer that, or the universe may possibly explode. Maybe my whole point to this utterly pointless post is this: Warlow is hawt, and I'm weird because I watch True Blood.
So yeah, I think True Blood's Warlow is the most interesting vampire to come along since Eric Northman. Anyone else agree?