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The vampire drama continues to unfold in episode eight of HBO’s addictive “True Blood” as the fourth victim of the fire is revealed.

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True Blood kicks it up a notch again this week, turning out what may be the best episode of the season. Be sure to check in with Sookie and her vampire beau Bill and watch as Jason spins even further out of control in search for his fix of V-Juice.

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True Blood: Cold Ground

After Gran’s unsolved murder last week, Sookie (Anna Paquin) finds herself overwhelmed with two-faced well-wishers, two men competing for her affections, and a brother hurtling off the deep end once again.

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After displaying a bit of his vengeful side last week, Bill (Stephen Moyer) and Sookie (Anna Paquin) take a some time away from each other.

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After the discovery of Dawn’s murder, Jason Stackhouse again finds himself the prime suspect in what appear to be a series of vampire related killings.

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Sookie Stackhouse has the unfortunate pleasure of meeting some of Bill’s more blood-thirsty vampire brethren, a group who make their lust for real blood plainly obvious

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True Blood: The First Taste

The relationship between Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) and vampire Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer) progresses after Bill returns the favor of her rescuing him in the first episode.

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True Blood

True Blood’s hold over Twilight is that television can go places that a book simply cannot. The power of online media and the depth of what a camera can capture knocks Meyer’s universe on its ass.

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Mad Men: The Gold Violin

Josh Radde tries to fine tune “The Gold Violin” of Mad Men, while Robert Fure dives head first into the world of synthetic blood and vampire sexiness.

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