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Woodcookedbbq

True Blood

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Has anybody seen this HBO series? Season one just got released on DVD yesterday. I'm going to try to get a copy today. In a nutshell, it's about vampires in Louisiana. My co-worker turned me on and now I'm addicted.

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The vampire story has been played out so much. So was it any good? I thought about adding it to the Queue, but I'm not sure.

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All in all its ok.

There are a couple of secondary characters that are outstanding and make it worth watching but don't be expected to be blown away by it.

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It's pretty good. The black chick is a rotten actress, but it's still entertaining.

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The fake accents are annoying all the way around but I'd still shag her six ways to Sunday.

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awesom series

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Good show, I'm waiting on the second season to start.

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The writers definitely did a good job of forming story lines from a very basic, mediocre chick book..I had to force myself to finish it b/c Sookie is so flippin' annoying

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