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MoonChyld’s Entertainment – True Blood: My Favorite Moments

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These great group of people have given us so many of our favorite moments on television. (Taken at The San Diego Comic Con 2014)

Now that this wonderful show has come to a close, we will not forget some of the moments that have made us want to tune in every week for something new. Not to mention wanting to view them on Demand or when the episodes were rebroadcasted for us to watch again and again. These are the moments I am happy to share with you – along with the name of the episode associated with moment – that have made me love the show and come back for more. I’m confident that some of them are your favorites as well.

**These are not in any order of most to least favorite; they are all equally my favorites. If there is a favorite moment you would like to…

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Kurt Sutter reveals how many ‘Sons of Anarchy’ club members will die

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In the Sept. 9 premiere of Sons of Anarchy‘s final season, a vengeful Jax (Charlie Hunnam) tells his brothers, “For me to move forward with all the things we now have to do, I need to know this table has no doubts, no mistrust, that every single one of you would kill or die for the man next to him.” With FX’s marketing campaign centered on Jax morphing into the Reaper, fans anticipate a high body count on the first front by season seven’s end (and they would be right).

But creator Kurt Sutter’s tally on the latter might be surprising: “Two club members will be dead,” he tells EW. “I don’t think there’ll be more than that.”

Before Comic-Con last month, EW asked readers to predict the fate of 15 characters. (Remember, there’s a large number of non-members fans are invested in: Gemma, Unser, Wendy, Nero, Lyla, Chucky…

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MoonChyld’s Entertainment – True Blood: A Fond Farewell

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Thank you all for giving us a reason to stay in on Sunday nights. It will truly missed.

Dear Cast and Crew of True Blood,

I would like to say thank you for bringing a great book series to life (I just started reading them recently) and bringing in an awesome ensemble cast that had the ability to do the same for the characters. For me, and I’m sure a lot of viewers of this amazingly entertaining show, these 7 seasons have been some of the best seen on television. From the actors themselves down to the music in the show; complimenting a song with the title of each episode was genius – I was introduced to Imagine Dragons with the seasons 6 finale!!

As a fan of vampires and werewolves it was refreshing to see a depiction of these beings that while respecting the myth, you added your own…

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MoonChyld’s Entertainment – True Blood: The Women of Bon Temps

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Although we enjoy the men of True Blood – these ladies can give them a run for their money.

It’s been said that behind every great man is a great woman; these ladies emphasize that saying. Through all the madness – supernatural or otherwise – the women of True Blood have managed to persevere and find strength not only within themselves, but with each other. Some have some and gone and came back; others we wished would go away for good – like Violet. But for those that refused to take things as they are and fight are the ones that will be remembered. And remember them we will.

Sookie Stackhouse

Sookie has had more than her fair share of love in her life.

Sookie has had more than her fair share of love in her life.

Sookie was born with the ability to hear people’s thoughts. A trait that made her mother feel indifferent about her; even afraid of her. After her…

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MoonChyld’s Entertainment – True Blood: The Men of Bon Temps

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As we come to a close on this phenomenally supernatural show, let’s show some love  to the good old boys of Bon Temps.

In the tone of the song for True Blood begins – when Bill Compton came in the air went out. When Sookie and Bill met eyes it was over for the telepathic Merlotte’s waitress and fans around the world. When show runner Alan Ball took a liking to the first book of The Southern Vampire Mysteries and stated the tagline “tagline here” he felt this would be a great show. It wasn’t just great Mr. Ball – it was phenomenal.

Most of us entered the world of Sookie Stackhouse of Bon Temps, Louisiana in 2008 when HBO premiered the show True Blood to the masses; but there were people who read the books already knowing the characters intimately. It seems the casting was spot on and the…

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Women are a Trip

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I was out this morning with my mother doing some grocery shopping at Walmart. Way back when before I finally stopped procrastinating with my writing, I worked for Walmart.

For 5 years I worked the midnight shift at the store where my mother has been for 15 years. I left in 2007 to take some college courses while working part time. When I needed full time work I went to another Walmart location and worked there for almost 3 years before getting my current job. As of July 15th I’ve been at my current job for 4 years.

Anyway, we’re at the register paying for our food when this inhuman shriek shatters the silence of the store. Running up to us is one of my mother’s old co-workers, let’s call her Ms. A.

To give you a little background on Ms. A, she got fired from my mother’s store ages…

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