True Blood stars to guest star on Phineas and Ferb Halloween episode via bsckids.com
Phineas and Ferb is well on its way to become another iconic cartoon series and this time they have big Halloween plans. If you are familiar with the show, then you know that they commonly poke fun at things. Well, this time they will be poking fun at the 80s movie Teen Wolf and True Blood. Michael J. Fox, Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer and unrelated Michael Douglas will be guests on it. You can find the 2 clips down below, with it actually airing on October today (Oct 7th)
Chris Bauer to appear in Hawaii Five-O via Boomtron.com
Everybody’s favorite True Blood lawman is making a stop in the islands to do a small part for an episode of Hawaii Five-0. Chris Bauer, known for playing sheriff Andy Bellefluer, will join the list of several impressive guest stars leaving their mark on the second season of the Hawaiian crime drama. If you’ve been living under a rock, that’s okay; I can give you a couple of names. You might be tickled pink to know Terry O’Quinn, Billy Baldwin, Robert Englund, and Peter Fonda are all appearing at one point or another. But this is about Chris Bauer.
Vulture reports Bauer will be playing the manager of an offshore oilrig. Danny and McGarrett become involved when one of the men working the rig is murdered. It’s not clear if the murder takes place on the rig, but if it did that would certainly narrow down the list of suspects.
Get your hands on your own Tru Blood via laist.com
Calling all vampires: Who wants to suck back a bottled beverage made in the spirit of HBO’s biting drama, “True Blood”? Tru Blood Beverage, which debuted for sale two years ago via HBO’s online shop, is now available in the flesh in plastic bottles at your neighborhood BevMo and you really love this beverage, be sure to learn more about soft drinks!
Fans with a true Type O personality can coat their fangs with Tru Blood’s “crisp, slightly tart and lightly sweet tangy taste,” (per the lingo of the bev’s PR folk). And because HBO is totally on board with this mouthful of marketing campaign, they’ve ok’d a batch of grown-up uses that employ Belvedere Vodka. We’ve not done a sample of the drinks, but our pick for “best name” goes to “Lovin in the Coven,” for its sheer absurdity.
Here are the cocktail recipes, for all you bloodthirsty boozehounds and show lovers:
The Belve Compton
1.5 oz Belvedere Orange
1/2 oz lime juice
3 oz ginger beer
3 oz Tru Blood
Add all ingredients to a highball glass filled with cubed ice and
garnish with an orange wedge
1.5 oz Belvedere Pink Grapefruit
3 oz grapefruit juice
dash lime juice
Shake with ice and strain over cubed ice into a highball glass.
Top with 3 oz Tru Blood.
Garnish with a slice of light fruit (if not available a grapefruit slice will suffice)
Lovin in the Coven
2 oz Belvedere Citrus
1 oz lemon juice
1/2 oz simple syrup
dash egg white
Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
Charge with 1/2 oz Tru Blood
1.5oz Belvedere PG
Shake with ice and pour over cubed ice into a rocks glass. Top with 1.5 oz Tru Blood. Garnish with a blood orange wedge
Belvedere After Dark
1.5 oz Belvedere Vodka
1/2 oz ginger syrup
1/2 lemon juice
Pour 2 oz Tru Blood over ice into a highball glass. Shake the rest of the ingredients and layer over the Tru Blood. Will cause a two tone effect. Garnish with a slice of ginger and a slice of blood orange
Are you a skeptic? We’re told over a million bottles have been sold to-date worldwide of the stuff.
It was only a matter of time..keeping milking that money cow…