This is batty! True Blood hit another ratings high on Sunday, surging to a best-ever 5.3 million viewers. That’s up 20 percent over last week’s record 4.5 million viewers. Bottom line: The show’s unstoppable! Here are three reasons why (four if you include the hunky interviewer).
This is the aftermath of a seriously awesome Eric-centric episode, people.
DRINK: Drink one drink per scene per character who is drinking. When Rob McElhenny is shown in beginning credits Anytime Dee stands up for whats right Anytime Mac tries to assert himself as a leader Anytime they mention Charlie work Anytime sniffing glue is mentioned Anytime frank says Whore Anytime mac says Bitch Anytime a character mentions popping a shirt off Anytime they mention Dee’s backbrace Anytime Charlie’s illiteracy is mentioned/referenced Anytime a character says Bang Anytime someone uses a bad comeback Anytime a character says Boom or Bam Anytime they play Rick Astley Anytime a character pulls a gun out they were hiding Anytime Frank says youre bringing me down Anytime Frank mentions gambling or gambles Anytime a character mentions talent Anytime Sweet Dee is told she’s ugly/untalented/unattractive Anytime Charlie is wearing his epic horse t-shirt and long johns Anytime Dennis mentions his cheekbones Anytime Mac mentions karate Anytime Mac is wearing a new sleeveless shirt Anytime Frank says “shit” Anytime Rickety Cricket, Artemis, or the McPoyles are onscreen Anytime someone says “Dammit” Anytime someone compares Dee to a giant bird Anytime Mac is wearing a sleevless t-shirt Anytime Dee says “Later, boners.”
In case any of you Eagles fans need a reminder of who your team just hired.
I’m not going to make a lot of friends with this post but I don’t really give a damn. To everyone who is throwing the Vick signing back at Eagles fans, just stop it. Maybe you guys don’t know this, but the fans do not make front-office decisions for their teams. Do I agree with the Eagles’ signing of Vick? Certainly not. I think it’s a desperation move on their part. But can I do anything about it? NO. And I’m not going to ashamed of my team and I will not be guilt-tripped when cheering for them because of the past actions of one player (who by the way, served his debt to society), no matter how seedy his past.