Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Charlaine Harris' post-mortem of HBO's 'True Blood.'

Posted By on Tue, Aug 26, 2014 at 10:54 AM

Charlaine Harris, once of Magnolia, has talked to Vulture.com about the last episode of HBO's "True Blood," which saw its season finale on August 24. The series is, of course, a loose adaptation of her Sookie Stackhouse books. 

On tap: numerous spoilers, were-tigers, her thoughts on the death of a beloved/behated character (seriously: SPOILERS), why she loves Lafayette, and Harris adorably calling the mysterious Members Only Jacket Guy from the last frames of the "Sopranos" series finale "the guy in the Maker's Mark jacket."  Enjoy.

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