Newly uncovered I.M.s and e-mails show how close to reality Aaron Sorkin’s screenplay might be.
“Love?! You don’t get to use that word.”
How Hailey Barber inspired his accent, why Sookie should take a page from Queen Victoria, and why Russell Edgington is the show’s true hero.
Franklin returns and Russell debuts on the nightly news.
Reunited, but it don’t feel so good.
Franklin sexting, Sookie’s seven minutes in heaven, and plenty of Eric flashbacks.
Things get even bloodier.
Our favorite episode so far!
Sex with vampires gets bizarre.
And it’s Denis O’Hare! And he’s awesome.
Good god, that was fun.
With the third season starting Sunday, our minds have fixed on what we’d like to see more (Eric) and less (Bill) of from Alan Ball’s backwater bayou theater.
Jack wanders into the sunset, to kill again on the big screen.
Jack is definitely the baddest bitch.
Small intestines, meet blowtorch.
With Jack vacillating between justice and vigilantism, the Absurd-o-Meter is at its breaking point.
Time Warp to 1992: Hey, everybody, it’s D.B. Sweeney and Michael Madsen!
Jack’s allies turn on him.
This doesn’t turn out well.
A two-hour episode provides plenty of time for a surprise death, the trapping of a mole, and plenty of absurd twists.