Eric Northman’s cubby hole. Seriously, make me love you more, I dare you.
Oh and I love how Bill’s hideyhole is a dirt crawlspace and Eric’s is a studio apt.
I do not like your ugly bedspread, but I enjoy that you’re all literate and shit and read before bed.
What do you want to bet that Jason Stackhouse is one of those people who highlights every sentence and then is like, “Oh, crap.” Maybe he can get note taking lessons from the other highlightin’ Ryan? And more importantly, can I watch?
I’m not sure how I missed all the shirtless reading on True Blood the first time around, but goes to show you it’s always a great idea to rewatch. Here’s Eggs (played by Mehcad Brooks) catching up with Joan Collins. Who do you think that book belongs to? Sookie? Pam? Eggs himself? Or…Bill? Vote now!
Yes. Joe Man can read. There have been unconfirmed reports though that this is how he reads a newspaper:
So who would you rather have sign your book and do bad things to you — the beefcake above or the Vikingcake below?
After Elle’s epic Hugh Dancy post, I knew there was only one person who could follow that — our Viking prince. However, before I could post, I saw Askars Swedish Meatballs had already posted the picture. But then I looked again and saw that the picture I had was from a different angle, so voilà!
Check out the size of Eric Northman’s shelves. I like to think that Eric, a 1000-year-old vampire who speaks 25 languages, borrows from Alexander Skarsgard’s shelves.
If Joe Manganiello, aka ALCIDE, is reading “Dracula” by Bram Stoker in the spirit of know thy enemy, he doesn’t realize who his true enemy is: all the people — and I do mean all — who went SQUEEEEE over this:
A vampire or werewolf has nothin’ on a fangirl, especially an Alexander Skarsgard fangirl. And really, who can blame her? (I still think Joe Man is hot as hell though.)
If Alexander the Great were alive today and wanted to conquer the world, he could go the Dick Cheney route and be loathed everywhere, OR he could take a page from Alex Skarsgard’s playbook and be loved wherever he goes. Alex’s airplane reading is “Hot, Flat, and Crowded: Why We Need a Green Revolution—and How It Can Renew America” by Thomas Friedman?!? And he’s not reading it for research-for-a-movie purposes — I’m onto you, James Franco! — but for himself. This… this is how you conquer people.