Wednesday, July 6, 2011

True Skin

Joe's guest post yesterday reminded me that there's new True Blood skin on display, with the launch of season 4 a couple of weeks ago. The beautiful bodies are all wrapped in darkness and shadow, which is slightly frustrating but undeniably appropriate to the genre. No Joe Manganiello beef yet, but the "next ons" look like he's showing up soon.


Alexander Skarsgård showed up shirtless at the end of the episode, but let's face it, he's sex on a stick whether he's in one of those skin tight shirts or out.  Alexander has been an unstoppable beast in my homoerotic wrestling imagination, and looking this good makes me suspect he will continue to show up there.


A few weeks ago Joe was marveling at the hot piece of meat that is Marshall Allman, a new addition in season 3 and happily returning for season 4. Not to spoil too much for anyone, but Marshall's particular skill set requires that he strip naked (now that's a sweet superpower!). Therefore, we've come to appreciate that astonishingly round bubble butt of his on more than one happy occasion.


This last episode delivered more Marshall ass in the shadows. When he gave us a profile, though, I have to say those luscious glutes took my breath away!


Sam Trammell's character also is required by all that is good and holy to strip naked frequently, illustrating what I believe is precisely the firmly convex belly that Joe was so admiring in yesterday's post. For me, it's hard to tear my eyes away from those thick, round pecs of his.


And one last glimpse of True Blood gratuitous nakedness, Stephen Moyer's character had some shirtless hotness and a bare-assed sex scene this week. While I know many of you don't have my affliction, I still say the naked woman on the bottom here is a major buzz kill. If I put my hand across her face and squint just a little, though, my imagination is capable of rewriting the body on the bottom into one with a very happy cock.

I've said it before, and I'll say it again, I'm sure. Allan Ball is a genius.

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