Posts Tagged ‘True Blood’

I kind of have a problem when it comes to my cell phones. Over time, I make and collect such a huge amount of ringtones that I can never settle on a single one for any long period of time. The longest I’ve ever had a ringtone has been for the last month. The song? The 90’s X-Men animated series theme. Everyone knows it, everyone loves it, and I find it hard to change.

I’ve also collected a few different text message/email alerts, ranging from video games to TV show sound bites. I’ve uploaded my favorites of all, the ones I use more often than the others. These are in no way a comprehensive Best of the Best Geeky Ringtones; they just happened to be my favorite geeky ringtones.

Battlestar Galactica

Cylon Eye


Edith Piaf, “Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien”

It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia

Charlie: “Wild card, bitches! Yeeee-haw!

Dennis and Charlie singing “Day Man”

Theme Song

Mass Effect 2

Male: “I’m Commander Shepard, and this is my favorite store in the Citadel.”

Female: “I’m Commander Shepard, and this is my favorite store in the Citadel.”

Monty Python

Lumberjack Song (‘high heels, suspenders and a bra’ verse)

Sassy Gay Friend (link)

“What are you doing? What, what, what are you doing?”

Star Trek TOS

“Live long and prosper.”

Star Wars

Imperial March

Wookie yell

True Blood

Pam: “Blah blah, vampire emergency, blah.”

Enjoy, and check out some more ringtones from our friends over at All Things Fangirl! If you want to add these to your phone, Myxer is your best bet. (I just add the mp3s to my Blackberry by USB and set them as ringtones, though.)


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With the second season of HBO’s break-out hit True Blood quickly coming to a close (this Sunday will mark the penultimate episode this year), the pressure’s on Alan Ball and his writers to top themselves every week, and this week, they managed it both flawlessly and hilariously.

Spoilers for “New World in my View” to follow.

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In our deepest of hearts, we here at PCR are fans, and our favorite thing to do is share what we’ve fallen in love with. So, this week starts a new weekly article, where each of us will share something we’ve loved in the past week. Because that’s what being a fan is all about, isn’t it?


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I have had a dream ever since I started watching True Blood. This dream was borne of Eric’s smirks, the ease in which Bill is annoyed and Jessica’s petulance. This is a dream that I one day hope to become a reality, and I write this article as a plea to Alan Ball and the writers of True Blood.

True Blood: Eric and Bill’s Awesome Road Trip.

Let it sink in.

With I Love You, Man and Year One being released this year, the bromance is at its peak – so why not cash in? Eric and Bill have all the hallmarks of a true bromance: Eric constantly needles Bill, who is easily annoyed by Eric. Yet they’re constantly forced to spend time together, and might even have a slight bit of respect for each other. It’s the sort of kindling that sparks the fires of a bromance.

I’m seeing constant moaning about how tired people are of the maenad sub-plot, and once the vampires in Dallas plot is done, I believe this is the one thing that will make any True Blood viewer happy and rejuvenate the show. Stick three vampires in a car (why they’re driving, where they’re going, these are unimportant questions) on a road trip and ta-da: you’ve got gold.

Now, for your reading pleasure, what we at PCR believe could be done with a real Eric & Bill vampire bromance/road trip picture. I call it:




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An interesting rivalry of sorts has come up over this season of True Blood.

There’s Bill, our Teddy Bear With Fangs and Eric, the Big Bad Vampire. If you frequent any True Blood fansite, message board or Livejournal community, you’ll know how much the fans love Eric. People are crazy over Eric. (I’ll admit I’m one of them, to the chagrin of my fellow bloggers.)

Tonight, I spice my wine with vampire blood!

Tonight, I spice my wine with vampire blood!


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comiccon09-truebloodI stayed in Ballroom 20 all day to be in the front row for this so I was right at the front to hear the absolutely deafening screams that went up the minute the lights went down. And then again when the stars stepped out onto the stage.

Let me tell you, for any fan of the show,  the wait — through seven panels and you don’t even want to know when I woke up to get in line — was more than worth it. (more…)

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