HBO’s ‘True Blood’ offers everything that one can ask for when it comes to over-the-board entertainment, gore, fantasy and a whole lot of love making. The show has gone through various transformations over the years and of course, if you look back, you will be able to connect a lot of dots but that’s not the only thing that allows the show to keep going. The not-so-shy and graphic scenes of the show are much needed because they surely have attracted a lot of viewers. Some might have stayed for more of those scenes whereas some might have actually developed an interest in the series. Set in a world where vampires and humans co-exist, the show revolves around a waitress named Sookie Stackhouse, a woman with telepathic powers whose life starts to change when she meets a vampire named Bill.
‘True Blood’ has pretty much everything — perfect soundtracks, graphic action, amazing screenplay, and exceptional acting. So when it lives up to all of these things, then why would it have half-assed love making scenes (pun intended)? It has tried to pull off every possible kind of love making scene it can through its entire span of seven seasons. Why else do you think it comes under the fantasy genre? So we thought of compiling the best love making scenes so far on the show. I’m sure nobody out there knows the total number of love making scenes this one has, so there is a possibility that we might miss out on a few, but we’ve tried to add more variety here. With that said, here we list down and rank the hottest love making scenes from ‘True Blood’.
16. Eggs and Tara (Season 2, Episode 5)
Eggs and Tara had a pretty normal relationship going on during the initial seasons of ‘True Blood’. The only creepy thing about their love making scenes is the fact that Eggs was being controlled by the evil Maenad Maryann.
15. Eric and Parts of Talbot (Season 3, Episode 8)
This scene from ‘True Blood’ surely lands a place in the best love making scenes and also the best death scenes of all time because of the painful yet pleasurable moment between Eric and Talbot. Talbot had such a sweet way to leave the show but he left behind his mourning lover Russell Edington who carries around the few remains of Talbot in a crystal container. He even talks to the container trying to convince himself that his deceased lover might still be out there somewhere. What we can not figure out, though, is if this is stupid, sad or just very mundane? Whatever it is, only Denis O’Hare could’ve pulled off something so insane.
14. Threesome (Season 4, Episode 9)