The first True Blood minisode (a.k.a. "A Drop of True Blood") just debuted, and while it was just a tease of the show I've been desperately missing since last summer, it was still a tasty little treat. I was actually surprised since I typically don't love minisodes or webisodes or whatever the marketing folks call them. But with this one, they managed to combine so many of the things I like about the show -- including Eric, Pam, Fangtasia!, '80s movie homages and terrible dance auditions -- into one brief, little scene. It's as if the writers somehow tapped into my psyche and put it all on film.
Or webisodes... I'm not picky I'll take either. Between the strike and the normal summer hiatus, we've been chomping at the bit to see any little glimpse of our favorite shows. The Office, Heroes and Rescue Me have responded by giving us minisodes and webisodes to hold us over and keep our interest until they finally return. Here's our list of other shows currently on hiatus that should do the same... and stat.
Today the first Heroes Webisode premiered on NBC's website, and it's about a mailman. Excited yet? Well, what if I told you that this mailman could yell really loud -- so loud that dogs don't want to mess with him and shadowy government organizations do want to mess with him? And that said organization dispatches some sort of snake man, who looks like the Conundrum from The X-Files if he had all of his tattoos removed, along with most of his skin's pigmentation? Now you're interested.
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