Where Everybody Drinks Your Blood: True Blood Meets Cheers

From the deliciously geeky minds of Wil Wheaton and friends comes this charmingly ribald mash-up of True Blood with seminal 80’s sitcom Cheers. It’s one part time capsule, two parts “wow, there’s been a lot of smutty, smutty gore on True Blood.”  Although I’m not caught up and have heard that the latest season has not only jumped over the shark but also started eating it, I’m reminded that the show still has some gloriously trashy redeeming value after all.

(via Pajiba)

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  1. Reblogged this on Vampyre Fangs and commented:
    Where Everybody Drinks Your Blood: True Blood Meets Cheers
    BY EVA HALLOWEEN JULY 15, 2014 CHEERS FUNNY TRUE BLOOD VAMPIRES VIDEOS WIL WHEATON
    From the deliciously geeky minds of Wil Wheaton and friends comes this charmingly ribald mash-up of True Blood with seminal 80′s sitcom Cheers. It’s one part time capsule, two parts “wow, there’s been a lot of smutty, smutty gore on True Blood.” Although I’m not caught up and have heard that the latest season has not only jumped over the shark but also started eating it, I’m reminded that the show might still have some gloriously trashy redeeming value after all.

  2. And I was just thinking of catching up with True Blood. I think I’ve done two seasons, maybe three. This though, is making me re-think my plan. (It’s just getting TOO weird, I think.)

  3. OMG! That was too funny, and gory! I watch “Cheers” every night, thanks to syndication. I didn’t have much time to spend on t.v. back when it was actually on the air. I know nothing of “True Blood” but I believe I get the gist, judging from this mash-up.

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