Quick! Head on over to eBay to buy Stephen Moyer's, erm, sock
So, Alex Skarsgaard and Stephen Moyer are having an eBay contest to see who can make the most money for charity. There are signed scripts and DVDs for sale, but Moyer just upped the ante: "Up for auction is a piece of True Blood memorabilia known as "The sock of Destiny." The sock was donated to the Battle of the Fang by Stephen Moyer, who plays Vampire Bill on the hit TV show True Blood. The sock will be signed before it's sent to the winner! This piece of fabric is used when filming nude scenes so that the man's dangling parts are secured. Moyer has mentioned the sock in many interviews and the sock has become a staple in most of the interviews with the cast. This is your chance to own this extremely rare item."
As of right now, the bid is at $605.
I'm going to put the picture behind the cut - not because the item itself looks offensive, but because it's labelled with a word that may be deemed offensive to people who get offended by words.
Also, before I get too excited you get too excited, remember that Eric Northman cannot retaliate in kind. Skarsgaard has said that he does not wear any such silly garments. More information on the charities - Gulf Relief Foundation and SOS Children's Villages - and and how you can donate here.
And here's a little something something about the song in the final episode:
Malene’s interests and hobbies include Schadenfreude, sci-fi and fantasy (good and bad alike), hilarious hair pieces, age-inappropriate celebrity crushes, messed-up starlets, waiting for the next Star Trek movie, hating Björk, creative profanity, disobedient robots, fake celebrity relationships, post-apocalyptic dread, singing super-villains, baseball, David Beckham (but only when he keeps his mouth shut), vampires and knitting tiny sweaters for her seven cats. That’s not true. Maybe.
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