The July 6 episode of ‘True Blood’ was a pretty big one for Joe Manganiello’s Alcide Herveaux. To celebrate, check out our gallery of Alcide’s sexiest moments!
A whole lot happened in the July 6 episode of True Blood — “Fire In The Hole” — but the biggest moment revolved around Joe Manganiello‘s Alcide Herveaux. We won’t spoil you, but we figured that a gallery of Alcide’s sexiest moments in True Blood was long overdue. Those abs. And don’t worry, like a NSFW version of Paul Thomas Anderson‘s 2007 Oscar winner There Will Be Blood… there will be butts.
Alcide On ‘True Blood’: See Joe Manganiello’s Sexiest Pics
Joe Manganiello’s Alcide has been one of True Blood‘s most beloved characters for reasons more than his stellar butt and abs, but, well… that butt and those abs are pretty stellar, and we at HollywoodLife.com have decided to feel zero shame in celebrating Alcide in this most noble of manners.
Alcide joined the fray in Season 3 with a lunatic fiancée, Debbie Pelt (Brit Morgan); when they broke up, he then had a whole lot of mostly-unrealized sexual tension with Sookie (Anna Paquin) until the end of Season 6, when they became Facebook Official.
Who’s Got The Best Butt In Bon Temps?
However, Sookie seemingly remains as indecisive as ever — in “I Found You” (7×02), Sookie was seen waffling when reading the diary of a dead girl recounting her first encounter with a vampire, thinking of how romantic her relationship with Bill (Stephen Moyer) was. While Alcide was standing right there. Oh, Sookie. You silly girl.
So, check out our gallery and tell us: who’s got the best butt/abs/general business in Bon Temps? Is there anyone that we’ve grievously left out of our poll? Celebrate Alcide in the comments below with your favorite moments, but try not to be too spoiler-y too soon after “Fire In The Hole!”
— Amanda Michelle Steiner
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