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True Blood: The 10 Best Sex Scenes (NSFW)

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Jason and Jessica in the Back of the Truck
Jessica brings a lot to the table: her luscious red locks, plus the fact that she's a perpetual virgin and, well, a vampire. We loved her with mama's boy, Hoyt, but if you wanted to see her naked, it had to be with Jason — because, duh.

Eric Sex-Murders Talbot
And no, we don't mean murders him figuratively cause the sex is so great. We mean, he seduces his enemy's lover and then stabs him in the heart with a wooden stake mid-nailing him from behind. And that's not even the most sadistic thing that's happened on the show.

Sookie and Eric Get it on (Finally!) in the Snow
If you weren't waiting for Eric and Sookie to get together since the first time you saw his beautiful blond head appear on screen, you need to check yourself. It took four seasons and a case of amnesia for her to finally ditch old Bill Northman and fulfill fans' ultimate True Blood hook-up dreams. And when they finally do, it involves some sexy exchanging of blood and a trippy, al fresco sex session.

Bill and Lorena's Hate-Sex
Bill and his maker (the vampire that turned him and serves as is vampire "mother") Lorena have a pretty screwed up relationship. For one, she turned him against his will into a blood-sucking creature, essentially stealing him away from his wife and child. That doesn't stop them from hooking up, though, in one of the most unforgettable, twisted (pun intended) scenes in the show's entirety. We will never think about hate-sex the same way again.


Bill and Sookie Reunited
For fans on Team Bill, this season one scene is by far one of the best from the whole show. After mourning her dead vampire lover for an evening, Sookie wanders into the graveyard to cry some more. But of course, Bill isn't dead, and literally rises from the grave for sexy time with his favorite fairy. It doesn't get more hot and dirty than doing it on the ground in a cemetery at night with a vampire.
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