True Blood is officially over (perhaps a few years too late…), and the biggest thing we’ll miss (besides Lafayette, obviously) is the hot gay vamp action. Here’s a look back at our favorite gay moments from the show:

Here are two True Blood actors who certainly had no problem with a little man on man action, unlike this one.

Earlier this season, Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) and Eric Northman (Alexander Skarsgard) got good and down.

And it didn’t disappoint.

Things start off coy.


Seductive, in fact.


But let’s cut the act, shall we? A little good natured choking can go a long way.


A helping hand is always nice, from throat to belt.


Eric must have a death wish, because he sure does look ready to get staked.


Tender undead love.


But just when the blood is about to start flowing, it’s all revealed as Jason’s church pew dream. God bless.


And this isn’t the first time Jason has drifted off to gay fang banging slumberland. He has, after all, drank his fair share of vamp blood.

Remember this little encounter with Warlow (Robert Kazinsky) that got us all thinking differently about our morning shave?

But Jason isn’t the only one who can’t get his mind off guys with fangs. When Sam Merlotte (Sam Trammell) drank Bill’s (Stephen Moyer) blood, he had this steamy dream of his own:

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You can watch it here.

But lets get back to Jason, for obvious reasons. Remember when Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) convinced him to do a little web cam show in exchange for some V? Though we could do without the mask.

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Is he stuffing? We hope not. Watch that scene here.

And as death (or true death) always seems to be lurking around the corner on True Blood, sometimes even the hottest scenes end up, well, dripping in blood.

Like this seductive murder:


Watch things escalate here.

With only eight episodes remaining of True Blood’s seventh and final season, we’re certainly hoping for at least a few more good gay water cooler moments, and certainly expect Luke Grimes’ “gay is OK” replacement Nathan Parsons to be getting intimate with Lafayette sometime soon.

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