Renee O'Connor unearthed her ambitions as a young girl growing up in Texas. Like so many her age, she had grand visions of an international acting career. Yet, unlike so many of her peers, Renee took action in determining her future.
Everyone who has seen Sunday's episode of True Blood "Love is to Die" knows that Ginger scored a major victory this week. The result was one of the series' greatest-ever, and certainly one of its funniest scenes.
When an Alaska-bound oil rig docked in the New Zealand port of Taranaki, actor Lucy Lawless and six Greenpeace activists snuck aboard, climbed its 174-foot drilling tower, unfurled bright yellow banners that said "Stop Shell" and "#SaveTheArctic" -- and wouldn't descend.
It was completely insane, and yet it made complete sense. That's what I love about this show -- love, logic, vengeance and mercy combine in ways that seem chaotic and nuts, but everything makes sense on an intellectual and emotional level.