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F.W. is a convenience store salesclerk on the HBO original series True Blood. Played by American actor Lorin McCraley, F.W. makes his debut on the series' premiere episode, "Strange Love", in the series' first season. Working at the GrabbitQuik convenience store, F.W. enjoys trying to scare young customers by pretending to be a vampire, and was seen one last time, on the episode "At Last", in the series' sixth season.



Season 1Edit

"Strange Love"Edit

F.W. is asked if he deals V, vampire blood, by a frat boy and sorority girl who are looking for a high. Afterward, F.W. pretends to be a vampire to scare the two and laughs at his own prank. A real vampire that is in the store at the same time then tells the couple to leave, and the vampire threatens to kill F.W. if he ever pretends to be a vampire again. ("Strange Love")

Season 6Edit

"At Last"Edit

F.W. reappears in Season 6, still working at the same store. Four halfings come into the store looking for beer, but are clearly underage. He tries to take advantage of the girls, but is thwarted by Jessica Hamby, who glamours him into letting the girls leave with the beer.

He is later confronted by Jason Stackhouse and Andy Bellefleur, who are searching for Andy's missing daughters. Jason beats F.W. when the cashier isn't as helpful as Jason would like, but the officers soon come to the conclusion that F.W. has been glamoured by a vampire. They leave the store, leaving F.W. bewildered and still unable to remember his encounter with the girls. ("At Last")


Season six appearances
"Who Are You, Really?" "The Sun" "You're No Good" "At Last"
"F**k the Pain Away" "Don't You Feel Me" "In the Evening" "Dead Meat"
"Life Matters" "Radioactive"

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