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And he really expected Sookie to fireball him, I guess.
And it was her choice to keep her faerie nature and to stake him.
" And I say, "Yeah, but he wasn't the same Lafayette! There's a big system of checks and balances with Lafayette to make him seem [like] a real person. You went through this with Dead Ever After, when you ended the book series and were confronted with the fan reaction. As far as I'm concerned, the show could have gone on forever. But in the books, all the faeries and weres added a different element, probably because you had more time to explore them, right? Yeah, I think it was probably more of the general simplification for the show, to get it back to the basics of personal relationships rather than the more political turn that the show had taken. This happens a lot with book-to-TV adaptations, where people accept it in the book but then get upset about it on a show, maybe because it's happening up close and they're visualizing it more, such as on Game of Thrones. [Laughs.] You just can't ever tell what will translate well to the screen and what won't.
What did you think of all the resolutions for these various characters? She had someone she could live a human life with, have human babies with, and stay in her home, which was what she wanted.You know, he was so close to death anyway that I found myself thinking, But he wanted, I guess, the dignity of going on his own terms. It almost sounds like , which is supposed to be one of the most beautiful phrases in the English language. And I could see him not wanting to go through that, getting weaker and weaker, sicker and sicker. You know, he looks like the guy in the Maker's Mark jacket who comes in during the last episode of The Sopranos! Enjoy it, or not, and then turn to the next entertainment.People can talk about it and talk about it, but in the end, it's whatever you want it to be. What's happening in the Middle East is a life-or-death issue. I'm sure the True Blood showrunners are on some level relieved that it's over with, and most of them, not all of them, but most of them are very media-savvy, and they know that this will subside eventually, and it won't affect their job chances or their families, you know?