I caught the first new episode of True Blood last night.
I was ecstatic about Lafayette (I'm not going to give away any spoilers.). I think at some point the series definitely takes a different path then the books do.
I like that Tara is African-American in the TV series too. It adds a depth to the show that I don't think the books have too much of. I can't wait for them to introduce the werewolves. Then things will get even better (hopefully).
Anyway, back to last night. The bratty, little newbie vampire (Jessica?) is getting on my nerves.
Arlene's constantly mentioning that she broke nine out of ten nails cracked me up.
I think the scene between Sookie and Bill was a little too much. You know, the part where she says"" in this breathy voice.
Eric getting highlights in his hair...that bothered me a little bit. Aren't Norsemen/Vikings supposed to be natural blonds? I also wonder what's going on in his basement.
Sam...I feel sorry for poor Sam. I don't know why, but I don't quite trust Eggs (that's an odd name/nickname). I think Tara is making a mistake. I wonder what type of supernatural creature Maryann is going to turn out to be. This kind of reminds me of 5th season BtVS, when no one knew what Glory was for a while.
The part where Sookie was boxing up her grandmother's stuff touched me. I still haven't gone through all my mother's stuff yet. Partially, because I don't want to do it without my sister, but I think there's more to it than that. I think that if I finally get rid of, pack away or donate her things, things about her will start fading from my memory, and I don't want that.