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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike'sgirl;3685459;
    I loved the "Goodbye tiny humans." part also Critical, and loved Pam rolling her eyes when Eric asked for "Sookie" as his return favor from Sam. Eric just won't give up!
    I've been saying "Teacup humans in Eric's tone of voice all day! Loved the little wink he gave the kids when he said "Goodnight tiny humans" (it was goodnight and not goodbye - I've watched it, um, a few times since my first post )

    I forgot about Lafayette's furry, purple handcuffs, way. The look on Sookie's face was priceless.

    I can't quote it here, but I loved Sophie-Anne's reaction to the whole Bill vs. Eric thing "....I could watch" with that wicked little grin! ERW is doing, IMO, a great job, I'm interested to see how they'll use her next season. I was skeptical since she hasn't done any TV for quite some time, but I'm impressed.

    You know, I like that AB isn't sticking religiously to the books, but I'm not as happy when he goes completely off book like he's done with the last episode and, likely, the finale.

    Did anyone else notice that they changed the opening credits a bit? Alex's name was always really hard to read because of what was on screen behind it. I noticed they'd changed it this week so you can actually read his name. Jeez, it's a good thing the season's almost over 'cause I need a hobby or something.
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    I had to re-watch the show too. I missed the ever changing number of blood drops on Sophie-Anne's chest the first go around. Somebody in continuity was asleep on job. lol

    Eric's teacup humans and goodbye little humans was just too funny. When he added in foreign language that children are delicious..eeks. I loved how he showed his fangs and took off in the air for the kids. What a show boat!

    How sexy was that wink?!

    Sophie-Ann's day room was gorgeous. Bill was yummy in his swim trunks, and I loved how he was showing his impatience by checking his watch and fidgeting.

    My favorite Jason line was his pride and hardwork at perfecting his craft...winning women. Watching porn and working out..lol
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    That is, in the book he was killed well before the party--but Sookie et al. suspected the killer would be at the party when they found out about L's love life, and went to it so Sookie could listen for a killer's thoughts.
    Yes of course! I had assumed everyone knew that the body in Andy's car end of last season/beginning of this was (in the book) Lafayette. But, the way that I wrote it was confusing, so "thank you" for clarifying that for anyone not familiar with the books. I love the alternate world Alan has given us - it mixes it up just enough. (although, I do hope Mary Ann will soon be over.)

    Kiz Yes, Eric is a show off! I had forgotten that he can fly (not all vampires have that special ability - at least that is how Charlaine Harris created it in her books). But, Eric does have that ability, and uses it a few times if I remember correctly. It was great at winning over the kids too, sort of symbolic of superman.

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    Does anyone know when we will get the season finale? I was thinking it would be on Sunday but they are playing repeats then......
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    Does anyone know when we will get the season finale? I was thinking it would be on Sunday but they are playing repeats then......
    I read somewhere(can't remember where now) that it's on the 13th...2 hours long.
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    The finale is on September 13, 2009. We have to wait 2 weeks because of the upcoming Labor Day weekend. Unfortunately, the finale is only 1 hour long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lildago;3686450;
    I read somewhere(can't remember where now) that it's on the 13th...2 hours long.
    Really? TWO hours? I figured next week would be the season 2 marathon. I plan on watching all of season 1 and 2 before the finale.

    At this point, I'm so attached to most of the main characters that I don't want any of them to die. Especially the ones who have bigger story lines in the later books because that would mean missing out on some great stories. For me, the only expendable crew members are Eggs and MaryAnn. I'm just thinking how much it would suck for an actor to be killed off just as this show has gotten so insanely popular!
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    I got the impression that MaryAnne will choose Sookie (in place of Sam) as her vessel (sacrifice). I think the detailed conversation about how the maenads keep trying to find that perfect supe but continually fail and MaryAnne's new fascination with sookie after their run-in (where sookie shocked her.. prompting a confused, yet excited MA to exclaim: "WHAT ARE YOU?!?") point to this as being the big finale surprise. The fact that no shifters have worked before also contributes to this theory, so MaryAnne is probably more than willing to give something else a shot. Plus, from the storyteller's perspective, it would be much more exciting for sookie to be the potential victim (that will make for some angry vamps, brother jason, and all around theatrics, plus she is our beloved heroine)...not to mention that sam's capture, AGAIN, might be a bit repetitive.

    Just my guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lildago;3686450;
    I read somewhere(can't remember where now) that it's on the 13th...2 hours long.
    According to HBO's website, the show is going to be the normal hour long. However, I will have a major bone to pick if the episode is shortened like the last few have been! I want my full 54 minutes !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Critical;3686478;
    Really? TWO hours? I figured next week would be the season 2 marathon. I plan on watching all of season 1 and 2 before the finale.

    At this point, I'm so attached to most of the main characters that I don't want any of them to die. Especially the ones who have bigger story lines in the later books because that would mean missing out on some great stories. For me, the only expendable crew members are Eggs and MaryAnn. I'm just thinking how much it would suck for an actor to be killed off just as this show has gotten so insanely popular!
    I've wondered that too...how an actor must feel when he or she reads the script that his or her character will end up dying by season's end.

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    Oh, no! Not Lafayette too!
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