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    Pregnant? Who on earth....it can't be Sookie. Tara? Sounds like they're going to start off with a bang. And, yay for number 7 on that list!

    The latest minisode with Jason and the black panther - are they going to bring that storyline in this season? They're killing me with all these teases.

    Sunday can't get here fast enough!
    If they bring in the Jason/panther storyline, then it could be Crystal who is pregnant.

    I want to know who will have the one night stand since it's the last person we'd expect. Sookie maybe? She's about the only one I wouldn't expect.
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    maybe Hoyt has the one night stand.
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    I am so, so, so excited about Sunday that I just don't know what to do with myself until then!!!!
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    Hooray--the wait is finally over!!!
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    It is going to be forever until 8:45 p.m.!!! I am still glad that I didn't read most of the books. I'm really enjoying getting my firsthand view from the tv scripts. This show is really well-done.

    I read where the actor that plays Lafayette says that only one of his family members (one sister) supports his doing this role, and he comes from a family of about 8 siblings, having been brought up in the foster care system. He said he took his brother to the premiere of this season, and that his brother got uncomfortable, got up, and walked out....just disappeared. I can't imagine the lack of support. I'll be his family, because I think he's great!!
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    Interesting! I do remember in the recent interview (referred to further up this thread) hearing Michael Ausiello ask a question about the characters they play and which person is most different from their character; someone (maybe Sam T?) mentioned Nelson is very different from the character of Lafayette which he plays.

    That is sad prhoshay, he is one of my favorites....... and unlike the book character
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    lives on through the grace of Alan Ball. Nelson Ellis breathed more than life into his role of Lafayette, and I am so glad to watch his performances. I support him too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike'sgirl;3931863;
    Interesting! I do remember in the recent interview (referred to further up this thread) hearing Michael Ausiello ask a question about the characters they play and which person is most different from their character; someone (maybe Sam T?) mentioned Nelson is very different from the character of Lafayette which he plays.
    It was on the Ausiello panel interview for the Ultimate Fan Experience. Nelsan was ill and couldn't be there, but they all agreed he was the least like his character. Lafayette is one of my favorite characters on the show - and I think he's one of the fan faves overall. It's a shame his family can't support him. At least he's got legions of fans who love him!

    I just called and got HBO again! For anyone with Comcast, it's only $10.99 for 6 months. I think it's the same for Showtime and Starz. If they've still got the deal going in a few months when TB is over and I cancel HBO, I'll sign up for Showtime for the next season of Dexter!
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    I watched Season 2 on demand yesterday and I have to say, that I am a convert to the show. The first season, while I enjoyed it, it wasn't anything that I fell overly in love with. I also watched it on demand. However the second season really caught my attention. I cannot wait now for tonight's premiere!

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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay;3931847;
    I read where the actor that plays Lafayette says that only one of his family members (one sister) supports his doing this role, and he comes from a family of about 8 siblings, having been brought up in the foster care system. He said he took his brother to the premiere of this season, and that his brother got uncomfortable, got up, and walked out....just disappeared. I can't imagine the lack of support. I'll be his family, because I think he's great!!
    That's awful and so sad. I support Nelson as well and think he's an incredible actor. Lafayette just wouldn't be the same with someone else portraying him. He can be part of my family too and I don't care what kind of role he takes on.
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    CA - I thought season two was miles better than season one and I loved season one! I'm watching "Timebomb" OnDemand right now! That episode and "I Will Rise Up" are, IMHO, the best two episodes of the show ever. They're going to have to work hard to top those two in season three.
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