It's not really a game. I'm very serious.
post #21 of 60
11/5/08 at 12:15am
Bluebird, just look at the series as a departure from the books. Yes, the books are better than the series, but we have no idea of all the other stuff people are doing when they're not around Sookie, right?
I think Tara could change - could clean up a bit and move towards the book character. I think if she's at the swinger party that would be a really big eye opener, you know?
I think Pam was bisexual, wasn't she? I love the scene in the later book where she's needlepointing.
Question: at the very end when Bill is there with her in the hospital room, she sees Eric's face outside the window. Is he really there or is she imagining it?
Okay guys - you are going to all disagree with me, but I just finished the first book and I like the show better. Is it terrible? First of all, Bill's character is so much better in the show. I love how much he loves Sookie, how much he is willing to do for her. I feel like it's not as much in the book (in the first book at least). Erik's character is way more compelling in the book then in the show.
I love how much more is invested in LaFayette and Jason in the show rather then in the book. They are some of my favorite characters.
Sookie didn't seem that surprise that Sam is a shapeshifter in the book as in the movie which i didn't find believable.
And Tara is a great touch. Without her the show would be more boring.