i wanted to take the last shrimp but that would’ve been a little shellfish
i took it anyway though bc i hold no shrimpathy
is masturbating while smoking weed called masturblazing
no its called highjacking
guys no it’s weedwhacking
no its called dissapointing ur mother
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That can be taken both ways-and both are right. It was a good decision to stop shipping them, and it was probably easier on the confessor than trying to keep shipping a couple doomed to misery. How do you ship your heroine with a demonic vampire blood-god?
You know I used to think that the show had condensed Bill’s two betrayals (the draining and the edict). The book series has Bill’s draining occur in book 3, and Sookie finds out about the Queen’s edict in book 6. But they’ve decided to go with the two-stage betrayal on the show, too. It’s just this second betrayal turned Bill into a villain. I approve.
Bill’s book trajectory isn’t very satisfying. He’s revealed as this awful boyfriend who took advantage of Sookie in almost every way—and then he’s left to meander through the rest of the series. He gets to be heroic sometimes. He’s still her friend. She goes to considerable lengths to save his life when he’s poisoned with silver while saving her. But none of it is satisfying because it isn’t definitive. Is he good or bad? Is he out of her life or not? Will she ever get back with him? We pray not, but the author keeps throwing them into sexual situations. It’s unsatisfying because he’s never definitively redeemed or condemned. He’s in limbo. For six (SIX!) books and counting.
Say what you will for Billith, but at least the show took a definite direction with his character. Show Bill is unmistakably a bad guy. He traded love for power. He exchanged his feelings for Sookie and Jessica for Lilith’s blood. This gives an energy to his character, and the show, that is palpable. Instead of leaving Bill stalled for book after book, unable to move on, the show forced Bill to choose and shoved the narrative forward into new territory.
Bill as villain is a great, gutsy move. By season 6, it’s difficult to introduce new villains that have much weight. We’ve seen so much it’s hard to take a new antagonist seriously. We expect our heroes to overpower and eliminate this new threat just like all the ones before. This is bad for the show, because weak antagonists make for a weak story. Billith is a great antagonist because he’s so very powerful. Even better, we KNOW him. There’s all the extra drama that comes from the audience’s relationship to him, and his relationships with the other characters. Warlow is interesting, but Billith has the potential for SO MUCH DRAMA.