On the HBO website a couple of stills for episode 5.10 were found that focus on Bill and his state of mind. Does Bill have a plan? Has he turned to the dark side? Has he lost his way? The suspense is killing me.
The first still came with the caption: “Where do Bill’s loyalties truly lie?”
And the second with the caption: “Who’s in control of the vampire Authority?”
Thanks to Life for the find.
And another still we received from HBO.
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Recently, Michael McMillian was interviewed by TV Guide. During the interview, he answered a question relating to Bill Compton’s possible turn to the dark side, i.e., is he no longer a purveyor of mainstreaming. Michael answered as follows:
McMillian: It’s interesting because I think that Bill has always clearly been a mainstreamer at heart. As far as we know, the only people he’s really fed on are people that he’s been in a relationship with. I think everyone’s playing a game at this point. I think he keeps his cards close to his chest. Obviously, he was keeping a secret from Sookie for three seasons that he had been sent there by Sophie to spy on her originally. Whether or not Bill is falling into step with the Authority and the new agenda is a bit of a mystery in the second half of the season.
Bill gives in to Salome
At the end of last week’s episode, we see Bill come up with a brilliant idea to defeat the main-streamers by blowing up True Blood factories. Eric looked as surprised as we were.
Certainly, we might find out something in tomorrow night’s episode, but we want to hear your opinion? Is Bill becoming a worshiper of Lilith or, does he remain the mainstreamer we all know and love and it is all an act in order to beat the Authority?
Please leave us a comment below with your opinion.
With only 7 days to go until the new True Blood season, Bill Compton was spotted looking down on the world from several BILLboards in Los Angeles. He makes it very easy for the Authority to find him this way. Run Bill Run!
True Blood’s Andy Bellefleur talks about Vampire Bill who keeps taking the ladies.
Below is a look at one of the Character Perspectives from True Blood: The Complete Fourth Season, where Andy goes on a quite the rant about Bill.
Yes sir, Andy Bellefleur (Chris Bauer) has had it up to here with the women in Bon Temps having “vamper fever.” In this clip, Andy pours his heart out to the camera, complaining that regular guys stand no chance against someone like vampire Bill due to his never-changing physique, his money and…other things.
Watch the video to listen to Andy go off about vampires, plus hear which human he thinks is “doing all right” with the ladies.
Click on the video to watch what Andy has to say.
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As we all know, Brit Morgan will no longer be on True Blood since her character of Debbie Pelt was killed in the finale of Season 4. We enjoyed seeing Brit do such a good job of playing Debbie and she will be missed. Gians Sobel of Inside True Blood’s Blog talked to Brit about it and her time playing Debbie in the short interview.
The biggest news for us was that Brit is completely “Team Bill.” That girl has good taste, see below.
Gianna: Do you miss us?! We miss you! What do you miss the most about working on True Blood? Brit: I miss you SO much!!! I really miss everything but what I miss most is the people. Being surrounded by such wonderful, talented people and feeling like a part of the family. And of course, I miss playing Debbie and looking forward to what new, exciting things I was going to get to do each episode!
Gianna: She was such a wild character. What went into creating her? Brit: To prepare myself for Debbie, I researched a lot about addiction because it’s such a huge part of her life. I attended NA meetings every month and talked to different people about recovery and battling addiction. Through both seasons I kept a journal for her that I would write in to get into character and I made many CD’s of music that I thought she would like or that made me feel close to her. I rehearsed for every episode with my acting coach and watched some great documentaries on wolves!
Gianna: You had some pretty intense moments on the show – including your final one. What was the most trying scene you had to shoot? Brit: I would say in the 4th season, there’s a scene were Alcide and Debbie are having sex and midway through she confronts him about his feelings for Sookie. It was challenging because it was a short scene with so much going on emotionally and at the same time I’d never done a sex scene before, so there were many things to juggle. It ended up going smoothly but I remember being nervous for about two weeks before I shot it.
Gianna: Who made you laugh the most on set? Brit: There’s a lot of funny people, but I’m gonna go with Anna.
Gianna: Characters die on True Blood, but that doesn’t mean we never see them again. Any chance Debbie might rear her angry head? Brit: I hope so!! Debbie might come back with vengeance, and if she does it won’t be pretty.
Gianna: And finally, the most important question: Team Eric or Team Bill? Brit: Team Bill.