I saw this Eclipse bit yesterday and it is hillarious even if it is necessary:
It is necessary to have rules, I do get that, but somehow it is incongrous that we should need a large page of rules for getting tickets for a film at Midnight. Maybe this is part of the "Adult" POV I claim to have but, I cannot see any reason to camp in a parking lot for 9 days in order to see a movie. Now if Tiffanys were to give away 2 carat solitaires in perfect diamonds - I might camp a couple of days, but, nah, I probably wouldn't even then.
Gender Preference in True Blood
In this link there is a written interview where Sam Trammel discusses his character's liaison with Bill:
In researching this, I discovered that he was born in Louisiana (1971, New Orleans) which is fitting.
Here he discusses his dating life:http://truebloodnet.com/sam-trammell-of-true-blood-talks-about-dating/
If you have read the books you know there are several same-sex relationships among the characters, and we know that at least two gay characters will be introduced this season. The queen is sexually ambivalent, Pam has come out, and Lafayette, well I don't think there was ever a closet that could have contained that beautiful man. When asked by the NY Times about her orientation my memory says she said she was not that interesting!