A scene from Season 4 reveals that Pam, Jessica and Hoyt will team up against a group of rowdy vampire haters. It's now "a post-Russell Edgington world."
Is Alcide still hung up on Debbie? "She's still alive and at large so you never know," says Joe Mangianello.
I hope "at large" doesn't mean she's missing in action. After last season, the show just wouldn't be the same without that skanky ass white trash psycho bitch in the mix.
How long can Hoyt and Jessica expect to be happy? "The fairytale can't go on forever, but maybe reality is better," shares Deborah Ann Woll. "Hoyt's mom remains awful."
Hoyt and Jessica need to get more play in Season 4. They were pretty much an afterthought last season.
Rene and Arlene's baby is, in fact, evil... but not a vampire. Says Preston, "The last we left it, her baby was on board, and that problem grows exponentially."
Love it! How can you go wrong with an evil demon baby?
What happens with Jason? "He should not be looking after an entire village of meth addicts," cracks Ryan Kwanten.
Ugh. I wish the Hot Shot story would be dropped altogether. It reminds me too much of The Hills Have Eyes, LoL.
Where did Tara go at the end of Season 3? According to Rutina Wesley, "You'll find out early on where Tara went." Also, "We'll see a new Tara. A lot more stable. She might find some happiness."
I don't know how I feel about this. On one hand, I'm glad Tara won't continue to be the perpetual victim screaming like a banshee at every person she sees, but on the other hand it's hard for me to picture her happy and stable. That just isn't Tara to me.
When Eric returns, he's a lost man. Literally. He loses his memory because "he messed with the wrong people," shares Alexander Skarsgard.
"Eric doesn't know who he is anymore. The powerful character he was is just gone. Thousands of years of human resentment... gone." Alexander Skarsgard says the change has been "a blast."
Very interesting. This explains the new promo that HBO started running tonight.
Rutina: "I'd love to see some Tara and Pam action." Alan Ball: "You will."
How does the bite-off between Bill and Sophie Anne end? No one's saying. "It's not just the two of them involved," Alan Ball says.
Eh... who cares.
Are Bill and Sookie toast? Shares Ball, "That betrayal is so deep I don't think there is any way back from that."
Hallelujah! Has Alan Ball finally gotten over his Bill and Sookie obsession?
There are definite plans to bring back the King, played by Dennis O'Hare. "He is gonna be PISSED!" teases Ball.
I wasn't crazy about the way Russell's story ended last season. Hopefully when he comes back the writing won't be quite so over-the-top.