Ask Ausiello spoilery tidbit

That Michael Ausiello! He’s been holding out on us!  In this week’s Ask Ausiello, he had a tiny little spoilery crumb for season 6 that he held back before. He is an evil, EVIL man, but his wisdom in holding out gives us something to mull in this dry waiting season.  Details below the Read More.

Question: I know it’s early, but any scoop on True Blood‘s Big Bad Bill in Season 6? —Tara Ausiello: Not so much scoop as an interesting quote from Stephen Moyer, leftover from my finale post mortem, about his investment in what viewers think of Bill. When I asked how he felt about Bill possibly inflicting physical harm on Sookie next season — perhaps even worse than the smackdown he gave Jessica in the penultimate S5 episode — Moyer said, “If that’s dramatically compelling and fun and great to watch, then so be it. That’s awesome.” He went on to say (and this is the part that got excised from the story), “One has to stop worrying about how one’s character is perceived. I think we all probably had a point in the series where you did worry about the public persona of our character. But I stopped worrying about that in Season 2. That’s not to say I don’t care. What I mean is you’re going to stop playing something authentically if you’re worried about how it’s going to be perceived.”

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2 responses to “Ask Ausiello spoilery tidbit

  1. Hmmm…does that mean he’s going to be a balls-to-the-wall bad guy?? Hmmm…

  2. I would love it SO much if the writers and SM really went there. I felt this season that when the writers had Bill give Sookie that faux glamouring speech about how she should go and live her human life and forget about vampires (which you have to know, Sookie is not going to do so long as the show is on the air), it was their way of having the characters have a moment to say goodbye in some significant way. It was preparation for Bill to go evil — and, IMO, probably push that to the limit. My expectation is that Bill will never fully recover from this — at least not as far as a B/S rekindled relationship. And I would love, love, love to see how dark Bill can really go once he lets go all of the self-loathing that has held him in check for so long. If what he did to Salome is a taste of how Dark!Bill thinks, I’m in. 🙂

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