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Posted by · admin on Oct 6, 2011

One of the most unlikely relationships to emerge from “True Blood”‘s witch-rich fourth season was that deliciously uneasy alliance between avowed, Sookie-loving rivals Bill and Eric (expertly played by Stephen Moyer and Alexander Skarsgård). And if last season’s Russell Edgington cliffhanger is any indication, the pair will once again have to join forces to bring down a shared foe. Man, waiting does suck!

Thankfully, when we sat down with Alexander recently to chat about his upcoming movie “Melancholia,” he was happy to devote a few moments to theorizing about what’s in store for our favorite Bon Temps residents. And, more specifically, whether we can expect more bromantical moments between Bill and Eric.

“Yes, I think so,” Alex said with a chuckle. “That’s been fun. Stephen is awesome. I love working with him. It’s an interesting dynamic between those two guys, those two characters. I could see that. I don’t know. I haven’t read—they’re breaking season five now, so I don’t know what’s going to happen, but I’m sure there’s going to be some nice Bill and Eric moments.”

We’ll take it, Alex! And begin dreaming up plotlines in which Eric and Bill storm into the MTV Newsroom to save us from a pack of marauding were-rats who’ve been hiding in the New York subway system. Because, you know, “True Blood” could do with a field trip to Manhattan. Right?

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1 Comment to "Alexander Teases ‘Some Nice Bill, Eric Moments’ During ‘True Blood”s Fifth Season"

Lisa Marie

link 15th October 2011 at 11:09 am

Marauding Were-rats? OMG! that is just too funny! As long as this dynamic duo doesn’t pull a “Bubba” (remember Bubba’s weakness for kitties?) I think a tangent storyline to the Big Apple would suit me just fine! :) Maybe Billy the Exterminator and his bro could make a cameo appearance!

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