PERSONAL INFORMATION: My name is Yêrma and I'm short, brunette, older than I look, bad-tempered but sweet (people really think I'm a darling... Ha! Their mistake not mine). And just to wrap it up, English is not my native tongue. So there... this all you need to know about me. I'm not that interesting anyway.

Alexander Skarsgård
Colin O'Donoghue
Once Upon a Time
Sleepy Hollow
Person of Interest
Game of Thrones
Gilmore Girls
Angel... and anything I find interesting.

Hook and Emma (Captain Swan)
Eric and Sookie
Oliver and Felicity (Olicity)
Snow and Charming (Snowing)
Booth and Brennan
Cordelia and Angel
Rory and Jess
Lorelai and Luke

Hook and Charming
Ichabod and Abbie (I still don't know if a ship them romantically)
Emma and Graham
Oliver and Diggle
Snow and Red
Snow and Regina
Emma and August
Eric and Jason
Eric and Pam
Eric and Godric

OBS: (to my followers) I do not promise to follow you back. Don't think I mean it to be rude, I just do not wish my dash to go crazy on me.



Eric, aka Ike Applebaum




Followers have expressed a variety of feelings concerning the first episode of Season 5, many with valid points that defy dismissal.  As it often is with True Blood, things can be viewed from a variety of perspectives.  Personally I loved it.

There are many who will disagree, but I enjoyed Eric.  Looking at things from his perspective, for over a thousand years he has closed himself off to love, especially human love.  As someone pointed out, the severity of his reaction indicates the depth of his hurt and feelings for Sookie.  Yes, he loves Pam, but he is fresh off the heartbreak of Sookie’s rejection.  He opened himself to her in a way he hasn’t to anyone since he was turned and probably even during his human life.  Could he have handled himself better?  Of course, but while Bill has had a year to adjust to his breakup with Sookie, it has just happened for Eric.  He is unable to extinguish his feelings for Sookie, even with combat-sex with Nora.  (At least Nora is someone with whom he has had a previously relationship and not just a fangbanger from Fantasia.)  I suspect he will be unable to deny his love for Sookie indefinitely.

Eric’s knee-jerk reaction to Sookie’s distress (“Fuck Sookie”) was just that, a thoughtless reaction.  His world is crumbling around him.  He and Bill have just killed a member of the Authority (Nan and her storm troopers), bringing their impending wrath and his probable execution; he is estranged from his child (Pam); and he has been rejected by the love of his existence.  It seems unfair to Sookie because she had saved his life, but he had saved Sookie’s life as well.  Yes, he’s pissed, confused, hurt, and he’s acting out in the only way he knows… self-preservation, which includes hiding his feelings.  We expect vampires to misbehave, but human men often react badly to rejection as well.  Though I don’t support his actions, I understand them.  At least he did finally decide to follow Bill, though they were unfortunately intercepted.  Some have speculated that this behavior is for Bill’s benefit.  That could very well be true.  Only time will tell.

Speaking of combat sex with Nora, I found that to be sexy.  The man is sexy no matter who he’s having sex with, but it was different from his Sookie lovemaking.  With Sookie we could see his love for her.  Clearly, sex with Nora was not lovemaking.  But, hey, the man looks good anyway.

What I believe we’re seeing with Eric is his struggle to integrate the new or hidden Eric with the old, and as if that weren’t enough, he is up to his eyeballs in vampire politics with his very life hanging in the balance.  Add to that a 3,000 year old vampire with a grudge.  That would put even Mary Poppins in a bad mood.

I have to think more about this, and probably watch it a few dozen times, but I cannot not reblog this due to Mary Poppins in a bad mood! :))

Yes, more time, more thinking, and more rewatching is required.  My brain hurts now trying to make sense of it all. :)


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    It’s ALWAYS fun to have True Blood back on my television and very little can sour the show for me.Though I have become...
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    Eric’s scenes in this episode left me with a bitter aftertaste, for reasons that don’t have much to do with Sookie...
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    Wow…I agree with everything you said. Dito.
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  8. luvtheviking reblogged this from trueblooddiaries and added:
    I basically agree with all of this^. I just want to point out that while with Sookie it was passionate lovemaking we...
  9. notjusttheblood reblogged this from imnotfromsweden and added:
    I agree completely with @trueblooddiaries and this is exactly why I have no hateful feelings towards any of the events...
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    This perfect response gets a follow. I agree with absolutely everything. A lot of people are saying the Eric we saw this...
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    I agree with the analysis.
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  14. hsm7 reblogged this from stillhidden and added:
    Yes, more time, more thinking, and more rewatching is required. My brain hurts now trying to make sense of it all. :)
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    I have to think more about this, and probably watch it a few dozen times, but I cannot not reblog this due to Mary...
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