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I was thinking maybe it could’ve been Nan Flanagan who turned him before she died, dunno
I thought so too, but then I remembered that Steve mentioned that he didn’t know his maker’s name. God knows he knew Nan!
I was thinking about Pam. She did mention doing it before while being buried with Tara….
I think she was talking about the same child she was talking about in one of the season 2 blu-ray extras.
My first thought when Steve said “punishment” was of Bill having to turn Jessica as a consequence of killing Longshadow. Maybe the Authority ordered one of their officers to turn him? Salome? Nora? Or maybe he just finally got on a vamp’s last nerve and that was that. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a character we know, either.
I feel like it’s gotta be Pam, because we know she hadn’t been a maker previously considering the conversation she and Eric had about it being time for her to be a maker. Steve was probably lying about not knowing his maker, because he was trying to get Jason to trust him. Obviously someone taught him to glamour, so he must have lied about his maker abandoning him. Pam telling Sookie and Lafayette that “I’ve done this before” seems pretty significant as evidence toward the likelihood that she turned Steve. But why she turned him.. I have no idea. Maybe she was ordered to? Or he came to her? There’s no tellin.
No, Pam has done this before a year after she was turned. But she didn’t like it, and it’s unclear what happened to the guy. It was on the extras on Blu-Ray disks, season 2. No idea what happened to the guy, though. But Pam definitely had nothing to do with Newlin’s turning. :)
I read at the SVM Forum that HBOGO was showing this episode “with interactive features explaining that Pam indeed has been a maker before - to Colin”.
Do we know Colin? :)) Or was that just the name Pam mentioned? I remember she did mention the name of the guy, but I don’t remember much about it, nor what the name was.
Yeah, it is the same guy she mentioned on the extras on Blu-Ray disks.
Here’s the screenshot: