“Love is to Die” ended with Bill knocking on Sookie’s door so he could explain why he’s choosing the true death.
But their conversation is going to be cut short because the Yakuza are coming for Sookie. Through all of the fighting, death, witches, maenads, werewolves, shape shifters, and relationships, there was always Sookie and Bill.
We know now that they were drawn to each other because he was a vampire.
Because of her telepathic abilities, she has gained notoriety in her small town of Bon Temps, and is often looked upon as the local oddity.
Because of this slight ostracism, Sookie displays a progressive attitude toward other social outcasts, like the LGBT community and vampires.
But would the series' creators really let Anna Paquin's true love die from the deadly disease?
We take a look back at the evolution of Bill and Sookie's relationship going back to the very beginning.
Anna is also required to speak in the Southern Louisiana dialect when portraying Sookie.
As a telepath, Sookie must constantly cope with hearing people's thoughts because she is half fairy.
Many people in her life view Sookie as an innocent, vulnerable person who needs to be protected like both Bill and Sam for example, but she believes herself to be perfectly capable of taking care of herself.
Some negatives include her naivete and gullibility; this is partly due to her quiet, sheltered life in a small town and her trusting disposition. Sookie has a natural (and deadly) appreciation and curiosity with vampires, primarily because she cannot hear their thoughts and does not have to make a constant effort to block them out.
is almost over, and there’s really only one question on our minds: Will Sookie and Bill end up together?
While it looked like they had gotten back together when Bill got Hep V, that all went down the drain when he refused to take the cure for Sookie’s own good.
Sookie is loyal to her friends, but when a friend does not return that loyalty she is deeply hurt.