Bahahaha, that was funny! I missed that yesterday.
Same boat in my house! If my husband gets impatient with a storyline or doesn't understand what's happening he looks to me for an answer and I just say "wait and see!"Ive read 3 of the books. My husband started watching "this really great series on HBO" that turned out to be the books I had read. It was unfortunate for both of us because its something in "common" but nothing we could talk about (in case I spoiled it). Ive watched a few. The first season and some of the second while I was on maternity leave.
I will say, however, that they do a great job patterning the episodes after the books. In fact some of the dialog is exact. It seems to move slowly and I found it hard to keep up with who was who and I read the books!! Last nights episode did seem to go slow, but I know what comes next so maybe thats why?
ITA!I have lost interest in true blood. I used to be a big fan but I feel like the story line has lost direction. My DH read the first few books and he thought they were waynbetter than the show. I hated Tara in the show but DH said she was way less annoying in the books.
If they don't do the completely over the top rediculous stuff then I think I will give the books a try at some point. Thanks.No, no rocketlaunchers, in fact there is very little Bill after book 3 or so. I read 10 of the books over half the summer just a few years ago. I can't remember if there were a couple more after I left off or not. Like I said, though, super easy to get into and read.
The show has become a bit ridiculous, but still has entertainment value for me, i.e. Alexander Skarsgard, Joe Manganiello and Ryan Kwanten. I won't elaborate.