OFFICER ANDY BELLEFLEURFOR HIM Dude has some serious rage issues, especially if you forget to call him Bellefleur.
He very conveniently showed up at Sookie's house just moments after she discovered Gran's body.
Manganiello told why Alcide and Sookie are a good match, what it takes to meet fans’ soaring expectations and his thoughts on the complicated etiquette of “werewolf dating.” “I watched the pilot episode and it made me really upset after I watched it.
That was probably because everyone looked like they were having so much fun and I was really jealous. And I got bummed out.” Think you know “A few months after the pilot came out, a friend sent me a Web link to a blog where fans of the books – I didn’t realize the series was based on a set of books – were speculating on, ‘When the characters in the books appear on the show, who should play them?
TERRY BELLEFLEURFOR HIM The PTSD-afflicted vet and Merlotte's cook hasn't been the same since he returned from Iraq, often complaining of "seeing things."AGAINST HIM He is mostly portrayed as a simpleton: He shyly complimented Arlene on her "really nice clavicles" and made a necklace out of a two-pronged possum penis, for example.
AMYFOR HER She did orchestrate that sneak attack and abduction of poor Eddie the shy, suburban vampire, scary silver net and all.