"Nate was a guy who was running from his own mortality from day one. It’s tragic because he never was able to get past his own shit to sort of be fully alive. Whereas Claire could do that. The fact that she saw him in the rearview mirror — it’s in the past, it’s behind her. He’s still running. He’s in the same running outfit he wore in the pilot.” - Alan Ball
Krause: It was strange for me filming those last episodes, having closed the book on his life. I felt like a ghost.
Ambrose: I remember him saying that to me, that he felt like a ghost. I love that man, the character and the actor. [When asked about the porch scene, when Claire takes one last picture of the family, Ambrose goes silent and takes a long pause.] I’m crying [audibly sobs]. It’s still in me.
"Try on my world. See how good it feels."
"Are there drinks in your world?"
Eric and Sookie meme | kisses
If I meet the true death without at least kissing you, Sookie Stackhouse, that will be my biggest regret.
True Blood → Eric Northman + Ripping Out Body Parts
Endless list of favourite movies » Fight Club
↳ “And then, something happened. I let go. Lost in oblivion. Dark and silent and complete. I found freedom. Losing all hope was freedom. ”