True Blood has been something of an anamoly for me as it's probably the first show I can remember being into where I'm totally into half of it, and absolutely can't stand the other half. A friend of mine riffed on me for liking it because it seems like a "girl show" and I tried to explain it... I love the weirdness, the violence of it, the spectacle, the fact that it's so heavily serialized and the fact that the seasons are written so well... I love Pam and Jessica and Lafayette's crazy ass. I love that s*** just gets consistently weirder and more epic as time goes on. I love the mythology and the idea of Vampires fighting for civil rights and the concept that their blood is an addictive drugs to humans... But on the flip side, the rest of the show plays out like a daytime soap opera. Sookie and Bill, Sookie and Eric, Sookie and the werewolf guy... couldn't care less. To me, as a guy, that's by far the least interesting part of the show (although I do get that it's pretty much the center of it). It's hard to explain to people who only see stuff on the surface (I think he considered the show more like Twilight because it comes across as a vampire soap) but to me there so much going on that I can look past that crap and enjoy the rest of it. It's just weird because I don't know if I've ever really liked a show where the central characters/storyline are the least interesting to me... From the promos I've seen of season four it looks like it's gonna be awesome--lots of stories involving all the characters.