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Bill Compton (Character)
from "True Blood" (2008)
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- "True Blood"
- Thank You (2014) TV episode, Played by Stephen Moyer
- Love Is to Die (2014) TV episode, Played by Stephen Moyer
- Almost Home (2014) TV episode, Played by Stephen Moyer
- May Be the Last Time (2014) TV episode, Played by Stephen Moyer
- Karma (2014) TV episode, Played by Stephen Moyer
- "Ketchup with the Hot Dogs"
- True Blood (2013) TV episode, Played by Grant Baciocco
- "Matt and Kory Show"
- Good Idea/Bad Idea: True Blood Musical (2012) TV episode, Played by Matthew Gilmore
- True Blood: The Parody Movie (2011) Played by Matthew Shaffer
- "True Blood: Webisodes"
... aka "A Drop of True Blood" - USA (original title)
- Bill (2010) TV episode, Played by Stephen Moyer
Bill Compton: [in bed with Sookie after finding the cat dead] Aren't you tired?
Sookie Stackhouse: Everytime I close my eyes, I see her face.
Bill Compton: Your cat?
Sookie Stackhouse: Gran. But now that you mention it, Tina's in there too.
Bill Compton: You do know that I'm not gonna let anything happen to you. That I am here for you, to protect you.
Sookie Stackhouse: What if I don't wanna need to be protected? What if wanting to be protected makes me feel like the helpless little girl I used to be all over again?
Bill Compton: Sookie... all of the things that you need to be protected from, all of the trouble you're in, you are in because of me. So, you needing to be protected has nothing to do with you or who you are. All of it is my fault. So why don't you just go to sleep and let me be the one to worry about it.
Sookie Stackhouse: Bill, all the trouble I'm in, it's mine. I chose it. I chose it when I chose you.
Bill Compton: Yes, but...
Sookie Stackhouse: Don't you think I wanna blame somebody else? But what happened to my Gran, and now to poor Tina, it's my fault. And it's sweet of you to try to take it on from me, but if I let you, I'd be so mad at you, I'd never be able to look at you again. And right now your face is just about the only thing getting me by. So why don't we just leave it on me, okay?
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