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Eric Northman (Character)
from "True Blood" (2008)
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- "True Blood"
- Jesus Gonna Be Here (2014) TV episode, Played by Alexander Skarsgård
- Radioactive (2013) TV episode, Played by Alexander Skarsgård
- Life Matters (2013) TV episode, Played by Alexander Skarsgård
- Dead Meat (2013) TV episode, Played by Alexander Skarsgård
- In the Evening (2013) TV episode, Played by Alexander Skarsgård
- "A Drop of True Blood"
... aka "True Blood: Webisodes" - USA (series title)
- Eric & Pam (2010) TV episode, Played by Alexander Skarsgård
Eric Northman: [observing the compound, disdainfully] You've got to be joking me. 'This' is the Fellowship of the Sun? That's their army? Scared little boys with bibles and crossbows?
Isabel: Don't underestimate them. Support for their movement is growing. Their leadership camps are over flowing with self righteous extremists, all willing and ready to die for their cause.
Eric Northman: That can be arranged quite easily.
Isabel: Not until we know for sure the Fellowship has Godric.
Eric Northman: What about your boy Hugo? And Sookie? They've been in there too long.
Isabel: There's no sign of alarm and if Hugo were in serious danger, I would know it. I felt something earlier but it passed. He's OK now.
Eric Northman: Tell me, what is it you find so fulfilling about human campanionship?
Isabel: They feel much more strongly than we do. Everything is urgent, exciting. Maybe because their lives are so temporary.
Eric Northman: Yes, they certainly don't keep well. Do you find the prospect of him growing old, sickly and crippled somewhat repulsive?
Isabel: No, I find it curious. Like a science experiment. How does Bill Compton feel about your interest in Sookie?
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