Jessica and Hoyt have gone from the cutest couple on True Blood to a domestic violence court date waiting to happen. What’s the deal?
Jim Parrack sat down with NY Mag to chat about Hoyt and Baby V’s relationship problems.
“The general rule is to not jump into moving in with whoever you’re nutty for,” Jim says. “But, you know, I was in a bad relationship, and the day I got out of it, I moved in with Ciera, and she ended up becoming my wife. Then again, I wasn’t facing issues like, 'My mother is trying to kill my girlfriend.'"
Or, issues like, “my girlfriend is trying to kill me.”
Now that Jess has rejected Hoyt, will he turn to the dark side? Jim seems to think so.
“Well, Hoyt’s father is dead and gone. His mother is dead to him. So he only has two people left: the love of his life and his best friend. And if they’re gone, what is there? That’s the kind of thing people kill people over, or destroy their own lives over. And Hoyt is somewhere between those two poles. He has nothing now. People took him for granted and misused his love. So I think we’re just barely scratching the surface of how dark he can go.”
Them’s sound like fighting words! Are Jason and Hoyt going to face-off?
“It’s crazy, right? But there’s something about people who are so loving that when they snap, it’s no joke. There are definitely some volatile moments coming up. It’s not going to be pretty.”
We’re putting our money on Jason. He already has a few murders under his belt.