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Sookie and Eric Pergunta

Do you agree with me?

In "Beautifully Broken" (season 3, episode 2), for the first time, Eric appears to be outwardly showing (even if just slightly) that he has feelings towards Sookie.
When Eric is talking to Sookie on her porch and tells her that the lobisomens are now coming for her, he follows it up with "...and I...owe you." When Eric hesitates, it seems like he is confused or unsure of his motivation behind helping Sookie--almost like he doesn't understand what he is feeling. This goes back to his incredible line in season 2, "Don't use words [love] that I don't understand." Do you agree with my interpretation of this scene? Thank you.
 Do you agree with me?
 BuffyAngel101 posted over a year ago
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LuzStereo said:
I agree, I think Eric has never been in amor before, so he didn't understand all the feelings he had for Sookie. Now that he lost his memory and got it back, I think he understand these feelings and he's not hidding them anymore.

PS: Sorry for my english
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posted over a year ago 
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I too would like to think that Eric has never been in amor before. But he is 1,000 years old. It would be silly to thiIk that he has never been in love. I think that its been a very long time that he has expieranced anything like this, he forgotten the feeling. I do think that feelings he has for sookie could run deeper than he has felt for others.
patricia101064 posted over a year ago
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What I tried to say is what you wrote bassically. I don't think he has felt something this strong for anyone, he has probably been in amor but not like this. Anyway we'll have to see season 5 to know he really feels.
LuzStereo posted over a year ago
patricia101064 said:
yes
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bernice1966 said:
I really don't think Eric really knew or felt amor until he met the beautiful,outgoing,and dashing what a sight to see Sookie Stackhouse.
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