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Celebrating the SVM Tournament: The Final Round

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After 6 weeks of voting, we are down to our Final Round in our quest to crown our favorite Eric and Sookie moment in our Celebrating the SVM Tournament. We started out with 128 quotes from the first 12 books of the series, and now we are down to 2 quotes that have had similar journeys to make it to this moment

  • Both have knocked off some heavy competition to make it to this round.
  • Both quotes include the word “love”. Proving that love can conquer all.
  • Both quotes are from the same book!

That’s right! The 2 quotes facing off in this final round are both from the same book: Dead in the Family. Thus proving that the 10th book of the series has struck a chord in us all.

Are you ready to help us decide which quote will win our Tournament? Lets get our vote on.

This poll will remain open through Saturday. May the best quote win.

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Really, there is never enough Eric... I'm loyal to the Viking, no matter what. I will love him whether in Book, Show, and just because... my first thoughts are of him and I close my eyes to dream of him. As far as I'm concerned, the night can not get here soon enough.

9 comments on “Celebrating the SVM Tournament: The Final Round

  1. And this is the hardest decision of all because they both are perfect Eric Northman quotes. Truly struggled with making a decision…both deserve to win..

  2. Eric & Sookie belong together. They are True Soulmates in every sense of the word.
    it doesn’t matter one bit that he’s a Vampire and she’s a Human/Fairy.
    Their hearts beat as one.

  3. It is so hard to choose. You should just declare it a tie. They both great quotes and deserve to win.

  4. [...] quote of all-time (except for DEA of course)? To help us crown this winner…cast your votes in The Finals! We think these will surprise you, like they did us…and they both contain the word [...]

  5. As hard as it was to choose, I had to go with the first one. The “Neave and Lochlan” quote referenced the past and in a painful way, but the “wife” one spoke of the present, and in a good way.

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