Wonderwall: What can fans look forward to from the season finale?
Kevin Alejandro: Well, actually last weekend's episode read as a season finale. It could have very easily been the season finale. It was so good. We all thought when we saw it, and then all of a sudden they gave us the script for the actual season finale and it blew us out of the water. So, you can expect to be completely surprised in all different angles of the show. It's more captivating and will leave you on the edge of your seats. And I guarantee you, eyebrows will be raised.
WW: Will we be left with a lot of questions or will things tie up nicely?
KA: A little bit of both. Definitely some things will get resolved and a lot of stuff is going to be left hanging in the air, where you're just going to be like, "What the hell?" Now I gotta wait all these months again; I gotta wait till next year to watch it. But that's what makes "True Blood" great, I think.
WW: Are you going to hit the Emmys this year? And if you are, who are you most excited about meeting?
KA: I always get kind of starstruck by everybody because I still feel kind of new, even though I'm not that new to the business. I'm kind of that guy in the corner who is just like, "Wow." I'm from West Texas and I'm right here and I'm looking at all these stars. Pretty much, anyone who's going to be there, I'm going to be like, "Oh my God."
WW: You were a fan of the show before you joined the cast, what was the most surprising about actually working on "True Blood"?
KA: I think I think the most surprising thing about it, for me, is just kind of how well I fit in with everybody. I was kind of intimidated going into it because I was surrounded by really talented actors and really good art directors and there was no ego from anyone. Sometimes you walk into a situation where there's a bunch of really talented people … and it's not easy to step into, but these guys made it very easy for me.
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