Not So Different: Later into the series, she starts to fear this. She's often worrying she'll be one of the regular blood-thirsty pychos she always encounters. Judging by the last parts of Dead Reckoning, she actually may be right.
Fiction500: The epilogue book After Dead reveals that he owns a company that produces a line of vampire video games that made him even more wealthy on top of his other investments, regularly landing him in vampire and human magazines. He also owns Louisiana as its King, but refuses to move to New Orleans.
Jerk Ass: On seperate occassions he slaps her in full view of other mourners at their grandmothers Funeral, and at a later date basically calls her a liar for having claimed their uncle molested her. He also forced her to break Calvin's hand as part of a werepanter punishment for adultery (Calvin's niece, to whom Jason is married, cheated on him), simply because he didn't feel like doing it himself. The only reason Sookie doesn't cut this particular albatross around her neck out is because she's too damn nice.
Romantic False Lead: His relationship with Sookie goes ends when she realizes he will always put his family before her, and he's eventually phased out of the running, now dating (and having a child with) another weretiger.
A tight-lipped Were who acts as Eric's day-time guy.Associated tropes:
Ambiguously Gay: The specifics of his sexuality and relationship with Warren leave many characters confused, and the fact that Mustapha doesn't talk about himself much doesn't help. We do get one hint, though Sookie still isn't convinced.
India: Brother, you are almost enough to make me wish I was straight!
Claudine proclaims herself to be Sookie's Fairy Godmother. She is the first full-blooded fairies we met in the series, and prove that there are more supes than vampires, shapeshifters and weres.Associated tropes:
Parental Favoritism: He puts Sookie above all others, even his grandchildren, Claudine and Claude. For Sookie and Sam's wedding, he gives them an invitation to the fairies' Summerlands for when they finally pass. They keep the invitation locked in a safe deposit box and occasionally consider it, but not that seriously.
Out of Focus: Her dislike of vampires hampered her involvement with Sookie as the latter became more and more involved with the supernatural. Tara becomes aware of this and feels awful.
Barry "Bellboy" Horrowitz
First introduced as a bellboy in a hotel in Dallas, he later starts working with the King of Texas. Like Sookie, he is also a telepath; and like Sookie, he got his telepathy from Mr. Cataliades.Associated tropes: