Loving Ian S as Damon the vampire. At long last, after a surfeit of touchy-feeley tortured soul vampires, intent on protecting the human race, here's one that revels in just plain being a nasty piece of work.
Thank you Ian!
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haha I am 100% with you there. But I have to point out two flaws in celebrating just yet:1) Spike on Buffy. Started out simply evil, but then became the less than evil "neutered" vamp, and eventually soul-ed.2) If the show lasts more than a season or two, lack of character development with Damon will bring the show down, make it seem cheap and badly written, and/or make Damon a completely unlikable character, as most people need characters to have one or two redeeming qualities in order to enjoy them.
True, but it IS refreshing for the time being. And I have to say, I liked Spike, arguably better as a goodie character.Yes, Damon is a little one-dimensional at the moment - but let's not be too concerned - it's only episode 2.I'm finding the music backing a bit excessive though. Detracting from the storyline.