This came on all of the head in the fourth season of controversy, which tried to cram an incredible amount of madness in nine episodes only. Bill Paxton, who defends the ambition for the season (although ambitious, as is always the case, not equality), and it seems to think that the negative reactions in terms of cost opportunity to show the long term:
I grant you that have tried in the last season for a very large foot in the shoe is too big, but it was the aim of those episodes chock full of great stuff. I was surprised that we were taken to task for it. He said he does not help us to maintain continuous supply. If [people] you just watch it again, and they realize that we put too many ingredients in the soup, but the show was always very ambitious and very well written and so full of stuff. I grew personally resent that all the hype and I think he was eventually killed in the exhibition. Again, I do not know the ins and outs of the political, but I know it does not help us to engage in a Season 5.
Of course, could be the offer was unlucky not there simply to polygamy craze in pop culture for comparison with the Obsession vampires that have helped to raise the blood to destroy the true epicenter of the quake. In any case, in preparation for the final night, Jace Lacob brings together 10 memorable moments of great love, run, mostly from the third season.