1. There was so much talk when Quil imprinted on Claire about how strange that was. How do you think the scene with him helped better explain their relationship?
It let us actually see Quill with Claire... it let us see that there is nothing sinister giong on there, and there's nothing except what Jake said, a loving relationship, like brother and sister for the time being. But, I didn't think it was such a scandal in the first place, it really didn't phase me.
2. Did you agree with Quil that maybe Jacob should at least try to date someone? Did you agree with Jacob’s reasons for why he wouldn’t date?
I partly agree, and I partly disagree. While Jacob is really in love with Bella, I think it might have been good for him to try to get out there... to try and find someone else, because he needed to face the truth: Bella was gone, she was with Edward, and he needed to get that through his skull. But then again, I don't think that as long as he was holding on to Bella as tightly as he was that he ever could have been very happy with anybody else. And it wouldn't have been right for him to be with another girl, but thinking about Bella.
3. Do you think Jacob was right in saying that The Cullens broke the treaty by changing Bella even if it was what she wanted? Or did you totally side with Sam?
I sided with Sam, but understood Jake. Of course he was angry and sad, so he was going to say anything that he could to make it so he got his way. But I think Sam's right... it's up to Bella, and they really shouldn't interfere, unless she was out of control or something.
4. How did you think Jacob would react when he found out what was the real cause behind Bella’s sickness?
Oh, I thought he'd go all wolfy again and run away and we'd have another moment of Jake thinking he'd never return, and then returning anyway because he just can't stay away. Or, you know, do something brash and get into a fight he couldn't possibly win (against all the Cullens, he'd have no chance).
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