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Season 1 Episode 1 Strange Love

Post  Renee on Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:17 pm

It has been two years since the invention of the synthetic plasma TruBlood that has allowed vampires to make their presence known to mankind. In the small town of Bon Temps, Louisiana, 25-year-old waitress Sookie Stackhouse struggles with being telepathic and not being able to control hearing the thoughts of everyone she sees. That is until 173-year-old vampire Bill Compton walks into Merlotte's bar where Sookie works.

She is immediately drawn to him, and so are Mac and Denise Rattray, a couple of local thugs who later attack Bill with silver and try to drain his blood so that they can sell it on the black market. But Sookie rescues him and drives the Rattrays away, after which she learns that not only is Bill equally interested in her, but that she cannot read his thoughts as his brain is technically dead. Meanwhile, Sookie’s hard-talking best friend Tara Thornton is fired from her job when she mouths off to her boss and a customer and Sam Merlotte hires her as the new bartender.

Meanwhile, Sookie’s brother Jason Stackhouse has a sexual interlude with a young woman named Maudette Pickens, who enjoys rough sex with vampires. She shows Jason a videotape of her with a bald-headed, tattooed vampire and later she videotapes them having rough sex. The next day, Jason is arrested by Sheriff Bud Dearborne and Detective Andy Bellefleur for murder of Maudette, who was killed the night before.

Sookie’s grandmother Adele asks if Sookie thinks she can get the vampire Bill to speak at her Descendants of the Glorious Dead meeting. And at Merlotte’s that night, Bill agrees to meet her in the parking lot after work to discuss the favor. Sookie gets into a heated argument with Sam and Tara, who believe that getting involved with a vampire could be very dangerous and Sookie tells them both to stay out of her life. After work Sookie and Sam make amends with one another and alone in the parking lot, Sookie is suddenly and savagely attacked by the Rattrays, out for revenge.
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Season 1 Episode 2 The First Taste

Post  Renee on Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:19 pm

The Rattrays are brutally beating Sookie as she bleeds on the ground. They are about to kill her when Bill suddenly intervenes. He kills both Rattrays and takes Sookie to the edge of a lake, where he offers her some of his vampire blood, which has special properties that allow her to completely heal instantly.

Sookie asks him about being a guest speaker at her grandmother’s next meeting and he agrees to that and to call in on her at her house the next evening to meet her family. Meanwhile, Jason is shown a videotape of him with Maudette and it turns out that Jason thought he had choked her to death during sex, but that she was only fooling around with him. Sheriff Dearborne and Detective Bellefleur aren’t entirely convinced Jason didn’t kill Maudette, but he is eventually released.

Tara returns home from work to find her alcoholic mother passed out on the couch and she asks her flamboyant cousin Lafayette, who is also the Merlotte’s cook, to take her to a party. He agrees. Jason meets up with an old flame and another Merlotte’s waitress, Dawn and the two spend the night together. The next morning, he discovers vampire bite marks on her neck.

Sookie learns that the police found the Rattrays’ bodies in the wreckage of their trailer and have ruled that they were killed by a freak tornado. Sookie also notices throughout the day that her sense of smell and taste have been enhanced by Bill’s blood. That night Bill meets with Adele, Jason and Tara at Sookie’s house. He takes her for a starlit walk and they share their first kiss.

The next day Dawn heads for work, leaving Jason tied up on her bed. At Merlotte’s, Sookie learns that Reverend Theodore Newlin, founder of the anti-vampire church the Fellowship of the Sun, along with his wife and daughter were killed in an accident. Questioning just how far vampires are willing to go, she races to Bill’s house to ask him about the incident where she is set upon by three strange vampires, including the bald-headed man seen in Maudette’s sex tape.
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Season 1 Episode 3 Mine

Post  Renee on Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:20 pm

In order to save Sookie from Malcolm, Diane and Liam, who are about to feed on her, Bill claims Sookie as his human, declaring “Sookie is mine.” With Sookie safe, for the time being at least, Malcolm offers to let Bill feed on Jerry, a young human the trio carry around with them as a toy. Bill is about to feed, but Sookie looks into Jerry’s mind and sees that he has Hepatitis D, an infection that only infects vampires.

Now robbed at his chance at revenge for the loss of his boyfriend to vampire blood addiction, Jerry attacks Sookie but Bill stops him and knocks him out. Diane wants to know how Sookie knew about Jerry’s intentions, but Bill manages to get the group out the door before they can ask any more questions. The incident leaves Sookie shaken and with doubts about her relationship with Bill.

At Merlotte’s, Sam and Tara close up for the night and share a few drinks. They talk about being lonely and come to an arrangement, whereby they have sex just this one time. Dawn returns home and her little game with Jason quickly turns into more rough sex. However, knowing that Dawn has been with vampires causes Jason to lose his erection and the two have an argument about sex with vampires, which results in Dawn threatening Jason with a gun and throwing him out of her house, all of which is witnessed by Dawn’s neighbor.

Bill pays a visit to Malcolm, Diane and Liam and tells them to leave Sookie alone. They criticize him for his mainstreaming and suggest that the Great Revelation was not a good idea.

Tara returns home and is attacked by her alcoholic mother Lettie Mae, who calls her a whore and scares Tara out of the house. She drops in on Lafayette, just as a state senator is leaving his “appointment” and asks for a place to stay. Sookie has a dream in which Bill takes her virginity and, after a discussion with Adele, decides that she should give Bill another chance. Jason goes to Lafayette’s house to get some Viagra, but ends up with a vial of vampire blood, which Lafayette instructs him only to take one or two drops of at a time. To get it, Jason has to dance on camera for Lafayette’s website and Tara gets a much appreciated view of Jason’s performance. Sam asks Sookie to swing by Dawn’s house as she did not show up for work. Sookie obliges and finds Dawn’s dead body sprawled out on her bed.
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Season 1 Episode 4 Escape From the Dragon House

Post  Renee on Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:22 pm

As Sookie screams for help, Jason shows up with a bouquet of flowers. Dawn’s neighbor answers Sookie’s calls and, upon seeing Dawn’s body, accuses Jason of killing her and he storms off. Later, a large crowd of police and onlookers has gathered, including Arlene Fowler, another Merlotte’s waitress, her boyfriend Rene Lenier and Hoyt Fortenberry, both of whom work on Jason’s roadworks crew.

Sam, who owns the block of houses, shows up to comfort Sookie just before Mike Spencer, the county coroner, and his assistant Neil bring Dawn’s body out. Andy Bellefleur takes Jason in for questioning again and Jason, remembering that he has a vial of illegal vampire blood on him, swallows the whole thing. Halfway through his questioning, the overdose of “V-juice” gives Jason a severe case of priapism. He is rescused from the cops by Tara and, after she takes him home, Jason tries to rid himself of his erection, but nothing will work.

Adele asks Sookie to read the townspeople’s thoughts in order to find any evidence that will clear her brother’s name. Desperate for relief, Jason goes to Merlotte’s to see Lafayette, who cannot help him. After deducing Jason’s use of V-juice, Tara insists on taking him to the hospital. In order to help in Sookie’s investigation, Bill agrees to take her to a vampire bar in Shreveport named Fangtasia. Sam warns Sookie of the dangers of hanging around in such places, but she ignores them and goes anyway. When they arrive at Fangtasia, Bill and Sookie are admitted by an old vampire acquaintance of Bill’s, Pam. Sookie describes the bar as it would be like if it was a ride at Disneyworld.

At the hospital, Jason lies to the doctor about taking any drugs and, not wanting to risk a drug reaction, the doctor uses a large syringe to drain the blood out of Jason’s penis without anesthesia. On the ride home, Jason sleeps and Tara reminisces about their childhood together, when Jason would protect her from her mother’s drunken violence. It seems that Tara is in love with Jason.

At Fangtasia, Bill and Sookie are summoned by Eric Northman, a thousand-year-old Viking vampire and owner of the bar. Sookie shows him pictures of Maudette and Dawn and Eric reveals that he slept with Dawn, but rejected Maudette. Sookie senses that a human is being fed on in the bathroom just before a police raid on Fangtasia, and she, Bill, Pam and Eric manage to escape just in time. On their way back to Bon Temps, Bill is pulled over by a police officer and the situation gets out of hand when Bill glamours the officer. Sookie is afraid Bill is going to kill him, but instead he simply drives off after warning the officer to be careful the next time he pulls someone over on suspicion of being a vampire. The episode ends with Sam letting himself into Dawn’s old house and rolling around in her sheets, sniffing and writhing as though in sexual ecstacy.
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Season 1 Episode 5 The Sparks Fly Out

Post  Renee on Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:24 pm

Bill’s car arrives outside Sookie’s house, and the two have an argument about their encounter with the police officer and Bill confesses that, had she not been there, he would have fed on the officer. Bill promises to never call her again and leaves. Sookie asks her gran about her problem and Adele suggests that she not be afraid or suspicious of him just because he is different.

Tara is furious at Lafayette for selling V-juice to Jason and makes him promise to apologize. When Jason stops by, however, Lafayette convinces him to give vamp blood another try and instructs him on how to take it properly.

At Merlotte’s, Sam seizes his opportunity with Sookie and asks her to go with him to the Descendents of the Glorious Dead meeting and she agrees. Her suspicions about Tara and her brother are also raised when she learns that Tara lied to the police in order to give Jason an alibi for Dawn’s murder.

That night at the D.O.G.D. meeting, a large crowd has gathered at the church to hear Bill’s speech. Among them are three rednecks named Chuck, Wayne and Royce, who are stirring up some trouble.

Adele introduces Bill and he recounts the story about the loss of his friend Tolliver Humphries during the Civil War. The Mayor of Bon Temps presents Bill with a photograph of his long-lost wife and children, which stirs powerful emotions in Bill. After the meeting, Sookie and Sam go out for coffee. Everything is going well until the conversation turns to vampires and Sam insists that Bill is dangerous, no matter how she feels about him.

At Merlotte’s, the trio of rednecks continue to stir up trouble when Royce sends back a burger, saying it has AIDS. This causes Lafayette to fly into a rage and slams the burger in the boy’s face. Jason, Rene and Hoyt are dining not far away and Hoyt fails to pick up a girl named Randi Sue. A very-stoned Jason professes his deep love for Tara, who is smart enough to wait until he is sober for this conversation. Bill is paid a visit at his house by Sheriff Bud Dearborne and Andy, who question him about the murders. Bill insists that no vampire could resist a body full of human blood, and since the victims were not exsanguinated, the murderer could not be a vampire. After they leave, Bill remembers how he was turned into a vampire by a woman named Lorena as he was making his way home to his family. She allows him to see them one last time from a distance, but assures him that his old life is over. Tara catches Jason having sex with Randi Sue in the alley behind Merlotte’s, which infuriates her. Sookie takes a cab home from her dismal date with Sam and finds her gran lying on the kitchen floor, dead and in a pool of her own blood.
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Season 1 Episode 6 Cold Ground

Post  Renee on Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:25 pm

Sam and Bill, both very protective and territorial, promise to watch over Sookie, who refuses to leave the house her grandmother and she shared. As soon as Mike Spencer has Adele’s body removed, Sookie is in the kitchen scrubbing up her Gran’s blood. Andy and Bud discuss the case and although Andy regrets releasing Jason Stackhouse, Bud doubts he could murder his own grandmother.

The next day, Sookie holds a wake for Adele in the house, which is full of nosy townspeople. Sookie loses it when Maxine Fortenberry attempts to make room in the fridge by moving the last pie Adele made before she was killed. Tara and Lafayette take Sookie upstairs and tell her not to worry about entertaining the people downstairs and to just feel whatever she’s feeling. Sookie confesses that she doesn’t think she is feeling anything at all.

Jason, oblivious to his Gran’s death, shows up at work stoned on V and learns the news from Hoyt and Rene. He races over to the wake, storms into Sookie’s room and smacks her square on the face, screaming that it was her fault. Tara pushes Jason out, telling him she doesn’t even know who he is anymore. Tara tries to comfort her, but the damage is already done.

Outside, Andy confronts Jason and practically accuses him of murdering Adele and Jason shoves Andy down as though he weighed nothing. Gran’s funeral the following day is more or less a disaster. Jason invites his and Sookie’s estranged uncle Bartlett, which aggravates Sookie.

Tara’s mother Lettie Mae shows up and makes a speech about a woman she barely knew, Jason continues to struggle with his V-juice addiction and Sookie makes a fool of herself when she cannot block out the townspeople’s thoughts and tells them all to “shut the **** up!” When the funeral is over, Lettie Mae approaches Tara and tells her that she has a demon inside of her that makes her drink and she needs money for an exorcism. Tara thinks this is ridiculous and storms off.

Sam takes Sookie home and she tells him that she wants to be alone, but Sam doesn’t and neither does Tara. Finally alone, Sookie takes the pie out of the fridge and finally lets out her grief as she eats it, sobbing over every bite. Tara takes Sam back to her hotel room and they have sex. Afterward, Tara starts to feel conflicted about her mother’s problem and leaves Sam alone in the room. Sookie races to Bill’s house, Bill hears her footsteps and sweeps her up. In Bill’s house, they strip naked and Bill’s fangs extend. Sookie tells him she wants him to do it, and Bill buries his teeth into her neck and starts to drink.
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Season 1 Episode 7 Burning House of Love

Post  Renee on Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:26 pm

After taking Sookie’s blood and her virginity, Bill and Sookie soak in a warm bath. She feels comfortable enough to reveal a very dark secret. When she was a young girl, she was molested by her uncle Bartlett and she fails to notice the hateful, frightening look on Bill’s face.

A desperate Jason tries to score more V from Lafayette, who throws him out saying he will not sell anymore to someone as irresponsible as Jason. He goes to Sookie’s house and tries to take some of Adele’s old silver to sell, but Sookie stops him.

Tara attempts to smooth things over with Sam, and is interrupted by a call from a bank, where Lettie Mae is making a scene, accusing a loan officer of being a bigot for not giving her a loan for her exorcism. Tara drags Lettie Mae away, but not before she offers to have sex with the loan officer in exchange for the money. After this, Tara agrees to pay for Lettie Mae’s treatment. J

ason winds up at Fangtasia, desperate for V, and foolishly attempts to buy from the vampire bartender, Longshadow. A young woman named Amy Burley overhears and, pretending to be his girlfriend, gets Jason out of danger with a promise of V.

Tara and Lettie Mae go into the woods to a woman named Miss Jeanette, a witch doctor who lives in a rundown bus and, after handing over nearly five hundred bucks, Lettie Mae gets her exorcism. Just as they are leaving, Miss Jeanette tells Tara that she has a demon too, a worse one than her mother and that if she ever wants to lead a happy life, she must have it exorcised. Tara laughs this off and they leave.

At Merlotte’s, Sookie’s mood gives the previous night’s events away and both Sam and Arlene are very judgmental of Sookie’s decision to sleep with Bill and let him feed. Sookie tells everyone in the bar to mind their own business. In the dead of night, Bill hunts down uncle Bartlett, murders him and dumps his body in the river. Merlotte’s is crashed by Malcolm, Diane and Liam who menace the patrons of Merlotte’s but Bill shows up in time to stop them from hurting anyone, but only if he goes with them and stops messing around with humans. Bill agrees, leaving Sookie heartbroken.

Amy and Jason wind up at his place, do V and wind up in bed together. Chuck, Wayne and Royce, furious at the trio of vampires, plot to kill them. Sookie tries to get Sam to intervene, but he refuses to get involved and, at the break of dawn, the three rednecks set fire to the house in which Malcolm, Diane and Liam are residing. Sookie searches Bill’s house, hoping to find him, but she does not. Getting desperate, she races to the vampire trio’s house, but arrives to find rescue workers pulling four burnt coffins out of the charred remains of the house.
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Season 1 Episode 8 The Fourth Man in the Fire

Post  Renee on Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:27 pm

Sookie spends the morning helpless and worried, thinking that Bill was killed in the fire, while Jason wakes up with Amy, thinking they had sex, but it turns out that they were simply having an extraordinary V-trip. The two continue to grow closer when Jason opens up to her about his parent’s tragic deaths years earlier.

Tara is amazed at Lettie Mae’s seemingly instantaneous recovery and she has a huge fight with Sookie about her relationship with Bill. That night, Sookie takes flowers to Bill’s grave and cries. As she is walking back, a creature rises out of the dirt and attacks her. Sookie screams and tries to fight, until she realizes that it is Bill and the two have sex furiously in the dirt.

The next day, Jason introduces Amy to everyone at Merlotte’s and Amy winds up being hired as the new waitress, while Sookie tries to warn her about Jason’s tom-catting ways and Amy suggests Sookie not be so quick to judge him. Tara lashes out at her mother born-again Christianity and, after sleeping with Sam again, snaps at him for being a racist. Sookie and Bill babysit Arlene’s kids and, while pretending to have a flat tire, Rene proposes to Arlene, who accepts. Mike Spencer, the coroner, identifies the fourth body in the fire as Neil, his assistant who was secretly a vampire roadie, called a “fang banger”.

Sam is interrogated by Bud and Andy, who ask him some questions about the fire. Andy has some questions about why he saw Sam running through the woods naked and Sam tells him that he comes from a family of naturists and grew up in a colony and he goes running naked through the woods once a year to honor them. But Andy later checks it out, and finds out that Sam was lying about having grown up in a naturist colony.

After talking with Lafayette about her mother, Tara starts thinking that she may need an exorcism of her own. Jason sees Amy’s darker side when she reveals that she needs more V, but Lafayette won’t sell it to him anymore. They decide to follow him that night and discover that he gets his V-juice from a gay vampire named Eddie, in return for sexual favors.

Bill returns home to find Eric in his bathtub and he says that he needs Sookie to do some work for him. Tara goes to Miss Jeanette to get her exorcism. After Lafayette leaves, Jason and Amy kidnap Eddie and shove him into Jason’s truck. Sookie reluctantly goes to Fangtasia, where Eric needs her to use her telepathy to find which of his employees has embezzled sixty thousand dollars. Sookie agrees, but only if they hand the culprit over to the police. She learns that a woman named Ginger knows the money was taken, but her memory has been wiped of the name, which means a vampire must have stolen the money. At that moment, Longshadow leaps across the bar, fangs bared and attacks Sookie.
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Season 1 Episode 9 Plaisir d'Amour

Post  Renee on Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:29 pm

Longshadow reaches for Sookie’s neck and is about to bite, when Bill stakes him from behind, spraying Sookie with blood. Eric warns Bill that there will be consequences for killing a fellow vampire to save a human.

Jason is clearly distressed about having kidnapped the vampire Eddie, but he and Amy take him back to Jason’s house and chain him up in the basement anyway. The two immediately start using Eddie’s blood to get high.

Meanwhile, Tara is not entirely convinced she needs to have her demon exorcised. Miss Jeanette gives her a test: look at herself in the mirror and if she can count backwards to ten, she’s wrong. Tara later tries it, but is interrupted by her mother. Tara later confesses to Sam that she might need an exorcism and he offers to pay for it.

Sookie and Bill return from Fangtasia to discover that Sookie’s cat has been murdered. At Merlotte’s the next day, Sookie snaps at Andy for not having found the killer that is after her and Sookie finds some comfort in Amy, and the two start to bond. At home, Jason shows a small kindness to Eddie and the two get to talking about Eddie’s past as a human and why he wanted to be a vampire.

Eric, Pam and Chow, Longshadow’s replacement, drop in on Bill and inform him that he must go before a vampire tribunal to be tried for his actions. The four of them drop by Merlotte’s, where Bill asks Sam to watch over Sookie in his absence. Eric delivers a stern warning to the patrons of Merlotte’s about becoming too comfortable around vampires. A warning delivered pointedly to Chuck, Wayne and Royce. After a tearful goodbye, Bill and Sookie part ways. Distraught, Sookie and Tara reconcile their broken friendship. But it seems short-lived when Sookie walks in on Sam and Tara making out, and runs out. A few minutes later, Sam goes after her, but is intercepted by Andy, who confronts him about lying about the naturist colony. Sam disappears into the bar, and a border collie runs out straight past Andy.

Sookie goes to Bill’s house, and the dog shows up there. Sookie decides to keep him with her, and names him Dean. Against Amy’s wishes, Jason takes some TruBlood to Eddie. Sookie insists that Dean sleep on the bed with her, and she falls asleep. She stirs in the middle of the night and finds at the foot of the bed, not a dog but Sam, completely naked.
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Season 1 Episode 10 I Don't Wanna Know

Post  Renee on Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:31 pm

Sookie jumps out of bed and races into the bathroom, screaming that Sam is the murderer. He follows her and confesses to being a shapeshifter, even shifting into the dog and back right in front of her. Later, he and Sookie discuss their situation and, after Sookie asks him how many more supernatural creatures there are in the world, he says that there is more than she could imagine. Sookie storms off, angry about having been lied to.

Tara goes back to Miss Jeanette to get her exorcism, during which she is fed a strange solution which makes her hallucinate a young version of herself, which represents all the negative feelings Tara is trying to exorcise. Tara kills the hallucination and Miss Jeanette comforts her, telling Tara that it is over. Amy discovers Jason’s deception, but decides to forgive him, even going so far as to say they should start treating Eddie more like a member of their family. Tara returns home to share the good news with her mother, but Tara’s celebration is short-lived when she discovers that Miss Jeanette is a fraud who who fed Tara and her mother ipecac and peyote. Tara decides to hide the truth from her mother.

Lafayette is paid a visit by the state senator seen in Mine. He is looking for V, but Lafayette has something more physical for him.

Sam reminisces about the first time he ever shapeshifted as a teenager and ran away from home. When he returned, his adoptive parents had packed up their things and left. That night, there is an engagement party at Merlotte’s for Arlene and Rene and almost the whole town turns out, but Sookie is lonely there without Bill, who has been taken before a vampire tribunal, where a ruthless Magister deals out justice.

Tara has too much to drink, fights with Sam and storms off. On the road, she swerves to avoid a naked woman walking a large pig and ends up being arrested. Andy gets closer to the truth about Sam, Sookie has a vision of a young woman being murdered and the killer suddenly strikes at her, but she manages to escape his clutches. Lafayette learns that Jason did something to Eddie and lashes out at him for being reckless. He and Amy return home arguing about Eddie. Jason wants to free him, but Amy is scared of him and of losing Jason, so she stakes Eddie right in front of Jason.

The Magister hands down a creative punishment for Bill: he must turn a young teenager named Jessica into a vampire. And although Bill pleads with the Magister, the sentence is handed down and the episode ends with Bill feeding on her.
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Season 1 Episode 11 To Love is to Bury

Post  Renee on Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:32 pm

As part of the vampire ritual, Bill buries himself in the ground with Jessica’s body, waiting for her to turn.

After being attacked at Merlotte’s, Sookie once again has Sam stay with her for protection and the two start growing much closer in Bill’s absence. Jason helps Amy clean up the mess Eddie’s death left behind and demands that she get rid of every drop of V-juice in the house.

The next morning, Sookie searches for the young woman she saw in her vision. With Sam’s help, Sookie tracks the woman (named Cindy) down to a pie store. They learn from one of the patrons that Cindy was a fangbanger and that her brother, Drew Marshall, disappeared shortly after her death under suspicious circumstances.

Jason confides in Rene and Hoyt about Amy’s V-juice habit. Sam and Sookie persuade a difficult police officer to give them information on Drew Marshall, and he promises to fax a photo through to the Bon Temps police station.

After seeing his state senator friend on television campaigning against vampire and homosexual rights, Lafayette confronts him about his lies. Amy cooks Jason a nice meal and the two make up.

On the way home, Sookie confides in Sam that she thinks she is in love with Bill, but expresses doubt over his loyalties to his fellow vampires.

Jason and Amy decide to do V together one last time and while they are passed out, the killer sneaks into their bedroom and strangles Amy to death.

Meanwhile, Jessica awakens and crawls out of the ground. Bill tries to impart his wisdom about being vampire, but she turns out to be a disobedient, overly-excited pain in the neck.

Lettie Mae refuses to bail Tara out of prison because she is a danger to her soul. They leave on bad terms. Jason wakes up to find Amy dead and calls the police. Bill, needing to get back to Sookie, leaves Jessica with Eric. Tara is bailed out of prison by a woman named Maryanne Forrester, who takes Tara into her lavish home.

At Sookie’s house, she and Sam wind up sharing a kiss just as Bill walks in and he attacks Sam. Seeing Bill’s vicious side, Sookie rescinds his invitation into her house and slams the door on him. Jason is taken into police custody, saying he doesn’t want anyone else to get hurt. A gossipy and distracted secretary is on the phone, and doesn’t notice the fax of Drew Marshall’s photo before burying it under a pile of paperwork. It is Rene.
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Season 1 Episode 12 You'll be the Death of Me

Post  Renee on Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:34 pm

Sookie explains to Jason that she believes she has found the identity of the killer who has been murdering the women in Bon Temps, but Jason has her dismissed from the jail, refusing to listen to her.

Maryann continues to comfort Tara and talks with her about her problems, gaining her trust. A representative of the Fellowship of the Sun named Orry visits Jason in prison and gives him some literature about the Fellowship, and tries to convince Jason that even if he did kill the women, his motive was pure because they were all supporters of vampires.

Tara meets Benedict "Eggs" Talley, another person who Maryann has taken in under the pretense of helping him rebuild his life. The two of them begin to become interested in each other.

Sookie, working at Merlotte's, becomes overwhelmed with the insulting and hateful thoughts all of the townsfolk are thinking about her brother and asks Sam for permission to leave. She finds she is unable to start her car, and as she gets angrier Rene shows up and offers her a ride home. Sam finds Rene's vest and, smelling it, realizes there may be a connection to Rene and the murders.

At Sookie's house, Sookie discovers that Rene was the killer by reading his mind and tries to shoot him, but Rene has emptied her gun. She runs into the cemetery with Rene following behind. Bill risks his life by emerging into the sun to try to go to Sookie's aid, but he is quickly weakened and seriously injured by the burning. Sam appears and, in the form of a dog, bites Rene to distract him. Sookie attacks Rene with a shovel, ending in his decapitation. Sam and Sookie discover Bill, weak and burning, and quickly bury him. Later, Sookie is comforted by her friends and by Jason who has been released from prison following the discovery of the real murderer. Bill appears at her doorstep, completely healed, and the two share a tender moment.

At Merlotte's, Andy Bellefleur is upset and depressed after his failure to solve the case, and begins drinking. While cleaning outside, Lafayette is attacked by an unknown entity. Afterwards, the Merlotte's staff help Andy to his car, which he believes has been moved, and they discover a dead body on the back seat.
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Season 1 Blu Ray Special Features

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DISC 1


The Blu-Ray version of Season 1 TruBlood contains a Special Features bonus not available on the other version. This feature contains some very interesting information, such as vampire biographies, miscellaneous tidbits, and hints of things to come. It is presented here for your enjoyment.

In order to provide a context and clarification for the information, the pertinent scene is explained in parentheses. In hindsight, many of the hints serve as foreshadowing for future episodes.

EPISODE 1, “Strange Love”

Billy Bob - Wayne Bosen (born 1949/made vampire 1996) was leader of the Friday Night Fish Fry where he and his high school buddies tossed back six-packs of Dixie Draft, fished ‘till they couldn’t see straight, then fried up whatever they caught. One Friday Fry Night in ’96, a man calling himself Buck approached, talking like they all had the same history, but only none of the guys seemed to recall him. They blamed their fuzzy memory on too much Dixie and handed Buck a rod.

(Bill first meets Sookie in Merlotte’s.)
Hint: Sam seems to recognize Bill easily as a vampire when no one else does, except Sookie. Bill seems to recognize something in Sam.

(Sookie saves Bill from the Rattrays.)
Hint: Sookie wields the chain in a way that takes even her by surprise, something she chalks up to luck. But luck cannot explain why the chin keeps tightening around Mack’s neck after she lets go.
Hint: Vampire fangs retract like rattlesnake fangs.
Hint: Vampires don’t stay injured for long.
Hint: Notice how the dog and Bill regard each other.
Hint: Note Bill’s reaction when she [Sookie] mentions werewolves.

(Sookie arrives home after saving Bill from the Rattrays. Grand is at the kitchen table reading a book.)
Note who wrote the book Gran is reading (Charlaine Harris).

(Bill’s second night at Merlotte’s)
Hint: Sookie seems to be able to sense Bill’s presence somehow.
Hint: Bill recognizes Sookie is more special than even she realizes.

EPISODE 2, “The First Taste”

William Thomas Compton – (born 1835/made vampire 1865) was a loyal son, husband, father, soldier, and friend during his human life. His ancestors originally from England, came to the New World in the late seventeenth century and soon settled in Louisiana. After decades wandering the world as a vampire, Bill returned to Bon Temps after the Great Revelation in order to “mainstream” into the community he and his family once called home.

(Bill saves Sookie from the Rattrays.)
Hint: Vampires have supernatural strength and speed.
Hint: Bill wants Sookie to drink quickly because vampire wounds close almost instantaneously.
Hint: Bill tells Sookie she tastes different than other people… and wants to know just what she is.
Hint: See the healing effects of vampire blood.
Hint: Listen carefully to how Sookie describes her gift.

(The day after Sookie has Bill’s blood, she smells an old crumb on the floor.)
Hint: Another effect of vampire blood ingested by humans is that it heightens their senses.

(Bill visits Sookie and Gran in their home.)
Hint: Notice Bill says he must be invited into a mortal’s “home.”
Hint: Vampires don’t ingest anything but blood.

(Bill and Sookie take a walk.)
Hint: Notice the way Bill looks at the dog here… almost as if he knows something that we don’t.
(Sookie asks Bill about how his blood will affect her).
Hint: Note how Bill explains that since Sookie has had his blood, he can find her when she’s in trouble.
(He also tells her that her libido will be enhanced, but he does not tell her that she will be more attracted to him.)
Hint: Note that Sookie is resistant to glamour.
Hint: Bill alludes to shape shifters (when Sookie asks him if he can turn into a bat).

(The next night at Merlotte’s; Rene kicks out a group of young men when one grabs Sookie’s behind). Hint: Rene mentioned his sister (also a waitress…).
(Sam calls Sookie into his office to talk to her.)
Hint: Notice Sam’s painting of a dog watching over a little blonde girl.
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Post  Renee on Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:57 pm

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The Blu-Ray version of Season 1 TruBlood contains a Special Features bonus not available on the other version. This feature contains some very interesting information, such as vampire biographies, miscellaneous tidbits, and hints of things to come. It is presented here for your enjoyment.

In order to provide a context and clarification for the information, the pertinent scene is explained in parentheses. In hindsight, many of the hints serve as foreshadowing for future episodes.

EPISODE 3, “Mine”

(Sookie goes to Bill’s house to give him information on electrical contractors. She finds he has three very scary vampire guests, along with their two human companions).

Liam McKnight – (born 1959, made vampire 1987) spent years playing bass for the punk metal band Anarchy Rains through the Southeast, until a man posing as manager of a record label lured Liam and his band members into a “studio,” drank them whole, and made Liam a perpetual 28-year old. Once he became immortal and developed a taste for human blood, Liam discovered just how anarchy really does reign.

Diane Virginia Hardwicke – (born 1904, made vampire 1938) ended her human life in Niagara Falls, Canada, the night the Honeymoon Bridge collapsed. Diane had been brought there on a “second honeymoon” by her husband Virgil, with whom she had a tumultuous relationship in which Diane was berated for being barren. This trip turned out to be their last together. No deaths were reported, but Diane knows better.

(Bill explains to Sookie the magic that keeps vampires “alive.”)
Hint: Bill doesn’t breath; therefore, he can sleep in the ground when necessary.

(At Malcolm’s home (nest), three coffins are displayed. There is an inscription on the center coffin.) Hint: Coffin translates to “God is dead” – Nietzsche.

(Bill goes to Malcolm’s house and tells the three vamps to stay away from him and Sookie. He advises them to “mainstream” and take advantage of the synthetic blood, which they do not like.)
Hint: Perhaps TruBlood doesn’t satisfy all of the vampires’ needs.

(Sam sits on the steps of the front porch of his trailer, and a collie approaches him.)
Hint: Sam greets a dog as “my brother.”

(Sookie, waiting for dark on the steps of Bill’s house, is apparently having erotic daydreams).
Hint: Humans who drink vampire blood have heightened senses and a more active sex drive.

EPISODE 4, “Escape From Dragon House”

(Bill comes into Merlotte’s and orders O- TruBlood.)
Hint: TruBlood comes in all different types.
Hint: Vampires prefer to drink synthetic blood served at human body temperature.

(Sookie asks Bill to take her to Fangtasia.)
Hint: Vampire bars allow vampires and humans to commingle out of the public eye.

Pam - (no one knows her last name and she refuses to tell anyone) (born 1871, made vampire 1905) was the daughter of a wealthy London businessman and his peerage wife, who groomed her to be a respectable young lady of society, which bored her to no end. She spent most of her twenties breaking engagements and young men’s hearts. When she met Eric in 1905, she was only too happy to take him up on his offer of immortality. She is fond of saying she never got a taste of life until she died.

Hint: Neil (Mike Spencer’s nephew) is in the bar.

Longshadow – (born 1752, made vampire 1790) was a member of the Huron tribe who grew up amidst the terror and strife of the French and Indian War. A skilled and merciless warrior, Longshadow fought for both sides, always available to the highest bidder. He met his Maker at a tavern in upstate New York.

Taryn O’Malley – (born 1825, made vampire 1848) hails from Ireland. Taryn escaped The Great Potato Famine of 1845 by immigrating to America after her parents died. Landing in Baltimore, Taryn turned to prostitution to support her family. She was made vampire while walking the docks in 1848.

Eric Northman – (born 1046, made vampire 1077). As a teenager in the ninth century Scandinavia, Eric joined up with a rogue band of warriors who refused to swear allegiance to any kingdom, because, in his own words, “My destiny is to answer to no man.” Eric quickly became the leader of the group, which was briefly infamous for marauding the coast of what is now Germany and Poland, until they mysteriously vanished after a battle in 1077. Eric will not speak about how he was made vampire, or who made him.

Hint: When Bill says, “She is mine,” he is laying claim to Sookie. This is a code strictly adhered to in the vampire world in which another vampire is forbidden from forming a strong alliance with an already claimed human.

Hint: Bill uses glamour on the cop. “Glamour” is a means by which a vampire can control a human’s mind, similar to hypnosis.
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Post  Renee on Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:58 pm

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The Blu-Ray version of Season 1 TruBlood contains a Special Features bonus not available on the other version. This feature contains some very interesting information, such as vampire biographies, miscellaneous tidbits, and hints of things to come. It is presented here for your enjoyment.

In order to provide a context and clarification for the information, the pertinent scene is explained in parentheses. In hindsight, many of the hints serve as foreshadowing for future episodes.

EPISODE 5, “Sparks Fly Out”

(Hoyt is tempted by a bottle of TruBlood during Bill’s talk to the Descendents of the Glorious Dead.) Unlike V, TruBlood has no supernatural effect on humans.
Hint: Vampires cry tears of blood.

(Sam and Sookie are having coffee and dessert after the meeting.)
Hint: Sookie alludes to the fact that Sam’s brain is different from other people’s brains.

(Sheriff Bud Dearborn and Detective Andy Bellefleur go to Bill’s house to ask him questions regarding the recent murders.)
Hint: Bill recognizes the name Bellefleur.
(Bill asks them if the two bodies had been exanguinated , because a vampire would not have been able to resist a fresh corpse full of blood and would have drained them of every last drop of blood.)
Hint: Is Bill telling the whole truth?

Lorena Krasiki – (born 1759, made vampire 1777) was the illegitimate child of an unmarried lady-in-waiting to Empress Maria Theresa of Austria, who arranged for the bastard child to be raised by the Nuns of the Ursuline Convent in Vienna. Lorena was a well-behaved child and model student, although as a lover of nature she would spend hours roaming the countryside gathering flowers, telling the sisters who admonished her, “God is not just in these walls. God is in the world.” As fate would have it, the evening before she was to take her vows to join the order herself, she stayed out after dark and was turned by a Gypsy vampire named Istvan.

(After Lorena turns Bill and lets him see his family one last time, she commands him to leave with her.) Hint: A vampire must obey his Maker’s every command.

EPISODE 6, “Cold Ground”

(After Sookie arrives home from her date with Sam and finds Gran’s body, Bill and Sam try to comfort her. Sam warns Bill to stay away from Sookie, and Bills responds, “This is neither the time nor the place for you to mark your territory.”)
Hint: What exactly does Bill mean, “mark your territory”?

(Jason is awakened by his ringing phone and throws it across the room, smashing the closet door).
Hint: Many of the effects of V (including enhanced strength) can remain long after the high is gone.

EPISODE 7, “Burning House of Love”

(Bill shows Sookie his resting place.)
Hint: A vampire’s resting place is his most treasured secret.

(At Merlotte’s, Lafayette and Arlene notice there is something different about Sookie.)
Hint: People who have ingested vampire blood are often perceived by others as being more attractive.

(Sookie confesses to Arlene that she has had sex with Bill and may be in love with him. Arlene immediately tells Rene, who responds, “That’s just bar talk,” and “Just be here friend. She needs one now more than ever.” Arlene, however, is very upset, while Rene appears to shrug it off.)
Hint: Arlene and Rene appear to have very different feelings about Sookie’s affiliation with Bill.

(Malcolm, Diane, and Liam come to Merlotte’s in an attempt to draw Bill’s attention to them.)
Malcolm Beaumarchais – (born 1760, made vampire 1793) was the illegitimate child of a Persian whore who left him in a gutter shortly after birth. He was taken in and brought up by a band of traveling beggars and thieves, who sold him to the Marquis de Sade at 15, for whom he served as a valet until he escaped two years later to join a Dutch circus. He was turned during the Reign of Terror by a former aristocrat, who remembered him from an orgy in 1776 at Sade’s castle in Lacoste. Sade’s pet name for Malcolm was “le garcon de l’eau.”

(Malcolm threatens to drain Sookie.)
Hint: Because Sookie drank Bill’s blood, he senses when she is in danger.
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Post  Renee on Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:59 pm

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The Blu-Ray version of Season 1 TruBlood contains a Special Features bonus not available on the other version. This feature contains some very interesting information, such as vampire biographies, miscellaneous tidbits, and hints of things to come. It is presented here for your enjoyment.

In order to provide a context and clarification for the information, the pertinent scene is explained in parentheses. In hindsight, many of the hints serve as foreshadowing for future episodes.

EPISODE 8, “The Fourth Man in the Fire”

(Jason’s new girlfriend, Amy Burly, helps out at Merlotte’s when Sookie is late for her shift. Sookie mentions that she like Amy’s silver necklace. Amy said she made it, that making jewelry was a good way to earn extra money.)
Hint: Wonder what other silver accoutrements Amy has made.

(Behind the bar, Sam pours out a bottle of TruBlood, apparently past its expiration date.)
Hint: Like all blood, TruBlood has a very limited shelf life.

(Tara is very irritable and swears at Hoyt when he innocently pays her a compliment on her shirt. Sam calls her into his office presumably to talk to her about her attitude with the customers. They kiss instead.)
Hint: Notice the figurine of the dog on the mantel.

(Sookie realizes Bill did not die in the fire, and they have “you thought I was dead sex.” During pillow talk afterwards, Sookie asks Bill if having sex after all these years doesn’t get old and predictable. He replies, “Not with you it doesn’t. You’re entirely different. And the beauty of it and the tragedy of it is that you don’t know just how different you are.”)
Hint: Bill again alludes to the otherness that Sookie doesn’t quite know she has.

(Lafayette visits Eddie, a vampire with whom he has a business arrangement: Lafayette trades sex for vampire blood, which he sells illegally.)
Eddie – (born 1951, made vampire 2007) grew up in Tennessee and attended Louisiana State University. Eddie met his future bride, Vivian, in the LSU Marching Band, where Eddie played the French Horn. Shortly after graduation, Eddie and Vivian married. They have two children: Marc, aged eleven, and Polly, aged nine. Vivian left Eddie in 2007 when he admitted his homosexuality, and shortly after that he was turned by a vampire in Shreveport.

EPISODE 9, “Plaisir D’Amour”

(At Fangtasia, Bill kills Longshadow in defense of Sookie. Eric intimates he will forgive the crime if Bill gives him Sookie. Bill refuses, and Eric wonders if Bill is in love with her. Bill says, “Sookie must be protected.” Eric responds, saying, “That sounds like an edict, but it couldn’t be or I would know about that.”)
Hint: Eric is referring to the larger, as yet unseen, vampire hierarchy.

(Sam brings flowers to Tara, hoping they can discuss their relationship. Sam tells her, “You remind me that I am a social animal.”)
Hint: Sam refers to himself as a “social animal.”

(Sookie and Amy are working their shifts at Merlotte’s. Sookie loses her temper with Andy and goes outside to take a break. Amy follows her. They begin a girl-to-girl talk about Jason, among other things, and the two seem to form a bond.)
Hint: Sookie doesn’t know that Amy is feeding Jason’s V habit.

Chow Lin – (born 1860, made vampire 1901) lived a solitary life in small village in Central China, working as a carpenter. The only joy in his life came from watching the widow next door, for whom he pined for over 10 interminable years. When a vampire attacked her at night on a lonely street, he offered his life for hers. The vampire accepted and made Chow a vampire. Chow thought he’d finally won the woman’s affections, but instead, she recoiled, leaving him to an eternity of loneliness.

(Eric, Pam, and Chow go with Bill to Merlotte’s to tell Sookie goodbye before he leaves for the tribunal. Bill asks Sam to protect her in his absence.)
Hint: Bill is alluding to the fact that he knows there is something different about Sam that will enable him to better protect Sookie from danger.

(Bill continues kissing Sookie goodbye even after Eric warns that his time is up and they must leave.)
Hint: It is dangerous for Bill to directly disobey Eric, his superior in the vampire hierarchy.

(Tara confronts Sam about the money he gave her for the exorcism. He asks her if she believes she really has a demon inside her. He comments on the fact that until two years ago no one had even heard of vampires; now, who knows what else is out there.)
Hint: Again, Sam alludes to the fact that there are other “creatures” besides vampires living amongst humans.

(Sookie leaves Merlotte’s when her shift ends, and Andy drops by to talk to Sam. Sam realizes Sookie is alone and headed to Bill’s. He wants to avoid talking to Andy so he can catch up with Sookie.)
Hint: A dog runs out of the same place Sam entered only moments earlier.

(A dog Sookie recognizes from Merlotte’s follows her up the steps to Bill’s front porch. She stops to talk to him, saying he should spend the night there and she will take him back to Merlotte’s in the morning.)
Hint: This dog clearly seems to understand human speech.

EPISODE 10, “I Don’t Wanna Know”

(“Duke” visits Lafayette to buy V, but Lafayette is out of his supply. Duke is nervous about having to make an upcoming speech without the help of V.)
Hint: What speech is Duke making, and why might he be nervous about it?

(Bill is at the Tribunal, waiting for the Magister to hear his case. The vampire Luisa doles out punishments on the Magister’s orders.)

Luisa Ella Prescott – (born 1801, made vampire 1821) born into a poor family in Kentucky, was a tough, independent-minded girl from the beginning. In 1819, she opened a safe-house for slaves who had joined the Underground Railroad. Risking severe punishment and death, she helped free up to three hundred slaves, until one of them turned on her and turned her in 1821.

Magister – (born 1462, made vampire 1525) known currently as The Magister. Jorje was the pride of his relatively poor family when ordained as a monk in 1484. A fervent believer in the necessity of the Spanish Inquisition, he became one of the more feared “inquisitors” in Seville and oversaw countless trials and executions, including some of his own relatives. When made vampire against his will, as retribution for his role in the Counter-Reformation, he turned his misfortune into an opportunity to continue to pursue the same goals he had in life: rooting out subversives and heretics to uphold the common good. Posing as a human for centuries, he served as an advisor to Stalin and s Eichmann’s right-hand man, then shortly after World War II he was tapped to be Vampire Magister of North America, where he relishes his power to implement the laws of his own kind for eternity.

(Arlene and Rene have their engagement party in Merlotte’s parking lot. Sookie enters the bar to retrieve ice for the party and finds herself in the dark, being pursued by an unknown figure. Suddenly she has a vision of a waitress being murdered. Sam enters and interrupts the attack.)
Hint: Remember sometimes Sookie can see only flashes/images from people’s minds and can’t always make out their thoughts.

(Tara, drunk, flees the party after Sam rejects her sexual advances. Speeding down the road, she crashes her car when she comes upon a naked woman and a pig.)
Hint: Pay close attention to the woman on the road.[center]
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The Blu-Ray version of Season 1 TruBlood contains a Special Features bonus not available on the other version. This feature contains some very interesting information, such as vampire biographies, miscellaneous tidbits, and hints of things to come. It is presented here for your enjoyment.

In order to provide a context and clarification for the information, the pertinent scene is explained in parentheses. In hindsight, many of the hints serve as foreshadowing for future episodes.

EPISODE 11, “To Love is to Bury”

(After the party, Sam stays the night with Sookie to protect her from the attacker. They discuss her vision of the waitress being murdered.)
Hint: Have we seen or heard about any waitresses other than those at Merlotte’s?

(Before Merlotte’s opens, Lafayette sits on a bar stool painting his toe nails. On the TV above the bar he sees Senator David Finch, aka Duke, making a speech against vampire rights, claiming vampire blood turns young people into addicts and homosexuals.)
Hint: Note Lafayette painting his toes.

(Bill has made Jessica vampire, and she rises from the ground for the first time. He tries to school her in the ways of a mainstreaming vampire.)
Hint: Any vampire Maker is responsible for the initial welfare of the new vampire he or she makes.

(Jason and Amy vow to give up their V addictions after taking the last drops of Eddie’s blood. While they are sleeping, a figure walks quietly into Jason’s house and strangles Amy with his belt.)
Hint: Notice the killer’s work boots.

(Maryann Forrester bails Tara out of jail and offers her a place to live. As they leave the jail, Tara sees Maryann’s beautiful Jaguar convertible and is concerned she will get it dirty. Maryann tells her not to worry.)
Hint: What is Maryann hinting at when she says, “I get dirty, too”?

(At the police station, Bud and Andy question Jason about Amy’s murder. As they take him to a cell, a picture of Drew Marshall is transmitted over the FAX machine.)
Hint: Doesn’t that look like someone we know?

EPISODE 12, “You’ll be the Death of Me”

(Tara and Maryann have breakfast on the veranda, and Tara admires her new surroundings. Looking around at the evidence of Maryann’s lavish lifestyle, Tara says, “You aren’t just a social worker, are you?” To which Maryann replies, “I’m a lot of things, just like you.”)
Hint: When Maryann says she’s “a lot of things,” what is she alluding to?

(In her backyard, Maryann is sitting, in what appears to be yoga style, in a chair and facing a pig. She is vibrating, and the pig lets out a little squeal.)
Hint: Why is Maryann vibrating?

(Clearly irritated, Sam goes to his office, opens the safe, and stashes wads of cash into a large garbage bag.)
Hint: What is Sam doing with all that money?
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