After spending the night with Bill, Sookie is convinced that she has found the man of her dreams as the person who took her virginity. But Sookie's fellow workers and the customers at the bar don't quite agree as rumors spread of her relationship with a vampire. Sookie's painful childhood revelation about her Uncle Bartlett spurs Bill into action. Meanwhile, Tara's alcoholic mother, Lettie Mae, is convinced that she needs an exorcism and when Tara refuses to pay, she tries to get a loan from the bank. Jason is desperate to get more vampire blood and visits Fangtasia where he meets a young woman, named Amy, who introduces himself to something altogether different. Sam Merlotte is seen by Andy and a few others running across the bayou... naked. The patrons at the bar are not too pleased when a group of Bill's one-time vampire friends, Malcolm, Liam, and Diane, show up. When they mention that they've bought a house locally, three of the redneck good old boys decide to do something about ... Written by
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When Amy tells Jason "Nothing is real - everything is permitted.", she quotes Friedrich Nietzsche
('Thus Spoke Zarathustra'). A different translation of the same quote ("Nothing is true, everything is permitted.") is used as the eponymous creed in the video game franchise 'Assassin's Creed'. See more
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[describing her vampire experience
It felt like- It-it felt like every single care or worry or saddness I ever had was just flowin' out of me into him. And, yeah it hurt at first. But then when I relaxed, didn't hurt at all.
I was always too scared to let 'em bite me. I don't know, Sook, I just think that when there's blood involved, a line been crossed.
Oh, I definitely crossed a line but glad I did.
Well you go ahead on, hooker with your badass. Good for you. It ain't possible to ...
Referenced in House M.D.: The Tyrant
Play With Fire
Written by Nanker Phelge
Performed by Cobra Verde See more