Sookie is thrilled to learn that Bill wasn't in the fire that killed four people, which included his three vamp friends. Her enthusiasm doesn't sit well with either the customers or her co-workers at Merlotte's Bar. Meanwhile, Jason and his new girlfriend, Amy Burley, are desperate to get more vampire blood for the rush of it. They decide to follow Lafayette to his source, but Amy's actions reveal that she has clearly done this before. Following her exorcism, Lettie Mae is a new person - sober and hard working, she has also become an active member of her church. Tara is pleased with the transformation, but is not happy with her own lot in life and considers an exorcism of her own for her angry and belligerent behavior after lashing out at Sookie and Sam for no reason. Elsewhere, Arlene Fowler asks Sookie to baby sit for her children while she and her fiancée Rene, go out. But Arlene is taken aback when she realizes that Bill will also be spending the evening. Later, Sookie is not ... Written by
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Amy and Jason kidnap Lafayette's source for V, vampire Eddie. She puts a chainmail hood over Eddie's head as soon as he opens the door, they tie him up in silver chains and carry him to the back of Jason's truck. While Amy drives them home, Jason lets her know that he is not happy about what she has gotten him into and Amy says to him "If you want to make the same arrangement with Eddie that Lafayette has go right ahead" (something to this effect). However, nothing happened that would let her know what the vampire's name was. Eddie is still in the back of the truck fettered by the silver hood and chains. See more
[after Bill has found him in his bathtub, with soft music playing
I texted you three times. Why didn't you reply?
I hate using the number keys to type. What are you listening to?
From my younger days. It's really quite beautiful if you know old Swedish. I have a favor to ask of you.
A favor or an order?
Depends on how you look at it. Honestly, did you think you could keep her to yourself?
Give It Up
Written by Lee Dorsey
Performed by Lee Dorsey See more