True Blood: Season 1, Episode 12

You'll Be the Death of Me (23 Nov. 2008)

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With Jason in jail for Amy's murder, he tries to prove his innocence, while Sookie thinks that the killer is someone that they are close with. Meanwhile, Maryann bails Tara out of jail and ... See full summary »

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With Jason in jail for Amy's murder, he tries to prove his innocence, while Sookie thinks that the killer is someone that they are close with. Meanwhile, Maryann bails Tara out of jail and lets her stay at her posh mansion. Tara is wary about trusting Maryann, but enjoys living in her luxurious home. Tara likes it even more when she meets a temporary resident, Benedict Talley, who is nicknamed Eggs. But it is secretly revealed that Maryann and Sam Merlotte have a connection. The identity of the serial killer is finally revealed as Arlene's fiancé Rene, who now sets his sights on Sookie to kill her for her association with Bill. The charming Rene, formerly known as Drew Marshall, is actually a psychopath bigot who kills women who have ever associated themselves with vampires and he ends up chasing Sookie to the local graveyard near Bill's house. After hearing her screams, Bill risks his life by going out into the sunlight to rescue her, while Sam turns into his dog form to help. While ... Written by garykmcd

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(at around 20 mins) When Sookie gets in her car upon leaving Merlott's, she lets out an exaggerated sigh and her breath is visible. So despite the setting of summer in Louisiana, it's clearly a cold day on the Los Angeles set. See more »

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Arlene Fowler: [pacing, anxious] Oh, sweet Jesus! Please forgive me. I had no idea, Sookie. I swear!
Sookie Stackhouse: [still medicated] Of course you didn't.
Arlene Fowler: I brought him around my kids. I slept in the bed with him every night and all that time, it was nothing but lies. I mean his name, his accent. God! You think you know someone. How could I not know?
Sookie Stackhouse: None of us did. Don't blame yourself, honey.
Arlene Fowler: Can't help it. I told you to stay out of my thoughts. Isn't that why you didn't listen in on Rene?
Sookie Stackhouse: It was like he kept that part of ...
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24 November 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I can't believe that I will have to wait until the summer to see another episode.

Tonight was fangtastic as Sookie almost lost her life because of that ignorant Andy Bellefleur, who was so convinced that jason was guilty that he didn't bother to check on the fax. Only a really funny moment when Arlene's kids found some naughty naughty tapes exposed the whole thing.

This weird woman that suddenly appears has some connection to Sam, but I wonder if we will find out what it is. And, what does she want with Tara? This show is just so damned interesting, I don't know how I will make it.


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