Having decided to accept Bill's marriage proposal, Sookie finds the restaurant deserted and sets off to find him. She tries to enlist Eric's help but he has his own problems when the Queen and the Magister show up at the club, concerned about the increasing sale of vampire blood to humans. Bill's captors are unknown to him and he manages to escape only to face another enemy. Tara meanwhile is having trouble coming to grips with the death of Eggs and decides to do something about her life. Jason is having to deal with what he's done and wants to confess all. Hoyt Fortenberry has moved in with him and he is pining for Jessica who is having to decide what to do with the body of the trucker she fed on. Sam Merlotte travels to Arkansas and is coming closer to learning about his biological family. Written by
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The Mickens' address, as seen on the piece of mail addressed to Mrs. Melinda Mickens (J. Smith-Cameron
) that Sam Merlotte (Sam Trammell
) takes out of their mailbox toward the end of this episode: "10646 River Street Magnolia, AR 71754" See more
The stripper character, Yvetta, played by Natasha Alam, who is Uzbek/Russian, is introduced by Eric as being from Estonia. While it is possible that a Russian could be from Estonia, it is unlikely that she would identify as Estonian. Estonia is not in Russia but was in the former Soviet Union so many Russians continue to live there; however, they speak a totally different language and are very different in most ways. Unlike the actress' native Uzbekistan which continues to be dominated by Russian culture and language, Estonia is very much a place where people identify as Estonian and speak that language. See more
There's something I couldn't tell you infront of the Magister. Bill Compton has gone missing. Kidnapped perhaps.
Queen Sophie Anne
I don't care. Move the blood.
He's the only vampire that knows about our arrangement. My side of it at least.
Queen Sophie Anne
Then I don't understand why we're even talking about him. Let him rot.
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