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Sookie learns what she is but doesn't seem impressed when she finally learns the truth. She also learns why first the vampire Queen of Louisana and now the vampire King of Mississippi are ... See full summary »

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Sookie learns what she is but doesn't seem impressed when she finally learns the truth. She also learns why first the vampire Queen of Louisana and now the vampire King of Mississippi are so keen on finding her. Her main preoccupation continues to be the impending attack by Russell, now labeled a vampire terrorist after his attack on live television. She proves to be as stubborn as ever, however. Sam Merlotte tries to set everyone at ease after his outburst at the bar the previous evening but he recalls an event from his past that still haunts him. Hoyt tries to reconcile with Jessica who remains convinced that he is too good for her. Tara is still shaken by her kidnapping and assault while Arlene decides to try and do something about her pregnancy. Written by garykmcd

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Arielle Kebbel (Charlene) and Daniel Gillies (Jon) both play vampires on The Vampire Diaries (2009). See more »

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Eric Northman: Russell Edgington was maybe the oldest and strongest vampire on the planet, before he eviscerated a newsman live on TV. Now he's also the craziest, and his rage is directed at me.
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Trains Gonna Roll
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Performed by Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash
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