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Sookie joins Alcide at a raucous engagement party for Debbie Pelt, his former fiancée; Eric is given a deadline to locate Bill; Andy gets a promotion and draws Jasonʼs attention; ... See full summary »

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Sookie joins Alcide at a raucous engagement party for Debbie Pelt, his former fiancée; Eric is given a deadline to locate Bill; Andy gets a promotion and draws Jasonʼs attention; Franklin takes Tara on a road trip; Arlene is irked by Jessicaʼs arrival at Merlotteʼs; Sam brokers a deal with Tommy and his parents, Melinda and Joe Lee; Bill "procures" dinner for Russell and Lorena. Written by HBO Publicity

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William Sanderson's final appearance as a regular cast member. See more »

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Sookie Stackhouse: [leaning into him] Oh my god. You're so warm.
Alcide Herveaux: Sorry.
Sookie Stackhouse: It's okay. I'm just not used to it.
Alcide Herveaux: It's a Were thing. We run hot.
Sookie Stackhouse: I thought you were comin' down with the flu.
Alcide Herveaux: ...You probably want some privacy.
Sookie Stackhouse: That's the last thing I want.
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Paradise Circus
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Written by Robert Del Naja, Grant Marshall (as Grantley Evan Marshall), Hope Sandoval, Dan Brown (as Daniel Jonathan Brown) and Stew Jackson (as Stewart Neville Jackson)
Performed by Massive Attack
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