Now free, Sookie must decide between Eric and Bill. It's not an easy decision and she soon realizes that her turmoils are not yet over when someone comes gunning for her. Having taken over ... See full summary »

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Now free, Sookie must decide between Eric and Bill. It's not an easy decision and she soon realizes that her turmoils are not yet over when someone comes gunning for her. Having taken over Lafayette's body, Marnie is intent on seeking revenge. She also wants additional powers however and knows exactly where to get them. Sookie has to save Bill and Eric from her but gets help from an unexpected source. Jason meanwhile decides it's time to tell Hoyt about sleeping with Jessica. Hoyt doesn't take it too well. Jason and Jessica however come to an understanding about their relationship. Andy Bellefleur tries to make amends about his recent strange behavior and Arlene gets a visit from the last person she wanted to see. Written by garykmcd

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When Holly and Sookie are discussing Halloween, Holly pronounces Samhain incorrectly. She says "sam-a-hain". The correct pronunciation is "sah-win". This is unlikely to be an error a true Wiccan would make. See more »

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Bill Compton: I liked you better when you were brain damaged.
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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And When I Die
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Electric, bizarre...Just simply wonderfully entertaining
11 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The characters are unpredictable as is the plot. Wonderfully original and puts all other 'vampire' shows to shame. Thanks to an electric cast and super writing and directing. Sookie's character is enthralling and her naive manner is made believable by the wonderful actress that plays her. Vampire Bill though sometimes appears wooden holds his own with his cast mates. Eye candy Eric is believable as the sensitive but evil sheriff and thrills in every episode. Egerton was suitably evil and made Vampire Bill and Eric appear to be angels, great character contrasts. Jason, though not playing with a 'full deck', is awesome and believable in every sense. He's the perfect foil for almost the entire ensemble. Sam Merlotte is probably the most normal character in the whole series and he's a shape shifter. LOL, What wonderful characters. Then there's Gran, Alcide, Hoyt, Hoyt's mother Janelle and the others which are all superb in this ensemble cast. The characters that come and go each season are very interesting, they provide a common villain to the ensemble and never fail to please.


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