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"True Blood" You Smell Like Dinner (2011)

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Director:
Writers:
Alan Ball (creator)
Charlaine Harris ("Sookie Stackhouse" novels by)
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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
3 July 2011 (Season 4, Episode 2)
Plot:
Sookie stays in her house even though Jason sold it while she was away. After learning who has bought it however... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Vicious and addicting feast slightly spoiled by some rotten ingredients See more (1 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Scott Winant 
 
Writing credits
Alan Ball (creator)

Charlaine Harris ("Sookie Stackhouse" novels by)

Brian Buckner (written by)

Produced by
David Auge .... co-producer
Alan Ball .... executive producer
Brian Buckner .... co-executive producer
Robert Del Valle .... line producer
Bruce Dunn .... co-producer
Gregg Fienberg .... executive producer
Mark Hudis .... co-executive producer
Christina Jokanovich .... co-producer
Nancy Oliver .... co-executive producer
Luis Patiño .... associate producer (as Luis M. Patiño)
Marlis Pujol .... co-producer
Raelle Tucker .... co-executive producer
Alexander Woo .... co-executive producer
 
Original Music by
Nathan Barr 
 
Cinematography by
David Klein (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Lynne Willingham 
 
Casting by
Libby Goldstein 
Junie Lowry-Johnson 
 
Production Design by
Suzuki Ingerslev 
 
Art Direction by
Catherine Smith  (as Cat Smith)
 
Set Decoration by
Ron Franco  (as Ron V. Franco)
 
Costume Design by
Audrey Fisher 
 
Makeup Department
Ozzy Alvarez .... special makeup effects artist
Kymber Blake .... additional makeup artist
Iraina Crenshaw .... key hair stylist
Lana Grossman .... key makeup artist (as Lana Horochowski)
David Larson .... additional hair stylist (as David J. Larson)
Brigette A. Myre .... makeup department head (as Brigette Myre Ellis)
Ken Niederbaumer .... key makeup artist
Dennis Parker .... department head hair
Justin Raleigh .... special makeup effects artist
Daniel Hirsch .... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Robert Del Valle .... unit production manager
Gregg Fienberg .... unit production manager (as G. D. Fienberg)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kyle Hollingsworth .... second second assistant director (as Kyle Allen Hollingsworth)
Nicole Rodgers .... additional second assistant director
Tessa Lyn Stephenson .... additional second assistant director
Sunday Stevens .... first assistant director
Mark Trapenberg .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Mark Brooks .... on-set dresser
Grahame Budd .... paint supervisor (as Billy Budd)
Thomas R. Cahill .... property master
Dan Caplan .... storyboard artist
Tim Caprarelli .... assistant props
Terry Corliss .... on-set greens (as Terence Corliss)
David Craig .... swing gang
Mick Cukurs .... lead set designer
David Deignan .... swing gang
Jorge Dorado .... toolman
Le'ce Edwards .... buyer (as Lece Edwards)
Robert Grbavac .... painter
Iram Gutierrez .... location labor foreman
Ryan Handt .... mill foreman
Mike Horn .... on-set dresser: second unit
Dea Jensen .... buyer (as Dea Jensen)
James LaBarge .... leadman (as James La Barge)
Raymond C. Lopez .... plaster foreman
Greg Manke .... assistant props
Randy Martens .... greens supervisor
Melissa McSorley .... assistant props
Dale Riggs .... location foreman
Carmen Roderique .... construction estimator (as Carmen Miller)
Burton Sanders .... swing gang
Craig Schulz .... swing gang
Maggie Smith .... art department coordinator
Toby Swinehart .... paint foreman
Robert L. Thompson .... construction foreman
James Tsvetkofski .... swing gang (as James Tzvetkofski)
Jason Vanover .... greens foreman
Macie Vener .... assistant art director
Robert Webb .... stage foreman
Mike Wells .... construction coordinator
Michael Woods .... first assistant props (as Michael Wilson Woods)
James R. York .... stand-by painter (as Jim York)
 
Sound Department
Jeremy Balko .... adr mixer
Christian Buenaventura .... dialogue editor
Pete Elia .... re-recording mixer
Jason Krane .... dialogue & adr editor
Ryan Maguire .... foley mixer
Stuart Martin .... sound effects editor
Kevin Roache .... re-recording mixer
Roger V. Stevenson .... production sound mixer
Laura Wiest .... sound recordist
Jordan Wilby .... sound effects editor
Judah Getz .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Sal Ojeda .... dubbing re-recording mixer (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Lenny Dalrymple .... special effects gangboss
Michael Gaspar .... special effects supervisor
 
Visual Effects by
Jon Chesson .... compositor
David Dang .... roto artist
Colin Feist .... digital compositor
Sheila Giroux .... visual effects producer
Paul Hill .... digital compositor
Paul Hill .... visual effects artist
Niki Hillier .... visual effects coordinator
Sean Tompkins .... visual effects producer
Jessica Amzoll .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Howard Lin .... recruiter (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Stella Angelova .... stunts
Stacey Carino .... stunts
Mark Chadwick .... stunts
Brycen Counts .... stunts
Steve DeCastro .... stunts
Jason Gray .... stunts
Mike Massa .... stunt coordinator
Rene Mousseux .... stunts
Erik Rondell .... stunts
Craig Frosty Silva .... stunts (as Craig Silva)
Erik Solky .... stunts
Mark Aaron Wagner .... stunts (as Mark Wagner)
Steve DeCastro .... stunt double: Jim Parrack (uncredited)
Crystal Michelle .... stunt double (uncredited)
Heidi Pascoe .... stunt double: Anna Paquin (uncredited)
Mark Aaron Wagner .... stunt double: Stephen Moyer (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Steve Alessi .... company grip
James Barela .... second assistant camera
Noah Behar .... company grip
Tony Bendt .... "b" dolly grip
Larry Brecht Jr. .... lamp operator
Evans Brown .... chief lighting technician
Mike Byrd .... rigging grip
John Carreon .... camera loader
Ryan Copeland .... set lighting technician
Josh Drew .... key rigging grip
John P. Fleenor .... additional photography
Eric Fletcher .... "b" camera operator
James Ginn .... lamp operator
Bert Gomez III .... company grip
Luis S. Gomez .... "a" camera second assistant camera
Raymond Gonzales .... assistant chief lighting technician (as Raymond Gonzalez)
Josh Greer .... "B" Camera 2nd AC
R. Dana Harlow .... best boy grip (as Dana Harlow)
Mark L. Hartman .... rigging best boy (as Mark Lee Hartman)
Darryl Humber .... "a" dolly grip
Travis Huston .... rigging best boy
James Irons .... company grip (as James B. Irons)
Joe Iverson .... rigging electric
Dean Jackson .... rigging grip
Simon Jayes .... "a" camera operator
Simon Jayes .... steadicam operator
John Johnson .... still photographer (as John P. Johnson)
Dave Lujan .... rigging electric
Scott Medcalf .... rigging electric
Jon Mentzer .... lamp operator (as John Mentzer)
Jessica Plaxton .... dimmer board operator (as Jessica Szejn)
Bradley Richard .... "a" camera first assistant camera (as Bradley V. Richard)
David D. Scott .... video assist
Walter 'Bud' Scott .... key grip (as Walter 'Bud' Scott)
Lucas Solomon .... video playback
Steven Strong .... rigging gaffer
Maxwell Thorpe .... company grip
Diana Ulzheimer .... film loader
Jonathan M. Wiener .... lamp operator (as Jonathan Wiener)
Josh Friz .... second assistant camera (uncredited)
Kaiyoti .... grip (uncredited)
Randy Vega .... grip (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Monica Kelly .... casting assistant
Joyce Kurtz .... voice casting
Lisa Soltau .... casting associate
Rob Swanson .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sarah Basta .... set costumer
J.R. Hawbaker .... assistant costume designer
Philip Hayman .... costume supervisor (as Phillip Hayman)
Olga Ishkhanova .... costume cutter/fitter
Philip Maldonado .... set costumer
Erin Mueller .... set costumer
Gina Scarnati .... ager/dyer
Lorie Young Stone .... set costumer (as Lorie Young Shew)
Joanne Trotta .... costume cutter/fitter
Sara Walbridge Castro .... key set costumer
Tiffany White Stanton .... shopper (as Tiffany White)
Carrie Grace .... costumer (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Matt Belanger .... post-production assistant
Jesús Borrego .... dailies operator
 
Location Management
Paula Berg .... assistant location manager
Michael G. Cruz .... key assistant location manager
Amber Henley .... key assistant location manager
Alex Reid .... location manager (as Alexander Reid)
Christopher A. Rojas .... assistant location manager
Kelly Stuart .... key assistant location manager
 
Music Department
Patrick Belton .... uncredited
Gary Calamar .... music supervisor
Craig Pettigrew .... music editor
Alyson Vidoli .... music coordinator
 
Transportation Department
George Andrews .... driver (as George L. Andrews)
Anthony Ardito .... driver
Ronald Arthur Baker .... driver (as Ronald Baker)
Cecil Barba .... driver
Rich Bennetti .... transportation captain
Andre Brandes .... driver (as Andres Brandes)
Jesse Cartwright .... driver
John Falvey .... driver
David Glavin .... driver (as Dave Glavin)
Mark L. Hendrix .... driver (as Mark Hendrix)
Payton J. Kirkpatrick .... driver (as Peyton J. Kirkpatrick)
Mark McDermitt .... driver
Douglas Miller .... transportation coordinator (as Douglas G. Miller)
Charles Newland .... driver
Shaun Ryan .... driver
Mark Scruton .... driver
Vicki Sousa .... driver
Blake Steelgrave .... driver
Paul Tumber .... driver (as Paul E. Tumber)
Toni E. Vanness .... driver (as Toni Vanness)
Jorge Vasquez .... driver
Oscar R. Venegas .... driver
Bobby Williams .... driver (as Robert Williams)
Melanie Williams .... driver
Jeff Woodward .... transportation co-captain
Robert L. Young .... driver (as Robert L. Young Jr.)
 
Other crew
Belinda Alarcon .... second assistant accountant
Gary Arabia .... chef: Global Cuisine
Karla Baeza .... assistant production coordinator
Nathan Bailey .... stand-in (as Nate Bailey)
Toussaint Banks .... production assistant
Jenna Belcher .... production assistant
Paula Berg .... production assistant
Khadija Brockington .... assistant production coordinator (as Khadija A. Brockington)
Danika Brysha .... production assistant
Shea E. Butler .... additional script supervisor
Kelly Capponcelli .... animal trainer
Emily Ruth Carter .... accounting clerk (as Emily Ruth Williams)
David Damwijk .... production assistant
Gabi Endicott .... script supervisor
Adam Bjorn Fienberg .... production assistant (as Adam Björn Fienberg)
Liz Forde .... stand-in
S. Brett Gantt .... controller
Marc Garcia .... medic
Tobin Hale .... medic
Mark Harden .... animal trainer
Mary Hastigan .... payroll accountant
Benjamin Hayes .... writers assistant
Gabriel Hobson .... assistant: Gregg Fienberg
Cheri Kechely .... second payroll accountant
Daniel Kenneth .... script coordinator
Jaxon Kramer .... production assistant
Mark Mallorca .... assistant: Anna Paquin and Mr. Moyer
Lisa Maniker .... product placement
Mikaela Mathern .... production assistant
Lyn Matsuda Norton .... additional script supervisor
Don McNeill .... main title
Stephanie Quick .... production assistant
J.R. Regalado .... chef: Bruce's Gourmet Catering
Deborah Ricketts .... archive researcher
J.R. Robinson .... production assistant (as John Robinson)
Leonardo Sciacci .... stand-in (as Lenny Ciacci)
Cody Smith .... animal trainer
Phil Smith .... animal trainer
Gianna Sobol .... assistant: Alan Ball
Alex Sobotowski .... production assistant
Erik Victor Sorenson .... assistant craft service (as Eric Sorensen)
Joe Suffredini .... animal trainer
Yuki Tachibe .... production assistant
Christopher Tanks .... assistant production coordinator
Lois Theobald .... assistant accountant
Hutton Tignini .... production assistant
Patty Tobin .... stand-in
Josh Van Ermen .... craft service (as Joshua C. Van Ermen)
Ben Waesche .... production coordinator
Eric Weld .... animal wrangler
Jeff Wickline .... production accountant
Kristi A. Wilson .... first assistant accountant
Kelley Carville .... network publicist (uncredited)
Angie Kern .... set medic (uncredited)
Chase Rivera .... tactical advisor (uncredited)
Lois Theobald .... assistant production accountant (uncredited)
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Alan Ball  creator

Casting Department
Anne Massey .... casting: New Orleans (2007)
 
Transportation Department
Beverly Reeves .... driver (2007) (uncredited)
 
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Additional Details

Runtime:
54 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
We see a flashback of Bill Compton in London in 1982. He speaks with an English accent. Stephen Moyer - who plays Bill - is actually English. His real accent is more Received Pronunciation, though he was born in Essex, and the accent he uses in this episode is more cockney Londoner.See more »
Goofs:
Anachronisms: When the flashback to Bill in London in 1982, there's a Deschutes Brewery beer tap shown. Deschutes did not open until 1988.See more »
Quotes:
Bill Compton:[about the witches] If they can control the dead, they can control us.See more »
Soundtrack:
Coming DownSee more »

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5 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Vicious and addicting feast slightly spoiled by some rotten ingredients, 4 July 2011
Author: igoatabase from France

Eric is such a romantic. It's what I thought after watching the premiere. Buying the house of the woman you care about so she becomes yours was the sweetest thing. Still with all its flaws, specially the epileptic editing, I hadn't much hope for this second episode but surprisingly it turned out pretty well and in fact it convinced me to sign for the whole season ! What went right ? First the shapeshifters and witches arcs quickly became exciting and the second was definitely this installment ruby. The ending was mind blowing and augurs the best for the upcoming episodes. Second Eric trying to own Sookie, now he has bought her house, was delightful and delivered the sexual tension and comic relief a great horror story requires. Third I really worried for Jason after the creepy kids tied him up to a bed and following his little big adventure was both enlightening, because season 3 less that I am I had no idea who they were, and of course it was also entertaining because when it comes to it Ryan Kwanten is the man ! And I'm sure the girls love him as a super cop. Fourth Bill has a sexy assistant who knows how to spy and serve her king. Seriously his arc could have been done better but learning more about his past and how he became the new king for Fangland was interesting. Again my complain would be about the zombie editing. His few flashbacks were awkwardly thrown in the mix with hope that things would shape by themselves but they didn't. Masterful productions like Lost have accustomed with creative transitions and twisted stories so these sharp cuts between scenes are unacceptable, specially when they're so numerous. However it was less painful than in She's Not There so let's just forget about it until next heresy. To sum things up You Smell Like Dinner should convince reluctant viewers to ask for their weekly dose of True Blood. Lafayette's gay relationship is puritan, Jessica is a poisonous freckle but her behavior felt like déjà vu and the evil baby conspiracy is just dead boring but beside these few cons this episode had enough wicked twists to enchaint the soul.

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