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Don't You Feel Me 

Bill decides to seek out Lillith for advice on handling the escalating human-vampire crisis. Eric, Pam, Nora, Jason and Jessica get up-close-and-personal looks at the perverse perils of ... See full summary »

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Sam Merlotte
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Tara Thornton
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Andy Bellefleur
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Holly Cleary
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Nora Gainesborough
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Macklyn Warlow (as Rob Kazinsky)
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Bill decides to seek out Lillith for advice on handling the escalating human-vampire crisis. Eric, Pam, Nora, Jason and Jessica get up-close-and-personal looks at the perverse perils of Vamp Camp. Sam comes to a decision he hopes will be in Emma's best interest. Andy gives his faerie daughter a name, or two or three or four. Arlene has a solution to Terry's malaise, and Eric makes a startling discovery. Written by Once

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Andy says one of his daughters seemed like a "Charlaine", which is a nod to the author of the books based on the series, Charlaine Harris. See more »

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Lafayette Reynolds: Let me get this hetero straight. You're a vampire who can come out in the daylight?
Macklyn Warlow: Yeah, in a nutshell.
Lafayette Reynolds: Ah, now there go the damn neighborhood.
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Born To Be Loved
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Written and performed by Lucinda Williams
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