True Blood (2008–2014): Season 6, Episode 10 - Radioactive - full transcript

Jason feels a vampire attraction firsthand; and Bill finds that salvation isn't free. Meanwhile, Sookie considers her future with Warlow as a new crisis poses a threat to humans and vampires alike.

You're still here.
Thought maybe you could use a ride to the Bellefleurs'.
I'm thinking I might need to take a little walk first.
Well, I could wait here for you.
Or you could join?
Or I could do that.
That was a beautiful ceremony.
I just wish Jason could've been there.
Yeah, I know you do.
I know you're worried about him.
Some guys, you meet 'em
and you just know they're always gonna be okay.
Jason's one of those guys.
You know that, right?
To be honest, Alcide,
I'm not sure I know anything anymore.
I'm starting to feel like there's no rhyme or reason
left in this world.
Well, that's what death does--
rips the ground right out from under your feet,
makes you wonder if it was ever there to begin with.
But it was. It'll come back.
You lay cement.
Well, don't take this the wrong way,
but you surprise me is all.
And being what I am,
not too many people can sneak up on me like that.
That comment you made at the funeral--
about was I a telepath or something?
Sometimes I wish I was
so I could get in your head,
tell what you were thinking.
Believe me, my head's the last place you'd wanna be.
That ain't true.
What is it?
It's vamps.
What the fuck?
Oh, my God.
How's this even possible?
Bill was right about everything.
Hey, have at it, y'all.
Bring the inside outside.
The house is yours!
At least Jason's okay.
- I have to go. - Whoa, I'm coming with you.
- You don't have to. - There's a pack of daywalking vamps.
It's not what you think. I'm safe.
- Sookie. - Alcide.
I'm a survivor, too.
* When you came in the air went out *
* And every shadow filled up with doubt *
* I don't know who you think you are *
* But before the night is through *
* I want to do bad things with you *
* I'm the kind to sit up in his room *
* Heart sick and eyes filled up with blue *
* I don't know what you've done to me *
* But I know this much is true *
* I want to do bad things with you *
* Ow, ooh *
* I want to do real bad things with you. *
Burn 'em!
Burn the fucking prison clothes!
- We need croquet! - And volleyball!
- Yeah! - Who's making a Target run?
Hell, ye! I'll go!
- Yeah. Mmm. - Come on!
All right...
remember how you said the day was gonna come
when I was gonna want to have sex with you?
What if that day has already come?
Not yet, Jason.
Little by little, we'll get there.
I know, but--
I'm offering you my blood.
- Yeah, but-- - Take it.
- Jason! - Yeah?
Hey, Sook!
- Who the fuck is she? - Whoa, whoa, it's my sister.
You never mentioned anything about having a sister.
- What's going on here? - Violet, I swear it to you.
She's-- Sook, tell her you're my sister.
- Tell her. - Are you?
Yes, I'm his sister. What the fuck?
Then you are my sister, too.
Uh, Sook, meet Violet.
She's European.
Well, I'm sure you two probably have
a lot of catching up to do.
I'll let you be.
- I'm hers now. - Are you okay?
Yeah, it's fucking weird,
but, Sook, I think I feel how you felt way back with Bill,
like someone has my back.
Be careful.
When your heart runs away with you,
it's easy to believe that someone will have your back forever.
But I'm learning that forever's
a rare thing in this world,
no matter what vampires say.
Sook, are you okay?
I'm gonna be fine.
You promise, now?
- Yeah. - Sookie!
I'm actually fucking happy to see you.
Back off, bitch.
We made it, Sook.
We made it.
Bill gave us his magical blood
and now there's light.
- I know. - I know I'm still high,
but I swear I can never hate him again.
Well, good luck with that.
- Glad you made it home safe. - Yeah.
See ya.
There she is. Come on.
It's beautiful.
With 5,500 years to prepare, I should hope so.
You know, even in ancient times,
the Maypole ceremony was reserved only for fae
who had found their soul mates.
And that was rare even then.
And the proof?
If light shone from their touch.
It's quite simple-- when night falls,
you take this and I will take this.
We wrap ourselves around the Maypole.
Once we're fully entwined, we use both our lights
to render this one closed circle into two,
and they become our wedding rings.
- Warlow? - Sookie?
You know, I wasn't lying
- when I said I keep my promises. - Oh, I know.
But a lot's changed since I last saw you.
You've been gone four hours.
It's not the amount of time.
It's that I just watched my friend get buried.
Oh, Sookie...
do you know how many loved ones
I've seen buried in my lifetime?
Please, just...
let me say this.
All right.
There's no denying I have feelings for you.
You've awakened something in me.
But what has changed is that my friends are safe
and you're no longer in danger.
So there's no ticking clock.
So, in other words, I've held up my end of the bargain.
You have, but...
I'm thinking that a life of eternity together
should be based on more than a bargain.
Okay, so what do you suggest?
- Honestly? - Mm-hmm.
I'm asking if you'll date me.
Date you?
As in drive-in movies and bowling?
Not really, no.
As in, we spend time together off this plane,
in the real world, see how we fit.
We made a deal, Sookie.
I know we did, but we don't need a closed circle
to be together.
You could be part of this community.
They'll accept you-- my friends, my family--
What, like Bill and Eric?
Hmm? Who chained and drained me?
No. Not them.
I'm talking about Jason
and Tara and Arlene.
They still need me and I'm not ready to leave them behind.
Who the fuck
do you think you're talking to?
- Uh! - Whoo!
Nice one, Jason.
- Whoo! - Y'all might be vampires,
but I am an athlete.
Let's go, Maverick.
Hey, don't worry. We'll get them next time.
Sorry. Out of practice.
You okay?
- You almost killed her. - Whoo!
* Spitting in a wishing well... *
* Blown to hell, crash *
* I'm the last splash... *
- What's wrong? - I think my buzz wore off.
Don't even tell me with the sun shining above you
and after the shit we just went through,
you're sitting here brooding over Eric.
Has Willa realized Eric's gone yet?
I don't think so.
You're going to be pissed.
Don't even tell me you're thinking of going after him.
You gotta be fucking kidding me!
Don't even start with that shit, Tara,
because I don't want to...
but I will release you if you push me.
Take care of Willa?
You guys are the worst fucking makers ever.
Hey, don't you want to come outside?
What is it?
With all the blood that I lost,
it seems that my abilities have gone.
Maybe you're just healing.
I'm healed, Jess.
I don't feel Lilith anymore. I feel like Bill again.
You say that like it's a bad thing.
I suppose it's not, but...
What about Sookie?
This blood...
that's allowing you to walk around in the daylight...
it came at a price.
There's a vampire-fae hybrid
and he wanted Sookie.
And I knew I needed to save you, so...
in exchange for his blood, I sacrificed her.
She's going to be made vampire.
Then what the hell are you doing sitting here?
There's nothing I can do now.
Bill-- Bill, we're saved.
It worked. Now go. Go get her.
All the pain that I caused her.
There's no coming back from it now.
- You said you were Bill again. - I am.
Well, Bill Compton would've walked through fire to save her life.
- There's no time now. - Bullshit!
Yeah, maybe you were an asshole,
but right now you have the opportunity to make this right.
At the beginning of all of this,
you said that I had to protect your humanity.
Please do not make a failure out of me.
Where's Jason?
But that motherfucker killed my parents.
There's no way Sookie would agree
to be his goddamn faerie vampire bride.
What the fuck did you do?
I encouraged her.
I may very well kill you,
Bill Compton, God,
whatever the fuck you are!
But right now I need to save my sister.
So how do I do that?
They're on another plane, a faerie plane.
- Fuck. - It can only be accessed through a portal
in the cemetery using a fae's light.
The only other fae in Bon Temps
is Andy's daughter Adilyn.
Oh, God.
We have to go to Andy and ask for her assistance.
We can't.
Andy will never give Jason what he needs if we do.
- I'll go alone. - No, you won't.
You'll never be alone again.
Yeah, let's roll.
- Where are you taking me? - Keep moving.
You drank the blood.
It's not my fault I failed to synthesize--
I know this, Takahashi. Keep walking.
Now stop.
This is where we part ways.
Please, I have a wife.
I have children.
Don't hurt me. I beg you.
Look in my eyes.
You never met me.
Or Jessica.
Or any of the other creatures that you came into contact with
in the last couple of weeks. Do you understand?
In a moment I will leave.
The bag that I placed at your feet, you will take it home.
I hope that your wife and your children
find it within their hearts to forgive you for your absence.
I'm sorry for the pain that I caused them,
but this I cannot take away.
Good-bye, Hiro Takahashi.
- Now, let me talk. - Mm-hmm.
- All right, already. - Oh, hi.
Stackhouse, where the hell you been?
This here's Violet.
Where I been, it's a long story.
Invite us in? I'll explain.
Don't gotta stand on ceremony.
You need to invite me in.
- Oh, hell, no. Holly, get Adilyn upstairs! - Andy.
I'm 800 years old
and your halfling daughter does smell good,
but I only feed on Jason.
We're strictly monogamous.
That's some bullshit right there.
- Go, go, go. - Wait!
Andy, we need Adilyn to save Sookie.
Hey, there, Adilyn.
My name is Officer Jason Stackhouse.
I work with your daddy.
I just want you to know
I know what happened with you and your sisters
and I'm real sorry.
But my sister Sookie, she's been through a lot, too.
Don't listen to him, Adilyn.
And just like you, she don't deserve it.
God damn it, Stackhouse. I want you to leave.
I can't lose my sister like you lost all yours.
Adilyn, honey, come upstairs with me.
How can I help?
We need you to come with us.
Okay? To the cemetery. That's where Sookie is.
Except she's on a, uh-- a different--
- Plane. - Yeah.
With some faerie vampire murderous fuck.
- Jesus. - I'm sorry.
But, Andy, this is the same murderous fuck who killed my folks.
So we need Adilyn's light to get us onto that plane
or else he's gonna take Sookie from me, too.
I'm sorry, Stackhouse.
I can't put my daughter back in harm's way.
I wanna do this.
Sookie's the only other girl like me I know.
And I couldn't save Braelyn or Charlaine or Danika...
but maybe if I could help save her...
- Let's do this shit, then. - Mm-hmm.
But we're going in heavy.
Hey, there ain't no other way.
You can never have too much.
Come on, Andy, let's go.
Let's rock 'n' roll.
That'll hold you.
Do you think I've waited 5,500 years
to become a part of your community?
To share you with your friends of low birth
in fucking Bon Temps?
You actually buy into all that royalty crap?
You don't fucking get it, do you?
I was never meant to be a vampire, Sookie.
My life was blessed.
My people, they had a capacity for joy
unmatched by any tribe to ever walk the earth.
That's what Lilith took from me.
It's what I took from them.
I need to get back to the start.
Do you see that?
I can't give you back what you lost,
even if I wanted to.
You will fill this hole...
...whether you like it or not.
Oh, come on.
We both know you're not gonna use that on me.
No, but I will take this stupid ball of light
and throw it away.
So help me God, I'll do it. And then where will you be?
Because you don't want a vampire bride.
You want a faerie vampire bride.
You really are a danger whore, aren't you?
You know, you risk everything
on the hope that you are special,
that you'll be saved...
by some unique love the vampires have for you.
But you should've trusted your first instinct.
You knew me better than I knew myself,
because it turns out
that I do just want to fuck you
and own you and use you for your blood.
What the fuck are you smiling at?
Your intended just called you a fucking monster.
Good news.
Night has fallen.
What's he doing here?
Listen, if we're gonna save Sookie
and kill this Warlow motherfucker,
it's gonna take everything we got.
Sheriff, thank you for bringing her.
I didn't do it for you.
Yeah, all right.
Let's do this.
Sookie, are you there? Are you okay?
Please, I don't wanna be a vampire.
Oh, no.
Is it happening already?
- Yeah. - Shit. Come on.
- How do I do this? - What?
- You don't know? - I'm, like, two weeks old.
I know how to use my light, but I don't know how to enter another fucking plane!
Y'all are putting too much pressure on her.
Adilyn, I need you to listen to me.
Your light, its source is nature
to which you are closer than any other life form.
You need to try and harness that inside yourself.
- Think about your blood. - Careful.
It nourishes you like dew on the grass.
Everyone touch.
Bill, it ain't working.
I don't want to scare her,
but fear is what usually rouses a fae's untapped powers.
Why didn't you just say so?
Harness your fucking power!
Take care of Sookie.
- Sookie! - Come on!
Go! Leave me!
You heard him, let's go!
You, me, upstairs with Sookie.
- Jason, invite me in. - Yeah, come on in.
I'll stand guard outside. Where can I hide Adilyn?
Uh, in the cubby.
Go through the living room into the sewing room
into the armoire and down.
Come on.
Don't you come out till I get you.
- Understand? - Okay.
You are a fucking nuisance.
- Okay. - Oh, there we go.
Incoming, Stackhouse!
- Uh! - Down!
I got him!
- Did you? - Fuck!
Oh, shit!
Don't you get it?
No more Billith, no more access.
Sookie doesn't even want you, anyway.
Tell me where to lock you up.
- Come on, baby. - Come on, come on, come on.
You got this.
Oh, Sookie, Sookie, Sookie.
In 1,000, 2,000 years, you'll learn to love me.
I don't think so.
I know you've been hurt, but don't push me away.
I am not your damaged pet.
- Ah! - We'll heal each other.
I do not complete you.
Please don't do this. Warlow, please!
No, you don't!
- Get your hands off her! - Sookie!
Jason, a little help here?
Jason, Sookie, I need help.
Ah, no, no!
As new cases of the virus now known as hepatitis V
continue to be diagnosed every day
and the Center for Disease Control
scrambles to understand its strange mutation pattern,
one voice has risen above the rest
in dispelling the many fallacies
surrounding the virus's origins.
"And God Bled" has spent seven weeks
at the top of the "New York Times" Bestseller List.
Joining me now is the book's author, William Compton.
Thanks for being here, Bill.
Thank you for having me.
Okay, so, you're a god.
I was a god.
- Oh, you were a god. - Yes.
Are you insane?
Not at all, no.
Because I read your book and it reads like fiction.
Well, that's what makes it such a good read.
So it's entirely true
that you walked into the Governor's Mansion
in Baton Rouge, Louisiana,
and you ripped Truman Burrell's head off?
It's not like he didn't deserve it, Lawrence.
So you realize that what this book is, then,
is a 350-page irrevocable confession.
Aren't you worried that you're gonna
have to stand trial for what you've done?
And what jury would convict me?
Hepatitis V did not exist
until this man dreamed it up.
He used taxpayers' money to hire scientists
to create a deadly virus that has spread,
though it's hard to say with any real certainty,
but according to reports, into 1/8th...
Hon', what you watching?
- ...of the world vampire population. - Oh, just Bill on TV.
Are you mad 'cause I'm watching?
No, 'cause you ain't watching anymore.
You are coming to bed.
So why write the book at all?
To establish trust.
To end all the secrets.
'Cause even though we vampires came out of the coffin,
we've never really been all the way out.
We've been very secretive about who we are,
what makes us strong, what makes us weak,
and the thing that we vampires
are most afraid of y'all knowing about us
is that we fear you, too.
You fear us?
If Truman Burrell proved nothing else,
it is that the single greatest threat to vampires...
Oh, yeah.
Oh, God.
Oh, God.
- Oh. - Yeah?
Oh, hey, hey, hey.
Keep it in your pants, hotshot.
I gone down on you
for 178 nights in a row now.
Sometimes twice, even three times a night.
Oh, I know.
And not once in all that time
have you ever even touched my--
I told you I wasn't going to make it easy.
Violet, I've built you the girliest...
light-tightest basement
a man could ever build a woman.
Oh, and I really...
really, really appreciate it.
And, hey, I ain't even looked at another woman
since you claimed me.
I believe you.
Yeah, and...
what the fuck?
In due time.
- In due time? - Uh-huh.
The time is due.
Oh, I'm sorry, baby.
Whatever happened to separation of church and state?
What state, Andy?
'Cause I don't think even Baton Rouge knows who's in charge.
And don't even talk to me about Washington
'cause they sure as shit don't seem to care what's happening down here.
This town, Bon Temps-- we on our own.
And these people, they don't trust the government anymore.
Not one iota.
They still trust their churches.
So if we separate church and state, we are 100% fucked.
I'll sit up there with you today, Sam,
but over my dead body are my daughter and I showing up tonight.
That's a bad fucking call, Andy, but it's your life.
Now, just take a few minutes,
pull yourself together, come on in.
And don't forget to line up, get your blood tested.
All right? People need to see we all in this together.
- Next in line? - Jason?
What's all this about?
They're taking our blood samples
to see if we're carriers or something.
Jesus Christ.
Excuse me, young lady?
I'm so sorry.
Uh, you know what?
My sister's actually-- she's gonna go first.
Unbelievable. Stackhouse.
Sookie Stackhouse.
Here. Index finger.
Did it hurt?
Sook, tell me. Be honest.
I think we've both been through much worse.
So, I wanna thank you all
for coming across town and joining us here.
And especially wanna thank the Reverend Daniels
and his lovely wife Lettie Mae
for bringing you all with them.
My pulpit is your pulpit, Reverend.
Thank you, Reverend,
and thank you for having us.
Good morning, everyone.
Hmm, I don't believe they heard me over here.
I said, "Good morning, everyone."
- Good morning. - Ah, see, now that's better.
It's not great, but that's better.
The reason Reverend Skinner and I decided to assemble
both our congregations here today--
well, it comes down to one word: togetherness.
But looking out at you, and, sure, you're all here,
but I don't see very much togetherness.
So I'm gonna wait on you all to find a new seat.
Left moves right, right moves left.
Sit next to someone you never met before.
Shake the hand of a stranger.
Well, don't everyone look at me like, "Is he serious?"
Yes, I'm serious. Go on, mix it up.
- Come on, now. - All right.
Hi, I'm Sookie.
Nice to meet you, Sookie. I'm Crystal.
Take a look around
'cause this is what I'm talking about--
From this day forward, we are going to be one community
because there are roaming bands
of sick and hungry vampires out there,
and they are on the march.
Now, these vampires are organized to boot.
- Are you all right? - They're hunting together.
And they are wiping out small towns like ours
'cause they think we's easy pickings.
Are we?
- No. - Are we easy pickings?
- No. - Are we low-hanging fruit?
- No. - That's right, we're not,
because we are one people, one town under God.
And if we remain together,
we will find our way through these strange
and unprecedented times.
Let the church say Amen.
- Amen. - Amen!
Say Amen, somebody.
Mr. Mayor, they're all yours.
- 'Morning. - 'Morning.
So, uh...
I'm sure y'all are wondering
why the blood test?
Now, as most everybody here knows by now,
while this hepatitis V virus
that's spreading through the world's vampire population
is deadly only to vampires,
any one of us in this room could be a carrier.
I wanna be a carrier.
It'd serve 'em right, bitin' me.
- Don't say that, sir. - That's right.
You don't wanna be saying that,
because these infected vampires that are making their way
from small town to small town, yeah, they're dangerous.
Yeah, they're strong.
But the good news is
they're not as strong as healthy, uninfected vampires are.
Now, y'all know who Bill Compton is.
Well, Bill Compton and I, we put our heads together,
came up with a plan.
Now, tonight at Bellefleur's Bar and Grill,
Arlene Bellefleur's been generous enough
to offer to sponsor us a social,
a mixer of sorts.
Now, the results of the blood test y'all just took
will be waiting for you when you get there.
There's gonna be all kinds of food,
there's gonna be music,
and it's all gonna be free,
thanks to Mrs. Bellefleur.
What's the catch?
'Cause there ain't nothing in life for free.
That's true.
You're a smart woman.
Thank you.
Yes, there is a catch.
But the catch is for your safety.
For everybody's safety.
I am asking
every single uninfected adult in this room
to agree to a monogamous feeding relationship
with a healthy vampire
in exchange--
in exchange for that healthy vampire's protection
for you and your children.
Listen, I understand you're upset.
Talk to your reverends.
Talk amongst yourselves.
But this is the only way we know how to protect you.
Now, if we're gonna be safe,
every single human needs a vampire
and every vampire needs a human.
Now, I hope I'm gonna see all y'all tonight.
If I don't...
God be with you.
* Through the days *
* It's "lacksadaisical" *
* Oh, oh. *
I'm sure to protect you.
Hey! Come here.
Stop. What are you doing?
* Tonight I need you *
* This fire burns inside me *
* I always want you near me *
* Can't you hear me? *
* Dusty, please don't leave me *
* Hold me one last time *
* Dusty, I'm going crazy *
* Can't get you off of my mind *
* Dusty, please don't leave me *
* Hold me one last time... *
Negative. You?
All good.
- Jesus Christ. - Let's leave Jesus out of it.
I don't think he's got anything to do with this.
Really? 'Cause the way they made it sound at church this morning
you'd think he was catering the thing.
Listen up, everyone.
Come, all my children, eat.
No, no, that would be Arlene.
One hour.
One hour.
We'll just say our hellos, make sure we're seen,
eat some barbecue, and that's it, all right?
All right, let's do this.
So, have you seen anyone you might wanna--
I used to hate vegetarians.
Now I'd do just about anything to find one.
I was wondering if you and me could talk.
I'm-- I'm Willa.
Lettie Mae Daniels. I'm Tara's mother.
Oh, well, it's nice to meet you.
You and Tara, you're friends?
Yes, we are friends.
Tell her to talk to me.
What the fuck you want?
To apologize for the way I handled things.
You talking about when you came to Fangtasia?
I'm talking about everything, Tara.
I'm talking about your whole life.
I am so terribly sorry.
I don't know what to say.
Just listen, then.
When your father left...
I loved him with everything I had in me...
and I hurt for myself.
So much so,
I forgot to hurt for you.
There were even times when I forgot to--
Lord have mercy on my soul.
It's okay, Mama.
You don't have to do this.
Oh, yes, I do.
I forgot to feed you, Tara.
I forgot to feed my own daughter.
For days at a time, I would forget.
I made do.
No, you didn't.
It was my job to feed you
and I didn't do it.
I thought--
I thought I never could forgive myself,
but if you let me, Tara,
I can make this right for the both of us.
Come here. Let me feed you.
- I can't. - Please.
This whole thing, all the trouble in this world,
it's a blessing, Tara.
It's a chance for us to heal.
Come here.
Let me feed you.
Let me take care of you.
Let me nourish my baby girl.
The winner of the pageant should just be
an all-around little girl who's having a great time on stage,
who's comfortable in herself,
loves being on stage and feels confident
and that's really it.
We are starting the pageant.
- I'll get it. - Okay, Daddy.
You didn't come tonight.
No, you murdering piece of shit, I did not.
- Daddy, who is it? - Stay where you are, sweetheart.
I came to offer you protection,
for both of you.
You got some nerve
asking for any more of this family's blood.
I'm not asking for your blood.
Then what the fuck do you want?
I want to give you your girls back...
but I can't.
The only thing that I can give you now
is some kind of peace of mind
that you and Adilyn will be safe.
That you'll never have to worry.
You have my word.
What if I don't want it?
You've got it anyway.
Leaving so soon?
- Bill. - Alcide.
I saw you on TV last night.
You-- you were good.
May I have a moment alone with Sookie?
- No fucking way. - Honey, it's fine.
No, it ain't, Sookie.
Anything Bill has to say to you,
he can say to me, too.
You heard the man.
You meet anyone tonight?
If you're asking if I made any arrangements
with any vampires, Bill, no, I did not.
But I did meet some lovely people.
You need a vampire in your life, Sookie.
More so than anyone else here.
You need protection.
- She's got me. - You're not good enough.
You can growl all you want, bright eyes,
but it doesn't change the truth.
I'm offering you my protection.
And I appreciate that,
but I'm gonna take my chances all the same.
I've changed, Sookie.
I can be trusted again.
That's the thing, though. Even at your best...
I could never really trust you.
- You smell that? - Smell what?
I smell it.
Somebody mind telling me what the hell's going on?
* Welcome to the new age, welcome to the new age *
* To the new age *
* Whoa-oh oh-oh-oh *
* Whoa-oh oh-oh, I'm radioactive *
- * Whoa-oh oh-oh, - I'm radioactive *
* Radioactive *
* All systems go *
* The sun hasn't died *
* Deep in my bones *
* Straight from inside *
* I'm waking up *
* I feel it in my bones *
* Enough to make my systems blow *
* Welcome to the new age, welcome to the new age *
* To the new age *
* Whoa-oh oh-oh-oh *
- * Whoa-oh oh-oh, - I'm radioactive *
* Whoa-oh oh-oh-oh *
- * Whoa-oh oh-oh, - I'm radioactive *
* Radioactive. *