True Blood (2008–2014): Season 6, Episode 4 - At Last - full transcript

Sookie confronts her attraction to Ben by inviting him to dinner; Eric counters Burrell's brutal anti-vampire initiatives by hitting him where it hurts the most; Andy's faerie daughters keep dangerous company; Bill gives Takahashi the task of synthesizing a new kind of blood.

Was that Warlow out there?
No, some other vampire. Niall's after her.
Shit! We need vampire blood.
Put him down. Put him down.
Check for a pulse.
Get his legs.
911. I'll call 911.
My brother's unconscious. He banged his head.
Yes, it's the yellow house just east of the cemetery.
Yes, ma'am.
We're in the front. Please hurry.
We need an ambulance right away.
How do you know about Warlow?
Do you know of Lilith?
Lilith who?
She was the first of all vampires
and she will bring destruction to us all if we do not stop her.
- Go on. - There was a mistranslation in our bible.
It read, "The people led Lilith to the sun."
It should have read, "The progeny led Lilith to the sun."
Warlow is the progeny. Only he can kill Lilith.
Oh, my fuck, you smell amazing.
- Hey, on the road! - LAVTF!
Announce yourself. Human or vampire?
- Identify yourself! - Who the fuck are the LAVT--
Come on, let's go. She's down.
The ambulance is on its way.
They said to keep him elevated.
Hey, Sook. What'd I miss?
What the hell? Are you okay?
I was just sat down with him and he woke up.
I guess he just got his bell rung or something.
- Oh, my God. - Thanks for your help, Ben.
- Did you get her? - I would have if you hadn't left.
She made it to the main road and then the DV or BF,
- whoever got to her. - Were they LAVTF?
There's a curfew out on vampires.
It is Sookie who carries the fae
and it is her we need to protect,
not her human brother.
I thought he was dying.
I swear.
I made a mistake. I apologize.
Maybe I should just leave you all to it.
Ben, do you even have somewhere to stay?
Uh, I'll be at the La Crescenta.
At least till I figure out where I'm going next.
I'm glad your brother's okay.
Me, too.
Hey, we're missing one.
The girl with the crazy hair. Everybody fan out.
He took Emma!
- Who took Emma? - Merlotte.
- I smell him in my house. - Shit.
You should have killed Merlotte when you had the chance.
Hey, what's going on?
Emma got took. Sam Merlotte's behind it.
And there's the one that got away. She's in on it, too.
Her scent's in the SUV. You pick it up fast.
We've got to catch up.
Now you.
I can't. My leg.
Another 50 feet. Come on.
Come on.
Y'all hear that? Hurry the hell up.
What the hell is she doing here?
I'll explain later. We've got to go.
You don't got to tell me twice.
Come on, Emma.
Ginger, put Northman back on the phone.
He'll be right with you, Governor.
Who knew a sheepshank
would be so hard to untie?
That's silver oxide, doll.
Your vampire friends can't help you now.
Freeze! Do not move!
- Nothing here. - Will you hush?!
- Damn. - Sir.
No sign of Miss Burrell or the vampires.
They must have made us.
You best tell us where they've gone.
He's almost got her untied.
Just a few more seconds.
Boy, is Overlark gonna have fun with you.
Take her to camp.
Get those choppers up in the air.
I want this town lit up like a Christmas tree!
- Yes, sir. - And watch the sky.
That peckerwood's gonna try to fly out.
Summon her again.
She's close.
I can smell you from here.
- Where's the girl? - You're never gonna get her.
- Oh, really? - As your maker,
I command--
If you don't want to listen to your maker's commands, fine.
But you will listen to mine.
- Where is the girl? - Fuck you.
- Get off of her. She's mi-- - Shut up, Pam!
Where is she?
The fairground off I-20.
You have no right to lay your hands on her.
We'll meet back here tomorrow night.
Meanwhile, in Afghanistan,
a suicide bomber killed 20 civilians
including five--
- What? - We hear you thinking.
You're sad about, um, Patrick.
That's right, I am sad.
I liked Patrick very much.
And when he left, it made me very, very sad.
No, you killed him.
- I did not! - You shot your friend.
- We know your secret. - His brains came out.
You're a killer.
Quiet! Stop!
Arlene! I need backup!
They know. They know about...
Oh, God. Um, okay.
Now, girls, your Uncle Terry,
he has a very active imagination.
And it's rude to snoop around in it.
You understand?
Yes, ma'am.
What the hell is going on?
Come on, it's time for bed anyhow.
You ain't slept since you were three.
- Let's go. - Oh!
- I don't want to go to bed. - All right, girls,
- let's leave Uncle Terry alone. - Fine.
They're children.
No one would even believe them anyway.
But I know what I did.
I can't fake it anymore.
- All right, everybody in. - We're not tired.
Well, somebody's got to look after you,
and that somebody turned out to be me.
It's my sacred duty.
That's what your mama said.
But I'll let you all in on a little secret.
I'm glad I got the job.
We know. We can hear your brain.
Hey, hey, hey, no telepathy.
That's illegal in these parts.
That's coming from the sheriff of this here parish.
All right, good night, darlings.
Good night, Daddy.
What the heck?
Hey, you kicked me off!
I did not. I didn't move.
Oh, God, you feel that?
It's happening again.
Only this time it's...
Oh, God!
Holy fuck! Look at my boobs!
Quiet, Dad's gonna hear you.
Look at my boobs.
- Mine are prettier than yours. - Fuck you.
- Jealous. - Stop it.
Shut up. Who cares?
I don't want to stay in bed.
We might be 30 by the time we wake up.
We got to get out, party and drink.
But how are we gonna go anywhere without a car or clothes?
I don't know about you, but I'm raiding Aunt Arlene's closet.
I thought you said he had four faerie kids.
He did.
But you smell that, don't you?
Another mystery for Dr. Takahashi to unravel.
When he calms down.
Let's go get beer!
Why aren't you in bed?
Oh, hey.
Sook, you ain't got to worry about me.
I ain't never felt better in my whole life.
238, 239,
240, 241...
You can stand there and count if you want.
I was sat with him and he just woke up.
I guess he just got his bell rung.
Did you ever see blood do this?
- All right, everybody... - Shh.
...look older.
- Okay. - Be cool.
Do I look all right?
Hey, wait.
Let me do it.
- I can be very persuasive. - And very impulsive.
- You don't trust me? - I trust Bill.
But I also know there's a fight going on inside you
between Bill and Lilith and I just want to make sure she doesn't win tonight.
Those girls, they're also the same age I was when you turned me.
If anything were to happen to them, I--
I'd never forgive myself.
You girls got ID?
Crap. We forgot it at home.
- But we're totally 21. - 27.
Mmm, I ain't supposed to sell without ID.
But you know what? There is a way to check.
A little known fact of anatomy.
I can show you in the back.
Oh, that's okay. I got it.
You don't need to see my ID, now, do you?
Uh, no.
Good. Now forget you ever saw us.
Yeah, okay.
My name's Jessica. What's yours?
Um, we don't have names.
Oh, my gosh. That is so cool.
I mean, I hate having a name.
You know, I always got to be like, "Hey, my name is Jessica."
How lame is that, right? That is so fucking cool.
I guess it is kind of cool.
Hey, you guys want to come over to my place?
Hey, we can party there.
The thing is, um, you smell kind of funny.
You're not like us, are you?
Uh, no. No, I'm not.
Actually, the truth is...
I'm a vampire.
Please don't freak out.
'Cause I'm really old and I can totally control myself.
I mean, I have tons of faerie friends.
Just think of me like a regular girl,
you know, looking for a party.
Come on, what do you think? It'll be super fun.
Okay, let's go.
Oh, my God, it's, like, so wrong.
My colleague Dr. Takahashi will instruct you where to place everything.
Thank you for delivering on such short notice.
- Who's that? - Hey, I made some new friends.
- I see that. - Girls, this here's Bill.
Hi, Bill. Cool ride.
It's gonna be a little cozy in there.
You'll have to squeeze in.
Should we do something about--
- Did you glamor the clerk? - Yeah.
Well, leave it, then.
See? Doesn't that feel nice?
- Yeah. - Yeah.
Smooth as a baby's bottom.
Do you want to do me now?
- Okay. - You haven't done this before, have you?
Uh, no. Not really.
Just relax.
Do it like you do it to yourself.
Oh, shit.
Sorry, man. I got you there.
It's okay.
Taste it.
You wanted to show me something?
I wondered if you might be interested in some historical artifacts.
I think history is really sexy.
What's that?
It's a little toy that we vampires use
with our partners.
You know, after hundreds of years, it can get weary
using your fangs all the time.
So sometimes it can be nice just to watch.
Mind if I try it on you?
Sure. Sounds fun.
It's all right.
In fact, it's extraordinary.
You see, we vampires...
we're creatures of blood.
Blood is everything to us.
So this is like foreplay?
Not exactly.
Now, I want you to go and see your sisters.
- But I thought-- - All in good time.
You don't want to miss the party.
I'm fine.
What the hell is going on?
Everything is to your satisfaction, familiar, I trust?
Everything from our Tru Blood lab.
Yes. And anything else you need, you just ask.
I'm a great admirer of yours, Doctor.
You have helped my kind in immeasurable ways.
And now I need to ask one more favor.
This blood, unlike normal human blood,
has properties that are very special.
Magical, even.
Properties that can save vampirekind from extinction.
I need you to map the genetic code of this blood,
to replicate it and synthesize it
just like you did human blood.
Where did you get it from?
Now let's not go down that road.
- And if I fail? - Failure is not an option.
Miss Burrell.
Why are you still here?
I knew you'd come.
I wanted to talk to you, so I stayed.
you have my attention.
What was it you wanted to say to me?
I despise what my father is doing
and it makes me sick to my stomach
knowing what he's up to.
I'm on your side.
And I also wanted to say that
in Ginger's coffin...
why didn't you let me taste your blood?
Why did you want to taste it so badly?
I think I deserve to.
Do you?
Do you really want to help me?
I do.
This'll do.
Oh, my God.
Just so you know, I'm--
I'm a virgin, pretty much.
So much courage.
So little experience.
How are you feeling?
- Excited. - Hmm?
And scared.
Death is not the end.
Is it gonna hurt?
Not the way I do it.
Everything your father put in you--
his cowardice,
his small-mindedness, his hate--
all of it will seep out.
And into this vessel
I will seed a millennium of wisdom,
honor, life.
why did you choose me?
You deserve to be one of us.
I'm gonna let you taste my blood now, Willa.
Oh, my God.
Damn it. Nobody's responded to my texts or nothing.
Listen, I can't have you texting.
All right? You don't know who's on the other end.
But those are my people.
Those are my brothers, my sister.
They're all gone, aren't they?
All of them.
I'm sorry your friends died.
My mommy died a few days ago.
I know she did, Emma.
Hey, Nicole.
- Honey, where are you going? - I'm going out of your hair.
Just gonna slow you down if I tag along.
Well, how far you think you can get?
Weres are the best trackers around.
You won't get two miles before they rip you to pieces.
You're a smart woman, Nicole. Don't be stupid.
You dying ain't gonna bring your friends back and you know it.
Sammy, she gonna need that leg looked at.
Maybe in 100 miles out, we can find a doctor--
It's not we, all right? This is my mess.
You already done more than I asked you to.
So take your car, get out of here.
Don't let your guard down, either.
I'm telling you, go. Get the Smith & Wesson from my office.
It's tucked in the fireplace damper.
You sure you don't need nothing else?
No, thank you. Now go on, Lafayette.
Now go on, get the fuck out of here.
Hey, how we gonna run without a car?
What the hell are you doing?
I'm gonna carry you.
Know all your questions about shifters...
- and how we do it? - Uh-uh.
Here's your answer.
Sookie. Hi.
Let me grab a shirt.
It's all right. Remember, I put those on.
All right.
What can I do for you?
Well, I just wanted to apologize for how Niall talked to you.
He's not from the South or this millennium
and he can be kind of blunt.
Well, thanks. I appreciate it.
I don't want to get all Sadie Hawkins on you,
but I think at least you deserve a home-cooked meal for your trouble.
Why don't you come over tonight and I'll fix you supper?
- I'd like that very much. - Okay, swing by around 7:00.
It'll give me time to make the groceries
and give you time to put a shirt on.
It's a date.
I didn't say that, now, did I?
You've reached Officer Jason Stackhouse.
Leave a message.
Hey, Jason, it's me.
When you wake up, I need a favor.
I'm fixing supper for Ben tonight
and I was hoping that maybe you and Niall could go to a movie
or, I don't know, something.
Ben will be there in case anything happens,
but it'd be kind of nice to have my own house to myself just for one night.
I'm glad you're feeling better.
All right, talk soon.
Come on.
Stackhouse, pick up your goddamn phone already.
Please, this is an emergency.
I need all hands on deck.
- What? - Sheriff, I cannot put out an APB
without a proper description.
Just do this for me, Kev-- four Caucasian females,
between four and seven feet tall,
between 60 and 260 pounds,
and between the ages of 10 and, I don't know, 50.
Now come on, do some fucking police work for a change.
Well, it's like that man in the video taught us.
Half of all missing children
are taken by a relative.
Well, their mama didn't want 'em and it sure as shit wasn't me.
Why don't you question the nut
who goes all twitchy whenever one of my kids comes near?
- Whoa, hey! - How dare you talk about Terry that way?
Well, I've been running around town since dawn.
I ain't found squat. What am I supposed to think?
They took the car out for a joyride.
We've all done it. They're probably out having fun.
In case you haven't noticed, it ain't exactly safe out there these days.
Well, it's lucky their old man is the sheriff of this parish.
You have the whole department at your beck and call.
I don't think I can be a cop in this.
Those are my kids.
I can't even think straight.
Where's Sook?
She had to go to work early.
How's my wounded warrior?
Your what?
Oh, my head's fine.
I just didn't sleep too good.
Something on your mind?
Even though you're a faerie,
you're kind of a straight type of faerie, right?
I mean, you have to be to have faerie kids.
What are you getting at?
Have you ever had a dream that...
ain't so straight?
Do you want to do me now?
That Ben is a handsome fella.
I couldn't help it!
It just happened.
It was like the times I had vampire blood.
But you faeries, you don't make people dream like that.
Do you?
Not anyone I've ever known.
no, that's unthinkable.
No, no, no, no. Spit it out.
Tell me what you're unthinking.
Suppose at one point
a vampire was able to turn a fae
into their own kind.
A faerie vampire.
I never imagined such a mongrel could exist.
But if it did, I suppose they might have both powers.
- Faerie and vampire. - Vampire.
- Ben. - It must be.
He must have given me his blood.
He healed me.
He's a vampire who walks in daylight.
- Oh, we got to call Sookie. - No. No.
Grandpa, you're the one who taught her the crazy light ball trick.
If anyone deserves to kill Warlow, it's her.
Warlow orphaned me, too.
I want that fucker myself.
- That was easy. - Yeah.
Thank Governor Burrell.
These days you don't even need a warrant if it's vamp related.
Can't you just blast him through the window?
He's older than me. He's a fae and a vampire.
We only have one shot.
He's getting in the shower. Let's go.
Hyaa! He's gone!
You never came here.
You never found me.
This search has caused you so much pain.
Let that pain go.
Does Sookie know about me?
No, we came straight here.
- Go to work. Do your job. - Okay.
Stay away from Sookie's place tonight.
We have plans.
What about Grandpa?
If you want to say good-bye, now would be the time.
Good-bye, Grandpa.
We tried.
By the time you get to the car,
this awful burden will be lifted from you.
That's her. It's fresh, too.
Can't be more than a few hours.
Trail goes north from here, Packmaster, but it's fainter.
Probably stopped here for a break and kept driving.
- Push on, we can catch up. - Rikki.
Get everyone and take 'em back to the compound.
Make sure we wipe that place down good.
- Are you fucking kidding? - Who is your packmaster?
Jackson's coming north with me to follow Merlotte.
Everyone clear on their place in this?
Promising news, I hope.
There are compounds in this blood
which never appear in human blood--
traces of mercury, neon, titanium, francium.
Chemically, I don't even have a name for them.
But you can see what looks like crystals
amongst the other blood cells.
That's exactly what we need.
Unfortunately, it's highly unstable.
Its half-life is less than 20 seconds
and within an hour we have this.
Ordinary human blood.
Outside of their host,
these compounds decompose almost immediately.
I can't replicate them
if it's disintegrating in front of me.
I'll go get more. I've got donors upstairs.
Donors? You've got more prisoners upstairs, too?
No, this--
this is an outrage.
I will not work under these conditions.
Oh, I will go get more.
And you will not stop until you synthesize it.
Do you understand?
All right, that's enough.
A little bonus for short notice.
Hazard pay.
You're a good man, Bjorne.
Oh, my God.
It's like everything's electric.
Well, the world you knew as a human was a sliver
of what you'll be feeling now.
So what happens next?
Are we gonna fuck?
Do we hunt?
You're going home, Willa.
Go home to your father.
Let him see his own child turned into the thing
that repulses him most.
You did this to me
to get back at him?
You took my life.
Just as he's taken so many of ours.
Oh, my God.
He was right.
You're a fucking monster! No!
Prove to your father that you're not a monster.
Make him understand that we were all once human.
We are not to be hunted.
I've been around for over 1,000 years, Willa Burrell.
And you are the second vampire I've ever made.
Now, I did not make this decision lightly.
- I have to send you back. - No.
As your maker, I command you.
Go home to your father.
Come on, that building looks promising.
- For what? - We got to eat, don't we?
Just stay calm and don't walk faster than 30 miles an hour.
We'll be fine.
Keep an eye out for a seven-pointed star.
There are still a few speakeasies operating under the radar
where we can find a willing human donor.
That is, if you're still interested in feeding on humans.
Did I just hear you right?
You blaming me for last night?
Look, Eric mistreated you,
but you've got to admit that human loving is fucked up.
That girl is on our side.
She hates what her father is doing.
I don't give a fuck what she hates.
This is war. It is us against them.
What is it gonna take for you to understand?
Fuck it. You go feed on your own.
I don't have to listen to this shit.
- Fuck! - Stay where you are!
No, sir. No sign of your daughter.
But we have captured several vampires.
I don't care.
You keep 'em on the job around the fucking clock.
- Do you hear me? - Yes, sir.
They're gonna find her.
- I don't know. - They're gonna bring her back.
Come on. Let me take your mind off all this awfulness.
There's something that I wanted to talk to you about, baby.
It's not a good time, I know,
but there's never a good time these days.
Sir, it's an emergency. I need to come in.
- It's about your daughter. - What?
- Your daughter. - Get in here.
Sir, there's something you need to know.
We had to invite her in.
Oh, God.
Sir, listen, I need for you to stay back--
Jimmy, get out.
Leave us alone.
Come on, let's go.
What have they done to you?
Stay back.
I'm a vampire now, but I am still me.
You can see that, right?
I'm still Willa.
God, you're cold.
You have to stop what you're doing, Daddy.
You have to stop persecuting us.
What do you mean, us?
Us. Vampires.
If you still love me,
if you care about me at all,
then you will call off your dogs.
You will dismantle the LAVTF
and you will shut down that terrible camp.
Don't listen to her, Truman. That's the devil talking.
God damn it, Sarah!
It's my daughter.
This is my daughter.
You've got to send her to camp, Truman.
Baby, I'm sorry, but you've got to let her go.
You can't vanish, old man.
I've drained almost all your blood.
Don't even try it.
The fight's over.
Are we not kindred?
Yes, we are.
My family and I, we lived beside yours
for years when I was still fae.
Just before you were born,
I was turned.
The darkness in me,
it battles with the light every second of my being.
But even on the darkest day thousands of years ago,
as I stood over the dust
of my own mother and father...
I couldn't bear to kill a child.
You spared me?
Yes, I did.
So that our line could continue.
And now, my kindred, I shall spare you again.
No, not there!
- No! - Shh.
I survived 20 years.
I'm sure a king can survive longer.
She asleep?
It's amazing the way kids can block things out
when sleep comes a-calling.
For me, it's gonna take a whole lot of this.
Mind if I have a swig?
I can hear them
My friends.
I still see Luna.
I try and block it out,
but at the same time, I don't want to let her go.
- You know? - You saw her die?
In my arms, yeah.
I've hardly stopped to think about that.
How mad are you?
I just thought you were more of a gentleman is all.
Do you think you can find it somewhere in your heart to forgive me?
Well, I guess you can come in.
But you're gonna have to work extra hard to make it up to me.
I don't mind hard work.
Keeps a man honest.
- You must be hungry. - Mm-hmm.
Dig in.
Is something wrong?
Mm-mmm. I just love the smell of home cooking.
This smells amazing. Really, it does.
You're not eating?
Oh, you know, when my mama was alive,
she always used to say that she took more pleasure
in watching other people eating her food than eating it herself.
I never knew what she meant until tonight.
Oh, that is good.
It goes perfect with the wine.
I didn't even know you were frying this chicken.
It's a perfect match.
last night you asked about my ex.
I think I ought to fess up.
he's a vampire.
Yeah, I kind of guessed as much from all the damage.
So why did it all go south?
He lied to me and he misled me.
He wasn't honest about who he was
or why he wanted to be with me.
And I don't ever want to feel like that again.
Sookie, if that's what--
I'm not normally this forward,
but before I open my heart up
any more than I already have,
I need to ask you a question.
Anything. Shoot.
What is it
about me
that you want?
Here's the thing.
Everybody wants to be understood, right?
When you found me by the side of that road,
I knew you understood me.
I knew I understood you
and I knew it right away.
Does this sound crazy to you?
Oh, can you take us home now?
You sure you don't want to see a movie?
We've got Wii. Do you play Wii?
Seriously, our father is like an important sheriff.
So if you don't let us all go, you're gonna be in some crazy deep shit.
Look, if it were up to me,
I'd totally take y'all home right now,
but my dad's checking on some really important stuff
and as soon as he's done, you can go.
Fuck that.
He did that blood thing to me and my sister.
He's creepy. We're going now. Come on.
No, no, no, no. Please. Please.
Wait. Please. If you all go, I am dead.
That's your fucking problem.
- Let us go! - Come on!
No, seriously, get the fuck away from me!
You smell like honey.
There's a Renard Parish Sheriff's vehicle
out here all night and all the next day
and you don't think to report it?
I don't get involved in cop shit.
Ain't it your job to keep track of your own cars?
And you don't remember the face
of anyone who came in here last night?
Shoot, we do a crackin' trade.
Maybe if you gave me a description.
Females, Caucasians,
anywhere between the age of 10 and 50.
You two looking for suspects or dates?
- Police brutality. - Shut up!
Now you listen to me,
my partner, he's been up since the crack of dawn.
But me, I'm just getting started.
So, fuck-knuckle,
just give me an excuse to blow off some steam.
I swear, I don't remember anything.
I have no idea how your police car got here.
You fucking sure?
Not cool, man.
Dang it.
That was my best Dirty Harry.
He might just be an idiot.
Either that or...
a vampire glamored him.
Can vampires sniff out faeries?
Fuck, yeah.
Faeries are like catnip for vampires.
Sookie's just got a little bit of faerie in her
and they go crazy.
Andy, what's--
What are you doing?
Oh, God.
What have I done?
I was so worried it was gonna be you,
but it was me.
I did it.
Just tell me that they're not dead.
Please, please tell me they're not dead.
Supper was delicious. Thank you.
You're welcome.
You know, it's a shame
we didn't find a way into each other's lives sooner.
Is that what you think you've done?
Found your way into my life?
Haven't I?
Well, you've passed almost every test
I've thrown at you tonight.
Oh, yeah? I didn't even know I was being tested.
What do I get for passing?
I didn't say there was--
- Okay. - Hmm?
- You can get off me now. - What?
Get the fuck off me or die, Warlow.