It's the kind of show where you have to care a lot more about vampires than I do to stick around for long. The episode was viewed by approximately 1.
After a repeat showing later the same night, those figures rose to 2. When on-demand viewings and additional broadcasts are factored in, the episode was viewed by approximately 4 million viewers. In the United Kingdom, the pilot episode achieved 1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Covid crisis- Complete lockdown from Saturday 8pm to 5am on Monday in Bengaluru.
Baby and Funny Sookie and Sam investigate her most recent vision. You'll Be the Death of Me. Sookie finds a link to the string of killings in Bon Temps. Episode 6 Cold Ground While a tragedy sends Sookie in search of a place far from others' inner voices, Jason suffers withdrawal symptoms from a recent habit. Episode 7 Burning House Of Love Bill takes action after hearing Sookie's distressing recollection about her uncle, while Tara resorts to desperate measures to help her mother.
Season 1 Episodes. Episode User Score. More You Might Like. Next, Sookie Stackhouse,a waitress at a local Bar notices a vampire who walks in. Tara is furious at Lafayette for selling V-juice to Jason and makes him promise to apologize.
When Jason stops by, however, Lafayette convinces him to give vamp blood another try and instructs him on how to take it properly. At Merlotte's, Sam seizes his opportunity with Sookie and asks her to go with him to the Descendents of the Glorious Dead meeting and she agrees.
Her suspicions about Tara and her brother are also raised when she learns that Tara lied to the police in order to give Jason an alibi for Dawn's murder. That night at the D. Among them are three rednecks named Chuck, Wayne and Royce, who are stirring up some trouble. Adele introduces Bill and he recounts the story about the loss of his friend Tolliver Humphries during the Civil War.
The Mayor of Bon Temps presents Bill with a photograph of his long-lost wife and children, which stirs powerful emotions in Bill.
After the meeting, Sookie and Sam go out for coffee. Everything is going well until the conversation turns to vampires and Sam insists that Bill is dangerous, no matter how she feels about him. This causes Lafayette to fly into a rage and slams the burger in the man's face. A very-stoned Jason professes his deep love for Tara, who is smart enough to wait until he is sober for this conversation. Bill is paid a visit at his house by Sheriff Bud Dearborne and Andy, who question him about the murders.
Bill insists that no vampire could resist a body full of human blood, and since the victims were not exsanguinated, the murderer could not be a vampire. After they leave, Bill remembers how he was turned into a vampire by a woman named Lorena as he was making his way home to his family. She allows him to see them one last time from a distance, but assures him that his old life is over.
Tara catches Jason having sex with Randi Sue in the alley behind Merlotte's, which infuriates her. Sookie takes a cab home from her dismal date with Sam and finds her Gran lying on the kitchen floor, dead and in a pool of her own blood. Sam and Bill, both very protective and territorial, promise to watch over Sookie, who refuses to leave the house her grandmother and she shared.
As soon as Mike Spencer has Adele's body removed, Sookie is in the kitchen scrubbing up her Gran's blood. Andy and Bud discuss the case and although Andy regrets releasing Jason Stackhouse, Bud doubts he could murder his own grandmother. The next day, Sookie holds a wake for Adele in the house, which is full of nosy townspeople. Sookie loses it when Maxine Fortenberry attempts to make room in the fridge by moving the last pie Adele made before she was killed.
Tara and Lafayette take Sookie upstairs and tell her not to worry about entertaining the people downstairs and to just feel whatever she's feeling. Sookie confesses that she doesn't think she is feeling anything at all. Jason, oblivious to his Gran's death, shows up at work stoned on V and learns the news from Hoyt and Rene.
He races over to the wake, storms into Sookie's room and smacks her square on the face, screaming that it was her fault. Tara pushes Jason out, telling him she doesn't even know who he is anymore. Tara tries to comfort her, but the damage is already done. Outside, Andy confronts Jason and practically accuses him of murdering Adele and Jason shoves Andy down as though he weighed nothing.
Jason is disturbed by the vampire she's having sex with, seeing his bones bend and him go rapidly fast, Maudette gives Jason oral sex to take his mind off it.
Back at the bar, Sookie tries to down-talk Tara and Sam's discriminating behavior towards the vampire. While checking in on them, Sookie overhears Mack and Denise's thoughts and hear they're planning to drain him. Sookie tries to save him by telling him to stay, but sees they left and runs after him, causing Sam to leave as well, forcing Tara to monitor the bar. Listening in on their thoughts, she follows where it's most loud, and along the way, picks up a metal chain from the back of a truck, for self-defense.
After watching the vampire-sex-tape, Jason and Maudette both have rough sex, with Jason being dominant and calling her rough, offensive, vampire-related terms, as he gets rougher. Outside the bar, the Rattrays have pinned the vampire to the ground with silver chains and are draining him.
Mack is worried about their timing, and how they're going keep him and use him for their personal use. They're obviously addicted to vampire blood. Pacing and worrying, they don't notice Sookie coming behind them. She whacks him on the arm with the chain she picked up. After he comes at her with a knife, she flings the chain at him and it miraculously wraps around his neck and begins to choke him, causing him to drop the knife in the process.