|"We'll Meet Again"|
Season 5, Episode 4
|Airdate||July 1st, 2012|
|Producer||Bruce Dunn; Marlis Pujol; David Auge; Angela Robinson; Mark Hudis; Raelle Tucker; Alexander Woo; Brian Buckner; Alan Ball; Gregg Fienberg; Christina Jokanovich; Luis M. Patiño|
|Starring||Anna Paquin; Stephen Moyer; Sam Trammell; Ryan Kwanten; Rutina Wesley; Alexander Skarsgård; Chris Bauer; Kristin Bauer van Straten; Lauren Bowles; Valentina Cervi; Michael McMillian; Nelsan Ellis; Janina Gavankar; Lucy Griffiths; Todd Lowe; Joe Manganiello; Christopher Meloni; Denis O'Hare; Jim Parrack; Carrie Preston; Deborah Ann Woll|
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"We'll Meet Again" is the fourth episode of season five of the vampire television series True Blood and the fifty-second episode of the series overall. It was directed by Romeo Tirone with a script written by Alexander Woo. The episode first aired on HBO on Sunday, July 1st, 2012 at 10:00 pm.
Pam De Beaufort gets to the "Curl Up and Fry" salon just in time to stop Tara Thornton from killing herself in a tanning bed. Tara asserts that she cannot live as a vampire and attempts to turn the bed back on despite Pam telling her not to. As Tara's maker, Pam commands Tara not to ever do it again. An angry Tara is compelled to turn off the tanning bed.
Sookie Stackhouse tries to apologize to Alcide Herveaux as he drives out of the Merlotte's Bar and Grill parking lot. Lafayette runs over to Sookie and learns that she told Alcide everything. Sookie tells Lafayette that they can't keep lying or they'll keep digging themselves deeper. Lafayette says that he doesn't enjoy the lies, but expected Sookie to keep quiet about murdering Debbie Pelt after the multiple times he has covered for her. Sookie tells Lafayette that she didn't tell Alcide about him being involved, but Lafayette refuses to listen. Sookie tries to reason with him, saying that they have to start doing right and that it'll be okay. Lafayette says Sookie will survive, as usual, but she always leaves a trail of bodies behind as a result. Lafayette then calls Sookie the angel of death and leaves her crying.
Bill Compton and Eric Northman climb out of the back of a jeep on a deserted back road. The guards that dropped them off throw them a set of car keys and drive off. Bill and Eric discuss who could have freed Russell Edgington. Eric says only four people knew where he was, him and Bill included. Bill hits the key's alarm to locate the car and tells Eric that he'll drive.
Principal Cast Edit
Note: Listings marked with a (†) symbol indicate cast members who are credited in this episode, but their character does not make an appearance.
Guest Stars Edit
|Brian Geraghty||Brian Eller|
|John Rezig||Kevin Ellis|
|Carolyn Hennesy||Rosalyn Harris|
|Christopher Heyerdahl||Dieter Braun|
|Jacob Hopkins||Alexander Drew|
|Lindsey Haun||Hadley Hale|
|Chris Butler||Emory Broome|
|Christina Moore||Suzanne McKittrick|
|Linda Purl||Barbara Pelt|
|Steve Rankin||Gordon Pelt|
|Conor O'Farrell||Judge Clements|
|Jamie Renee Smith||Melanie|
|Lawrence Adimora||Jemarcus Kessler|
|Jonathan Kowalsky||Todd Jeffries|
|Dave Marlin||Iraqi teen|
|Mike Akrawi||Iraqi man|
|Anna Khaja||Iraqi woman|
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