Sookie: Jason, you look me in the eye and you tell me the truth. Did you kill Dawn?
Jason: What? No. Sookie... Look, when Maudette died I thought I might of done it, and it turned out I didn't. With Dawn, I don't even think I might have done it, so I know I didn't

Sookie: I think we need to stop seeing each other.
Bill: Why?!
Sookie: Because you don't breathe. You don't have any electrical what ever it is. Your friends would like nothing more than to rip my throat out and because vampires killed that preacher from the fellowship of the sun church and his wife and baby! You look me in the eye and tell me they didn't do it?
Bill: Human have killed millions up millions in senseless wars. I do not hold you responsible for that

Sookie: And... you and Diane dated?
Bill: We had sex once, just after she was made a vampire in the late 1930's.
Sookie: What? Gross. Bill, she so... they're all so...
Bill: Evil. Yes, they are. They share a nest and when vampires share a nest, they become more cruel, more vicious. They become laws unto themselves. Whereas vampires such as I, who live alone are much more likely to hang on to some semblance of our former humanity

Sookie: Bill, night before last I had to bury my bloody clothes because I didn't want my grandmother to know I was almost killed and tonight I was almost killed again! Why on earth would I continue seeing you?
Bill: Because you will never find a human man you can be yourself with

Jason: Look, Gran, I am the man in this family.
Gran: You are a man in this family, but I am the oldest person here and this is my house. You better respect me boy.
Bill: Actually, I'm the oldest person here

Bill: Can I ask you a personal question?
Sookie: Bill, you were just licking blood outta my head. I don't think it gets much more personal than that

Lafayette: All right, all right. I is on my way. But you might got ta find your own ride home. Just in case I get lucky.
Tara: Whatchu mean if you get lucky? Your standards are so low you always get lucky

Jason: A lot of Americans don't think you people deserve special rights.
Bill: They're the same rights you have.
Jason: No, I'm just saying there's a reason things are the way they are.
Bill: Yeah. It's called injustice. edit »

Sherriff Dearborne: Sookie, you're a good girl. I hate to see you go down this path.
Sookie: Well, lucky for you, Sherriff Dearborne, nobody's forcing you to watch

Sookie: Mmm. Is this sausage different from what you usually make?
Gran: No.
Sookie: Hmm. It tastes so much more complex than it usually does.
Gran: Oh, dear, you think it's gone bad.
Sookie: No, it's delicious. It's like I can close my eyes and I can see the farm the pig lived on and feel the sun and rain on my face and even taste the earth that the herbs grew out of

Sookie: What I am is telepathic. I can hear people's thoughts.
Bill: Even mine?
Sookie: No. That's why I like you so much. I can't hear you at all. You have no idea how peaceful it is, after a lifetime of... blah, blah, blah

Tara: My life sucks.
Sookie: Tara, don't you be feelin' sorry for yourself. That's just lazy.
Tara: But why can't I keep a job?
Sookie: Maybe because you can't keep your mouth shut.
Tara: Bitch, who asked you?

True Blood Quotes

This is Jesus. He's a Mexican. But he ain't rape me yet.

Mrs. Reynolds

J.D.: You're way too pretty to not be stupid.
Rikki: Yeah? What's your excuse?

True Blood Music

  Song Artist
Good behaviour Good Behaviour Powersolo iTunes
Pistol whip me Pistol Whip Me Acumen Nation iTunes
Crazed country rebel Crazed Country Rebel Hank Williams III iTunes