True Blood

Season 4 Episode 12

And When I Die

12
Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Sep 11, 2011 on HBO
AIRED:
8.3
out of 10
User Rating
290 votes
13

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Episode Summary

The souls of the dead rise up in Bon Temps. Sookie makes some important associations. Jesus and Lafayette's connection is imperiled. Sam and Luna imagine a happy and perfect future. Sookie and Tara are confronted by Debbie.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Meh, an okay episode that wasn't really necessary.

    5.5
    A disappointing finale to a great season. Besides, the previous episode almost felt like a finale... this one was just a step back in a wrong direction. Everything felt so forced and predictable.
  • Ok last ep

    6.0
    I am a little dissapointed that Jesus had to die in the episode however killing of Tera was the best thing they the writers decided to do. Her character was annoying and obnoxious... I can't wait for the new season to start but all i can say is that I hope they don't bring Tera "over"
  • It was time

    8.0
    I'm still not sure why it was necessary to kill of Jesus, it was nice that Lafayette had someone to be with and he was an interesting character, minor, but he definitely didn't take away from the show.



    I can't say how happy I am that they killed off Tera. She may have been with the show from the beginning, but come on, you must admit she was getting extremely annoying. All the whining and vampire hating had to stop. The reason for a good rating of this episode was because of the last 2 mins- Tera and Debbie are both dead. Does this mean Suki will be with Alcide now? Who are we kidding, he's way too hot for her!moreless
  • 412

    6.5
    Don't get me wrong, I guess the episode was alright, but throughout the whole thing I just got the feeling of, "This is it? This is the finale?" They wrapped up the majority of the storylines, but they kind of did that in last week's show, which I mentioned last week, so the episode and the season correlation was a bit out of whack. It was somewhat enjoyable, but when you get a season finale you expect a blowaway show and this was not.moreless
  • A complete disaster. The ending is worth watching. The rest of the episode can be easily forgotten. Waste of time.

    2.0
    If it weren't for the last ten minutes of the episode, this would be a complete disaster. In fact it is still a disaster but the last ten minutes are worth watching just to see what turns the fifth season might bring.

    In overall the whole episode was a real disappointment. Death of Jesus and Tara was predicatable. There was clearly no point in keeping these characters in the show. Of course some might think that they can be resurrected or something but if the plot goes the way of them dying nothing is lost. The third death of Nan was also a matter of time and I am glad they finally decided to do it.

    I guess writers have seen the bunch of critisism the fourth season received and are trying to correct the mistakes turning the show on the right path. Who knows, maybe they will manage to do it, but we will find out about it next year.

    In the middle of this season I was sceptic if it is worth waiting for the next one. Right now I am giving the show a credit and hope it will be brought back on track as it did in the last minutes of this episode. Nevertheless, in any way it does not change my score.moreless
Paola Turbay

Paola Turbay

Antonia

Guest Star

Scott Foley

Scott Foley

Patrick Devins

Guest Star

Jayden Lund

Jayden Lund

Doug

Guest Star

Brit Morgan

Brit Morgan

Debbie Pelt

Recurring Role

Tara Buck

Tara Buck

Ginger

Recurring Role

Dale Raoul

Dale Raoul

Maxine Fortenberry

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (1)

    • Antonia: I was trapped between worlds for four hundred years, lost, and driven mad by my rage. I do not want that for you.
      Marnie: And what about what I want? Nobody cares what I want. All my life I've been afraid, and who wouldn't be, with dead people muttering in my ears? Making me deliver your messages. Making me into a freak! A creepy, pathetic, terrified mess muttering to herself in the corner.
      Antonia: But that is not who you are anymore.
      Marnie: No, that's right. I'm not afraid anymore. I've got real power now, and you want to take that away from me. (pointing to Bill and Eric) You want them to win.

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