Eric's ringtone is "Ain't We Got Fun?", a popular foxtrot published in 1921. Richard A. Whiting wrote the music with Raymond B. Egan and Gus Kahn provided the lyrics. The song reflected the mood that dominated much of the decade called the Roaring Twenties.
Sookie: Who would we be if we were normal? It's hard to even picture it. Would we live in Gran's house or your house?
Bill: Both. We'd be married, happily married.
Sookie: And I'm not a waitress anymore. I'm...I'm going to college. No, I'm a real estate agent and I'm really rich.
Bill: I teach third grade and I love my job.
Sookie: We'll have a big flower garden.
Bill: We grow vegetables.
Sookie: Tara comes over for dinner and sometimes we double date with Arlene and Terry.
Bill: And I go fishing with Jason.
Sookie: We don't even know Eric Northman.
Bill: Everything is peaceful.
Bill: When this is over, let's begin again. We'll be new.
Sookie: Will we? I don't know. I don't know if people change, even when they try.
Bill: We can if we want to. Do you want to?
Sookie: You know I do.
Summer: I even offered him my virginity and he turned me down flat.
Maxine: (handing Summer a handkerchief) Summer, I appreciate that, even if you broke God's law.
Summer: It's my fault. I'm not tall like her. Can't even reach stuff on my own closet shelf without a grabber. And I'm not pretty like her.
Maxine: (shaking her head) Oh, don't say such a thing! She's not even alive! And you are cute as pigs.
Original International Air Dates:
Germany - December 9, 2010 on Syfy
Czech Republic - February 1, 2011 on HBO
United Kingdom - March 25, 2011 on FX/FX HD
"Blessa" by Toro Y Moi (Layfayette and Jesus discuss their V trip)
"You Are My Sunshine" by Nathan Barr (cell phone interrupts Eric and Russell at the museum)
"Tears Will Be The Chaser (For Your Wine)" by Wanda Jackson (Tara confronts Andy at Merlotte's about the cover up)
"The Ghost Who Walks" by Karen Elson (after firing Tommy, Sam kicks everyone out of Merlotte's)
"Africa La" by Beto Villares (Lafayette wakes up and sees his religious dolls talking to him) "Help The Poor" by BB King and Eric Clapton (Tara and Sam have late night drinks)
"Fresh Blood" by Eels (ending credits)