Eric Northman: [to Sookie] Everyone who claims to love you: your friends, your brother, even Bill Compton; they all gave up on you. I never did.
Eric Northman: Such a strange sensation when the reality matches what you've pictured in your mind so precisely.
Sookie Stackhouse: [trying to cover herself] Is this another dream? It's been a year. How much of you blood is left in me?
Eric Northman: It's not a dream. I assure you.
Sookie Stackhouse: Then how are you here? I rescinded your invitation.
Eric Northman: You don't own the house anymore.
[holding a set of keys]
Eric Northman: I do.
Sookie Stackhouse: Why would you do that? Why would you buy my house?
Sookie Stackhouse: Are you like, the head of the faeries or something?
Claudine Crane: Oh, hardly. No, I'm your... I'm your godmother.
Sookie Stackhouse: I have a fairy godmother?
Claudine Crane: Oh, it's not all fun and parties. Some of us have to work.
Sookie Stackhouse: Okay, if your job is to look after me, can I just say you suck. Do you know how many times I could have used a Fairy Godmother?
Claudine Crane: Well, you're still alive, aren't you? You're not exactly Miss Trouble-Free, you know.
Andy Bellefleur: [angry at Sookie, for disappearing] For thirteen months, I've had that open case on my books! If it weren't for you, this year's Louisiana Safe Streets plaque would be on my wall!
Eric Northman: Now the past year, there's been a lot of inflammatory talk from politicians warning their constituents not to trust vampires. But think about it for a second. Who would you rather trust? A vampire or a politician?
Tara Thornton: [when asked if she needs to go home] I'm better off here.
Lafayette Reynolds: [about the coven] We'll stay for five minutes. Ten if they got dranks.
Lafayette Reynolds: [about the Moon Goddess Emporuim] It smells like where old air freshners go to die.
Eric Northman: [to Sookie] I always new you were alive and if I owned the house, well then, I own you... Sookie, you are mine.
Sookie Stackhouse: [to Bill] I know I've lost an entire year, and I know you must have been worried for me, but in my mind it was just an hour ago that you broke my heart into a million pieces.
Sookie Stackhouse: The place where I went, time just works differently.
Jason Stackhouse: I believe you. I do, but Sook, if you start telling people that you time traveled to a place full of fairies, they're going to put you away.
Sookie Stackhouse: I can't believe Tara would just move away.
Lafayette Reynolds: After what she'd been through?
Sookie Stackhouse: Yeah, okay. I guess I can.
Earl Stackhouse: [In the fairy world] Twenty years! I can't understand how... I swear, I've only been here a few hours.
Sookie Stackhouse: You've been here all this time?
Earl Stackhouse: I... I must have lost track of time. It's just, everything seems so... lovely.
Sookie Stackhouse: [to Earl, about the fairies] 'This' is a trap.
Queen Mab: The 'trap' is the world you left behind.
Queen Mab: The future of our kind is in peril. A vampire breached our realm because he'd had a taste of faerie blood. Your blood. In the old kingdom, vampires nearly drank us to extinction. They drove us onto this plane.
Sookie Stackhouse: Well, it won't happen again. I'm staying away from vampires. I can guaran-damn-tee you that.
Queen Mab: Oh, I know. We can't have bearers of the fae on the human plane any longer. We've sown too many seeds with humans. Now it is time to harvest!
Sookie Stackhouse: Harvest?
Sookie Stackhouse: You're harvesting *people*.
Arlene Fowler: [about Mikey and his toys] Decapitating Barbie dolls? What the hell kind of baby does that?
Terry Bellefleur: Just boys. Regular, ordinary, curious boys. When I was a kid, I used to put squirrel heads on lizard bodies and invent new animals.
Jessica Hamby: [to Hoyt] Do you understand how gross human food is to a vampire? It's all dead, permanently. Forever dead! Going to the Piggly Wiggly for me is like going to the morgue for you.
Sookie Stackhouse: [while channel surfing] TV sure hasn't gotten any better in the last year.
Nan Flanagan: I have proof. Scentific. People are far dumber than they realize.
Jason Stackhouse: I'm not saying anything happened just now, but if something did happen, it didn't happen.
Jessica Hamby: Me and Hoyt, we, we moved in together.
Pam De Beaufort: That tree with the plaid shirt has a name? He seems sweet and all, but if you're making him bring you here, I have a hunch that it's not enough.
Jessica Hamby: Well, it was his idea. You know, like a date night.
Pam De Beaufort: Mmm. The way you're eye-fucking fang-bangers from across the room, that's especially romantic.
Pam De Beaufort: [to Jessica] The restrooms are for humans. Do I need to explain why?
Jason Stackhouse: Jesus Christ, we thought you were dead! We've been lookin' everywhere for you. We, we figured a vampire must have did it. Bill or, or maybe that crazy tall one.
Sookie Stackhouse: Hold on, hold on. Stop a second. What is today's date?
Jason Stackhouse: Today is uh, October twenty-first.
Sookie Stackhouse: I've been gone two weeks?
Jason Stackhouse: Uh, Sook... You've been gone twelve and a half months.
Holly Cleary: That's Marnie. We'll introduce you to her later.
Lafayette Reynolds: She look like she could use a nap.
Katerina Pelham: Oh, no. She's transported herself to another plane. That's how she can contact the spirits of the dead.
Lafayette Reynolds: Does she ever find anybody?
Holly Cleary: Well, it's like fishing. Cast your line into the dark, sometimes you get a response, sometimes you don't.
Katerina Pelham: On nights we don't, there's always vodka.
Arlene Fowler: We were gonna name the baby after you.
Terry Bellefleur: But then it turned out to be a boy, and there ain't no boy version of Sookie.
Sam Merlotte: How's that physical therapy I'm paying for?
Tommy Mickens: Well, could use a couple more months. How's that anger management class?
Sam Merlotte: Might need to go more often.
Sam Merlotte: I knew it was wrong even before I pulled the trigger. It was like some other person fired that gun, and there was nothin' I could do to stop him.
Emory Broome: Oh, yeah. I've been there.
Suzanne McKittrick: Mmm, me, too.
Luna Garza: All of us.
Suzanne McKittrick: Yeah, luckily, I didn't have a gun at the time, or I'd have been a widow a long time ago.