"I See Your True Colors and That's Why I Hate You"
Series Being Human
Season 1, Episode 7
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Air date February 28th, 2011
Writers Jeremy Carver; Anna Fricke
Director Jeremiah S. Chechik
Producers Gilles Perreault; Elissa Lewis; Cari A. Davine; Evan Tussman; Adam Kane; Rob Pursey; Toby Whithouse; Jeremy Carver; Anna Fricke; Michael Prupas; Irene Litinsky; Keith Samples
Starring Sam Witwer; Meaghan Rath; Sam Huntington
Episode guide
"It Takes Two to Make a Thing Go Wrong"
"Children Shouldn't Play With Undead Things"

"I See Your True Colors and That's Why I Hate You" is the seventh episode of season one of the North American television series Being Human. The episode was directed by Jeremiah S. Chechik and written by series developers Jeremy Carver and Anna Fricke. It first aired in the United States on Monday, February 28th, 2011 on Syfy. It premiered in Canada on the Space channel. In this episode, Josh takes Emily back home to recover from her injuries at the hands of Marcus. It is an uncomfortable family reunion as Josh has not spoken with his parents in over two years. They know that he believes that he is a werewolf, and Josh squeamishly attempts to convince them otherwise. Marcus is not done with the Levinson family just yet however and it is up to Aidan to save the day once again.

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  • This episode is rated TV-14.

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  • The title to this episode is taken from the title track of the 1986 Cyndi Lauper album True Colors. The lyric from the song is actually "I see your true colors, and that's why I love you".

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UK Series

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