|Air date||July 11th, 2010|
|Writers||Kate Barnow; Elisabeth Finch |
|Producers||Alan Ball; Brian Buckner; Bruce Dunn; Claire Falconer; W. Mark McNair; Nancy Oliver; Raelle Tucker; Alexander Woo|
|Starring||Anna Paquin; Stephen Moyer; Sam Trammell; Ryan Kwanten; Rutina Wesley; Kevin Alejandro; Marshall Allman; Chris Bauer; Kristin Bauer van Straten; Nelsan Ellis; Mariana Klaveno; Todd Lowe; Denis O'Hare; Jim Parrack; Carrie Preston; Lindsay Pulsipher; William Sanderson; Alexander Skarsgård; Deborah Ann Woll|
"It Hurts Me Too"
"9 Crimes" is the fourth episode of season three of the supernatural drama series True Blood and the twenty-eighth episode of the series overall. It was directed by David Petrarca and written by Kate Barnow and Elisabeth R. Finch. It first aired on HBO on Sunday evening, July 11th, 2010 at 10:00 pm. In this episode, Sookie Stackhouse is reeling after her unkind telephone break-up with Bill. She begins to form a stronger bond with Alcide Herveaux, who tells her about his crazy ex-girlfriend, Debbie Pelt. Sam Merlotte has more family issues to deal with as he discovers that Joe Lee, Melinda and Tommy Mickens are homeless and living out of their van in the parking lot at Merlotte's Bar and Grill. Meanwhile, Franklin continues to use his glamor to squeeze information out of Tara Thornton and finally puts the bite on her. The Magister arrives at Fangtasia and is unpleased with the rumors he has been hearing about the illegal sale of v.
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Guest Stars[edit | edit source]
|Grant Bowler||Cooter Johnson|
|Joe Manganiello||Alcide Herveaux|
|Brit Morgan||Debbie Pelt|
|Tanya Wright||Kenya Jones|
|Theo Alexander||Talbot Angelis|
|James Frain||Franklin Mott|
|Gregory Sporleder||Calvin Norris|
|J. Smith-Cameron||Melinda Mickens|
|Cooper Huckabee||Joe Lee Mickens|
|James Harvey Ward||Felton Norris|
|Grey Damon||Kitch Maynard|
|Dawn Olivieri||Janice Herveaux|
|John Rezig||Deputy Kevin Ellis|
|Kevin Fry Bowers||Turk|
|Mark Casimir Dyniewicz||Werewolf|
|David Pryor||Merlotte's patron|
|Eric Shackelford||Wild biker|
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- This is the second episode of True Blood written by Kate Barnow and Elisabeth Finch. They previously wrote "New World In My View". They're next episode is "I Smell a Rat".
- Bud Dearborne does not appear in the series again until the season five episode, "In the Beginning".
- First appearance of Debbie Pelt.
- This is the last episode with Bud Dearborne as a series regular, though he still retains opening title credits throughout the remainder of the season. Bud returns in the season five episode, "In the Beginning". Details from Bud's retirement party foreshadows events that take place in "Everybody Wants to Rule the World".
- This is the only appearance on True Blood made by actor Mark Casimir Dyniewicz who plays a werewolf. He is uncredited for his participation in this episode. Mark also played a mental patient at Briarcliff Manor in five episodes from season two of the FX Network series American Horror Story. True Blood season three actor Denis O'Hare was a regular cast member in season one of that series.
- First appearance of Felton Norris.
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- Bill Compton: Believe what you want. You are no longer of concern to me. Do not try to find me. I do not wish to be found.
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