|"You're No Good"|
Season 6, Episode 3
|Airdate||June 30th, 2013|
|Producer||Robin Veith; Bruce Dunn; David Auge; Marlis Pujol; Rob Des Hotel; Angela Robinson; Raelle Tucker; Alexander Woo; Brian Buckner; Mark Hudis; Alan Ball; Gregg Fienberg; Christina Jokanovich; Luis M. Patiño|
|Starring||Anna Paquin; Stephen Moyer; Sam Trammell; Ryan Kwanten; Rutina Wesley; Alexander Skarsgård; Chris Bauer; Kristin Bauer van Straten; Lauren Bowles; Nelsan Ellis; Lucy Griffiths; Rutger Hauer; Arliss Howard; Rob Kazinsky; Todd Lowe; Joe Manganiello; Michael McMillian; Kelly Overton; Robert Patrick; Carrie Preston; Jurnee Smollett-Bell; Deborah Ann Woll|
"You're No Good" is the third episode of season six of the supernatural drama series True Blood and the sixty-third episode of the series overall. It was directed by Howard Deutch with a script written by Mark Hudis. The episode first aired on HBO on Sunday, June 30th, 2013 at 9:00 pm. In this episode, Vampire Bill discovers some new super-powers. Eric Northman abducts Willa Burrell as leverage against her father, the Governor. A group of young activists meet up with the werewolf pack with disastrous results. Niall Brigant discovers a faerie slaughter, and Ben Flynn becomes Sookie's house guest.
Note: Listings marked with a (†) symbol indicate cast members who are credited in this episode, but their character does not make an appearance.
Guest Starring Edit
|Dale Dickey||Martha Bozeman|
|Amelia Rose Blaire||Willa Burrell|
|John Fleck||Doctor Overlark|
|Keone Young||Hido Takahashi|
|John Rezig||Deputy Kevin Ellis|
|Jamie Gray Hyder||Danielle|
|Chloe Noelle||Emma Garza|
|Giles Matthey||Claude Crane|
|Andrew Thacher||Officer Innes|
|Linc Hand||Officer Stutz|
|Nate Bailey||Burly were|
|Sam Schuder||11 year old faerie girl #2|
|Chloe East||11 year old faerie girl #3|
|Thomas Lumberg, Jr.||LAVTF agent Jones|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- True Blood was created by Alan Ball. It is based on the "Sookie Stackhouse" series of novels by author Charlaine Harris.
- This episode is rated TV-MA.
- "TB: You're No Good" serves as a shortcut to this page.
- This episode is included on disc one of the True Blood: The Complete Sixth Season DVD and Blu-ray collections. It includes a five-minute "Inside the Episode" featurette with director Howard Deutch.
- This is the first episode of True Blood directed by Howard Deutch. He directs five episodes of the series in total. His next episode is "Don't You Feel Me".
- This is the fifth and final episode of True Blood written by Mark Hudis. It is his only episode from season five of the series. He previously wrote "Somebody That I Used to Know".
- The title of this episode is taken from the song "You're No Good", which was written in 1963 by Clint Ballard, Jr. and first performed by Dee Dee Warwick. This version of the song is performed by the Plasticines and is played during the closing credits of the episode.
- Reference is made to Russell Edgington in this episode. Russell Edgington was an ancient vampire from Mississippi. He was killed by Eric Northman in the season five episode, "Save Yourself".
- Jason Stackhouse makes several references to his late parents, Corbett and Michelle Stackhouse. Due to a head injury, Jason has recently been hallucinating about seeing racist versions of his parents appearing before him. This happened last in "Save Yourself".
- Nicole Wright makes reference to Luna Garza in this episode. Luna is the mother of Emma Garza (identified as Emma Bozeman in this episode). She was killed in "Save Yourself".
- This is the ninth and final appearance of Claude Crane, who dies in this episode.
- This is the second and final appearance of Mustard, who is one of the fae; dies in this episode.
- This is the first and only appearance of Officer Innes, who is a sheriff's deputy for Caddo Parish.
- This is the first and only appearance of Officer Stutz, who is a sheriff's deputy for Caddo Parish.
- This is the first appearance of Doctor Orverlark. He makes five appearances in the series in total.
- This is the first appearance of Hido Takahashi. He makes five appearances in the series in total.
- Nora Gainsborough only makes a cameo appearance in this episode. This is her fourteenth appearance on the series.
- With the exception of Bill Compton, vampires must be invited to enter one's personal residence. Eric Northman does so as he enters Ginger's residence, as does Pam De Beaufort. However, Tara Thornton gets one shoulder into the house before Ginger gives her full consent.
- Officer Innes addresses himself as a police officer for Caddo County. He actually should have said that he worked for Caddo Parish.
- Bill Compton: You are dead to me, Sookie Stackhouse.
- Eric Northman: Hello Governor!
- Truman Burrell: You took my Willa.
- Eric Northman: I did.
- Truman Burrell: She's still alive?
- Eric Northmanc: She is.
- Truman Burrell: Can you prove that to me?
- Eric Northman: I won't. Now here's why. Your Willa won't be alive for long.
- Tara Thornton: It's savage ass shit like that, that makes humans hate us.
- Sookie Stackhouse: I do know that Grandpa Niall, but you gotta realize I can barely remember the last time I wasn't in danger. Danger is a fact of life for me, so if I get worked up every time I'm in trouble it's like I'm crying wolf to myself. So I try to keep an even keel, I take regular danger in stride and that way I still have a real healthy fear inside me for when the shit really hits the fan.
- Sookie Stackhouse: Listen to yourself, you really believe you're god? You're not god Bill! You're just an asshole!
- Eric Northman: Are you daddy's little girl Willa? Does he love you more than his own life? So if I tear you apart, right down here, would that devastate him and would it rip his fucking heart out?
- Andy Bellefleur: Damn it girls! How many times I have to tell you? Hand lasers off!
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