Shake and Fingerpop
Episode 4 of 12 within Season Two. Item 16 of 78 overall.
Production number 204.
Alan Ball - Writer
Michael Lehmann - Director
7.62
19 votes

With Jessica in tow, Bill and Sookie head to Dallas to carry out Eric’s vampire-reconnaissance mission – but a surprise awaits them at the airport.  At the Light of Day Institute, Jason  falls victim to a practical joke, but has the last laugh when the Newlins anoint him for a higher calling. 

Maryann throws Tara a birthday party at Sookie’s, attracting much of Bon Temps to its Bacchanalian revelry.  Sam postpones his departure from town to attend the bash, connecting with Daphne in the process.  Having barely escaped Fangtasia, Lafayette finds himself reluctantly pulled back into Eric’s orbit.

original air date-July 12,2009                             rating--3.90 million

songs--Theme song-"Bad Things" by Jace Everett

  1. "Louisiana Hot Sauce" by Sammy Kershaw
  2. "Beni Beni (Acoustic)' by Niyaz
  3. "Wrong Path" by 5 Alarm Music
  4. "Walking In the Shadow of the Blues" by Little Charlie and the Night Cats
  5. "Rhythm Bound' by Steve Byers
  6. 'Nowhere to Go" by Black Toast
  7. "Shake and Fingerpop" by Junior Walker and the Allstars
  8. "Dig" by Headbone featuring Bubba Kendall
  9. "Wellness Farm" by Saafi Brothers
  10. "High Anxiety" by LA Post
  11. "(The Forgotten People)" by Thievery Corporation
  12. "The Final Challenge" by LA Post
  13. "Watch My Mouth" by Cazwell
  14. "Aqua Dub" by Peyote Sound System

Goof --Tara goes to visit LaFayette and he goes to the door to let her in, but he pretends to turn an already unlocked deadbolt.

Trivia--The hotel that Bill and Sookie check into in Dallas is called Carmilla. Carmilla, by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, is the title of one of the first vampire novels, published in 1872. It is the basis for numerous films, including Vampyr (1932), Et mourir de plaisir (1960), La cripta e l'incubo (1964), Carmilla (1999) and Carmilla (2011). Carmilla was also the name of the main vampire villain in Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust (2000)

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017 Never Let Me Go

alternative title

Also known as - Southern Vampire

regional titles

Dutch
Schud en Fingerpop
English
Shake and Fingerpop
French
Shake and Fingerpop
German
Shake und Fingerpop
Irish
Croith agus Fingerpop
Italian
Agitare e Fingerpop
Spanish
Agitar y Fingerpop