Season 6, Episode 8
|Airdate||August 4th, 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|
|Previous||"In the Evening"|
"Dead Meat" is the eighth episode of season six of the supernatural drama series True Blood and the sixty-eighth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Michael Lehmann with a script written by Robin Veith. The episode first aired on HBO on Sunday, August 4th, 2013 at 9:00 pm.
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Notes & Trivia Edit
- This is the second and final appearance of Ms. Suzuki, who dies in this episode. She first appeared in the season premiere, "Who Are You, Really?".
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