"I feel ... nothing. You humans just fucking love your pain, don't you? Being in it. You even consider it a virtue. Cry the most at a funeral, you must be the best person. You promise to never forget each other, you promise to feel the sting of loss forever... To you, forever is just the blink of an eye. Your lives are pathetically brief. When we say forever, we have to mean it. So we move past our pain, we heal, we move on. Because pain is a worthless emotion. He was everything to me, he Released me, it hurt, I'm over it. He's nobody."
He doesn't believe her; Pam wasn't hungry anymore anyway.
Sam stops Nicole from calling her parents, because that is so dumb even Sam knows it's dumb, but then on a larger scale of dumbness they are staying in the same motel as Daddy Herveaux, so he sees their whole fight go down while he's getting ice for himself and his guest, the Unfriendly Possum bitch.
GEN POP F
Jess is in no mood for her jail blood, and a million hissing sisters come running up at a sign of weakness, so a random Claire Forlani/Anna Waronker kind of lady steps in to help Tara defend her, and they all run away from the lady, and then the lady is like, "Guess you owe me." Which I guess we're doing that whole caged heat thing, fine.
Willa is not a Gen Pop Vamper, she's a VIP. (VIV.) She and Tara call out to each other, and then suddenly Willa's getting sexually harassed by her gross guard, who tells her Daddy can't save her, so that's another thing that is gross.
Leaves a voicemail for Sookie about how he messed things up with Jess and he needs to make it right, and just as you're thinking, "You dumb fool, this ain't a date gone awry," you realize where he's headed: Into the LAVTF Recruitment Center. That is some hot romance right there. Jason is so great right now. Even if he thinks Niall is babysitting her, due to not remembering anything that happened last week except having dream sex with her boyfriend.
After a fair amount of sass from Lafayette -- and, awesomely, a psychic assist from Sookie herself -- the Stackhouses reluctantly show up to explain themselves, through a flashback.
Warlow: "Are you not listening? Sookie's a faerie, her blood's royal. Like mine. Didn't you ever wonder why she could read your minds?"
Michelle: "I just thought she was weird, like her grandfather."