Sookie, of course, wants to know why in this flashback Eric and Godric are wearing SS costumes -- it's hard to consider either of them a sex object when they do that, unless you're really sheltered and/or shitty -- and essentially I guess these guys, the Fuck You Crew, were Nazis at that time but aren't like because of that. "This pack dates back a lot farther than the Nazi Party... They're much more than that. These are not ordinary werewolves, they're organized, well-funded, highly trained, and fueled by vampire blood." So they're like the trash that trash threw out, essentially.
Sookie wonders why Eric didn't just tell her this tender tale of woe last night, not that it means all that much since we still don't know why Eric was being so intense or who the vampire in question -- Russell? -- even was, but then she doesn't know who Russell is either, yet, so I guess that horrible idea will see light in a later episode. Eric admits that he wouldn't mind if Bill vanished forever, but he's "risking everything" to tell Sookie this incredibly vague and elliptical and not-very-helpful vignette in order to satisfy his debt to her, now that Werwolf is after her.
Eric makes like he's leaving, after all that enigmatic (even for him) this-and-that, but he's not leaving: Sookie's going to invite him in. "So I can protect you. Or have passionate primal sex with you. How about both?" Sookie, hilariously, instructs him not to try and distract her with nasty talk, and he smirks that he already has, but then there's her engagement ring right there on her finger, and he's like "Dang."
Warm blood bisque infused with rose petals is the next dish in Mississippi, and Russell's waxing on about the natural gas resources in Louisiana, the music, the general excitement of stretching beyond one's borders. Not to mention Sophie-Anne, whom he characterizes as a "delightful eccentric" before Talbot rudely compares her madness to that of "a monkey on a trike." Russell gives Talbot a tiny little smackdown about saying everything we think, and goes on. "For a number of reasons, she's incapable of managing her Queendom." If he knows about the money, then, wouldn't he also be able to figure out the V scheme? And why did this show make her so sucky and weird?