Terry sits on Andy's chest until he gives up V, then holds onto him tight because he is hallucinating and it's scary. Of note:
Andy: "You've been through so much. I ain't got no excuse."
Terry: "Plenty of men come back from war and don't live in a tree house."
Andy: "I'm so ashamed of myself I can't stand it. I don't want to be who I am."
Which is what the V was about to begin with, of course, but also what Tommy said, and Marnie, and New Eric, and Toni, and everybody else.
Andy: "What if it's ate my soul?"
Terry: "This is what rock bottom feels like, son. There's nothin' wrong with you deep inside. You're cryin', Andy. Men without souls do not cry... Who knows you better than me? Nobody. Not a person on this earth."
("I'll never forget about you. You're in my heart. Always. You're my brother. You are loved. I love you.")
Andy muses on how the treehouse is where he went to live when his parents died, and then Terry leaves him there to walk back into town, like a free man.
Night falls and the vampire squad shows up at MoonGoddess: Bill and Eric, Jess and Pam, dressed to the nines and looking ridiculous, with a '90s-sounding remix of the title song playing, and it's just ludicrous.
Next week: No idea, but it seems like Pam blows up MoonGoddess and possible Arlene wears a necklace made of toes.
Meantime: Man, that Tommy thing. I think it's like this, besides just loving him anyway: He was the youngest of the suicides. Younger than Andy, Marnie, Tara, even New Eric. And he was the youngest of the shapeshifters: Younger than Toni, Eric, Bill, even Alcide twisting around Debbie's insane needs, warping himself into new shapes. And he was the youngest of the two-natured: Younger than Eric, Sookie, younger even than Jessica most ways. He had the smallest life, the shortest and the least consequential, and he died for no real reason. He wasn't even collateral damage to the War -- that was just Them against Them. He never even found an Us.