As much as I side with Bill on general principal, it's a brilliant move to have Jessica voice the younger, quick-to-revenge viewpoint. In other circumstances it would be Blackburn doing this, and Pam, but putting just these two of them in a room together and having them debate this thing makes it so much more real, because Jessica rules so hard. Bill says, "We deserve this, culturally, and we'll make it right," because first blood will always go the vampires, because they're the predators. And then you've got Jessica saying, "We didn't do a fucking thing, kemosabe. This one's on Antonia." And she's right too, because as far as she's concerned, everyone she knows is about to die, blameless.
Eric's not doing so great, under the floorboards, and he's conflicted enough that you could almost think it's starting already. He recklessly begs Sookie to remove the silver, that he doesn't want her to remember him bleeding under silver, and she says a very canny thing: It's not the first time she's seen him this way. At the Fellowship, he willingly gave himself to Newlin so that Sookie and Godric could go free, and that was how their little family-of-three got started. Eric gets her to admit that she maybe loved him a little even at that point, and she just refuses to go there because he was so complicated back then that she has been blotting it all out the whole time, which takes him the next logical step:
Eric: "Sookie, I don't want my memory back. If you can overlook the things I've done, and forgive me for them, I don't want to remember. I'm perfectly happy as I am with you."
Sookie, nearly chuckling: "Uh yeah, me too, but I'm still not letting you out."
Luna: "You got a lot of nerve showing up here. Too bad about the educational crisis in this country, or I would call the security guys we used to have."
Sam: "I am very confused when people don't treat me like the nicest person."
Luna: "Well, you were amazingly a dick to me the other night when we fucked."
And then, pleasantly surprising this, they instantly put together the fact that Sam was never there, and all the barfing blood and fever of Tommy, and realize that Tommy kind of raped her. They both think about barfing, but it's not because they are skinwalkers: Just the regular kind.
Andy shows up for his Holly date, and Arlene exposits that -- since Terry is a Bellefleur -- they've been living at the Bellefleur mansion while their house is getting rebuilt. I would like to see more of this: Caroline and Portia dealing with the onslaught of Andy, Terry and Arlene all at the same time. You don't even need a poltergeist devil-baby to see the comedic potential there.