Eric when she is gone rolls his eyes because that speech could have come from literally any episode of any season and he is just about over her shit, and then tries to go into the UFO, but he can't because he isn't a faerie. It is cool, though: On the other side, things get dark and Warlow who is a vampire is like, "Oh no! A vampire!" But I guess since he's tied up that would be pretty scary. Mostly I want to see Eric Northman storm Heaven.
Has a nice little post-coital chat with Jessica about how nice sex is and how nice it is having one personality trait of just being super nice, and then they get shipped back to their respective Gen Pops.
On the way, Jessica is joined by Pam, who has fucked the psychiatrist into letting her go to Gen Pop so she can warn certain people but not all the people, and Jessica is both impressed and grossed out by Pam's ability to fuck any person for any reason.
Alcide drops off dumb Nicole and her mom, and Sam offers him a beer. Neither of them can even remember what they were mad about, but for once that's not because they are morons: It's because there was no reason for them to be mad at each other, at any point.
Steve Newlin is almost bullied out of his bottle of TruDeath by a mean man, but the guards make sure everybody gets some so they will all die. Lonely and also taking note of how James is amazing looking, Steve sits with him and because James is -- I don't know if you know this -- super nice, tells him not to drink the TruDeath. The more Steve won't shut up, you know how he gets, the less great James feels about saving his life.
Mom: "I don't even know what all this bullshit is about, but I do know I have tried to exit this storyline about a hundred times and you people keep not letting me."
Sam: "Just sleep on my bed and I will try not to fuck your daughter while that's happening."
Mom: "Thank you for this muumuu nightgown you let me borrow."
Sam: "It was my brother's."
He takes Nicole outside and they have the same boring fucking conversation as always -- "But how are you really holding up?" -- and then he hugs her and then he smells her. For a second they let you hope it's because she is now a werewolf, but of course not because that would rule. Which would violate the first directive of this show, which is that absolutely nothing having to do with werewolves or Sam Merlotte can ever rule. Maryann and Tommy are both gone. Which if you think about it, Sam had a pretty good run. But once those two sad bitches checked out, uh-uh. Now all he is, is to look at.