It's scary. Lafayette waves a spatula around at her, moaning in fear, and she takes off... Right into Terry Bellefleur, who doesn't want her working because of the baby fears. Meanwhile, Lafayette is on the payphone in the back hallway, freaking right out, finally admitting about the demon head issue with Jesus, also blood and ghosts, and how probably he is turning schizophrenic like Ruby Jean, which I guess is why he has called the health care professional of his closest acquaintance. Jesus says he's on his way. "My new boyfriend, a drug dealing prostitute, is having a schizoid break. Can I use my flex time? I should really go see him." Jesus has a great boss, if that's how it went down.
When Alcide drives up, Russell assumes that his wolves are coming to rescue him, but they're not. Ginger, irrelevantly, offers to make Sookie a peanut butter and butter sandwich, which is much funnier than it should be thanks to her eternal gonzo weirdness. Sookie is romantic and soft-lit, immediately, "How did you know to come for me?" She's sort of bummed when he explains it's an Eric thing, and he finally gets the vibe and starts flirting back. "You in trouble again?" And the requisite answer: "When am I not in trouble?" 4It's your retarded behavior, yo!
Later they catch up and flirt and talk about Janice (fine) and Debbie (vanished) and Alcide says he's been dreaming about her and they are super cute and sweet. She asks him to be less of a nice guy, and he says he cannot, and Russell laughs about how he's a werewolf nice guy, and basically just seems desperate to be involved. The vampires wake up and Alcide notes the total weirdness between Bill and Sookie, which Bill hates.
Bill tries to like order Sookie to stay at Fangtasia! so Pam can take care of her, while Eric drags Russell out the door by his chains, but Sookie tells him that she knows she's vampire crack now, and doesn't trust any vampires, and nobody is invited into her home, and fuck everybody, and whatever. Alcide loves it. Bill and Alcide stare at each other and the vibe is palpable, to the point where Eric's like, "If you two have finished eye-fucking each other..."
Andy thinks about taking V, and the DEA guys drag Jason into his office for tipping them off and whatever. Andy yells at Jason for this and for telling Tara about Eggs, also. Jason tries to explain that it's not about them, separately or together, but in fact about taking care of these broken people: "Sometimes the right thing to do is the wrong thing. And I know I did the right thing."