Sam and Daphne are all post-coital on the pool table talking about her horrible scars all over her back, and she's like, "Craziest thing. I was running around the woods in the form of an animal and something grabbed me -- possibly the late '90s acid-jazz doucheband Jamiroquai -- and then I was almost in a coma, but now I'm fine. But enough about me, let's talk about your self-hating lack of shapeshifter pride, and how you should really love yourself and stop being so whatever, because this is a post-vampire world we're living in, and you aren't alone anymore, and you can trust people and let them in because life is for the living." Basically, the three things Daphne always says? She says them, all in a row, while naked. Honey, you lost me talking about what we were "put on this big ol' round ball to do," because nobody fucking says that or would ever say that, and it's embarrassing.
Over at Sookie's it is kind of a rough morning because there's something wrong with the water heater, so the carnies that have infiltrated are trying to deal with basic shit and get it fixed. Eggs is mainly hitting things with a wrench and pretending to work, Karl is giving Maryann her morning foot-lick, and Tara's on the phone actually fucking doing something and apologizing that the place Maryann's squatting in and emotionally blackmailing Tara for doesn't have more modern plumbing fixtures. Maryann is in no mood for anything even resembling shenanigans, because if she doesn't get her morning shower in five seconds, she's going to komodo everybody, and it's sort of really scary. Eggs and Tara finally locate a part in another town, and Maryann screeches and yells but finally lets them both drive there to get it, and when they're gone she makes this hilarious sound, like tsk-augh that really sums up where she's at right now.
Luke and Jason have been summoned to a side yard at the main Fellowship of the Megachurch building, where Sarah is being amazing. Jason is all terrified because of the Holy Handjob from last week, and assumes that Steve is going to kill him or generally act like a disappointed authority figure, but Steve's all excited because he wants the boys to built a big platform, the better on which to crucify Godric so they can all watch him "meet the sun" tomorrow morning, which excites Luke who has read about this on the internet.