None of which is that interesting, because OMG Sarah Newlin is so goddamn intense in this scene that it's magical. Her whole body, like, shakes with hardcoreness and she keeps telling Jason to buck the fuck up and remember that our Lord Jesus Christ was a carpenter and to get a life and stop acting guilty and weird and shifty and staring at her wedding-ringed handjobbin' hand like it's going to attack at any moment. It's like... Imagine you had a really bad hangover, and you got into a fight with like your boss. You know how your lips can sometimes wiggle in that circumstance, like you're about to cry, but you're actually just really angry so the wiggly lip just makes you angrier? That's Sarah's entire body right now. It's remarkable. She does for post-handjob remorse what Hoyt and Jessica do for true love you can believe in.
In the bar at Hotel Carmilla, Hugo has just figured out that Sookie is annoying as hell. He gives her a wedding ring and she dorks out, and he asks her to be subservient to him while they pretend to be married, and he asks her to think about being a big anti-vamp racist, and she dorks out some more. She explains: "Hugo, I don't just hear the things hateful people say. I hear the things that are so hateful that hateful people don't even want to say them out loud!" Then, because their deadly mission just isn't about her as much as it rightfully should be, she turns the conversation to how he's dating Isabel, which Sookie of course sees as a metaphor for her relationship with Bill.
"It's funny, but whenever Bill and me fight, even as I'm screaming and I'm so mad I don't think I'm ever going to stop, somehow in the middle of all that, I know that we're both fighting for our relationship. For each other. We're fighting to stay together." Blech. You deserve each other so fucking hardcore that I don't really think you have to try that hard, but let's explain to Sookie that she's trying too hard and see how that works out, shall we?
Hugo explains then that it's his wish to become a vampire at some point, but Isabel is not feeling that because then how would she fetishize him, and Sookie hilariously goes, "Is that a thing that people actually do?" Hugo explains that in fifty years Sookie will be fat and ugly and walking around on a cane, while Bill will still be... Bill. There are NO winners in that scenario. Sookie makes lemonade: "Now, if I die today, who cares? I'll never have to feel old and unloved, and unwanted!" Hugo doesn't know from Sookie Logic yet, but that is a great intro.