Much is done at the hospital in Ruston regarding Sookie's blood-free existence at this time. They rush her around, they put in transfusion lines, they hold Alcide and Tara back as they work, they get all kinds of "units" and whatever, I don't know about blood. They do a lot of medical things related to blood. She seizes and they wig out. Her beautiful dress is ruined. They take out the line and head to the waiting room. Thing is, Miss Thornton, Sookie's lost a lot of blood, but she's rejecting everything they give her. Tara yells quietly about this, and the woman -- with a spooky camera push and mystery music -- explains the ridiculous fact that Sookie Stackhouse has no blood type, and will not accept even O-. And therefore Sookie is going to die. Because she doesn't have a blood type.
Dogfighting, which is so artfully filmed that a lot of the audience is so upset that they cannot watch the scene and must flee the room due to their sensitive feelings even though there is actually no dogfighting in this dogfighting, just people yelling and smoking cigarettes, including Melinda Mickens. Sam pulls a fire-ish alarm ("Actual humans who wouldn't countenance this bullshit are coming!") and everybody scatters and he jumps into the ring, yelling at the dog that was just fighting Tommy to go away, and then their little family is alone; Tommy's little body is bleeding all over on the ground, but it looks like he was winning. Sam tells dad to give Tommy his clothes, because there is nothing I've been missing quite so much as the urine-stained rank underpants of Joe Lee Mickens. They're like a character on the show at this point. With a Special Appearance by You Barfing.
Lafayette remembers that crazed shaky look in Jason's eye from the day he realized giving Jason Stackhouse vampire blood was the stupidest thing he had ever or would ever in the future do, but Jason assures him this is not the case: "I told you, that shit's behind me! I just need some meth!" (♥.) Lafayette is intrigued, to an extent, and gets downright confused when Jason explains that A) It's for a guy in lockup and B) he is in love. But the two are not as connected as one might think, because in fact Jason's heart has been stolen by the man's cousin sister momwife. (Aside: Are you still watching Big Love? Because some shit has gone down on that show lately that will make you think this show is a documentary. I love it so, so much.) [Then you'll love this. - Zach]