Eric begs her to shut up, but Sookie goes a step further, collating and recontextualizing two different conversational gambits from their Fangtasia! meeting in a way that bends the sense of both: "Sookie, I'm risking everything to tell you this, because you mean so much to me. You make me feel almost human." (Still wearing that aqua sweater, of course: The ocean, and winter.) Then, she wraps up with a quote from a few moments ago -- that her life was valuable -- which she again casts in terms of his feelings for her. None of which are true in the way she's suggesting, but none of which are entirely false either, which is picking holes in Eric's entire train of thought, so he finally fangs out and screams at her that she means nothing to him at this point: "You mean nothing to me, understand? Nothing! I'm close to getting something I've wanted since I was still human. Do not get in my way."
Which, I guess if you live in a world where Eric just can't admit that he's in luuuv with Sookie, seems like another layer of game, but given what is going on with him -- Pam, his entire Viking family, the drug rap, not to mention being integral to two very destabilized Kingdoms, which for vampires is a quick way to get slaughtered because the other Kingdoms would not only already know this but would kill for the mid-American resources of two contiguous states -- is actually just pretty much true. Which Sookie finally figures out, right now. She thought they were equals, she was manipulating him with her tears and he was saving her life and forcing her into terrible situations, but the truth is that it was even more of a game than she thought. She spits and hisses about this, and threatens to get him for it, but it's done.
"I hate your fucking guts, Eric Northman. I promise I will pay you back for this!" Eric feels shitty for a second, but once he hears Russell entering the room -- "Sorry to have kept you waiting, a husband's work is never done..." -- he plasters that gigantic awful good-boy smile on again, and flirts on out of there. Sookie gives him the stock answer -- "I'm a waitress" -- and he either references Dorothy Parker or just pull from the cliché generator Lorena and Bill recently installed: "Yes, and I am Marie of Romania!" He reminds her that even immortals don't have inexhaustible patience, and she stares at him all teary-eyed and tries to remember what she's got to work with.