"I was there too!" Sookie says about Claudine accusing him of Light-stealing and Bill's like right, that's the other thing: "Every supernatural I have ever met believes the Fae were wiped out of existence by vampires." I'm intrigued, having this come out at the same time as Russell offering to extinctify/enslave humanity, like, vampires already did this one time before? And all the faeries had to run away to the nonstop Burning Man lingerie show in Sookie's mind? And it's just one more thing on a lengthening list of totally fake things about her relationship that she didn't know about before? And most importantly, all this time Sookie thought she was special? But nope, she's just this... Museum curiosity that happens to be delicious. She's like Tim Gunn, for vampires.
One time Jason Stackhouse loved a vampire named Eddie, and when he died it was like his Daddy died all over again. It fucked him up so bad he joined a cult, where he thought they'd teach him to be a man. A few weeks later, he killed a man and not even Andy Bellefleur could save him. Right now, Franklin Mott is exploding in front of him: Both murders that fucked him up, happening again right in front of him at once. Eddie's blood, Eggs's face. And Tara's standing there thinking he's just stepped in to save her like he always used to do. She has no idea what's going on inside him. He has no idea what's going on inside her. They go still.
"I need you to dig," Tara says, cold and quiet, and he's so in the grip of it he barely questions it, just starts digging in the dirt with his hands. They are both out of it. He takes Franklin's clothes and tosses them in the back of the truck, and Tara spits one last time on the leftovers of Franklin. "I hope you rot in hell, you psycho piece of shit." They are a couple of damn messes. But that was already true.
Calvin Norris is nearly dead in the van, he won't make it to the ER in Monroe, so Lafayette pulls over at his house and tells Jesus and Crystal to get him onto the porch. Nobody knows what he's doing because nobody knows what V is really about. (Lafayette thinks he knows, but he's really just a little bit further up the road. On this show, that makes all the difference.)