(I don't even really want to talk about it because it's a stupid made-up conversation, but if you really don't comprehend the difference between being raped by a man and being raped by a woman, you have oversimplified things for yourself. Was Hotshot bad? Yes, it was a terrible and sad violation, what that town did to Jason. It is also a terrible and sad violation what Hotshot culturally justifies doing to its own women, not that the preceding two occasions seem to have made that point. It is also ludicrous -- in that it has never actually happened that an entire town of shapeshifters has done this to a person -- as opposed to the sexual assault being committed every two minutes in this country by actual, non-panther men. Either way, drawing a false equivalency between the two acts just to satisfy your own need for recreational outrage -- which, all the heightened "Alan Ball DIAF" rhetoric is a dead giveaway -- is naïve at best, and a contextual gerrymandering that trivializes real-world rape at worst. What Jessica did to Hoyt was frankly a closer parallel, which is why the show will be juxtaposing them.)
Nan Flanagan shows up at Bill's to yell at him for sending Eric Northman to fight Wiccans in our post-Russell Edgington world, and Bill once again tries to sell the idea that necromancers are the serious threat that we know they'll turn out to be. Nan seriously underestimates the threat, because she is a vampire exceptionalist, and he reminds her that it was cool of him to even let her know about how the Eric thing went south. They talk about his latest execution, she reiterates the rule about no humans getting harmed, and they are snotty with each other. Come on, dude! Nan Flanagan is the coolest thing about you!