Fact #1: That's not New Yorkers, that's tourists thinking they're acting like New Yorkers. I've seen it myself, it's amazing. You put one Midwestern housewife somewhere ridiculous like Times Square, which is only tourists, and she'll turn into Ratso Rizzo faster than you can say "Free Spring Awakening tickets." And I'm not a New Yorker, so I realize even saying this is heading down a hipster-type rabbit hole, but if you watch long enough it all starts to look like a bunch of Sims, set to just spend eternity bumping into each other and being dicks about it and getting their feelings hurt about everybody else doing the same thing, and then they'll all go home and talk about how New Yorkers are rude, despite never having actually gotten attitude from one.
Fact #2: New York does, in fact, smell like pee. This is due to all the pee that is there.
Eventually, holding Doug's hand and trying not to barf from her hangover, Sookie leads them to a room that is just chock-full of people's body parts. And the rats gnawing upon them.
After that very cute video I linked above, Tara heads outside for a smoke. And who is there? Hoyt Fortenberry, looking just as cute in his ridiculous getup as he always, always does.
Tara: "Uh, what's with the getup [see?]?"
Hoyt: "It's the Look! For fangbangers."
Tara points out that he's better than being a simple scene fangbanger, and Hoyt points out that until recently she was too good for vampires. At this point, Hoyt tries to get her to bite him. Somehow, she resists. I mean, we're not even vampires -- as far as I know! -- and I would still give it a shot, if it were Hoyt Fortenberry. Even if he is dressed like some hypothetical Killers episode of Glee.*
Tara: "I have known you since we were children, and you look like the emcee in a children's performance of Cabaret. Go home, Hoyt. Even Pam thinks you're too green for this."
Hoyt: "Or maybe not!"
*(And by "even if," of course I mean, "particularly because.")