As Eric zooms up to a sunlit exterior of the factory, ready to chow down on some guards, Arlene -- in a mantilla and rather sexy black dress -- arrives at the very intense funeral. The military men are there, looking spit-spot; there are more giant wreaths than you can shake a Winner's Circle at -- including a giant one of, yes, Grandmother Bellefleur's calla lilies.
Arlene: "Oh, Reverend Daniels! Thank you for agreeing to this on such short notice."
Lettie Mae: "We wouldn't miss it for the world!"
Everybody: "That was so not the right response, but thanks for playing."
Daniels: "Excuse my drunk a-hole wife in her crazy hat. Let me ush you right past that moment of WTF."
Sookie: "Feeling better?"
Ben: "Why, my love? Got somewhere better to be?"
Sookie: "Not 'better' exactly, but remember Terry being dead?"
Ben: "Right, right. Hey, are we still getting magically married?"
Sookie: "I guess so. I do try to keep my word, even when the bottom falls out."
Ben: "Okay great! And to prove I'm not a total boy obsessed with my own stuff over your own, allow me to bleed on your arm a little bit so you'll look nice for the funeral you're already dressed for."
Sookie: "Actually it was for my own, but you're right that it makes the transition from Unholy Bride to Daytime Funeral almost seamlessly."
Old Mrs. Bellefleur: "That's the weirdo, right?"
Sookie: "Miss Fortenberry, Miss Bodehouse. Are those two seats taken? And how's Hoyt?"
Maxine: "He's dating an ugly girl but at least she does not suck blood, unlike the girl Hoyt doesn't remember dating."
Alcide: "I still have dumb hair like Gavin Rossdale circa 1994."
Old Ladies: "That's okay because you smell manly, unlike Gavin Rossdale circa ever."
Remember how Dr. Overlark gave Eric's sister a disease for fun? Now would be the time that Eric decides to play a little game with him. Have you ever known a baby? Their favorite thing, one of their favorite things, is when you pretend that you have "got" their nose, because it is absurd (because you don't really have their nose!). But in this case when Eric plays this classic game, he changes a few things: