So then Lafayette called Jesus because he didn't want to call the facility itself because then they'd call the cops and things would get official -- and that can't happen due to Lafayette being a drug dealer, which Jesus helpfully notes, and a hooker, which Jesus probably doesn't know yet, and wouldn't guess, because you could never guess how many jobs Lafayette is holding down. Every time you think you know all his jobs: More jobs. What's that, Ruby Jean? More crazy? With a knife in your hand this time?
"You got power, boy. You always have. That's why they're coming. I got to protect you, but I can't do it if you keep drugging me." They discuss with her about how she's got a huge knife in her hand and disinterest in going back to the hospital, for a while, until Jesus admits that he knows Lafayette is "very powerful," but that he is going to protect him. Aww! And Lafayette is once again reminded that Jesus is awesome, as he asks Ruby J to give him the knife and watch some TV. He's slick with her, and sweet, and strong, and loving. (Somebody loves this woman; this somebody has a deep capacity to love, no matter how horrible you think you are.) Ruby Jean gives in with that comfy nastiness that makes their scenes together so uncomfortably sweet: "TV's all faggots and murderers and ho's, Jesus. Where the clicker?"
Over in the hallways of Russell's always-hoppin' mansion, Eric grabs Hadley and tells her to give her a message: "Tell her exactly what I say, and nothing more." Probably that will be awkward, because the last time Hadley saw her family they were paying for rehab and she'd run out on them. Well, at least she'll get to hear their awful uncle got murdered, that'll be good. It would be good, to give her that news.
Just when you thought it was safe to assume Alcide was your new roomie, his awesome sister Janice calls to let him know that Debbie and her pack have burnt down the salon. Sookie, of course, makes it all about her, but he just blows her off: "Debbie was crazy long before you came around." Alcide asks her to come with him to take care of it, since there is an army of werewolves and vampires coming to kill her, but she tells him not to worry about it. Of course, this is obviously the plan -- to get Alcide away from Sookie so she has no protection -- but not even if you added Jason to the braintrust that is Sookie and Alcide could you possibly get them to figure that one out.