Sookie looks at her scrapbook of times spent with Bill, and then remembers that time he murdered her in the back of a dirty van, and instead of saying, "Why am I looking at these pictures?" she flips another page, and another: Blank. All the stories they didn't get to tell, and now never will. Spooky nighttime sounds -- is this the time? -- send Sookie scrambling for her big old fucking gun, but it's just Hadley. Looking pretty and soft and normal, and who breaks down at the kitchen table when she hears about Gran, and immediately starts apologizing about being such bad kin. Sookie tells her not to worry about the past stuff, and Hadley is unexpectedly hard for a moment: "You're right. Gran is fine wherever she is. We're the ones who are fucked." She's embarrassed but she gets to the point: "I didn't come here to visit. I've got a message for you from Eric Northman."
Sookie's skin crawls and she gets pissed again -- how does Hadley know him, what's he doing to her, why is everything so horrible all the time -- and Hadley explains she has to give the message just right, or it won't be pretty: "Russell is coming for you. Don't trust Bill." Yeah right, Sookie points out, like trusting Eric ever works out. More importantly, why is Hadley at all involved in this?
Since "I'm off drugs and have become the lesbian consort to the Vampire Queen of Mississippi and Louisiana" is a bit heavy for a first reunion, she decides to take off at this point. (Is she a vampire? I still feel like she might be. No reason for it to be nighttime, and she's doing Eric's bidding in a disconcertingly precise way that might indicate so.) Sookie chases her into the living room, pointing out that Russell is real good at doing super scary things like kidnapping Bill and manipulating Eric. Once again, her logic sounds crazy but actually makes sense: If the Vampire King of Mississippi and Louisiana wants her, he is going to find her. And you know what? He isn't going to kill her. So she's even more right than I thought. Hadley says it's not that simple, and in fact they are going to do truly horrible things to her... But she leaves before Sookie can find out the total ending of her last apology, which has to do with telling Russell about their big family secret. Then she's gone, and Sookie goes back to waiting, instead of running.