Sookie's in the guest room with her gun when the howling starts. Two wolves, with Debbie laughing and looking gorgeous, arrive; she kicks the door open for them. Bill meets one, and they fight; Debbie smells Sookie and heads upstairs. Jessica appears for the other wolf, waving coquettishly. "Hi," she says, girl meeting her first dream date at the door. Upstairs, Debbie knocks on the door and makes a "I'll huff and I'll puff" joke, and then kicks it off its hinges. Sookie explains she's not totally into killing Debbie, but does want to point out that her life issues are the results of her choices. Still in there fighting, Stackhouse. I admire that so much.
So then why not shoot? Because there are people who -- for some reason -- love Debbie, and that would be sad. Debbie says that yes, Sookie is very "noble and shit," but that (and this part is true) the only reason Sookie associates with vampires and werewolves is because her own kind rejects her: "They know you're nothing but a freak!" she shouts, and attacks. They've both had a lot of V, of course, but Debbie scores the first point by reminding Sookie she drank it out of a half-dead Bill Compton. And then it is on.
They fight and they fight and they fight, and it's awful and sort of awesome, because it's not stunt actresses and so it's a bit more awkward than usual. But also, Sookie Stackhouse fights real vicious-like, which I wasn't expecting and makes me happy. Good thing Russell told Debbie not to kill her, or else Sookie would be wolfbait right now, but still: They both come out looking pretty bad-ass. The first time Debbie punches Sookie, she licks the blood off her lips and her eyes go sort of insane, and it's amazing.
Downstairs, Bill's finished off one of the wolves when he hears the chick-fighting upstairs; Jessica's annoyed when the other one goes running outside -- "Hey, get back here!" she yells -- and chases him out. Bill screams for her to stay inside, since this is an army of werewolves and vampires, but it's too late. Now there's screaming upstairs and outside, because Russell's out there and he's got Jessica by the throat. Bill barely spares a look up the stairs before following her out. "I take it this is yours?" Bill worries and yells, and Russell offers to hand over Jessica for Sookie. Bill isn't having that either. Russell drinks from Jessica's neck, and she screams and it's awful.