"We also recycle in this house. TruBlood and other glass items go in the blue container..." She stares at him, sort of tickled. "And paper products go in the white container." Jessica falls in love with his cell phone when it rings, and kicks into teenager mode, begging for one of her own. He blows her off hilariously, and answers. Sookie tells him "something real awful happened out here," and he's desperate to get away from Jessica, hoping that Sookie needs him. "I always need you," she says sweetly, with Sam over her shoulder, but tells Bill that knowing he's waiting will give her something to look forward to.
"Jessica, I'm gonna have a guest coming over shortly," he says, still smiling sweetly from the call, and Jessica asks if they can eat her. "You may not!" he yelps, terribly offended. The best thing about Bill has always been his total dorkiness, and I love how Jessica seems tailor-made to bring that out so intensely. Is she his girlfriend? Yes. "Is she a vampire?" Jessica asks, thrilled to meet more of her people. Her family. "No," he admits, and she grins: even better. "Well, do I have to be nice to her?" Jessica asks, in her best hi daddy voice, and he asks her to go cleaned up. "Remove your makeup and make yourself presentable. I will not have you looking like a slattern." She goes whut and he explains, and she laughs uproariously. "AWESOME!" Poor, poor adorable Bill.
Jason sits in the bed Amy died in, on the sheets she died in, reading from Newlin père's book, lips moving needless to say: "The Acts of the Apostles, 26:18. 'Jesus informed Paul of his purpose: to open people's eyes, to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan unto God. If God is light, then Satan is darkness. If we human beings are the children of God, then creatures of darkness are undoubtedly... The children of Satan." This last questioning, staring into space with a highlighter in his hand, before he is struck suddenly with memories of Amy and falls over, on the sheets, and starts to cry again.
Kenya stares at Tara in Bud's office. He's bewildered by the exorcism talk, but she's got some experience here: "Last time it was a pig in the middle of the road. Crazy-ass motherfucking Paul Bunyan pig, if memory serves. Plus, a naked woman." Andy screams in frustration, and Bud tells him to chill, but Tara stands by her story. All of them. "As far as we know," Bud explains, "Her name's Nancy Levoir, and she's been a cashier at DeSoto's pharmacy in Keachi for almost twenty years." Right, but also a voodoo bus out in the middle of the woods, Tara elaborates. Andy stomps around, getting scary now, and Bud tells him to chill out again, but Andy's not having it.