Speaking of screaming, have you met my friend Sookie Stackhouse? Because that's what she does, mostly. Like, right now she's screaming for Godric, yelling out the whole plan at the top of her lungs and begging him to come. She knows he's down there with them, somewhere, because of what Steve was thinking, but he's not yet shown up. Hugo tries to shut her up, sweating prodigiously and complaining about his terrible claustrophobia, which is all too real.
Since this has nothing to do with Sookie, she immediately picks up their scary thematic daycare boardgames: "Jesus Christ Vampire Exterminator? Silver & Stakes? Send 'Em Back To Hell?" Hugo is freaking out, plus they are going to murdered, so he doesn't have time for her I Have A Black Boyfriend bullshit, and she finally realizes he's close to cracking, so she stares him in the eye and basically tries to glamour him into shutting up so she can talk about Bill some more. The facts are these: somebody in the nest is a traitor, probably nutsack Stan. Bill should have sensed Sookie's fear, so he's zooming there -- I guess more slowly than usual -- and when he gets there, probably things will not go his way. Because the people are cross-burning lynch monsters, but also because it's Bill, and don't you know things never ever go his way.
Speaking of the one million torments, Lorena spends this episode going from awful to awesome at light speed. I love it when you think somebody is bad-acting, and it turns out they tricked you by good-acting twice as much as you thought. Like, she's so good she came around back to bad again, and it was very sneaky of her. But also, I believe everything everyone on this show says, because people rarely have their shit together enough to make a decent lie out of anything. And that threw me off too, because everything Lorena says is true and not true at the same time. Right now she's like, "Chill, baby. Sookie's just dying, it's okay." He wigs and cries and moans and looks gross, and she tells him he smells like Sookie: "Sweet... And cheap." Heh. They throw each other around the hotel room for awhile, and that's pretty fun, and there's lots of vampzooming around the room, and when he asks why she's really there, she lies and tells the truth, both at once: "I've missed you. It's been so long..." Aw, hell.