She asks for his excuse, and he gives one that is way more common than we probably think: he was going to wait to let the right one in, and she never showed up, and then it was like this thing, and he couldn't just waste it, and then all of a sudden he was 28 and nobody was good enough, and he was good at skating away from it and not giving Jason and Rene a reason to worry, but that probably most girls thought he was "some kind of bisexual gay or something," which he is not, although that's fine if you are, and she's like, "I'm not most girls?" She pauses to consider whether she technically is a girl at all, and flees from the thought. She's learning. "But if you're okay with that, I'd be your first." He lights up twice as bright.
Jessica goes to the window and lowers the shade, dropping her robe, and he gets all excited, but she smiles and tells him it can't happen tonight: the sun's coming up, and if she doesn't rest in the daytime she gets sick. She climbs into bed with him, and they cuddle, and as she's settling into the spoon she warns him not to freak out if she looks a little dead. Of course he won't! He holds her tight, and they sleep.
Eric and the Lieutenants make their way down the Carmilla hallway; Stan thinks Hugo and Sookie probably joined the Fellowship themselves, and Isabel tells him to cool it ("He is mine," she reminds him), and they fight for awhile. Stan says that if Isabel really loved Hugo she would have stormed the church, and she counters that Stan only has one answer for anything, stupidity, and he says that's why they've been getting Godric's coffee for the last forty years: they're timid. Which is dumb of him to say in front of Eric, but not as bad as when he turns around and points out that the Fellowship has both Eric's maker and telepath, and still isn't doing anything. Which is sort of valid.