Pam's point is that Jessica is a hunter and should eat whoever she wants, and that monogamy is stupid for vampires, and that Jessica is a baby and doesn't know anything about anything, and is completely ridiculous. That they have their things, and we have our better things, and she's honestly alien enough that I don't think she's putting on an act about finding the whole thing incomprehensible and stupid.
Jessica's point is that if she really wanted to go out and eat everybody and fuck everybody, she would be doing it, and therefore it is Pam who is sick and sad and lonely. She stomps off, and Lord how Pam laughs once she's gone. Partially because it was so easy, and partly because Jessica's so cute and young, but mostly because she's still tickled by the preposterous idea of living in heterosexual monogamy with a tree that wears plaid and isn't dead.
Sam is hanging out at his house with two ladies, one a beautifully crisp Southern blonde and another, slightly younger, named Luna (from The Gates, which was so amazing you guys), and a dude. They are talking about anger. Really, they are an informal support group of shapeshifters, so the conversation works both as a supper club of possibly swingers and also as a discussion of shifter stuff, for the most part.
Sam: "I thought I was recovering from shooting him, and then I saw him and it came back."
Group: "Yeah, you were doing okay for awhile."
Sam: "I knew it was wrong even before I pulled the trigger. It was like some other person fired that gun, and there was nothin' I could do to stop him."
Group: "Yeah, we are all like that. Being a shapeshifter, two-natured, means there is a person who will sometimes fire guns at their relatives. That's why you keep being two completely different people on this television show."
(Sookie: "I have that problem too! Being a faerie means sometimes I put people's boyfriends in garbage disposals while laughing like a lunatic. Maybe we can talk about this sometime because we are friends.")
They think about having another bottle of wine, and we learn that Luna is a schoolteacher, and then talk about "moving on from wine," which first you might think means drugs and then once they all start taking off their clothes at the same time you think means orgy and but really you knew what was going to happen the whole time: A small herd of horses goes running off into the forest, and it's pretty awesome except for the music, which is Faeryland amounts of ridic.