Earl realizes he's aging twenty years in one second, so they say their goodbyes and he's like, "Sorry I abandoned you for twenty years and your entire family died." They joke about how Adele is going to beat the shit out of him in Heaven, which is cute. And then just before wisping away on the wind, he gives her his pocket watch for Jason, essentially so the plot can skip any attempts to explain the subjective timeframes of Faeryland Standard Time to her brother, which would take, like, an entire episode and he still wouldn't get it.
Jason: "You mean like sometimes when you want somethin', like a cheeseburger or somethin', and it seems like it takes forever for them to make it? But if you have to take a test, time speeds up into a blur?"
Einstein: "Actually, yes. That's exactly what it's like. But I feel like by grasping it you've somehow ended up even further from understanding it."
Jason: "An intuitive grok of quantum physics is the one upshot of never using my brain for anything."
Characteristically, Sookie cries for about a minute, with that awful and affecting sad-face she makes, then dusts her shit off and stomps home to change clothes and find somebody to yell at.
Has been buffed, rebuilt, landscaped, beautified, repainted, updated, furnished and furbished and all of the things you can do. It looks amazing, the opposite of the Maryann Makeover, so of course Sookie starts some shit.
Workman: "Stranger, you can't go in there!"
Sookie: "It's my house. Why are you guys rebuilding and fixing up my house and making it look awesome? I hate you motherfuckers."
The guy calls the police because a strange stomping girl just locked them out, and Sookie heads over to cry at the kitchen table some more -- complete with the Country Adele music of being home and being sad -- because not only did her grandfather just die, but the last thing that happened before she left town ten minutes ago was everything turning awful. Eric fed her to King Russell and tried to commit suicide and she found out her entire storyline with Bill for the past three seasons was a huge lie so her heart is broken. The girl needs a little rest. Not to be.
Jason comes in with some facial hair that would look douchey on anybody and yet still, shocker, he doesn't look that bad, wearing a cop's uniform and calling out to any intruders. He's all over her in a second, looking like he's a seen a ghost, happiest he's been in a while and Sookie -- not having put the obvious pieces together -- is more confused about why he's wearing a cop uniform.