Jason: "You got me in the head!"
Sookie: "I'm just depleting my luminescence, no big deal."
Jason: "Well, that's stupid. How come?"
Sookie: "I hear voices all the time? I'm the town retard? Vampires all over the place all the time?"
Jason: "Yeah, so what you should do is send up a flare where they all know where you are."
Sookie: "You wouldn't get it. I was at the motherfucking bank the other day, and the dude in line is thinking about sucking my toes. My little piggies, and his mouth on them. Do you know what that does to a chick's day?"
Jason: "Oh my God, gross."
Sookie: "Yeah and it was Mike Spencer, so..."
That was actually the act-out, but it's funny. Also, how come he's suddenly part of every scene and conversation? It's fishy.
Sookie: "Okay, or like, remember how I caused our parents' death? I just want to be normal."
Jason: "That sounds wrong to me. If you were normal, for starters, no Bill Compton."
Sookie: "That is exactly what I..."
Jason: "No, you really loved him. He was your first love. That's not something everybody gets, to be in love with the person that is in love with you. Thing two, you got to talk to Gran after she died. Even more unlikely."
Sookie: "Okay, valid."
Jason: "You have a piece of our parents in you. That's awesome. And even if you get rid of it, neither of us are going to feel normal until we solve their murder. And you know what would really help with that?"
Sookie: "Magic powers?"
Jason: "Magic powers."
Sookie: "Okay, I'm an idiot."
Jason: "You're a Stackhouse, ain't you?"
Sam Trammel as Sam Merlotte as Luna comes prancing out in her hospital gown, determined to go (Where? And for what purpose?)
Kevin, effeminate: "Mr. Merlotte? Didn't you just leave a second ago?"
Sam, moreso: "Mind your business, bitch!"
Lonely fucking Jessica is watching a stripper, dancing, and there's a lot of hair-touching from her end. A lady alone on a dancefloor, I don't know what it is but it's hard to look at when it's like this; I just love how she spent four weeks at that party at the Castle and has now been here for roughly the same amount of time. A guy who is clearly one of Hoyt's new friends comes over, tarted up even more mortifyingly than the usual fangbangers. I guess after five years of this show we're familiar enough with how things work that you can see this guy on the screen and go, "Pssh, wannabe." You know what I mean? Like fangbangers are a thing and we can tell. But we always can, can't we.