He drinks and it's neat, but not as neat as -- when he pulls out -- him biting a hole in his hand and offering it to her so she can have some of his blood. She's like, "I'm not hungry and I don't need magical healing powers right now," but he just says it will be super romantic and sexy, so even though she has no real reason to do it, girlfriend chows down.
Hoyt could feel Jessica dying, before, so he's been all cooped up in the house worrying about her and wondering where she is, which causes him to get super codependent on her the second she walks in. It is embarrassing and unmanly!
Jessica: "I think that I should move out and shouldn't have moved in with you in the first place. Polyamory is more my scene."
Hoyt: "Then I am going to radically shit my pants!"
Jessica: "I am trying to be awesome about this, and the fact is that I love you and you love me but you are a Muggle and I am a vampire princess and we are just headed different directions."
Hoyt: "But without you I will die!"
Jessica: "Then okay."
She kills him! She smashes his head on the counter and it explodes in blood and he is dead! Jessica!
Jason, idling the truck outside: "You look amazing with Hoyt's blood all over you! I want you to bite me and fuck me at the same time in my truck!"
Jessica: "That sounds delightful."
Jason, terrifyingly enough: "Yeah, come to daddy!"
It was just a terrible dream! Bill sends some human sap "donor" down to feed Jessica, so she can fully heal, even though it's daytime and they all should be sleeping. I wonder if it's super exciting when you get to stay up all day, I know I love a good all-nighter, but then I don't shoot blood out of every hole when I do it. Jessica thinks the lady is just the dumbest thing.
Cops: "[Casual racism toward vampires while they clean up the dead lady]."
Jason: "So we know this wasn't a suicide, right? There's more going ... Hey Andy, why are you staring at the puddle of goo and licking your lips like a cartoon cat?"
Andy: "Because I am a drug addict and I would happily lick up this dead lady."
Jason & Andy: Realize that Andy is powerless over his disease.
Andy: "It's the only time I ever feel like I'm not watching myself not living up to people's expectations, and hating those people for having expectations, and thinking about hitting them in the head with a bat."
Andy and his masculinity struggles: Are the one constant of this entire show.