Bill gives him a condescending nod -- "Well, you did. Just in time" -- but you know Jason Stackhouse's heart, it's like this, and his chest, while finely proportioned, is still only about this big, so in order to equalize the pressure he hurls himself onto Bill, who looks like he's going to pass out, and hugs the shit out of him the way only a Stackhouse invading your personal space can do. It's maybe the sweetest thing that ever happened not involving Hoyt or Jessica; definitely the most awkward, categorically. He finally steps back, and Bill gets his breath. "Well, was that... Okay for you?" Bill's so weirded out that he's just like, Yeah? It was fine? I think people should hug Bill Compton more often, because A) Lord does he need it, and B) even though a Jason hug is like ten times the power of a normal hug, it still shouldn't blow your mind that much.
Isabel thinks about approaching Godric, and doesn't. It's interesting, but goes by in a flash, and then there's Eric nodding the woman with him aside and kneeling immediately at Godric's side, so that their heads are equal. He's told Hugo to keep driving until he hits Mexico, maybe glamoured I can't tell because Eric is so way smooth, and then he starts right back in on the yenta trip about whether Godric's eaten. "I've arranged for an AB- human for you. Extremely rare?" Tired old Godric thanks him, but says again that he's not hungry.
"You have to feed eventually," Eric says indulgently. That whole "be my father and my son and my lover" thing a thousand years ago was not a joke, dude. He keeps code-switching like a bitch and turning into somebody new, and Godric just bends around it. Eric starts getting sad, when Godric won't respond or smile or even look at him, so he goes for it: "Why wouldn't you leave when I first came for you?" Godric shakes his head, almost imperceptibly. "They didn't treat me badly. You'd be shocked at how ordinary most of them are." Eric's incensed, as caught in the rhetoric as they are: "They do nothing but fan the flames of hatred for us!"
Godric is... Unendingly sad: "Let's be honest. We are frightening. After thousands of years, we haven't evolved. We've only grown more brutal, more predatory." Eric actually thinks about that. "I don't see the danger in treating humans as equals. The Fellowship of the Sun arose because we never did so." Eric swallows, asking if that's why he didn't fight. "I could have killed every last one of them within minutes," Godric assures him. "And what would that have proven?"