At their secret meeting on a closed road, Colonel Flood tells Sookie and Alcide he's not interested in dealing with the Fuck You Crew, not by a longshot, and in fact is so disinterested in this that he can barely find time to bitch about Sookie's presence (now, and at Lou Pine's) beyond pointing out that Alcide will have to be disciplined at some point. (Man, you do not want to know what goes into pack punishment. They are neither a shame nor a guilt culture, let's put it that way.) The plan is, don't do anything, hide until Russell's mean pack goes away. (Which again: How does that happen if Russell is the King of Mississippi? Where did the FUC come from? Where were they before two years ago? Which is also when the Great Revelation happened, and is that important? So many questions.)
Flood also knows that Russell is the King, which is new info for Sookie and Alcide, and that the FUC is recruiting people away from their own pack. "Edgington is ancient. He's had a pack of Weres serving him for centuries all over the world. Now he's on our doorstep. We gonna be smart. Let him do what he wants to do until he goes away." Alcide says this makes Russell an important part of their history, and something they should have known about, and also sort of impulsively says it would be better for them to become extinct than be enslaved by "a dead man." Well, on the other hand he seems to only be going after the trashiest of them, so maybe it's okay. It's also sand on a beach, considering how generally gross they all seem to be.
Sookie plucks from Flood's head that he is terrified and wants to split town altogether, but first Flood lays down some powerful packmaster mojo: "Don't question your packmaster, boy... Alcide, obey." Pointing out that Flood is actually terrified and can't help them is something that Sookie decides to do before he drives away, pissing Flood off further, but Alcide makes sure to let Sookie know that he trusts her implicitly, and if she read that Flood was paralyzed with fear, that's good enough for him.
Jason's special assignment? Washing his cop car, which Jason seems to think is pointless/insulting, but from where I'm sitting seems like a great use of Jason's best attributes. It's always important to give people the job that suits them best, that's just Management 101.
Half-naked and wet, Jason sees Crystal drive by in her Juniper Creek pickup truck with the week's Hotshot provisions, and they have electric eyeball sex, so of course he jumps in the car, shirtless, and follows her for awhile before she pulls over. (This is accompanied by some very embarrassing Bo & Luke Duke music so you know it's a backwoods romance.) They're a flirtatious couple of hotties for a bit, with her clearly understanding that Jason is in no way a cop, and him clearly thinking that his clever disguise of sunglasses and garbled cop-talk will intimidate her into handing over her license and registration -- "Are you resisting me? Because if you are please observe the official police vehicle where I came out of" -- and both of them clearly understanding that none of this is actually happening and in fact they are just going to make out sometime soon.