"A King in front of them, a Queen behind them, and they're talking about a human girl!" Russell chuckles, stroking Talbot's hand fondly. "Men." (More of that, less of Talbot fussing with linens, please.) Eric comes clean about the blood dealing, but points out that the Magister still wants Bill, or he'll kill Pam tomorrow. Talbot gasps and twinkles about losing your children and it's dumb, and then Russell spits on the idea of the Madge: "Nasty little... Anachronistic toad! A ridiculous remnant of the Middle Ages!" Russell's V For Vendetta/Rousseauist Social Contract side comes through about how the only power he has over them is what they give him -- magisters should be afraid of their vampires -- and that if Eric would like to stay there tonight (today) -- and of course get his giant Nordic knob polished by Talbot, which Eric already thinks is fucking hilarious -- probably they can cook up a real bizarre and unlikely scheme about that in time to save Pam. Then Eric toasts Bill in this hilarious mean way like, "I just got here five minutes ago, and Mom and Dad already like me more than you." Bill is like, "It is mah tragedy."
Sookie wakes up to a fight between Debbie and Alcide that I think is meant to explain or functionally obfuscate what happens at the end of the episode, which is that Coot is able to invite vampires into Alcide's house despite not living there. Although honestly, since Bill and Franklin have now both glamoured people to let them in, I don't see that it matters anymore. But there's something about the key, Debbie has a key and has apparently used it to get into Alcide's house, and for why? To save his "fucking life" by explaining that in addition to being a drug addict who has sold her ass to Russell, he's also something amazing that she can't talk about and that, being an ignorant redneck, Alcide was never supposed to know about.