Lafayette: "Are you still alive, hooker?"
Sookie: "Just barely, little lady!"
Lafayette: "Did you get into any cursed car accidents?"
Sookie: "That's so weird that you said that. But yeah. And it was kind of awesome!"
Lafayette: "We need to talk about some shit."
Sookie: "Can it wait? I'm melting the fuck down right now."
Alcide: "No big deal, just looking amazing."
Sookie: "Lafayette, I'ma let you go."
Lafayette: "-- But I think I might have cursed your entire..."
Sookie: "Uh, Alcide is at my door, so..."
Alcide: "I talked to the Pelts. They're pretty awful."
Sookie: "Cool, so I'm going to jail. Good thing I'm drunk."
Alcide: "No, I told them a brilliant lie about how she was killed by a person who has since been eaten."
Sookie: "What a mysterious thing to do for me! Not unlike how everybody is constantly doing that kind of thing for me. Hey, sorry about your girlfriend. Want a drink?"
Alcide: "You're being really drunk and flirty."
Sookie: "Yeah, I am like the least subtle person. I don't have a lot of practice acting normal around people, so this is what you get. Is that a yes?"
Has a secret basement area where he keeps his one million pictures of a scary creature with scary eyeballs and everything on fire. Also he has a gun.
Sam: "Hey, hope you guys opened the wine and didn't get murdered in that area behind my house where everyb... Aw, shit."
Shifters: "Turns out we can be even more boring."
Now this, this I can get behind. I mean, I liked those actors and it's not fair to be mean about them just because the show likes moving them around as chesspieces, but this is interesting. Because now you've got the Mystery Person that helped Russell, and that's a whole conspiracy probably, and then over here you've got random shifters getting murdered, which is either to fuck with Sam or because of some other thing we don't know about...
I couldn't really believe in Sam's breakup with Luna at the time because she's so pretty and he just lost Tommy so he's all weird about Emma, etc. But this is a whole other direction. Plus, I need more Martha Bozeman in my life. So maybe this is weres? There's a kind of symmetry there -- vampires/faeries and weres/shifters, all having their fights -- but I don't know. Needs more input. For being so elliptical and not-yet-meaningful, and getting only as much screentime as the Terry stuff has before this week, this was one of the most exciting story shifts in the whole episode. What can it mean?