"Well, we got a couple more questions for you. Do you mind?" Of course not. In the parlor, Andy asks if he was there when Sookie found the body, but that's not exactly true. He arrives the second after. "Kind of late to be making house calls," Bud says, and then reminds himself that vamps don't sleep. "They sleep," Andy corrects him spicily, "Just not at night." Bud asks Bill if he makes a "habit" of visiting Sookie in the middle of the night, managing to imply he's not only a serial killer but a sex maniac besides, and Bill patiently explains that they had "certain personal matters to discuss." Specifically to the effect that her plan to make him jealous worked so incredibly well that neither of them knows that's what she was doing.
"When I heard her car in the drive, I came across the cemetery." Andy's impressed at that, and Bill reminds him that "heightened senses" are part of the whole bloodsucking experience. Andy nods and asks if he heard anything else, like maybe Jason Stackhouse's pickup truck, but he didn't. The whole Andy/Jason thing is kind of at an all-time level of ridiculousness here. I'm so sure he killed his grandmother, Andy. But I like how blind and hateful Andy and Bud both manage to be, trying as hard to be right as they are to prove the other one wrong, because I like where it puts Andy: on Bill's side, just like Bud's on Jason's side. As always, the minotaur's the only one knows the way out and he's the first one we go after.
"Lot of folks would not be too keen on a vampire moving in the next door," Bud says, speaking from inside his experience, "But Adele Stackhouse, she welcomed you with open arms, didn't she?" Bill says, with something like the memory of the ghost of grief: "She was very gracious, yes." Bud lines them up. All those dead whores. "So. Maudette Pickens, Dawn Green, Adele Stackhouse. They were all very gracious to your, uh, people. That's just about the one thing they had in common. Now is that one hell of a plus-size coincidence, or what?" he asks, with a creepy smile barely hiding his hate. Bill responds that it's not a coincidence at all, surprising even Andy. "I suspect whoever did this is targeting women who associate with vampires." Meaning that even Bill knows this is Sookie's fault. "You can't be serious. Adele Stackhouse and a vamp?" No. Bill knows Adele wasn't the target.