"I want you to taste my biscuits."
But first, a moment of silence for Lorena.
Mommy, where do waitresses come from?
Waitresses come from a magical place, where people dress like fairies, lounge topless in meadows and drink from pools of light.
Sookie finally went from hot waitress, to hot and kinda interesting waitress last night, when we got a glimpse of her origins and her people, and an inkling of why that Bill Compton is so interested in the Stackhouse girl. After Sookie eviscerates Lorena, she, Alcide and Tara manage to get Bill into the van and escape Edgington's estate. Alone in the back with a comatose Bill, Sookie slits her arm and offers her blood to Bill, who comes to extra hungry and all but sucks her dry.
The point is made even stronger when, at the hospital, doctors can't establish a blood type and Sookie's body rejects any kind of transfusion. While out, Sookie lapses into a near-death dream sequence. She wanders into an idyllic glen, where a kind of bacchanalia is taking place. But instead of drinking wine, the glittery, tulle-dressed revelers are drinking light from a small pool that's "much bigger and deeper than you can imagine," says Claudine, Sookie's fairyland guide.
Bill's arrival at the hospital shrouds the glen in darkness, causing some panic and sending everyone into the pool (and perhaps to the Island?). Claudine implores Sookie to come with them, but she refuses, defending Bill. In the real world (if you can call it that), Bill shoves Sookie's IV into an open wound on his arm, sending V into her veins. She returns from the great hippie dance in the sky with a jolt — screaming bloody murder.
The episode's revelations, combined with the previews for next week's episode, have set this season up for a very interesting twist: Does Bill truly love Sookie, or is he just using her so that he can undo his vampireness?
It could turn out that he originally intended on seducing Sookie and stealing her blood, but ended up truly falling in love with her. OR ... he could just be using her, stringing her along this whole time, which would be pretty awesome and open up the story for some even bigger and twists and liaisons (see: Alcide, Eric). I vote option 2.
Finally, Jason was on fire last night. Here, a sampling of some of his best lines.
-"I never thought I was smart enough to get depressed, but ... here I am."
-"You're a Christian Hoyt — it ain't cool to judge."
-"I knew you and me bein' roommates wasn't gonna suck forever."
-Jason: "I'm sweepin'."
Andy: "Oh yeah? Where's your broom."
Jason: "Good point."
-Lafayette: "Last time you come to me shakin' like that you were lookin' for V."
Jason: "Oh, I told you that shit's behind me. I just need some meth."
-Tara: "You got a blood type?"
Jason: "AB positive. I only know because I'm always cutting myself with power tools and whatnot."
-Jason: "C'mon Sookie, I fuckin' need you."
Tara: "I fucking need you too."
Lafayette: "Come on, y'all, stop cussin' at her."
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