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Before Sookie can talk sense into the girl, Jessica's mother answers, overjoyed to see her daughter alive - or so she thinks. At Jessica's request, Mrs. Hamby invites them both inside. At Maryann's request, even Andy Bellefleur - who's had a few himself - gets up to dance. At the bar, Eggs comes in to talk to Tara, explaining that he can't do anything about his past, but he is changing. Her answer is to vibrate briefly, which transforms Sam into his dog form on the spot.
She warns him to think twice before threatening her again. When the vampire enters, he offers to either kill him or let him bleed out, but Lafayette suggests a third option: turn him into a vampire. Eric smiles, and he, Pam and Chow descend on their injured prisoner.
As his anger mounts, Jessica's fangs extend, which only infuriates him further. Sookie tries to get Jessica to calm down, but it's too late. The girl has her father up against the wall, his own belt wrapped around his neck. As she's about to bite into him, the door flies off its hinges and Bill stands in the doorway.
Furious, he commands Jessica to release her father and orders Sookie to get out. Sookie begs him to slow down, so he skids to a halt at the side of the road, furious at the women for endangering Jessica's family. Sookie apologizes repeatedly, but Bill admonishes her, demanding that she grow up. Hurt and angry, Sookie springs from the car, vowing to walk all night before she spends another moment with him.
After rounding a bend, Sookie becomes aware of something in the darkness. No sooner can she make out its shape - something humanoid with the head of a bull - than the creature is upon her, shredding her back viciously with its talons. Bill bolts from the darkness at superhuman speed, and though he manages to scare off Sookie's attacker, the damage is done.
He tries to feed Sookie his blood to heal her, but she chokes after the first swallow, spitting up mouthfuls of white foam. Frustrated - not just about the money - Sam tells her she'll have to pay it back; he's running a business, after all. Close to tears, Daphne pushes her night's tips into his hands, adding that she'll have to pay him the rest later.
Beside himself with guilt and horror, Jason starts to pray, begging God for a sign that he's on the right path. Luke answers from across the room, winging a pillow at Jason and growling at him to shut up. The older vampire summons help - a female dwarf called Dr. Ludwig - who ascertains that Sookie has been contaminated with a potent poison. Fighting against the clock, she pours some liquid into the wounds and digs in with her gloved fingers in an attempt to clean the gashes. As she works, Eric and Bill move to another room, where they try to determine what attacked Sookie.
Eric dispatches Pam and Chow to search the forest, but they come up empty-handed. When the doctor is finished with Sookie, Bill returns to her side. With the poison treated, her body is able to accept his blood, which heals the deep wounds on her back.
After Sookie fades into relieved unconsciousness, Bill awkwardly thanks Eric for saving her life. Maryann explains that she's having some people over, but Tara is more curious about the tension that's become apparent between her new host and her former lover.
Maryann says she barely knows Sam, but instinct tells her that he's jealous of Tara's finding fulfillment elsewhere. Tara's not convinced, but a large joint that Maryann has rolled is enough to end the conversation. Sam thanks him, but Terry responds by accusing him of running away. Sam gets defensive, and Terry calls him a coward. When Sarah prompts Jason for his thoughts, he says that his sister dates a vampire and admits that he doesn't see things as being so black and white. Convinced he doesn't belong, Jason leaves the room, but Sarah follows him outside.
She tells him how at first she supported vampire rights She consoles Jason, saying it's his goodness and humanity that make him vulnerable to these creatures' lies. She asks him to pray with her, and now in tears, he falls to his knees. Ginger, the strung-out daytime caretaker at Fangtasia, strikes up a conversation with her, but Sookie hears in the woman's thoughts that Lafayette is locked in the basement - and there's a gun behind the bar.
Racing to the weapon, Sookie trains it on Ginger and demands to see Lafayette. In the dungeon, she's unable to free him from the chains but promises to get him out somehow. Summoning his nerve, he walks over, compliments her smile and offers to buy her a drink. When she asks for Tru Blood, Jessica worries that he'll be scared off, but she's pleasantly surprised. The folks of Bon Temps are really letting loose, with unlikely couples like Mike Spencer and Jane Bodehouse forming in the crowds.
Andy Bellefleur shows up in his official capacity to ask Maryann to keep the noise down. As he tries to find her, he notices a large pig in a dollhouse in the backyard. At this point, Maryann spots him and convinces him to stick around and have a drink. He agrees, but when he asks Maryann if she has a livestock permit for the pig, the animal has disappeared.
While Sarah prepares dessert, Steve explains to Jason how he believes that vampires murdered his father. In fact, he says, everyone needs to prepare for the war going on out there. But some making out on the couch turns embarrassing when Jessica's fangs pop out involuntarily.
She tries to cover her face, but Hoyt stops her, telling her she's beautiful. Flattered and aroused, Jessica tells Hoyt how long she's waited for this moment Once inside, he collapses on the couch, covering himself with a blanket and weeping, totally overcome by what he's been through. Outside, Sookie and Bill talk in the car.
After having witnessed the evil that vampires are capable of, she says she's not as trusting as she used to be. She hates Eric for his brutal torturing of Lafayette, even if he did save her life. And she knows there's darkness in Bill as well, though she chooses to see the good Tara and Eggs lounge in the hot tub, maybe the only two people at the house making an honest connection - until a half-naked sorority girl climbs in between them and starts rubbing Eggs' neck.
Tara gets out, put off, and notices for the first time the strange scene unfolding around her. Eggs follows her into another room to talk, and outside both their views, Mike and Jane writhe together on the grass, their pupils blacking out their entire eyes, as if by some supernatural force. Enraged, Bill flings Jessica off of him, and when Hoyt protests, turns on him with his own fangs on display.
But when Dean the dog whimpers at him in the Merlotte's parking lot, Sam smiles and agrees to go on one last late-night run with his four-legged friend. The two identical dogs dart through the forest until they come to a lake, where one dog leaps off of the dock - and emerges from the water as Sam in human form. A moment later Daphne emerges from the woods, telling him that she'd also been thinking of taking a dip.
They make small-talk and smooth over their earlier argument before Daphne slips off her shirt to come in the water, revealing a series of deep, gangly scars on her back, identical to the wounds Sookie just suffered the previous day. Upon arriving, he finds the door ajar, and after creeping inside, he's horrified to find his roommates scattered about the room, covered in blood. Before he can react, a dark figure sneaks up behind Jason and grabs him, subduing him before biting viciously into his throat When the attacker reveals himself as Luke, at first Jason plays it cool, but then he punches Luke in the face, breaking his nose.
He kicks the young man out of the house, warning him that it's not Jessica he's trying to protect. But Hoyt refuses to believe she'd hurt him - and says as much as he leaves. Hurt and embarrassed, Jessica tells Bill that she wants to take things slow with Hoyt; then she heads upstairs.
Sookie is starting to like Jessica - and though she's learned firsthand how dangerous the vampire can be, she thinks Bill should add her to their Dallas trip. Admitting that he's somewhat envious that Jessica doesn't have to feel as cut off from humans as he did early in his vampire life, Bill agrees to bring her along.
As they get ready to leave the water to go eat some sweet potato pancakes, Daphne jokes about seeing him naked, promising he doesn't have anything she hasn't seen before. But when she pulls herself out of the water, Sam notices the deep scars winding down her back. Maryann walks in, overhearing the last of it and saying she's disappointed to see Tara go. Before they can settle on whether Jesus or Dracula was the first vampire, a voice echoes over a loudspeaker, calling Jason to Rev.
Steve Newlin's office. His friends jeer, thinking he's about to get in trouble, and Jason still isn't sure what he's in for after he shows up to find Steve sitting in a Utility Terrain Vehicle and holding a pistol. Touched, Tara opens the present - a framed photograph of Gran with Sookie and Tara as children - and asks Sookie why she's going to Dallas. As Bud and Kenya discuss the case, Andy stumbles in drunk, holding a file folder and asking Kenya about the pig Tara reported seeing during her car accident.
Bud reprimands him for drinking on the job, and when Andy pushes back, the sheriff relieves the detective of his badge. He gives in, and Tara immediately jumps down his throat for not telling her that he'd returned, let alone that he was locked up in a vampire dungeon, shot and fed upon. Refusing to go to the hospital, he advises her to keep her mouth shut about the vampires.
In no mood to entertain Tara - even if it is her birthday - Lafayette sends her on her way. Cagey about providing a straight answer, the owner ducks into the walk-in cooler as Sookie arrives in the kitchen. When Terry tells her that he's afraid to take on the responsibility of looking after the restaurant, she tracks down Sam, wanting to know what's going on with him. He's not interested in talking, though, and the conversation ends with Sookie taking a few days off to go to Dallas - and possibly returning to find him gone.
Steve commends Jason for being a dead-on shot and suggests he use wooden bullets - the modern-day stake. When Jason replies that he's seen a vampire dissolve after getting staked, Steve practically swoons in awe.
After finishing the target course, the two of them head back to Steve's house, where Sarah cooks up her famous ribs. As she tends the grill, Jason zones out, fantasizing over the Reverend's wife dancing and licking barbecue sauce off her fingers. As they all bite into their dinners, Steve tells Jason that he's training a holy army to do God's work, and he needs Jason to join up. Totally creeped out, she sneaks over to the door, and as she pushes it open Holding a cake, Maryann explains they've been planning the party for days and have called all her friends.
The now ex-cop drinks away his troubles until Sam cuts him off and closes up the place - if the whole town's out at the Stackhouse place, they might as well go, too. Sookie can hear the man's nervous thoughts, worrying that night has already fallen.
Still, she's surprised when he tries to grab her and stifle her scream with his hand. Within seconds, Bill's coffin has exploded and he's standing behind the driver, pinning his arms and warning him not to make a sound. He tries to warn her against hurting the people he cares about, saying that revealing his secret would mean giving up her own, but the woman calls his bluff.
As she walks off, Sam spots Daphne. Tara and Eggs dance together in the crowd as the party starts to get rowdier. Outside, away from the party, Maryann closes her eyes and begins to chant in a strange language. As her incantation builds, so does the intensity of the carousing.
Tara and Eggs make out while dancing as everything slips a shade out of control. But when he gloats slightly over Luke and the others, they take him down a peg, saying that almost 20 recruits have been selected. Luke rubs it in by pointing out that Jason shouldn't expect special treatment just because the Reverend's wife has the hots for him.
Angry but embarrassed, Jason packs his gear, leaving the bunk to go stay with the Newlins. When Bill returns to interrogate the man, he finds out that the Fellowship of the Sun sent him to kidnap Sookie, though they didn't know her name. His human friend, on the other hand, isn't going to last long with an infected gunshot wound, so Eric offers his blood as the cure, which Lafayette has no choice but to accept. Drinking greedily from the vampire's wrist, the cook heals so quickly that he immediately starts dancing.
A call from Bill interrupts them, and Eric departs hastily. When he arrives at the hotel in Dallas, Bill is irritated that he allowed them to walk into an ambush. Conversation turns to Godric, the missing vampire, and Bill can't understand why Eric cares about him so much. The older vampire explains that the Dallas vampires are on the verge of attacking humans if Godric isn't found, but the answer doesn't completely satisfy Bill.
Maryann continues to chant and vibrate, and the partygoers start to lose themselves completely, removing clothing and reveling in unison to the music. Upstairs, Tara and Eggs have sex in Sookie's bed. Maryann raises her arms, and her hands transform into wicked-looking, three-fingered claws. Shocked as she is by the delivery, Sookie is even more surprised when she can hear the bellhop reading her thoughts.
The two of them have a brief conversation entirely in their minds - until the bellhop flees down the hallway. Amused, she starts to strip down and Sam follows behind picking up the clothing she sheds Shocked and thrilled, Sam accepts her kiss, but their moment is interrupted when Terry and Arlene, looking for some privacy of their own, stumble awkwardly into the boss and his naked employee.
Giving in to her mental yelling, the other telepath finally stops to have a conversation. But Sookie's charming introduction and insistence that the two of them can learn from one another isn't enough to edge Barry past his fear that vampires will find out what he's capable of. Begging her to keep his secret, Barry leaves. When she returns to her room - breaking up Bill and Jessica's argument over ordering humans from the room service menu - Sookie brushes away Bill's fear that she doesn't understand the danger she's in.
She also points out that their bedroom is perfectly secure, from sunlight as well as intruders, which means Bill can finally sleep with her. In the next room, Jessica experiences a bit of romance herself - chatting with Hoyt endlessly on the phone about TV and comic books.
They all suit up and head outside, where Gabe screams his way through calisthenics training as Sarah looks on. When she tries again to win him over, the bellhop says his telepathic ability has made life miserable for him. A nearby guest's thoughts start to invade their conversation, and Sookie explains to Barry that he can control the intrusion if he tries.
You're on your own. But when he asks Sookie to lay low so he can protect her, she balks: If she wanted to just shut up and take orders, she'd have stayed at Merlotte's. Bill gets her point but is concerned that Eric has been so intense about the situation. It's never good when 1,year-old vampires become unpredictable.
Sam soon walks in, but his quiet flirting with Daphne is cut short when Lafayette returns, as if from beyond the grave. Everyone is thrilled to see him - especially Sam, though the bar owner makes a show of being angry about his cook's unannounced vacation.
Sam gladly welcomes him back, but he also notices Lafayette's newly disturbed bearing. When the strange woman explains that her home was actually borrowed from a client and that she needs a new place to stay, Tara becomes flustered, apologizing but making it clear that she can't invite guests to stay at Sookie's.
Maryann seems wounded, and when Tara goes into the living room to ask Eggs why Maryann moves around so much, he questions her sudden paranoia. As Gabe screams at Jason's competitor to climb over a chain-link fence, the former All-American's body just can't give any more. But when Gabe turns the situation over to the recruits to handle, Jason helps Luke over the fence, earning praise from Gabe and a gaze of utter joy from Sarah. Unfortunately, all the locals can do is bicker while Eric becomes more and more irritable.
Stan wants to start an all-out war, and Isabel calls him out for making a power grab in Godric's absence. Finally Eric loses his tenuous cool, hurling a piece of art across the room. He vilifies the vampires for allowing a traitor to leak word of their arrival to the Fellowship, which sent an attacker to intercept Sookie at the airport.
As the arguing begins anew, Sookie silences them all by volunteering to infiltrate the Fellowship, against Bill's protests. Bill pulls Eric aside, wanting to know exactly why this search for Godric is so important. Eric replies with the story of how he became a vampire - at Godric's hand.
After Eric was mortally wounded in a Viking battle, the vampire appearing to be little more than a teenage boy struck at night, killing Eric's two companions but offering the wounded leader eternal life. Steve brushes her off when Jason enters the room, taking the young man to a secret bunker in the basement, where Steve has stockpiled weapons of every kind: crossbows, rifles, submachine guns, missile launchers, silver throwing stars This army of the Lord is getting more serious than anyone suspects.
Sarah sneaks into the room, quietly locking the door behind her, and despite Jason's weak protests, starts to wash his chest. She explains that God wants Jason to receive a reward for all his hard work, and as her hand slips below the water's surface, he can't help but agree. Maryann closes her eyes, and as she concentrates the employees inside the bar start to unravel - with all their frustrations seemingly directed at Tara.
Finally, the frazzled bartender loses it, yelling at all of her coworkers. Looking satisfied, Maryann signals Karl to drive away. As they undress each other in the middle of the empty barroom, Sam goes for the joke.
She starts to tell Tara that they've started looking at houses, but Tara interrupts, telling Maryann she's welcome to stay. Disappointed, Sookie heads upstairs with Bill. As they settle into bed and things begin to heat up, a beautiful vampire walks by their door, baring her fangs when she hears the sounds coming from inside. Eric, turned off by the farce, casts her aside to greet a visitor Lorena, the vampire who created Bill.
It's clear to Eric that some connection remains between Lorena and her progeny, a connection he hopes will distract Bill enough for Sookie to be pried away. Lorena, skeptical but willing to play along, flashes back to her previous life with Bill In s Chicago, the pair of them cavort with a rich couple who are throwing a party at their home. Posing as French socialites, Bill plays the piano as Lorena woos the pair, alluding to the fun the four of them could have once the rest of the guests retire for the night.
Bill finishes his song to much applause, struts over to the young woman and kisses her hand, sealing the deal. Glad to have the backup, Bill and Sookie accept the offer. Sam, tracing the lines of the scar on her back, asks how it happened. Daphne tells him she never got a clear look at whatever creature attacked her as she ran through the woods, but she'll never forget the pain of the wounds - or the sickness that followed for more than a week.
Impressed by the woman's resilience, Sam says he's never met anyone like her, but she responds by asking if he's ever told anyone what he is. When she realizes she'll have to drive more than an hour to a shop in Ferriday to pick it up, Tara lays down a case for Eggs to go with her, slyly rescuing him from Maryann's foul mood.
Hugo says he and Isabel have been together about a year, and lately they've been arguing about his desire to be turned into a vampire. Sookie is initially shocked by the idea, but when Hugo brings up the realities of aging alongside an unchanging companion, she's confronted with an ugly future she hadn't considered. Arlene flirts with Terry, Maxine Fortenberry gossips with her girlfriend, and Andy shows up looking for Lafayette. When the suspended detective finds him in the kitchen, he interrogates the cook about his whereabouts over the past few weeks.
But Andy pushes too hard, and Lafayette - still traumatized by his near-death experience - collapses under the stress. Out in the dining room, similar fireworks are going off between Hoyt and Maxine, who's deactivated her son's cell phone so he can't talk to Jessica. Luke senses something's bothering Jason, but he assumes it's just run-of-the-mill fornication - not full-on adultery with the minister's wife.
Sarah takes them inside to meet Steve; Sookie's plan seems to be moving along perfectly. She's flashes back to the old days with Bill In the bedroom of the rich couple they charmed, everything is slick with blood. Lorena braces the horrified man against a chair, snapping his neck as Bill sinks his fangs into the woman. When Lorena walks over to the bed, Bill gives her the dying woman's necklace, and the two of them have sex as their victim gurgles beside them.
It turns out the Newlins know who she is and why she's there. Backpedaling and hoping to avoid a visit to Theodore Newlin's underground tomb, Sookie attempts every excuse for leaving. Sarah looks on, aghast and unable to believe her husband is capable of this. As his maker, she still has power over him - and she uses it to kiss him deeply.
He tries to resist her demands, but it's no use; he accepts the drug with no clue why she and Eric are forcing him to do this. Recognizing the pig from Maryann's house, he jumps out of the car and chases it into the woods, but both animals evade him.
After Sam and Daphne shift back to their human forms, Sam says he was surprised to see her turn into a pig and mentions that Andy seemed to recognize her. As they follow the trail, they come to a party raging with an intensity they've never seen before. All the townspeople are naked and writhing in a massive orgy while Maryann vibrates and leads the bacchanalia.
Nearby, a bull mask rests on a rock. Overcome with joy, she drags him into the room. She tells him between sobs that, though she always knew she was meant to be with a great man, she now knows that Steve Newlin isn't that man - Jason is. The two of them are meant to be together, she tells him, as she reaches for his belt. Sam tries to stop her - joking that drums only lead to hippies and cults - and her smile disappears immediately as two naked people with blacked-out eyes grab him and drag him toward the orgy.
Sam sees Maryann, and as Mike Spencer lowers the bull mask onto her head, Sam spies a large ceremonial dagger As he tries to get his bearings, he notices drums and strange noises drifting through the trees. He finds their source - the people of Bon Temps, naked and wild, chanting as Maryann prepares to cut out Sam's heart as a sacrifice. Andy fires a gunshot in the air, accidentally providing Sam with enough of a distraction to shift into an owl and escape, but when the detective grabs Terry to get his attention, the veteran twists Andy's arm violently, breaking it with an awful crack.
Andy lays on the ground in agony, gazing up into his cousin's black eyes. The Newlins knew they were coming She's older and more powerful, and it's impossible for him to escape. Lorena flashes back to the last standoff they had - more than 70 years ago. Returning from a musical, she brings a souvenir home for Bill: a pretty young chorus girl.
Tempted as he is to feed, Bill can't continue this violent existence, torturing humans for sport. Lorena at first laughs at him, then softens, promising he'll outgrow this sensitivity. But Bill pushes back, saying he refuses to be the monster she's turned him into. Eric asks Isabel why she'd get involved with a human like Hugo, and she responds that their short lives enable them to feel things much more strongly.
Sarah, weeping with joy, says she's finally found the man that God intends her to be with. She wants to tell Steve immediately breaking her marriage vows doesn't give her the excuse to then lie about it , but Jason talks her into waiting, at least until the lock-in and morning ceremony have ended. She says she wants to be his first It's time for her to go to sleep before dawn. Stripping to her underwear, she climbs under the covers and cuddles with him. Eric has had it with this foolishness, but after seeing the ragtag enemy for himself, he can't imagine them holding Godric for weeks.
The only conclusion he can draw is that his maker has been destroyed. He tries to charm them, promising to let them go free if they'll answer some questions. Sookie refuses, but Hugo blurts out both their names and their mission. Steve, immediately recognizing the Stackhouse name, rushes out to find Jason while Sookie makes a last-ditch attempt to call for help. She reaches out with her mind, hoping to send a silent message to Barry, the telepathic bellhop.
Bill begs her to let him at least send help to Sookie Eric perhaps. Lorena laughs, telling him that Eric is the reason she's there to begin with. Convinced that Jason's in league with the vampires, Steve orders Gabe to take care of him, so the burly drill instructor pulls a knife and drags Jason into the vehicle.
The appearance of Maryann, who's wearing a dress and covered in blood from a rabbit she killed for dinner, does little to settle their worries. Crushed and furious, Sam says he trusted her more than anyone he's ever known. But the girl is a heart-and-soul follower of Maryann, who Daphne says has the power to control humans but not supernatural creatures. Maryann is a maenad, she explains, the closest thing to God that humans will ever see.
She channels violence, lust, excess Confused and more worried than ever, Sam walks away. She confronts him, and he admits the truth - that after Isabel refused to turn him, he realized she'd never let him be her equal. Vampires only care about their own kind, Hugo tells Sookie, which is why he joined the Fellowship. But when his captor mentions Sookie, Jason spins around knocks the knife from Gabe's hand, takes him to the ground and then knocks him out with a fierce blow to the head.
Jason runs back to the road, heading toward camp as it gets dark. He initially runs from the headlights of an oncoming SUV, but when Sarah calls to him from behind the wheel, he stops, relieved to see her. But before he can tell her what happened, she raises a gun and shoots him. Tara and Arlene come in, and Arlene tells Tara that she's worried that she and Terry blacked out and had sex, which is a bit too much of a coincidence for Tara's taste.
Everyone laughs him off - except Tara and Sam. When Maryann and Eggs appear, she greets her master with absolute adoration. Maryann kisses her disciple softly on the lips before Eggs, his eyes glassy and black, plunges the ceremonial dagger into Daphne's chest.
Holding a stake against his heart, Bill threatens to destroy himself unless Lorena sets him free from the control she has as his maker. Weeping blood, she complies. Back in the present, she explains to Bill that she's trying to help him by separating him from Sookie. A knock at the door interrupts them. It's Barry, with the message from Sookie, and though he tries to deliver it from outside the room, the door swings open and he's dragged inside.
Hugo says that Sookie knows she's been betrayed and begs Gabe release him, but the thug responds by punching Hugo in the face and then kicking him into unconsciousness. His plans for Sookie are even more sinister. Ripping the front of her dress open, he forces himself on her. She screams, scraping at his face with her nails as he unbuckles his belt.
Suddenly Gabe is torn off of her, and when Sookie looks up, she sees him suspended in mid-air, trapped in the grip of a tattooed, year-old boy. Gabe calls the vampire by name, pleading for his life, but Godric answers by snapping the man's neck.
Hearing a crash in an adjacent room, Sookie thinks that Bill has finally arrived to rescue her, but instead Eric sweeps in and kneels at his maker's feet. Godric says he can take care of himself and orders Eric to escort Sookie from the church - without shedding blood in the process. Lorena, however holds the bellhop in a death grip She hits the floor, unconscious, and Bill darts to Jessica's room, where he finds her and Hoyt in the midst of losing their virginity. Shocked, angry and embarrassed, Bill orders Hoyt to take Jessica back to Bon Temps immediately before bolting out the door himself.
He's blacked out again, he says, losing several hours before waking up disoriented by the lake. Both of them scared now, Tara and Eggs leave to go home. When Eric comes upon a ragtag crowd of guards, he at first pretends to be human, but when they become suspicious, he disarms them easily.
A quick look out the door reveals an approaching mob, so Eric and Sookie flee toward the church sanctuary. From the altar of this quiet room, Steve Newlin's voice rings out. He attempts to explain that he was only trying to escape her crazy and well-armed husband, but Sarah is inconsolable after being betrayed. She fires a paintball into Jason's groin, leveling him with pain.
Jumping into her utility terrain vehicle, he tears off toward the church. When he gets there, he finds Sookie with Steve holding a gun to her head, Eric chained to the altar and Bill surrounded by stake-wielding Soldiers of the Sun. Jason fire a paintball with dead aim, knocking the gun from Steve's hand and then follows up with a shot right between the minister's eyes. Before Eric can figure out to do with him, however, Stan and a squad of Dallas vamps stalk into the room.
He confronts the humans, asking if they're prepared to die for the religious madman, and they answer by standing down and exiting. The vampires, too, walk away from the scene. Jason apologizes to Sookie for being foolish enough to follow these extremists. He rushes back to his darkened bar, and when he goes inside, he's horrified to find Daphne's corpse in his walk-in, her heart cut out of her chest.
Police lights start flickering through the windows as Sheriff Bud Dearborn's voice fills the air. But her key ingredient is on the cutting board - a human heart, which she carefully slices into bite-sized pieces and adds to her pot. Sam knows Maryann is setting him up - and says as much - but Bud is concerned that nothing with the bar owner ever seems to check out.
Andy bursts into the room, drunk as usual, and does his best to corroborate Sam's story with his own tales about massive orgies and a clawed bull wearing a dress. Bud is far from convinced. As they eat, they can't believe how great it tastes. Slurping up the bright red sauce, they become more and more enamored with the meal, gushing about how delicious it is.
Bill tries to explain to Sookie that he couldn't rescue her because he was held hostage, but he leaves out the details about Lorena. Sookie and Bill both stare daggers at Eric for gambling with their lives to save Godric, but the Nordic vampire doesn't seem to care. Everything heals for a vampire, after all, and she's going to be a virgin for eternity.
As she weeps, Hoyt has no idea what to say to comfort her. Mike Spencer and Jane Bodehouse are both chagrined to be behind bars, though neither can quite remember what they did to get there. Soon, they're hitting each other - hard - in the face and exalting in the pain.
Maryann looks on, thrilled with the result. Dripping with menace, Lorena explains that she and Bill go way back, and as Sookie pieces things together, Bill steps in to get rid of Lorena. You've lost this one!
But Godric steps in, separating them and banishing Lorena from his area, disgusted with her behavior. He asks Bill to escort her out. Jason tries to talk to him, but his former camp-mate refuses to listen. Before even a vampire can react, he pushes the button on the detonator. Their farewell is cut short, however, when an explosion erupts behind them - Luke has detonated the bomb strapped to his chest.
She's alive, shielded by Eric, who urges Bill to chase after the rest of the Soldiers of the Sun before they can escape. Bill catches a young boy, who pleads for his life, but Bill sinks his fangs into the enemy's neck. The vampire doesn't drain him, though; he sends the soldier back to the Fellowship, commanding him to tell his leader that vampires showed him mercy.
Disgusted but grateful for his help, she agrees. But when Bill comes back inside and finds her working on the second slug in Eric's chest, he's furious. The silver was no threat, Bill tells Sookie; it was just a ploy to get her to drink the Nordic vampire's blood. Now, they'll share a connection forever. Once Bill and Sookie make it back to their hotel room, they vent over Eric's trickery. Though Bill is furious, he doesn't blame Sookie.
It was, after all, her goodness and desire to help that Eric took advantage of. He warns Sookie, though, that she may start to feel a sexual attraction toward the older vampire It's part of the blood's power. Adamant that it doesn't affect their relationship, Hoyt suggests they take things to the next level: It's time for Jessica to meet his mom. And they aren't amused when Maryann makes light of it as they compare notes in Sookie's kitchen. Maryann suggests that maybe it isn't so bad to lose control.
Maybe the two of them are reaching a higher plane. Eggs is willing to consider the idea, but Tara, who's spent decades on the receiving end of a raging drunk's blackouts, is not about to accept inebriation as a spiritual journey. He and Sookie both loaf around, miserable after the events of the past few days. Jason tries to explain how he ended up with the Fellowship, that they made him feel like he was worth something.
Sookie, understanding but still incredulous, asks if he ever thought for a moment what Gran would think of a group like the Fellowship. Jason says he can't think about Gran. It's too hard. He and Sookie are all alone now, and they have to stick together and be a family. They're as close as they've been in a long time. As their heart-to-heart ends, the Newlins come on the hotel TV, melting down fantastically during an interview with Nan Flanagan.
As the spokeswoman for the American Vampire League grills them about their involvement in the suicide bombing, Steve and Sarah devolve into outright bickering in front of the camera. Terry's squirrelly at first, but as Arlene becomes upset, he opens up, telling her that he can't remember whether they had sex. Glad that they've both been granted a dubious pass on this one, Arlene takes his hand and gives it a squeeze. Out in the dining room, though, things don't go so smoothly once Lafayette gets a look at the bruises covering his cousin.
He can't believe Tara would let Eggs hit her - especially after living with an abusive mother her whole life. The cook lunges at Eggs, who's just as ready to fight, causing a scene in the middle of the restaurant.
Tara manages to separate them and drag Eggs out the door, taking a wayward punch from him in the process. Her prejudice extends far beyond vampires, he points out - all the way to families with lots of kids and women who wear red shoes. She doesn't know what to say, only that he's her baby boy and she doesn't want to lose him.
Even worse, he's charming. Teasing, he tells her she'd make a great vampire, and she argues playfully with him. But the fantasy goes south when Lorena appears at the foot of the bed and reminds Sookie that she's betraying Bill. Sookie wakes with a start. Maryann shows up looking for Sam and suggests the sheriff make things a little easier on himself by releasing all the revelers he's picked up.
Vibrating quickly, she takes control of Bud, smiling as his eyes turn black. She stalks into the holding area and demands to see Sam Merlotte. But the bar owner has transformed into an insect and flown away, leaving nothing but his clothes behind on the floor of the cell. Jessica tries to win her over with compliments, but the older woman is obstinate, telling Jessica that she can't allow her son to spend the rest of his life with a vampire who can't give him children.
Crushed, Jessica leaves, with Hoyt following behind. They want Tara, and even after her eyes turn black and she starts to rage against them, Lafayette drags her out the door. Eggs tries to follow - his eyes also black - but Maryann tells him to stop, sure that Tara will come back on her own. Eric balks at Nan's rudeness toward his maker, but Godric doesn't care. And when he explains that he agreed to meet the sun, that the humans weren't holding him against his will, everyone is shocked.
But Godric just seems tired. He apologizes to the group for all the harm he's caused and tells Eric, who's beside himself with anger toward Nan, that they need to talk. As the meeting breaks up, Bill approaches Eric calmly and then punches the vampire in the face.
I'm part of her now. Where is Sam Merlotte? But Sam is nowhere to be found. It's unnatural, he says, and it must end. Eric's heart is breaking, and he says he won't let Godric go alone. But as Eric's maker, the older vampire commands him to leave. Sookie arrives, and though she can only pull patches of English from their Swedish conversation, she knows exactly what is going on.
She promises Eric that she'll stay with Godric until the end. As sunrise nears, Eric says goodbye and goes inside. Sookie weeps softly next to Godric, who tells her that he's filled with joy. He warns her to stand back as the sun crests the horizon, and as she watches, Godric disappears into white-hot radiance.
She comforts him, kissing his face lightly, and when he responds with his own kiss on her lips, she returns it. As they become more passionate, Eric pulls back, his fangs clicking into place. Sookie reaches out, exploring his teeth gingerly with her fingers. Eric gets the message and dives into her throat - But Sookie snaps awake in the back seat of an Anubis Air hearse.
It was just a dream But they're interrupted when the driver of their transport hits someone in the street of Bon Temps. Jason and Sookie both jump out of the vehicle and into a version of their hometown that's been vandalized almost beyond recognition. The people they ran over - a half-dressed couple - giggle maniacally and limp away.
Karl and Eggs, his eyes black as pits, serve her every whim, promising to find Kobe beef too add to the monument as an offering to her God Who Comes. It's the detective, returning from the deserted police station, and he's managed to find a bottle of booze along the way. Handing Sam the personal effects left behind in his jail cell, Andy still isn't clear on what's going on in town. The previous night's explanation feels pretty hazy.
Sam quickly fills things in again: Maryann's an ancient creature called a maenad, the pig worked for her, she wants to sacrifice Sam to her god, and it may be impossible to kill her. As Andy tries to digest this, the phone rings - it's Arlene. She's calling from Merlotte's where a crowd of possessed townspeople has pinned her down, and she's afraid her kids are going to get hurt.
Sam suspects it's a trap, but he can't bring himself to turn his back on her. Something is obviously wrong in town, but any chance to discuss it slips away when Maxine Fortenberry - looking unkempt and sporting black eyes - stumbles down the stairs toward them. Hoyt and Jessica chase after her, and once they get Maxine under control, explain how the whole town's gone mad.
Everyone's eyes have turned black, and they're planning to offer Sam as a human sacrifice. Jason decides he's going to Merlotte's to get to the bottom of things, despite Sookie's protests, and after Hoyt explains that Maryann has taken over the Stackhouse place, Sookie and Bill leave to confront her. One look at Arlene's eyes is all the warning they get before they're surrounded by lunatic townspeople. Andy pulls out his pistol, firing warning shots into the air, but it has no effect. Terry easily disarms him and empties the weapon into the walls, accidentally shooting the arm of a local man- who starts laughing.
Sam and Andy flee into the walk-in refrigerator, sealing the door behind them. Terry, in full military mode, addresses the disappointed crowd, saying their mission has been accomplished: The targets are trapped. He orders Jane Bodehouse to call Maryann to report the victory, and everyone cheers. Lettie Mae starts to pray, and when her nephew joins in, she looks shocked. The inside of the house is decorated with branches and candles; dirt and leaves are strewn everywhere.
As Sookie takes it all in, her cell phone rings. It's Lafayette, asking for her help with Tara and warning her to get out of the house right away. She hangs up, but Maryann appears, blocking their escape. Bill sinks his fangs into their enemy's neck, but her black blood causes him to foam at the mouth and vomit.
Sookie immediately understands that Maryann was the creature that attacked her in the woods, and when the strange woman advances, Sookie pushes back and is stunned to see sparks burst from her hands and shock Maryann. With no idea what just happened, she and Bill flee into the night. He sneaks into the bar and, cranking up a chainsaw, threatens all the locals gathered in the place.
They don't even blink. Even when he sinks the blade into the bar, they only laugh and cheer him on. The reprieve is brief, however. No sooner do the men collect their thoughts and compare notes than a window shatters in the bar and the whole mob floods back in. Sam, realizing Maryann's minions will never stop, turns himself over to them.
But once they get him outside the bar, Jason reappears wearing a gas mask and hurling road flares - impersonating the God Who Comes. Disappointed at the lack of destruction but convinced nonetheless, Maryann's followers wander off to give her the good news. Sookie tries to gaze into her friend's mind but sees only darkness - as if Tara doesn't exist at all. Bill suggests he try to glamour her while Sookie uses her power, and the tandem effort manages to break through, freeing Tara from the power of Maryann's will.
But the reality that Tara's returned to is far more painful than being possessed - she needs to go save Eggs, she says. But he must go alone. Sookie objects, but when Bill explains to her that the people of Bon Temps need her help more than he does, she knows he's right. He kisses her quickly and bolts away. Finally the young vampire reaches the limit of her tolerance and attacks Maxine. Hoyt looks on screaming as his girlfriend's fangs puncture his mother's jugular.
She's expecting you. Bill looks on, self-conscious. When the Queen finishes her meal, Bill explains that he needs to know how to kill the maenad that's been terrorizing Bon Temps. Sophie-Ann lets on enough about the creature to convince him she can help, but she then toys with Bill, insisting that he stay for a day and visit with her. She gets to! It's too dangerous, Sookie tells her, and then Lafayette piles on, informing Tara he won't let her go back to a man who beats her.
This is news to Lettie Mae, and as she also starts to become involved, Tara loses it and screams that just because all their lives are miserable doesn't mean they should ruin hers, too. Stung, Lafayette handcuffs her to the coffee table and goes out on the porch to stand watch with a rifle. Predictably, this blows Jason's mind. But despite Sam's obvious familiarity with the supernatural, he fails to convince Jason to avoid Maryann. The young paramilitary trainee is determined to fight the maenad - with whatever weapons he and Andy can dig up at the police station.
At this point in the conversation, Sam catches a movement outside, and when he goes to investigate, he finds Arlene's kids, Coby and Lisa, hiding hungry and frightened in the woods. Sookie finds out from Lafayette that she isn't the only one having sex-filled dreams about Eric after drinking the vampire's blood. Inside the house, Tara goes to work on Lettie Mae, trying to convince her troubled mother to set her free - that this is the one chance to repair their relationship.
Lettie gives in, tricking Lafayette into handing over his gun and then holding him and Sookie hostage as Tara makes a break for it. On the way out, a local named Kevin shoots Andy in the chest, and just as Jason turns a gun on the attacker, Andy lifts his shirt, showing Jason the Kevlar that saved his life. Still, he and Sookie manage to disarm her and escape - if rushing to Maryann's with plans to kill the creature counts as any kind of escape. She tries to hustle him out the door, but Maryann corners her first.
The maenad explains that Tara is the one who summoned her: Miss Jeanette's exorcism may have been fake, but the power of the ritual was enough to pique Maryann's curiosity about Bon Temps. Maryann vibrates lightly, which has no effect on Tara, who says she's free of the maenad's control now.
So Maryann punches Tara in the face, hard, and when the girl looks up, her eyes have turned black. At this point, the mob from Merlotte's returns to tell Maryann about the return of her god and the smiting of Sam - and she's furious with their idiocy. When Hoyt tries to stop her, she digs deep to hurt him, telling her son that he's always held her back from doing what she wanted.
She says Hoyt is weak, just like his father was before he killed himself. This is news to Hoyt, who always thought his dad was shot by a burglar. Cagey and condescending, Eric makes it clear to Sam that he's being generous by getting involved at all, though the vampire is secretly pleased at this opportunity to make an impression on Sookie.
He tells Sam there is someone he can talk to and then flies off into the night - literally. When she won't allow him to beg off, Bill capitulates, but he can't allow her to detain him any longer - Sookie needs his help. As he plays a game of Yahtzee with the Queen, he reminds her as politely as possible that he must leave.
Finally, to keep him just a few minutes longer, she gives him the information he's looking for: The only way to kill Maryann is to let her meet the God Who Comes. Only then will she be vulnerable. Bill thanks her for her help and leaves, but he runs into Eric on his way out. Bill immediately understands the vampire's ploy to get closer to Sookie and warns Eric to stay away from her Lafayette captures the couple's attention by scattering a bag full of pills on the ground, while Sookie heads to the house.
Soon, however, Maryann and Karl catch up with Lafayette, and when he fires a shot at the maenad, she deflects the bullet into her manservant's skull. Sounding like an idiot - but a credible one - Jason shoots back that being a ripped sex machine takes a lot of work. Not to mention that every person he's ever loved has died. Cowed, Andy nods, and the two of them bury the hatchet in preparation of what's to come. After an uncomfortably close encounter with Mike Spencer, she goes to her room, where she finds Tara and Eggs converting her bed into a nest for a giant egg.
She turns to flee but runs into Lafayette, whose eyes have turned glassy and black. She strips to her underwear, terrified, and he hands her a toga. He then marches her downstairs, where Maryann holds court, wearing Gran's wedding dress and surrounded by frenzy-eyed women in togas.
Ordering the rest of the bridesmaids away, Maryann prods Sookie to reveal what she is and how she was able to shoot electricity from her hands. The waitress has no answer, but Maryann doesn't care - Sookie will serve as perfect bait to lure Sam back into the sacrificial circle.
Sophie-Anne has other concerns, however - like how Bill found out that she's been having Eric sell vampire blood. Pouncing on top of him, Sopie-Anne extends her fangs menacingly. He swears that Bill has no idea she's involved, and the Queen accepts Eric's assurance that he'll take care of the situation.
Jason, feeling like an action hero with a gun in his hand, tosses a weapon to Andy, who's almost ashamed to admit that he's never killed anyone. Both men are spared the deflowering, however. They don't even make it to the porch before they're overcome by Maryann's power, their eyes flipping to black. Grossed out, Sookie follows suit, but she still defies Maryann, telling the maenad that her God is not going to show up.
The crowd becomes even more agitated and starts to chant as Sam is bound to a plank and placed before the totem. As Sookie shrieks in the background, Eggs plunges Maryann's ceremonial dagger deep into Sam's chest. But when Sookie meets her dying friend's eyes, she's shocked to receive a mental message from him: Distract Maryann! In a fit of confusion and grief, Sookie pushes the totem over and confronts Maryann, whose rage is absolute. Before the maenad can use her power to destroy everyone around her, however, a giant bull approaches.
Her God has come. She raises her arms in welcome, and the beast gores her, unleashing a torrent of her black blood. Just as she expires, a willing sacrifice to her own God, the bull changes shape He pulls his arm from Maryann's chest, gripping her darkened heart. Not to mention that I can actually fully relate to this song. How am I doing so far? Their full length debut album entitled Meet The Vamps has only been released in the UK — but it is available via torrent download if anyone is interested.
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