Sookie decided to do a humorous impression of her lover Bill Comptons way of saying "SOOKEH" which i think was a nice nod to the fans who have enjoyed it in the past. And while Bill was disposed with the King of Mississippi, Sookie and Eric got closer and he even admitted how 'valuable' her life was to him. While confessing to the connection between the Nazi's and a group of werewolves. What i have also enjoyed in the past and was shown a lot in this episode, was the many layers Lafayette has. How the writers have made him more than a token flaming homosexual of the the show. Despite his mother's hatred of his sexuality and how much Tara pushes her relationships to the extreme, he still cares and supports his family. Meanwhile, Sam got to meet his blood family of shape shifters and learned his new found younger brother isn't exactly loving his addition to the family.
What i am also enjoying so far in this season, is how much Alan Ball and the writers are sticking to Charlaine Harris' third book "Club Dead". Although there have been some changes and added stories, it still has the same feel. (at least to me it does)
Jason Stackhouse though seems to be his same old self so far, with his jealously of Andy Bellefleur's new found attention for the town thinking it was him who shot Eggs. But will this change after his introduction to Hot Shot's Calvin and Crystal Norris? I guess we will wait and see.
This episode also introduced new characters for the season i think we will all enjoy to know. Such as the vampire Franklin Mott, who meets Tara in her moment of sadness. So will Tara soon change her feelings of vampires after meeting him?
Maybe she'll even have a change of heart for her opinions of the dead.
All in all i have to say i really enjoyed this episode and how the story was flushed out so well to introduce all the new situations and characters.