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Bill saves Sookie from the Rattray's. Meanwhile, Tara must cope with family issues; and a new church threatens the vampire world. When Sookie visits Bill's home she is greeted by three unfriendly vampires, whom aren't interested in mainstreaming, like Bill.
Tara: Did you own slaves?
Bill: I did not. But my father did.
Mike Spencer: Your grandmother lets you associate with a vampire?
Sookie: You can take that up with her Mike Spencer. I'm sure she'd just love to know that somebody thinks she's not takin' proper care of me.
Lafayette: Why come you won't call Jason Stackhouse?
Tara: You are a mean, nasty bitch.
Lafayette: And you need to move your sorry ass outcha momma house. Thas whatcha needs to do.
Lafayette: All right, all right. I is on my way. But you might got ta find your own ride home. Just in case I get lucky.
Tara: Whatchu mean if you get lucky? Your standards are so low you always get lucky.
Bill: Can I ask you a personal question.
Sookie: Bill, you were just lickin' blood outta my head. I don't think it gets much more personal than that.
Bill: How do you manage a social life with men your own age, their only thought must be...
Sookie: I don't date.
Sookie: I'm sorry I was such a bitch to you last night
Tara: I'm sorry, I've been acting like your mother.... I'm just worried about you Sookie, your basically my only friend.
(Jason storms in)
(Bill leaves the room room with Sookie)
Jason: Well, thanks for making me look like a fool in front of him gran.
Adele: Jason, you don't need any help looking like a fool.