Bill’s laying down the rules of the house to his new “daughter” Jessica. He’s setting her bed time (droll), telling her not to eat people (funny) and that they’re a family of recyclers (so hilarious I can barely stand it!). Sookie calls to say she’ll be late because something bad happened. Bill offers to meet her, but she declines. Bill tells Jessica that they’re going to have a visitor shortly – his girlfriend – and orders her to go remove her skanky makeup and get cleaned up.
Jason Stackhouse, meanwhile, is reading (shirtless, of course) some Fellowship of the Sun literature. He rubs his black sheets and flashes back to one of his trippy V experiences with Amy Burley (that crazy girl he was sleeping with in season 1 who got killed by Rene).
At the police station, Tara is being questioned by Bud, Kendra and Andy, who are doubting the exorcism story. Turns out Miss Jeanette is but a humble cashier, but Tara sticks to her story. Tara’s mother, Lettie Mae, bursts into the station and joins Tara in the interogation room. Lettie Mae insists that Miss Jeanette saved her life, but Tara tells her that Miss Jeanette was a fake. Lettie Mae refuses to believe the scam.
Cut to a dungeon/basement, where Lafayette, two other men and a woman are chained to some sort of device that they have to turn by moving in a circle (like a big wheel hanging from the ceiling). The redneck who goaded Lafayette about making an AIDS burger is brought down into the dungeon and exchanged for another prisoner. He recognizes Lafayette, who says he doesn’t know how long he’s been down there.