Truman speaks to Eric through an intercom and reveals that he has sent Willa to the camp, much to Eric's disbelief. This, combined with the 4th of July holiday, is theorized to account for the dramatic decline in ratings for that particular episode. The one that started them all… — Sandra Gonzalez. All-access pass to the top stories, events and offers around town. Jason initially rebuffs her, saying that she "always seemed like a nice lady behind the crazy and the hate," and that he's not the same person she used to know. Sookie had some steamy dreams about Eric after being tricked into drinking his blood earlier in the series, but nothing beats the real thing which continued back at her house on the floor, in the chair, and on the bed.
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He and Jessica have sex in the back of his truck. Holly stops him, telling him that he isn't capable of fighting Bill, and that he will only wind up getting himself killed and leaving his surviving daughter with no one to protect her. At Fangtasia, she undergoes skin surgery from Dr. Desperate to stop Sookie from suffering what he thinks is a terrible fate, Corbett drugs Sookie and carries her to their car, intending to kill her before Warlow can have her.