Who's ready for some Supernatural?
Sam has a priest bless blood bags. He's going to attempt to cure Dean. He shoots Dean up full of demon blood.
Hannah and Castiel chat. She reveals she worries about him.
Dean and Sam make angsty conversation. "Don't be so full of yourself, Sammy."
Aaaaaand I checked out of the conversation. Dean is a hypocrite and needs to shove it.
Turns out the poor bastard Lester from before was tricked by Sam into making a deal with a demon so Sam could snag the demon and torture her for info on Dean and Crowley's whereabouts. Sam feels guilty, especially after Dean reveals he killed Lester himself, and he's letting Dean mess with his head.
Crowley's in hell and having flashbacks of his time with Dean. They're really playing this up, aren't they?
Hannah and Castiel mull over their predicament of Cas' fading grace: to kill an angel and steal theirs, or turn to Metatron? Cas is being stubborn.
Dean seems to be dying, unresponsive to Sam's attempts to keep him awake. You had best believe I replayed that slap twenty times over and got a visceral pleasure from each one. God, I'm demented.
More brotherly wangst. Yawn. Boring.
Crowley is ruling hell and putting treacherous demons on trial. One says he doesn't want to live in Crowley's hell anymore and kills himself of his own volition. Crowley simply says, "Didn't see that coming. Huh."
Castiel calls out Hannah on having feelings for him, and she says she's focused on the mission. Adina comes back, holds Hannah hostage but then goes to kill Castiel.
Crowley appears over a beaten Castiel. Sam discovers Dean is gone.
Crowley slits Adina's throat and steals her grace before killing her. "Why can't you people just sit on clouds and play harps like you're supposed to?"
The Wangsty Winchesters play a game of cat and mouse. Or cat and Moose.
No, not that
kind of rim shot. Ya nasty.
Crowley feeds Castiel the grace. He had to save the day because he's the only one willing to get his hands dirty.
Dean explains he got loose by becoming more human the more blood was shot up in him, so the handcuffs worked less and he walked right across the Devil's Trap.
Let me just stop you right there and call bullshit. The King of fuckin Hell
was constrained, and that bullshit excuse didn't set him free, but for you it does?
I don't give a fuck if you're a Knight of Hell. Sloppy writing and bullshit.
Before Sam has to kill Dean, Castiel shows up and restrains the maybe-maybe-not-Demon. They continue the treatment until Dean is supposedly cured. Holy water doesn't work on him, or if it does, he hides it well.
Dean and Cas talk. They're glad the other is there.
And the episode ends with a red-headed woman who is clearly a demon, given that her hotel waiters are pinned to the ceiling, dead, and dripping blood below.
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