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Sam and Dean try to figure out how to fulfill the third trial--cure a demon--and Dean refuses to have Castiel help them after the angel's recent betrayal. Meanwhile, Crowley launches a new plan to force the Winchesters to turn over the tablet, and Metatron devices a scheme to stop the angel war from spreading out onto Earth.
In Lost Creek, Colorado, Tommy Collins looks nervously outside of the cabin where he's staying with his girlfriend Shelly. She's surprised that Tommy came up with her, but notices that he's distracted. Tommy looks out into the night and remembers when he was attacked by a Wendigo years ago. As he kisses Shelly, Tommy hears a growling noise. He tells her that it's a Wendigo and tells Shelly to go to the bedroom while he lights up an acetylene torch. However, he collapses to the ground, his ears bleeding, as the growling noise echoes in his head. Tommy finally falls to the floor as his head explodes...Read the full recap
Dean: How you feeling?
Sam: Honestly, ummm... my, uh whole body hurts. I feel nauseous and like I'm starving at the same time. And everything smells like rotting meat.
Dean: I've had that hangover. Jaeger, man.
Castiel: I like this bunker. It's orderly.
Sam: Oh, give us a few months. Dean wants to get a ping-pong table.
Castiel: I've heard of that. It's a game, right?
Waitress: Cool coat.
Castiel: No, it's actually quite warm.
Waitress: Cute and funny--okay.
Sam: So you really think this'll work?
Dean: Dude, we got needles, we got thread. We've seen Young Frankenstein about a thousand times. We're golden.
Dean: Son of a bitch!
Crowley: Son of a witch, actually. My mommy taught me a few tricks.
Sam: The Exorcist would have been a Class 2.
In the 1973 movie The Exorcist, Linda Blair played a demon-possessed child, Regan MacNeil.
Dean: We've seen Young Frankenstein about a thousand times.
Young Frankenstein is a 1974 comedy by Mel Brooks, a homage to the Frankenstein movies of the 1930s and 40s.