Torture Factory. Crowley has strapped Kevin into the chair where he recently tortured poor Samandriel. Kevin is still covered in congealing blood and chunks of the would-be prophet that Crowley exploded. "I thought privacy might make it easier to chat," Crowley says. Kevin still doesn't want to talk, so Crowley, in a fit of pique, grabs a knife and slices off Kevin's pinky finger. Kevin screams and screams. Once he catches his breath, he says, "I'll do it!"
Kevin, with his mangled hand now wrapped up, begins to read over the tablet. There's lots of little stuff about demon influence and demons transporting to Hell and whatnot, but Crowley tells him to skip ahead to the big stuff. Outside, the Good Guys are just arriving. Sam handcuffs a sputtering Mama Tran to the steering wheel of her car and Dean, after confirming they're at the right place, finishes off the demonic minion. Back inside, Crowley is amusing himself with a little plastic pinwheel toy while Kevin reads. Crowley perks up when Kevin discovers the bit about sealing the gates of Hell. Up to this point, Crowley wasn't sure the gates even existed. Meanwhile, the Winchesters and Castiel are sneaking around outside and killing minions. Dean and Castiel go off in one direction while Sam heads off another way.
Kevin discovers what he says looks like a personal note at the end of the tablet. "A personal note from God?" Crowley asks. "From the archangel Metatron," Kevin says. "It's like a farewell note." He reads: "Upon completion of this task, I take my leave of my Master and this world."
Sam lures a bunch of minions over to him, then blasts them with the demon bomb. If the Winchesters had any sense, they'd hurry up and make a hundred of those things ASAP. Then again, these are the people who ditched Thor's hammer without a second thought. In another part of the factory, Castiel senses that they're getting close to Kevin. A moment later, Sam comes upon the Cylon table. The room seems empty. Sam sees all the blood and despairs. Would-be prophets pop up from their hiding places. Sam, relieved, says he's there to help. Meanwhile, as Castiel and Dean make their way towards Kevin, there's this cool bit where Dean senses a demon sneaking up behind them. The demon doesn't make a sound, mind you, but Dean knows he's there anyway because Post-Purgatory Dean is just that much of a goddamned badass. Dean whips out his knife and advances on the demon. Somehow, this nobody demon telekinetically hurls Dean into the wall. He even manages to hold Castiel off for a bit, but the nerdy angel battles back and dispatches the demon. The effort taxes the already-weakened Castiel and he stumbles into a wall. Dean rushes over to him and grips his shoulder to keep him from falling down. "You're not all the way back, are you?" Castiel just sort of pants in reply.