Delta Mendota arrives at the abandoned diner to meet with the Trans. She makes flirty eyes at Kevin. Mama Tran blasts her in the face with a turkey baster full of holy water, probably as much to test her for possession as to punish her for flirting with Kevin. Delta says she's, like, soooo ready to get even with those demons because, like, they're just soooo totally mean. She hands over the spell components, but Mama Tran is upset because there's enough for one bomb. Delta excuses herself and heads for the restroom. Kevin pays particular attention to her behind as she walks away. Mama Tran swats him. It's all so corny and stupid. Even the music is over-the-top, like it's trying desperately to point out how funny the scene is. It's the musical equivalent of canned laughter.
Back at the Motel of the Week, it's Sam's turn to do research. He reads the latest news about the mysterious abductions and learns that the victims come from all over the world. "This guy Luigi Ponzi disappeared while walking between two subway cars in Rome," he says. "And right above ground, there was a freak hailstorm." Dean, who's been in the bathroom washing his face, seems pretty jazzed. "Are we going to Rome? Wouldn't be too shabby." He must have gotten over his fear of flying at some point. Or he doesn't realize they can't drive to Europe. As he reaches for a towel, there's a fluttering sound behind him. He looks up at the mirror and sees Castiel standing behind him. He turns around, his face all full of hope and shock. This time, Castiel doesn't disappear from sight. "Hello, Dean," he says in his familiarly gruff voice.