Flutter, Flutter RAAAWWWR! "Eeeeeeeeeeeee!" shrieks Raoul, as is his wont, before collapsing back against the cushions, exhausted by such vigorous vocal effort on his part so early in the episode. "It's true!" Raoul gasps, placing a carefully manicured paw against his heaving chest. "I'm breathless!" Then, shall I continue while you recuperate, or have you anything else to add at this juncture? "Nothing at all!" Excellent.
The shot fades up on a disorienting, extremely low-angle view of an institutional-looking façade before the camera scampers indoors to find April listlessly staring out the window into the mid-afternoon gloom. "I'm not talking about it anymore," she flatly states. "I already told the cops and the doctors, and no one believes me -- they think I'm crazy." "Well, I'm a little bit more open-minded than most," Darling Sammy gently replies, and the camera cuts around to a pan from across the room that reveals him seated across from April at a small table in an asylum day room, but that's not important right now, because Darling Sammy's apparently masquerading as an orderly again, and good goddamn if Jared Padalecki can't work a pair of white scrubs. "I'll say!" Raoul agrees, having recovered somewhat from his earlier exertions. "Woof!" I'm telling Chief. "Who?!" Exactly my point. In any event, Darling Sammy asks why April told the authorities she'd been possessed when she gave Taylor that Ultimate Swirlie, and April offers the explanation we've heard many, many times on this show with regard to that particular demonic affliction: "I was there in my head, but I couldn't control my body." The remainder of the interview's short and unproductive -- no, April didn't smell "rotting eggs" in the bathroom, nor did she spot any black smoke, and is Sam nuts? -- so Sam hustles on out of there to join Dean down in the Impala, which is totally, completely inconspicuously parked right in front of the asylum's main entrance. Oh, Dean. By the way, I should note we've seen this building at least twice before, first in (appropriately enough) "," and then again in a later episode whose details escape me at the moment, and I should further note it's not the only time this evening they revisit previous locations. However, I have no idea if it's intentional, given the episode's subject matter, or if they've just run out of places to film in Vancouver after three and a half years. Whatever. I should also note that I skipped the location card a couple of scenes ago, and we're actually in "Fairfax, Indiana," this evening, which doesn't exist. The town, I mean. Oh, again: Whatever. Is everyone all caught up now? "We are!" Then let's continue, shall we? "Yes! Let's!"