Sam puts on his hit-me face, and looks at Dean, who quietly asks, "What else?"
Bobby's puzzled. "What else what?"
What else could do it?
Air-life your ass out of the hotbox? As far as I can tell, nothing."
Dean looks at Bobby, intently. Sam's such a cheerful puppy; he can't contain himself or his smile. "Dean, this is good news!" When Dean asks how, he answers, "Duh." Well, no but don't you think he should have? I mean, hello, Dean. Wouldn't it be nice to have an angel helping you instead of a demon hunting you? The chuckleheads end up dragging Bobby into their religious argument. Dean's all: So there's a God? Bobby's like, I'm thinking yeah. Sam's all, Whoopee, I can compare it to science now, instead of faith. I'm all, Oh get to the bloody next scene. We get it, show. Dean's having a hard time accepting the fact that an angel saved him. This was covered extensively in the season premiere. It follows that he's having a hard time thinking that there's a God, and one who thinks he's worth saving. He's not worthy. He's a thief. He's a slutty, slutty boy. He's just a regular guy. Why him? Blah blah skip the pie and eat-some-therapy-cakes. When Sam explains that Dean must be a regular guy who is important to 'the man upstairs', Dean says, "Well that creeps me out," with a look that makes the whole scene worth watching. "I mean, I don't like getting singled out at birthday parties, much less by...God." Sam's had it with Dean's issues, and is immune to his look. "Too bad, Dean, because I think he wants you to strap on your party hat." It might have gotten lost what with all the dying and all, Sam. Maybe you could give him yours? Dean clears his throat, but his voice is still all husky, not that I notice these things. "Fine, what do we know about angels?" Bobby hefts a pile of mostly huge books and plops it down in front of the boys, telling them to start reading. Dean points at his brother and says, "You're gonna get me some pie!" Dean grabs the smallest book off the top of the pile and storms off.
Sam and Metallicar drive up to what appears to be a truck stop. The only signage visible though, reads, "Beer & Wine," which is a little scary. Sam's on his cell phone, responding to more orders from his dearly departed and recently returned brother. Yes he'll get chips. When has he ever forgotten the pie? Well, there was that time he mistook Dean's straight talking dessert order for some weird Kansas equivalent of Cockney rhyming slang for eff off and die, and did just that. Maybe that's why Dean's so adamant. Just get him the damn pie, Sam. No forgetting. No improvising. No getting taken to Demonette Sleep-Away Camp. No getting killed. Look at it this way. Pie will help Dean keep his pie hole shut. On second thought, given the way he chews... Sam spots NuRuby lurking around the corner of the store and ends his call with Dean. Oh for crying out loud, he's going off book already.