Henry sits down, crushed by the weight of this revelation. So many daddy issues spawned by a single act! Two generations' worth, so far. Henry says he was supposed to teach John everything he knew. He was a LEGACY! "He learned things a little differently," Dean says. "How?" Henry asks. "The hard way," Dean says. He goes on about John's lonely childhood, fighting in the war, losing his wife to a demon and later being killed by one. Henry says he wishes he could have been there for him, but Dean is so bitter by this point that he's practically digesting himself. He goes off to have a pout somewhere while Henry shouts after him about not having a choice. Because he was a LEGACY! It's basically like destiny, except it doesn't sound as much like a stripper's name.
Dean and Sam wake up the next morning to discover that Gramps is gone. He left a message saying he was going to fix everything, which Dean takes to mean he's going to screw it all up, because that's just how their luck goes.
Henry has made his way to a New Age sort of shop filled with crystals and other shiny trinkets. He seems encouraged to see a particular symbol painted on the window and goes inside. "Sat Naam," a woman greets him. "I could use a tear of a dragon and a pinch of the Sands of Time," Henry says. She feigns ignorance, so he points out the hunter's sign in her window. How in the hell did he even find this place? The shopkeeper is not happy. She cocks a gun under the counter and tells him to leave. He picks up some chamomile off the counter and blows it into her face while uttering a short spell. She falls to the floor, unconscious.