Elsewhere in the house, Dean and Sam are still arguing. Well, mostly it's Sam still arguing while Dean texts him the address on the island. At some point, Sam realizes he's alone in this conversation. He shouts for his brother, but Dean has left the phone on a table. A vamp finally hears all the hubbub. When he goes to check it out, Dean decapitates him with one swipe of his ax. Unfortunately, the vamp drops and breaks Dean's phone in the process. Dean reaches down to drag the dead vamp out of the hallway when another vamp appears. Dean's face goes, "Oh, shit!"
Sorrento brings Benny into a beautifully appointed if somewhat stuffy study. A man stands in the shadows. "Hello, Father," Benny says. The Old Man turns to face him. Naturally, he's not an old man at all, but a ruddy-cheeked, rosy-lipped young man who looks like he just stepped out of a Ralph Lauren photo shoot. "Benny, I have no words," he says with a slight accent I can't quite place. As we'll soon find out, he actually has plenty of words. "Can you help us understand -- I know you don't owe us anything -- but how? How are you here, standing in front of me?" He has the oddest singsong way of speaking that's sort of wonderfully creepy. He wonders if Benny has been to Hell, but Benny won't say. He'd prefer to show the Old Man. The Old Man talks about how much he regretted having Benny killed. "When it was all done, I wailed when I saw you in all those pieces. Didn't I, Sorrento? Didn't I wail like the ugliest baby in the world?" Is there a right way to answer that question? Sorrento decides to go with this: "Yes, Father. That's when you decided to turn his cow." Benny shoots Sorrento a look. "Of course, So-So is bitter," the Old Man pouts, "because your cow outranks him now." You know, I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that this guy is not sleeping with Andrea. Or if he is, it's in a strictly pajama party sort of way. He says he kept Andrea alive because she meant so much to Benny, and she was all he had to remember Benny by.