That brings us back to the present in Eagle Harbor. "Good to know you're as dumb as ever," Benny says to Dean. "Yeah, well, some things never change," Dean says. He asks Benny why he's fighting with his own kind. Benny says the vampires he killed were from his old nest. He's going after the vampire who made him. Dean is surprised. "Well, don't get me wrong. I'm down with the hunting, but... why?" he asks. Benny answers, "Kill him before he kills me -- again." Dean gives him a long, considering look, like maybe he doesn't know if it's quite that simple, but he doesn't say anything.
Back to Sam in Oregon. He's taken his research outside, but gets distracted when he notices that the ice machine across the parking lot is out of order. This leads him to another of his weird Instagram flashbacks. He remembers fixing the ice machine at the Texas motel, with the adorable dog by his side. For his next job, the kid at the desk sends him to fix the backed-up sink in room 118. The room is empty when Sam gets to work, although strewn about the counters are signs of plentiful drinking. There are wine bottles, beer cans, shot glasses, tequila and a margarita glass. The door opens and the crabby lady vet walks in. She sees Sam under the sink and freaks out. "What the hell are you doing here?" Instead of letting him answer, she just keeps plowing on. "I knew there was something off about you, with your creepy Army/Navy and your sideburns!" I want to like her just for dissing Sam's sideburns, but instead I find her rude and off-putting. After all, we the viewers have had years to form an opinion about Sam's poor facial hair choices, whereas the vet is making a snap judgment. Sam finally explains that he's fixing the sink. She stares at him like he's crazy.
Together, Dean and Benny go through Quentin's personal effects. There's a pocket watch, lighter, wallet, a wad of cash, notebook... all spattered with blood. Dean quietly pockets the cash while Benny's not looking. It's subtle, but pretty funny. "Quentin and I went way back," Benny says. "He was one of the Old Man's favorites, next to me, it turns out." Dean focuses on the notebook. He reads off a list of yacht names and launch times, although he doesn't recognize them as such at first and gets a gentle ribbing from Benny as a result. Benny tells him that his nest would feed by targeting yachts on their way to far-off ports. "Boarded, burned and buried at sea," he says. He doesn't hide any of the important details or try to minimize his part in it when Dean is obviously disturbed. "We just let the ocean swallow up all our sins," he says. Are there so many yachts that nobody notices when a bunch of them don't come back? Dean thinks about all this for a while. Is he going to denounce his friend's past activities? Recoil in horror? He seems to struggle with the right words. Finally: "Vampire pirates? That's what you guys are?" He thinks about it some more, and then: "Vampirates!" They share a chuckle. Benny shakes his head. "You know, all these years we ran together, I can't believe nobody ever thought of that." Dean is incredulous. "What do you mean? It's like the third thing you say." Benny: "No, it isn't." Hee! Seriously. Odd Couple/Charlie's Angels. Make it happen, Universe.