Finally, Dean gets the bright idea to grab a mirror and hold it up so she can see her own reflection. Then my mind truly gets blown -- in an annoying way -- when Bloody Mary's reflection starts berating her, "You killed them. All those people." Bloody Mary then melts into a bloody mess on the floor. Dean tosses the mirror and it shatters. So. To recap, within the recap: the spirit of a murdered woman entered a mirror and started taking revenge on people with terrible secrets who looked into mirrors. But in the end, her having done so was sort of secret -- from? her pals at the Spirit Bar down the street? -- and so when she looked at herself, she had to kill herself? Like I said, overly complicated and overly literal at the same time. Here's what I kept hoping would happen: KC was Bloody Mary reincarnated. She's sweet throughout and the boys think they are helping her, until they realize and have to kill her. No complicated differential equations to solve regarding how a spirit jumps from one mirror to the next. Short, sweet, and a blonde chick gets iced.Dean and Sam sit on the floor of the store with cleanly articulated rivulets of blood dripping down their face. Dean, as usual, jokes, "This has gotta be like six hundred years of bad luck or what?" Metal Teeth Chomp.
Commercials. The Metallicar screeches through a residential street. Dean and Sam have driven KC back home. From the back seat, she asks, "So this is really over?" She thanks them and gets out of the car. Sam calls after her, "Your boyfriend's death. You really should try to forgive yourself." Dean turns to him and says, "That's good advice." Thanks, kids, for watching this After School Special with me.
Driving in front of ridiculous blue screen "town" scenery, Dean asks Sam to tell him what the secret was. Sam says, "Look. You're my brother. And I'd die for you. But there's some things I need to keep to myself." So true when it comes to life partners. Sam looks beatifically out the car window, having learned so many lessons this episode, when his attention is caught by a buxom blonde standing on the street corner in a white gown. It's Jessica, who disappears behind a telephone pole and doesn't reappear. Sam works his jaw, and we fade to black.