Back to Kermit we go. Sam is having a drink at the bar when a thought suddenly occurs to him. He takes out his phone and tries one more time to call Amelia's number. This time, someone picks up... but it's Dean on the other end, not his crabby ex-girlfriend. "Sam, I need your help, come quick," Sam says, reading aloud the text he received. He realizes Dean has switched Amelia's phone number with a burner phone. "When did you do that?" he asks. "A while back, in case I needed it," Dean says. Then, borrowing Sam's words from the beginning of this episode, he adds, "Looks like I made the right call." They argue for a bit and eventually get around to the whole reason Dean sent Sam away in the first place. "So, is it done?" Sam asks. "It's done," Dean says. So... is Dean letting Sam think that Benny is dead? Sam is pretty upset to learn that Martin died in the process, even though he's the one who left the nutball on his own. "Was it Benny?" Sam asks. Dean pauses for a moment, then: "He had it coming, Sam." He tries to explain to Sam what happened, but Sam's all, "I know what happened, Dean!" Which, you know, he totally doesn't, but whatever. He hangs up on Dean, pays for his drink and turns around to find Amelia standing there. "I knew that was you," she says. She must have seen the giant shadow lurking outside her window and realized it was either Sam or a Sasquatch. Sam makes a series of scared/confused/generally weird faces, but says nothing. And that, for some reason, is what the show decides is a good cliffhanger to go out on.
So, that's it for a few weeks. Enjoy your winter hiatus away from the Angstchesters. If you're spending holidays with the family, hopefully they don't drive you too crazy, but if they do, don't try to hunt any vampires until you're sane again.
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