Martin is flabbergasted. "Why do I get the feeling that your brother is vouching for a vampire?" he asks Sam. "I got history with the guy," Dean explains. "I'm not signing up for a witch hunt. I owe him more than that." Sam looks sympathetic, or maybe worried for his brother, but Martin is just getting more riled up by the minute. He wants to go after Benny, but Dean asks Sam for time to figure things out. Sam agrees to give him two hours.
As soon as Dean leaves, Martin is all het up to go after Benny without him, but Sam is adamant about letting Dean have his two hours. Martin throws up his hands. "It's your brother, it's your call. How long are you gonna let him go on like this? It's staring him right in the face!" Sam sighs because he feels a flashback coming on. "Sometimes it's not easy to see things for what they are..."
With that, we return to Kermit, Texas. Perhaps it's difficult to see things for what they are because of the ever-present haze in these flashbacks. Also, it seemed like we were done with these things last week, didn't it? The moment it became clear that we were about to embark on another flashback, I may have actually wailed in frustration. It's like sitting in the dentist's chair, thinking that they're all done pulling out your teeth, but then just when you start to relax they find yet another one to yank out.
Anyway, so Sam is sitting out on the back deck of his and Amelia's surprisingly large house, playing fetch with the adorable dog. Amelia joins him and together they sit in awkward silence. Finally, they talk about what Amelia's going to do about Don. "He's your husband, Amelia," Sam says when she says she doesn't know what to tell him. It sounds like Sam's going to be all decent and self-sacrificing, but no! "I don't want to do the right thing," he says. "This is the right thing, you and me! And maybe I'm going to Hell for saying this, but I'm not ready to give this up." At that moment, Crowley appears and whisks Sam off to eternal damnation, where he will subject the big oaf to moose jokes and needle at his masculinity for the rest of time. Or maybe Sam and Amelia just decide to wait for a few days and think things over.