Dean comes to in the Beaudelaire to find himself handcuffed to the radiator. He makes quick work of the lock and calls Benny. Benny's still up at the creek, looking fondly at a picture of Elizabeth and himself, when his phone rings. "What'd they say?" he asks. "They didn't go for it," Dean says. "They're on their way to you -- I'd get scarce." Benny scoffs, but Dean tells him not to underestimate Sam. "So what now?" Benny asks. "I go find Desmond," Dean tells him. Benny eventually talks Dean into taking him along, even though Dean's main concern is getting Benny out of harm's way.
By nightfall, Sam and Martin have arrived at Mill Creek. Again, perhaps Dean was a little bit too forthcoming with all the details. Luckily, Benny is long gone. While Martin pokes around the remnants of Benny's camp, Sam gets a text from Amelia. "Sam, I need your help. Come quick." Does Sam call her back? Does he even text her back to find out what's going on? No, he does not. For all he knows, she's just plugged up her disposal with limes again. Martin finds Benny's picture of Elizabeth lying on the ground. Only a plot contrivance could make Benny drop such a treasured possession. By the time Martin looks up, Sam is driving off in his car, leaving him utterly alone to face what they both believe to be a dangerous vampire. Some haze from those flashbacks done clouded up Sam's brain.
Meanwhile, Dean and Benny meet up outside some deserted factory somewhere. Dean's got a syringe of what must be dead man's blood. Thankfully, the show doesn't feel the need to go into exposition about it. "So what's the plan?" Dean asks. "I hang back while you guys do some trust falls and binge drinking?" Benny chuckles. "Man, if I didn't know better, I'd say you have an extremely low opinion of us vamps."