Heroin Suite, Dream Division. Dean The Second's in the process of tearing Dean The First's self-esteem to shreds, and I must say, he's doing rather a good job of it. "You're as mindless and obedient as an attack dog," he sighs as Dean The First stutters and stammers and remains mute against the trippy psychological onslaught. "What are the things that you want?" Dean The Second demands. "What are the things that you dream? I mean, your car? That's [Sucky John's]! Your favorite leather jacket? [Sucky John's]! Your music?" "Your worthless bastard of a so-called father's!" Raoul shrieks, completely over this scene, and I can't say I disagree with him, no matter how hard Jensen Ackles is selling it. "Do you even have an original thought?" Dean The Second continues, before ticking off Dean's priorities -- all Sam-related, of course -- one by one, by way of arguing that The John Who Sucks For All Eternity snatched control of Dean's brain twenty years ago and hasn't let go since, even though the worthless bastard in question has been most thankfully dead for most of the last two seasons.
Dean The Second finally gets all up in what's pretty much his own pretty face and shouts, "Your own father didn't care whether you lived or died -- why should you?" Dean The First finally snaps, and then? Dean-On-Dean Smackdown! And I must say, compared to what I've grown accustomed to as far as such scenes go, this one's quite well done. In any event, Dean The First eventually gets Dean The Second pinned against the wall, all the while bellowing how much he hated his worthless bastard of a so-called father -- which, you know, we knew already -- until he finally rears back with the sawed-off shotgun to howl, "It wasn't fair! I didn't deserve what he put on me, and I don't deserve to go to Hell!" And with that, Dean The First levels both barrels at Dean The Second's chest and fires. "VIOLENCE!" roars Raoul, writhing about in a paroxysm of unmitigated glee. "WANTON ACTS OF UNREPENTANT VIOLENCE AND GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORE!"