Luckily, everybody waits till after the commercial break to start talking again. By then, they've made it to a little house that the golem insists on scoping out before anybody else enters. His master fills in some details: "The rabbi who was murdered, Isaac Bass, he was my grandfather. That's why we're here." He was only following Dean because Dean was looking into the rabbi's death. Dean seems a wee bit disappointed to hear this. Rabbi Bass left the golem to his grandson, who is the last descendent of the Initiative. Sam and Dean pipe up because they know about the Judah Initiative, which just makes the golem grumble. "Who are they to know about the men of Judah?" Dean jumps at the sound of his booming voice and explains that they're the good guys. Luckily, the golem knows about the Men of Letters and more or less accepts them. From outside, the Aryan firebug watches.
The golem paces around the house like Herman Munster awaiting the results of his prostate exam. The Winchesters and the young Bass sit down for a chat. Sam and Dean talk about how they grew up with all this supernatural stuff. Bass heard stories from his grandfather, but never really believed him. Then soon after he died, a big box showed up with a note saying he'd know what to do, which he totally didn't. He describes finding the naked golem inside the box. "He wakes up and goes crazy," Bass says. "I didn't go crazy," argues the golem. "This boy knows nothing, observes none of the mitzvahs, labors on the Sabbath, dines on swine --" Bass cuts him off: "Everybody loves bacon!" The golem barks something that my CC says is "yifalchunbee." This would be the perfect time for Dean to get in touch with his inner Jewish old man and explain to everyone what it means. But it's Aaron who explains that it translates to something like "take charge," but doesn't really understand what he's supposed to do.
Young Bass says he cheated his way through Hebrew school and his parents mostly shielded him from his grandfather's crazy teachings. "After the war, my grandfather spent most of his life trying to track down something called the Thule Society." Now this is something the guys recognize. "They were Nazis," Sam says. "Nazi necromancers," Dean adds. There's more talk about the Thule and the Initiative fighting them and it's maybe interesting as far as exposition goes, but it doesn't help to have the golem clomping around, emanating his impatience. He wants the Thule found so he can do his work. He smashes a table to show he's serious. Bass tells the Winchesters about the number his grandfather left him the day he died. Sam immediately recognizes it as a library call number. He thinks about it for a bit: "It's sciences." He thinks about it some more: "Birds, I'm guessing."