Sam quickly gives up on getting his brother to talk about his betrayal issues because that's not what this episode is about. They go inside to have a chat with the town sheriff, once again passing themselves off as FBI agents. "You're here about the Lady Killer murders, aren't you?" asks the sheriff. "Coined it myself," he adds with no small amount of pride. He describes the victims as being young, drained of their blood and female, hence the moniker. Things got even stranger last night, he says, according to the security camera they set up at Fuller's Point. He plays a video showing the three teens beheading their mysterious attacker. "Hell of a thing, ain't it?" he asks. He's put an APB out on the teens in the hopes of finding out who they are. Dean takes a closer look at the video and instantly recognizes Krissy's smirky face. "I'm gonna need you to call that off," Dean says, "and we're gonna need this footage." When the sheriff is confused by this request, Dean starts pissing all over the place with his imaginary FBI credentials. The sheriff is soon cowed into submissiveness and does as he's been told.
As soon as they're outside, Sam asks, "So, what was that all about, G-Man?" The two of them have to turn slightly to the side in order to squeeze past the wall and a column, such is the combined breadth of their shoulders. "You remember Krissy Chambers?" Dean asks. Indeed, Sam does. The two of them exposit back and forth about what we just saw in the THEN! portion of the show not five minutes ago. Dean is grumpy because Krissy's dad was supposed to retire from hunting and now it looks like he's not. Sam, ever the optimist, suggests maybe that the dad doesn't know about his daughter's late-night activities. "Let's just go find her before she gets into any more trouble," Dean grumps.
Meanwhile, Krissy is showing a very bad fake ID to a guy behind a motel a counter. "You're 25?" the guy asks. "Actually, I think I'm 40," she says, sliding exactly that amount of money across the counter. The guy hands her a key, probably as much to get rid of her as anything else.
She joins Aidan in the motel room she's just rented. Aidan tries to get all handsy with her while she's setting up her laptop. "I told you, I have a boyfriend," she says. "Then how come I couldn't I find him in your cellie?" he asks, sneaking the phone out of her pocket. She should smack him just for calling it that. She makes up some story about how her nonexistent boyfriend lives in Canada and they Skype instead of talking on the phone. Aidan still has her phone, which he holds just out of reach. God save us from teen courtship rituals. Aidan taunts her about "the vibe" she was giving off in the car. The poor boy is clearly delusional, as Krissy couldn't have looked less into it if she'd been making out with raw liver. Luckily, the third member of their band of delinquents shows up and interrupts the most thrilling chemistry to grace the screen since Sam and Amelia had sex with all their clothes on.