"This is crazy," Dean says as he and Sam are leaving the house. "Is it?" Sam wonders. "They got a pretty good life." Dean's like, "Kids shouldn't be hunting!" And Sam's all, "We did!" It's just their arbitrary argument of the week because Heaven forbid they see eye to eye on something. Dean suggests they clean out the vamp nest so the kids don't have to. He leaves Sam at Victor's house while he goes to question the woman from the motel. As soon as the Winchesters are out of sight, a blue van pulls up to take the Impala's spot. A guy in a hoodie sits there looking vaguely mysterious for a while. Just... sits there.
The next morning, Sam wakes to a house buzzing with activity. The kids are finishing their homework, listening to the news and packing up for school while Victor makes waffles. As usually happens on TV, everybody eats one bite of food before rushing out the door. When I was a kid, I would have stuffed all the waffles into my mouth before leaving. Hell, I'd still do that. You don't abandon homemade waffles. Sam is impressed. "You have any kids?" Victor asks. "Me? Uh, no," Sam says. They talk about whether or not Sam wants any (he hasn't thought about it) and about how Victor's own kids were killed by a Wendigo. "Is that why you're doing this, taking all these kids in?" Sam asks. Victor nods. "But know what I realized, Sam? These kids don't have to live the way we have. No crappy hotel rooms, always moving, no family, no life." Except... Victor did have a family, and so did Sam and Dean's parents, and their parents before them. It's just that they all came to a horrible end.
The next morning, Dean goes to the hospital to talk to the young woman from the motel. "Like I told the cops already, I'm not sure why Jimmy Day would do something like this," she says. "Wait, so you knew the guy that grabbed you?" Dean asks. She explains that everyone in town knows Jimmy. "He's a hero," she says. "We had a parade for him downtown when he came back from Afghanistan." Dean is surprised to learn that this was just a few weeks ago. He's even more surprised when she says it wasn't Jimmy who grabbed her, but some guy in a blue van. She says Jimmy was crying when she woke up in the motel room, saying he was sorry. "At first, I thought he was gonna kill me," she says, "but then he just seemed scared." In this one brief scene, they've made me feel far sorrier for Jimmy Day than they did for any of the kids. That guy's in Purgatory now, getting chased by monsters for the rest of eternity, while the kids eat waffles and bacon and smirk at grownups.