Dean and Sam enter Spider just in time to see a guy matching the description Lucy gave them walking off with his arm around some blonde girl. After Dean points this out, we get an entirely unnecessary "Hmm, how interesting" reaction shot of Sam. It's not an intellectual exercise, College Boy. Go kick some ass.
In a nearby alley, the guy is about to drip some blood into the blonde's open and willing mouth (ew) when Dean appears and clocks him in the face. Sam shoos the girl away as the vamp (that's what he is, dontcha know) tosses El Deano into a wall and runs, and Sammy thoughtfully yet stupidly checks on his brother before the two of them take off in pursuit. And this move proves to be not only stupid but also potentially lethal, as Sam's delay in chasing the vamp means they don't know which way he went, and the path they choose ends up in them rounding a corner and running straight into an armed Gordon and Kubrick. Gordon takes a few steps forward, raises his gun, and points it straight at Darling Sammy's darling forehead, but instead of the noise of a shot, we get the sound of the METAL TEETH CHOMP!
So despite the fact that when we left, the boys were motionless and staring like two extremely aesthetically pleasing and well-proportioned deer in a pair of rather crusade-minded and insane headlights, when we return, the boys are managing to take cover behind a magically appearing car. Given its mysteriously fortuitous appearance combined with the fact that its windows are quickly shot out, it seems appropriate to refer to the vehicle as Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. (That's what you get for pulling bullshit like that, show.) Anyway, Dean and Sam manage to avoid being plugged with bullets until their idiot attackers have to reload at the same time, like, stagger your attack, morons. Just because you're crazy is no excuse for being stupid. Ignoring Sam's protests, Dean Plays Fast And Loose With His Much-Abbreviated Life again by crossing in front of them to draw their fire, and when he makes it over a nearby wall, Kubrick goes after him. Neither of the boys seems to be armed, which I don't understand, but given that, you'd think Kubrick wouldn't bother with Dean, given that he's not, you know, THE ANTICHRIST. At least not this week, since he seems to be keeping his fool mouth shut. Regardless, Gordon is left to go after Darling Sammy alone, and when we get a camera close-up on him, horror conventions dictate that we understand he has switched from Hunter to Hunted. Sure enough, the vamp jumps him, which knocks him to the ground, and then boots him in the face a couple of times, sending him into blissfully CRAZY unconsciousness.