Daytime in Union, Kentucky: Sunbeams stream through Anna's Grace Kidney Tree which Dean declares beautiful. Anna can tell it's where her grace kidney touched down. She's not anxious to take it back, but she knows she has to. Sam asks her what they're looking for. Anna stretches out her hand to touch the tree trunk, and her face falls. "It doesn't matter. It's not here; not any more. Someone took it."
At Casa Ramshackle, or perhaps a barn, when Dean suggests they head back to the panic room, Ruby bickers with him about how futile that is, and I get this guilty feeling in the pit of my stomach, because I think Ruby and Dean have more chemistry than Ruby and Sam, and I might as well go the full nine yards and admit I think Sam and Anna have had more chemistry throughout these last two episodes than Dean and Anna. There. Now I feel better. Sam intervenes in their argument, so Ruby points out what he and Dean seem to refuse to accept -- that Anna can't help them, and they can't fight Heaven and Hell both. Anna interrupts. "Guys. The angels are talking again." She looks as far away as she did in the hospital. "It's weird, like a recording -- a loop. It says, 'Dean Winchester gives us Anna by midnight or...'"
Dean doesn't move. "Or what?"
She comes back to the present and looks straight at Dean. "'Or we hurl him back to damnation'."
Dean's terrified -- stunned into silence. Sam asks if there's any weapon that works on an angel. Dean cocks his head and narrows his eyes in his brother's direction. Anna says, "To what? To kill them?" Sam nods uneasily, but the look in his eyes is one of steely resolve. Anna says, "Nothing we could get to -- not right now." Dean stops this line of discussion and suggests they call Bobby and get him back home. Sam wonders what he can tell them that they don't already know. Dean doesn't know, so he states the obvious -- that they have to think of something. Gee, ya think?
Outside in the salvage yard, Dean does some research by a bug light, or something. Kripke's not paying attention to detail so why should I? Anna approaches and they make small talk. She then thanks him for everything they've done to help her. Dean says, "Let's can the 'Thanks for trying' speech. Participation trophies suck ass," which is why I'm being so hard on you, Eric. You can do better and we both know it -- this stunning season is my witness.