NOW! We pick up where we left off after last week's actual episode of Supernatural. The angels want to kill young Angel-Radio Anna and the demons want to save her, which oddly enough makes more sense than most of this plot. Sam and Dean plead for her life, but the angels will cede no ground. When Dean tells them they're heartless sons of bitches, Castiel says, "As a matter of fact, we are. And?" Sammy, for one, is not going to let Castiel treat a conjunction like an entire sentence. He's a Stanford boy, after all. When he argues that Anna is an innocent girl, Castiel says, "She's a maaaaaaaaaaaan, baybee!" or possibly, "She is far from innocent."
Uriel explains to Sam that this means, "She's worse than this abomination you've been screwing," and a cheer goes up from that segment of the fandom who will not tolerate the boys getting any trim. Those fans who like the sex, but hate the sex-ee, join the rally, while me and mine wonder if anyone else made it all the way through Buffy the Vampire Slayer's season six (or two, for that matter). Uriel has had enough (like always). He says, "Give us the girl."