Upstairs, Dean's first words to Sam are, "How's the car?" which is darling, but only serves to remind me I'm watching Supernatural, when I've been trying to pretend I'm watching some Sci-Fi channel pilot that never made it past development.
Sam says, "I've got her. She's fine. Where's Bobby?"Also darling.
Dean says, "Uh...the Domincan. He says we break anything -- we buy it." Hee. Bobby's so smart that he fled the country in order to avoid this stink bomb. Sam asks if he's working a job. Dean says, "God I hope so, otherwise he's at Hedonism in a banana hammock and a trucker cap." Okay, Dean, that was funny, but hello to the mental imagery. Make it stop. Make it stop.
Sam winces along with me. "Now that's seared in my brain." I know, honey. Mine, too, and the only image that can replace it for even a moment is a similar image of the Scrubs' character, The Todd -- also wearing a banana hammock. His body is better, but the image is no more pleasing to me. I might have to take a brief break and look at your lovely shoulders, just to...um...cleanse the palate.
Five hours later... I feel so refreshed. Sam tells Dean he found a report indicating Anna has a psychiatric history dating back to her toddlerhood. When she was two and a half years old, she'd get hysterical when her father was around. She was convinced he wasn't her real father. Dean says, "Who was -- the plumber, hmm? A little...snake in the pipes?"
Sam says, "Dude, you're confusing reality with porn, again." Nice one, Sammy. Dean can't argue that. Sam adds that Anna didn't say who her real father allegedly was. "She just kept repeating that this real father of hers was mad -- very mad -- like wanted-to-kill-her mad." Sam says she got treatment, got better and "grew up normal."
Dean says, "'Til now. So what's she hiding?"
Anna doesn't give Sam a chance to answer. "Why don't you just ask me to my face."
Dean turns to Ruby. "Nice job watching her."
Ruby's exasperated, and I can't blame her. "I'm watching her."
Ever the diplomat, Sam acknowledges Anna's point and asks if there's anything she wants to tell them -- like why the angels would indicate she was guilty of something. Anna would give anything to know -- her life is in shambles; her parents are dead. Sam says, "Okay, then let's find out."