Commercials. Two police officers make their way through a dark forest with flashlights, looking for the source of a strange laugh. They come upon the kitsch fisherman, somehow set on repeat, pinned to a tree. Cut to the boys tough-guy jazz-handing all over the haunted house. Dean complains that he doesn't have any skin left on his palm, and Sam does my job for me, stating that he won't "touch that line with a ten-foot pole." Dean, nobody likes to think of you getting your rocks off alone. More prancing around, a few high kicks, and Sam and Dean are taken by surprise by running into the most annoying tertiary characters to ever be invented. They pull their guns, and the Tater Tots protest that they're "just trying to get a book and movie deal." Set your sights on television, fellas, and I think you'd have more luck. The four are distracted from their unfunny banter by scraping noises. They turn toward the noise and wait for Mordechai to come out, which he does, because he is an agreeable sort of chap. The Pair of Tittybabies stutter and exclaim while Dean shoots the ghost full of bullets. It does its disappearing act and the BabyMen get all concerned over whether they got the ghost on camera. They fiddle around a bit with the camera until Mordechai reappears and knocks the camcorder out of their hands. Sometimes they come back, I guess. They scream and cry while Dean shouts at them about whether they posted the information they were given earlier. NoBeard stutters something about servers crashing, Dean realizes that the guns won't work, and asks Sam, annoyed, if he's got any other ideas. Meanwhile The Pups hightail it out of there, only to get locked in while Mordechai slowly closes in on them. Beard-y starts mumbling, "The power of Christ compels you!" and then shouts it, but the ghost keeps coming. Sam finally pops up, distracting the ghost by calling him an "ugly son of a bitch." Mordechai pins Sam to the wall with his axe. Sam yells at the Hellhounds to get out of there, which they do. Meanwhile Dean is pouring lighter fluid on the floor in the other room. Sam continues getting killed until Dean finally comes around the corner, sees what Mordechai is doing to Sam, and then uses a homemade flamethrower (when did he get the time to get all these arson materials together?) to repel it. Dean tells Sam that they have to improvise, lights a match, and sets the house on fire while Mordechai walks through the flames, twirling his axe like a good ol' Texas drill team member. Outside the house, Sam isn't too convinced that Dean's plan was a good one. Dean counters that with the house burned down, no one will go in it, saying "it's fast and dirty and it works." Sam worries about the legend changing so that Mordechai would be allowed to leave the house. Dean says that they'd deal with that when the time comes. Sam wonders aloud how many of the things they've hunted have existed just because people have believed in them. Heavy Breathing of Important Existential Observation. Metal Teeth Chomp.