Cut to The Emporium, where Sam's field-stripping his weapon. Again. "He'll go blind!" I'm pretty sure that's a myth, Raoul. "Oh, thank Heavens!" Presently, the Impala grumbles up outside, and Sam rises to greet his brother, who blows in with news that The Leviathan invasion of Sioux Falls has begun. Dean insists they hoof it on over to Leviathan HQ, pronto, and although Sam raises a few feeble objections related to the current fragility of his delicate little brain, he eventually obeys, and the two head back out to the car.
Sioux Falls General. Bobby pours the still-woozy (and miraculously still-alive) Sheriff Jody into a cab and sneaks back into the hospital morgue to examine the corpse of her former roommate, "Madeline Hackett."
Metallicar. Our Intrepid Heroes chat at each other -- AGAIN, SOME MORE -- only this time around, something seems not quite right with Dean. Hmmmm. The Impala pulls up to a barn-like garage that looks an awful lot like the one in The Emporium's yard, and whaaaaaaa? Dean's alone in the car? And he disembarks to stroll into the actual Emporium's actual kitchen, bellowing for his brother? D'OH! I can't believe this goddamned show fooled me like that. "I feel a little silly myself!" We're idiots, Raoul. "We must be!" You see, while the real Dean was still out on the road, Darling Sammy hallucinated the return of a fake Dean, and now Darling Sammy and Fake Dean are pulling up to the corporate offices of "Morning Star Endeavors Ltd.," and barely has the company's name had a chance to register when the office building turns into a warehouse, and Fake Dean all but giggles, "You think I'm Dean? Riiiiight!" With that, Fake Dean morphs into Lucifer, and bravo, show. Well done. Darling Sammy, of course, freaks, and whips out a pistol to start wildly squeezing off rounds in every direction until Lucifer tells him to do us all a favor and point that frigging gun at his own goddamned head. "VIOLENCE!" Yes. Also: DUN!