The Metallicar, lonely highway. They say that the road ain't no place to start a family. While pulling up in front of the old house, Sam asks Dean if he's going to be all right. Dean turns to him and with a cracking voice says, "Let me get back to you on that." Aw. I wonder if Sam ever gets mad about not having any lines that make me go either "aw" or "hee"? They knock on the door and Jenny answers. Dean immediately starts in on one of his "federal marshal, ma'am" lies, but Sam interrupts with something closer to the truth and tells her that they used to live there, were just driving by, and wanted to take a look around. She realizes the pictures in the basement were their family's, and invites them in.
She leads them into the kitchen. Dean is holding himself very stiffly. In the kitchen a toddler jumps up in down in his playpen asking for "Juice! Juice! Juice!" She says his name is Richie, and goes to the fridge to get him some of his toddler crack. Close-up on the child-proofed refrigerator door. The little girl is sitting at the kitchen table doing some homework, and gets introduced as Sari. Dean wants to know why they moved there, and Jenny vaguely says she needed a fresh start. Dean and Sam are both fixing a real "Lady, you don't know what you're in for" kind of look on her. Sam asks her how she likes the house, and she tells them no offense but "this place has its issues." She tells them about the flickering lights, backed-up sink, and rats in the basement before catching herself and saying she doesn't mean to complain. Dean asks if she's actually seen the rats or just heard the scratching. Sam and Dean exchange looks as Sari asks her mom to see if the thing in her closet lived there when they used to. The Hardy Boys try to keep it together, assuring her that nothing lives in her closet, when Sari busts out with "it came into my bedroom and it was on fire." Oh shit.