Commercials. Jenny returns to the kitchen to find the playpen disassembled and Richie gone. Handheld camera of maternal desperation as Jenny starts yelling Richie's name and ineffectively looking for him. She moves toward the refrigerator a few times only to circle back away from it. Finally she notices milk dripping out of the refrigerator onto the floor and rushes over to it, pulling her little addict out and hugging him tightly. The kitchen is inexplicably filled with grey mist. Vincent Price, are you behind this?Knocking. Jenny opens the door to find Dean, Sam, and Missouri standing on her front stoop. She's unwilling to share her mental breakdown with them and tells them that it isn't a good time. Dean starts barking "Jenny, it's important" when Missouri knocks him on the back of the head and tells him to "give this poor girl a break." She asks Jenny to hear her out, telling her she knows that she knows that something weird is going down in the house. Jenny's got a pair of chompers to rival Everwood's Madison. Wonder if she wishes she were Maggie Grace, too?
Upstairs in Sari's bedroom, Missouri says, "If there is a dark energy here, this room should be the center of it." Sam asks why, and she tells him, "This used to be your nursery, Sam. This is where it all happened." Creepy ghost screams on the score, as Dean backs nervously toward the door. Dean revs up his tiny hilarious Treo-ish ghost detector -- what is it with him and bitty, ineffective tools? -- and Missouri calls him an "amateur" for using this "EMF." She concludes that she doesn't know whether they should be disappointed or relieved, but "this ain't the thing that took your mom." She busts into the haunted closet and drops the bomb: this isn't an "it," it's a "them." And "they" are in the house because of what happened to the Winchester family. How Missouri explains it: "Real evil came to you. That kind of evil leaves wounds. And sometimes wounds get infected. This place is a magnet for paranormal energy. It's attracted a poltergeist." Yawn. Until Dean decides to go all cowboy: "Well one thing's for damn sure. No one's dying in this house. Ever again. So whatever is here, how do we stop it?"