...RAAAWWWR! "Eeeeeeeeeeeee! GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORE!" I couldn't agree more, Raoul. That was fucking awesome.
Suddenly, we find ourselves back at that ridiculously scenic lake from the end of "Croatoan," picking up more or less right where we left off with Our Dear Boys, and if they did film this sequence the same day they filmed that last one, they switched filters in the camera, or something, because everything's now endowed with a decidedly greyer cast than it all had the first time we ran through the following bits of dialogue. "Before Dad died, he told me something," Dean chokes out. "Something about you." "What?" Sammy breathes. By the way, they're pulling that camera trick again -- the one that makes the guys look impossibly small against their ridiculously scenic surroundings -- by filming the initial part of this exchange from about twenty yards away with a very large tree in the foreground that's taking up most of the left half of the screen. We finally leap over to Our Intrepid Heroes as Sam repeats, "Dean, what did he tell you?" Raoul leans forward in antici-- "I AM NOT LEANING FORWARD IN ANTICIPATION!" Raoul shrieks. "For God's sake, after four months' worth of absolutely ludicrous levels of teasing regarding The Enormous Secret Imparted Upon The Loyal Son By The Soon-To-Be-Dead Bastard Of A Father, do you really think I'm going to fall for what's certain to be an absolutely pathetic reveal?" Um, I guess not, then. Calm down, dude. "I WAS CALM UNTIL YOU ATTEMPTED TO TARNISH MY REPUTATION WITH ABJECT FALSEHOODS." Whoa. Okay. Backing away from the Raoul, here. Where were we?