Back at the Campbells, Grandpa YED is in...well, high camp. "Future boy, huh? I only know one thing that's got the juice to swing something like that. You must have friends in high places. So -- I kill your Mommy? That's why you came all this way to see little ol' me?" Dean's not cowed. He knows he's already won that battle. "Oh, I came here to kill you." YED wonders if Dean is one of his psychic kids, and sniffs his neck. Again with the smelling! When Dean doesn't...I don't know...smell familiar enough to YED, he wonders whether Dean's got a sister or a brother. "That's terrific. It means it all worked out. After all, that's why I'm here." Dean does the math (there's a phrase that doesn't get much use). "So that's what this is about. All these deals you're making. You don't want their souls." He doesn't. He's choosing the perfect parents -- strong and pure, who 'eat their Wheaties'. Heh. He's crafting his own little master race, because that always works out so well.
Unbeknownst to Dean and YED, Deanna is listening from the kitchen. YED explains he won't breed with the chosen parents although he'd sure like to make an exception in Mary's case, because she's his favorite. Dean struggles to break free, but it's no use. He spies Grandma out of the corner of his eye. He tries to occupy YED's full attention and asks him why he's making the deals. YED explains he needs permission - an invite into their homes and that the red tape drives him nuts, but in 10 short years it will all be worth it. Deanna steals from the kitchen to the dining room. YED continues. "'Cause you know what I'm going to do to your sibling? I'm gonna stand over their crib and I'm gonna bleed demon blood into their mouth. Demon blood is better than Ovaltine, vitamins, minerals...It makes you big and strong." Does it teach you to use plural pronouns and plural possessives when you ought to choose the singular? Dean's not impressed, either. "For what, so they can lead your big, discount demon army? Is that your big plan? YED's all Bitch, please, because his endgame is bigger than that. Dean asks him what endgame, and YED replies, "Like I'm gonna tell you," and he makes the bitch face again, so Sam gets it from both sides of his family (or, you know, 2 out of 3). YED says he's going to cover his tracks so Dean and the angels sitting on his shoulder don't figure it all out. Dean is so awesome here. "You can cover whatever the Hell you want. I'm still gonna kill you." YED's not buying it. Someone didn't watch the THEN! segment. Dean smiles. "Maybe not today, but you look into my eyes you son of a bitch, 'cause I'm the one that kills you." Something in YED seems to believe Dean, but he laughs it off with too much bravado. "So you're going to save everyone?" Deanna looks ready to make a move, as YED continues. "Well, I'll tell you one person you're not going to save -- your grandpappy." He takes out a knife, and stabs himself -- i.e. Samuel Campbell -- right in the gut."