Back in Lawrence, Mary and her father clean their weapons, as Samuel tells her that Dean's off to kill a demon. Mary laughs that you can't kill demons, until she finds out the demon will be at the Walsh's in Haleyville. Liddy is a friend of hers and she insists that they help. Just as Deanna enters the room, Mary takes off, telling her father she'll see him in the car. He turns to his wife. "First she wants to hunt -- she doesn't want to hunt. Is this some female time of month thing?" Deanna says, "No, this is, you asshat," and blows his fool brains out, or maybe she just walks back into the kitchen, rolling her eyes in disgust. Samuel doesn't get what he's done to piss her off, so she kills him again, or just ignores him and heads for her secret stash of chocolate.
At the Walsh's, a seedy looking doctor apologizes to Liddy because "it's" metastasized. The word cancer got bandied about a lot less then. Her father's cancer is in his lungs, liver, everywhere. Liddy pleads with "Dr. Brown" to do something, but she should have called him Dr. Yellow, because when he says there is a cure, and explains that all she'll have to do to get it is "something" 10 years hence, that's the color his eyes turn. Grandpa Samuel busts in with a shotgun and blows a hole in Dr. YED that throws him back down on the couch. My phone rings, but I ignore it. YED then magics away Grandpa's shotgun, telepathizes him up against the wall, and Liddy screams all the while. Mary surprises YED from behind. She's got a knife (too bad it's not Ruby's), and slashes at him. Girl's got form and YED likes her spunk. He thrusts her against a wall, busting a mirror with her head. Dean bursts in and booms, "Hey. Let her go!" YED uses Mary as a human shield and asks Dean where he got that gun. Dean's ready to take a shot so YED exorcises himself from Dr. Brown's corpse like the black, projectile vomit he is.