YED's a scary one, but there was just a commercial for a remastered DVD of Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty so I just want to give Maleficent her due, because she's the scariest villain of all time; live action or animated. Now you shall deal with me, O Prince, and all the powers of HELL! She turns into a scarier dragon than...others who shall remain nameless, and whose calls I shall no longer accept unless they learn the errors of their ways, too.
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.