As Dean watches a student struggling to place an outsized clay sculpture in the kiln, art teacher Don Harding introduces himself, says, "Call me Don," and notes that even his students call him Don. Oh, he's one of those. Ugh. With his long, probably once lanky frame, and his floppy hair, I like to think Call Me Don's mostly there to serve as an object look to Sam -- namely -- don't let yourself go, Sammy. Posing as Agents Geddy and Lee, they tell him they have a few questions about Teen Temptress Tracy, whose last name is Davis. Call Me Don says she's bright and talented, and that it was a shame she got suspended. Her drawings were kind of creepy and evil. You know -- like calling a high school teacher by his first name. She'd cover pages with bizarre cryptic symbols, and her drawings were detailed sketches of gory, primitive killings -- and she'd put herself right in the middle of them -- participating. When he tried to "rap" with her, she exploded, and would have clawed his eyes out, if the Principal hadn't happened by. Call Me Don, did you by chance use the term rap? I'm just saying. Sam asks about the symbols and shows him the Celtic coin from the first hex bag. Call Me Don thinks that looks like the kind of stuff she used to draw. He also reveals that Teen Temptress Tracy is an emancipated teen temptress, who has her own apartment. Thank goodness Dean doesn't make a sexy face about that.
Later, Dean and Metallicar pull into the motel parking lot as Sam's striding across it. He's had no luck finding her, and Dean's had no luck with her friends, and again I say thank goodness, although I suppose he was just talking to them in order to locate Teen Temptress Tracy, because Dean says, "It's like the bitch hopped a broomstick." Ha, but whatever. Here comes my favorite part. It's still broad daylight, but a chunky little kid, probably between 8 and 10 years old, comes walking through the parking lot all alone, and approaches our intrepid heroes. He's dressed as an astronaut and is carrying a little orange pumpkinish plastic Halloween bucket. He stops in front of the boys and says, "Trick or treat." Dean points out they're at a motel and the kid, bless him, says, "So?" Dean says, "So, we don't have any candy." Sam starts to correct him. "No, we have a ton, in the uh..." he gestures toward Metallicar, but Dean cuts him off. "We did, but it's gone." Dean turns to the little boy. "I'm sorry kid, we can't help you." The kid is sort of bratty. "I want candy!" Dean smirks. "Well, I think you've had enough." Mean! The show isn't being MEAN TO DEAN, it's making him into MEAN DEAN! The kid gives Dean such a glare, I think it freaks him out more than the masks and that PTSD episode at the high school did. Sam has already started back to the room, when the kid shoulder bumps Dean as he walks past him.