Dear Wiccans and other Pagans, if you wave your hands really fast, you can pretend this didn't happen. Love, Cindy.
Sam says, "The Celts believed that October 31st was the one night of the year when the veil was thinnest between the living and the dead. And it was Sam Hain's night. Masks were put on to hide from him, sweets left on doorsteps to appease him, faces carved in pumpkins to worship him." The passive voice was over-used to bore him. Not to mention -- pumpkins are a New World fruit, Sammy Scholar. (The Celts carved their Samhain lanterns in turnips, and the like.) Sam Hain was exorcised centuries ago, but the traditions lived on. Sam emphasizes that there's heavy-duty witchcraft involved here. The ritual to raise Sam Hain can only be performed every 600 years -- and tomorrow night's the night. Sam says once Sam Hain is raised, he's going to raise all sorts of evil beings. Dean says, "So we're talking ghosts?" Sam says yes. "Zombies?" Yep. "Leprechauns?" Sam is exasperated. "Dean!" Dean says, "Those little dudes are scary. Small hands," and he makes little grabby motions with his right hand. The Dean Girls swoon. Sam gets serious. He's so cute when he's over-wrought. "Look. It just starts with ghosts and ghouls. This sucker keeps on going. By night's end, we are talking every awful thing we've ever seen. Everything we fight. All in one place." The music swells. Dean says, "It's going to be a slaughter house." Sam nods in all seriousness and readies himself for the METAL TEETH CHOMP!
In the front seat of his Baby, Dean stuffs himself full of candy. There's a pile of empty wrappers on the front seat, and he appears to be in some intestinal distress. He talked to "Mrs. Razor Blade" again and is sitting outside the Wallace home, but during his phone call with Sam, he says he's come up with nothing. Sam reminds him that someone planted those hex bags -- someone with access to both houses. Dean says, "I hope we find him soon, because I'm starting to cramp like a... Son of a Bitch!" Sam tells him, "Quit whining." Hee! Dean explains that he meant that Son of a Bitch separately. He's watching Teen Temptress Tracy make her way to the Wallace home. Mrs. Wallace hands her the baby, and it seems she's there to babysit.