And then, long story short, Dean binds up Crazy Sammy's many, many wounds because "that's what family's for," and I vomit and I puke and I hurl and then I vomit again straight into the final METAL TEETH CHOMP!, which is probably never going to speak to me again. I hate it when the episodes just fall apart during the final act.
Denouement. In the end, Sam and Dean salt and burn the actual corpse of their actual little brother because their lives haven't been quite miserable enough yet, and there's ruminations from Dean regarding how Crazy Sammy and Sucky John "are practically the same person," but I think that's just the grief talking, because unless I'm mistaken, Crazy Sammy -- corpse-sucking fool though he is -- has yet to destroy his children's lives through absolutely horrific parenting. So, you know. There's that. Never reproduce, Sam! But do have lots of fun trying. Ooops! Forgot: You can't have lots of fun trying, because you kill every single living woman you have sex with. Sigh. Is this over? "It is!" Oh, thank Christ. I don't think I've ever been so depressed in my entire life. "Flagon?!" Absolutely. Care to do the honors again? "I'd be thrilled!" Excellent.
"Gather close, my pretties, so I might tell you of next week's exciting installment, and it promises to be most tense-making indeed! You see, that darling little angel man Demian's always going on about is in danger! I know! Don't you just want to see how it all ends right now?! I know you do! But alas, you'll have to wait! So until next week, kisses! Tense-making kisses to all of my pretties!"
Demian thinks you should know that your parents have always loved your youngest sibling more than they've ever loved you. Raoul, however, is appalled at such a barefaced and insulting lie, and wishes to hasten to assure you that your dear mother and father loved all of you wonderful children equally. You may reach the former at email@example.com. The latter is an imaginary gay dragon on the Internet.
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