Battle of Kingdoms. The morning dawns misty and cold when Dean addresses the Followers of the Moon. He has added a long, flowing blond wig to his ensemble, as well as a necklace made of rubber ears. Heroic music plays. "And dying in your beds, many years from now, would you be willing to trade all the days, from this day to that, for one chance..." Charlie wonders if this isn't the speech from Braveheart. Sam, wearing a costume of his own, says it's the only speech Dean knows. The speech continues: "...just one chance to come back here, and tell our enemies that they may take our lives, but they will never take --" The music winds down as a Frisbee lands on the battlefield. Everybody waits for a guy to retrieve it. The music starts up again, as does Dean: " -- our freedom!" With that, the Followers of the Moon charge at the Shadow Orcs, with Sam and Dean leading the way.
That's how the episode ends. It would be too exhausting to go into all the reasons why this makes the previous episode even more nonsensical, and how it will undoubtedly make events of future episodes even more baffling and infuriating. We should just be glad it's over for now.
P.S. Sam totally should have been the MoonDoor version of an Ent.
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