The next morning, Dean and Jamie kiss and kiss and kiss goodbye. There's not enough kissing on this show. Sammy needs someone to kiss, too. Between smooches, Jamie says, "Well thank you, G-Man. You have been of great service to your country." Dean laughingly agrees that he's very patriotic. Their kisses make me a little sad. They strike me as new relationship kisses, but we know they're just post-one night stand kisses, and that's too bad, because one night stands don't make for stories, and these characters click. Smoochless Sammy stands around wishing he were somewhere else (maybe necking with Ruby). Dean and Jamie look at him, and he smiles the awkward smile of, "Are you done yet; why are you looking at me; what am I supposed to do?" Dean says his goodbyes and joins his brother. As they walk off, Jamie calls to them. "You guys saved my life, you know. So...thanks." She feels stupid, too, for having a big public send off for her one night stand. And besides, not to go all Pretty Woman, but she saved them right back.
Once she's gone, Sam declares that he likes her, which is really pretty sweet, considering how much of his screen time she stole this week, but it might have been sweeter if he'd said it to her face, you know? Dean says, "It feels good to be back on the job, doesn't it?" Sam agrees. Dean says, "The hero gets the girl; the monster gets the gank; all in all, a happy ending...with a happy ending, no less." Sam laughs at him and I do too, because Dean's the one with the hymen (although I guess it's gone now) and Jamie's the one who did the saving, so Dean finally called himself a girl, instead of Sam. Sam keeps it simpler. "Real classy, Dean." Dean explains that he just thinks the shifter had a point. "It would be nice if life was movie simple, although if I was turning life into a movie, I wouldn't turn it into this Abbott and Costello Meet the Monster crap. Sam says, "Yeah, no, I know what you'd pick." Dean says he does not. They go back and forth with a few Yeah I do/No you don'ts. Sam finally says, "Porky's II." Dean says, "What?" and Sam says, "You heard me." They eye each other, and Sam waits with glee. Dean finally says, "Lucky guess," and walks off. Sam smiles at him, and follows after, and "The End... A WARNER BROS. TELEVISION PRODUCTION" flashes across the screen. As the background fades to black, the end card changes to "The End...?" and the Warner Brother's triumphant music takes us to the end of the show.