"Read it again, Mommy!" Ooops. Forgot about this part. Shame Raoul's going to have to miss such a lovely little shout-out to his lovable lizardly self, but I simply cannot trust him with my ceiling while this preadolescent abomination remains on the screen. Maybe I'll turn the mom's audio into a ringtone for him, or something. In any event, the story Daughter-In-Law Of Dead Pat has already read twenty-six times and is now reading again to the preadolescent abomination goes a little like this:
Once upon a time, in the town of Silene, lived a beautiful princess named Cleo, but the town was plagued with an evil dragon that demanded the blood of the children, and the princess was doomed to be sacrificed to the dark and terrible dragon.
Maybe I've been recapping with Raoul for too long, but I'm not seeing a whole lot wrong with the above scenario. Go figure.
Meanwhile, Daring But Doomed El Deano lures the demonic mailman away from his truck so Deluxe Action Sammy With Super-Special Glow-In-The-Dark Stabby Hands might gut the demonic mailman like a trout. Elsewhere, Bobby's brewing up a very special batch of holy water while Our Intrepid Ninjas take out Neighbor Tom. Just as the three are about to regroup, however, Princess Sparkle pops up out of nowhere, slams Doomed El Deano against a chain-link fence, and sneers, "I'd like my knife back, please, or your neck snaps like a chicken bone." Deluxe Action Sammy With Super-Special Glow-In-The-Dark Stabby Hands, fortunately, remains in possession of the knife in question, and leaps up from behind to press the pointy end of the thing against Ruby's throat. Ruby, of course, jumps back, and just as the sniping's about to begin regarding her miraculous escape from Dean's meticulously detailed devil's trap, Dean gets a gander at her true face and Keanus, "Whoa." Entirely unable to meet her eye, he apologies, then admits, "I couldn't see it before, but you are one ugly broad." Heh. And the sniping may commence...now. While Our Intrepid Heroes plus Princess Sparkle bicker amongst themselves over the relative merits of Ruby's plan versus the ones the boys ended up going with, every single demonically possessed neighbor in the cul-de-sac -- which, you know, would be all of the neighbors in the cul-de-sac -- steps out onto his or her front stoop to glower in the increasingly noisy idiots' direction. "So much for the element of surprise", Dean glums once he's realized how many people are staring at them. The three race across a lawn to pick the Fremonts' lock as dozens of the neighbors charge, but fortunately for Sam and Dean, Bobby activates the Fremonts' rather comprehensive sprinkler system, which immediately kicks up an encircling spray of freshly brewed holy water around the home's entire perimeter. Several of the possessed find themselves caught in the middle of the torrents and quite satisfyingly zot and sizzle before dropping to the ground. Kick ass.