Charlie introduces herself to the boys. Luckily, they're too engrossed in their game again to notice how unconvincing she is. "So... about that childhood trauma you witnessed earlier," she starts. The boys look up from their game and at each other. Nobody has given these kids a wet wipe to clean the innards off their faces, by the way.
She gets her info off screen and then returns to the Winchesters as they're arguing about whether or not Dean should be taking care of Sam. "The boys said they noticed something on the body's arm before it covered them in years of of future therapy; said it looked like a blue handprint." Dean turns to Sam with a smile. "Sounds like something you should read about... in a book... at home." Sam keeps arguing, though, so Dean turns on his heel and walks away with a disgruntled "Whatever!" Charlie thinks they fight like an old married couple. Some very interesting role playing might be in her future. Dean drives off without Charlie, much to her dismay. Luckily, Sam stole Charlie's car to get to the crime scene and knows just where Dean is going.
Sam and Charlie manage to get to the morgue and break in long before Dean, and are patiently waiting around when he gets there. "What took you so long?" Sam snarks. "I stopped for gas," Dean says. That's quite the endeavor with the Impala's tank. Before Fred, Shaggy and Velma can take step one towards the dead body, another car pulls up outside. Charlie volunteers to distract the interloper and waves the brothers off to their task.
That hardworking coroner Jennifer O'Brien has returned to her office at this late hour to catch up on a little paperwork and evil-doing. Charlie pops up in her doorway with a chipper "Hello!" Off Jennifer's surprised expression, she explains that the front door was open. "What are you doing here?" Jennifer asks. I feared this would turn into another "everybody is hot for Charlie" moment, but the show surprised me by not going in that direction. "I came back to get blank copy of that form you asked for," Charlie says. When pressed further, she panics and says the field office burned down. Jennifer pretends that she totally believes this terrible liar.
The Winchesters find the morgue drawers empty. Sam rifles through the files for an explanation: "They burned the bodies. They think it's like some kind of Outbreak scenario." The paperwork says the CDC signed off on the order. "Does this mean we need to take Silkwood showers?" Dean wonders. We would never be so lucky. Sam whips out his phone to snap pictures of all the paperwork.