In a cemetery, the boys and Sarah walk around expositing that this is the third one they've checked. Sarah asks, "So this is what you guys do for a living?" and Sam clarifies: "We don't get paid." Dean spots the crypt, and we cut to them busting inside it. It's your standard-issue crypt -- cobwebs, urns, dolls encased behind dusty glass. Sarah remarks on the last: "That is the creepiest thing I've ever seen." Creepier than that extreme close-up of Steven Tyler I linked to before? Sam blabs about how it used to be tradition to put a child's favorite toy behind glass and put it in the crypt with the kid. Der dee der! DUDE, WHERE'S YOUR GAME? Dean asks if anyone notices anything strange; Sarah swats that ball out of the park by asking where she should start, since she is standing in some bizarre old crypt. Turns out that there are only four urns in there, for the mom and three kids, but none for Barber Dad.
Sam and Sarah wait outside a civil-service-looking building while Sam tells her that Dean is in there searching county death certificates to find out where Isaiah is buried. She wonders how Dean could get in, and Sam tells her, "Lying and subterfuge, mainly." As well as a variety of other tricks our little Urban Cowboy probably has up his sleeve. Sam, deciding to try out a few tricks himself, opens up his Wholesome Flirting Handbook from 1952 and mouths the words as he reads along: "First pretend like you see an eyelash on a young woman's cheek. Then, chivalrously offer to remove the eyelash yourself (make sure your fingernails are clean and your teeth whitened!) and ask her to make a wish. Smile goofily, date for five years, get married, and that night, extend your hand to finally touch a boob." Anyhow, Sarah seems charmed by the old eyelash trick and then, excusing herself for being forward, asks if there is something between them. Sam says there is, but he doesn't think its a good idea to pursue it. He then slowly, slowly explains that when people are around him, they get hurt. All the while, little Taylor is doing some excellent acting by numbers, concentrating really hard on moving her eyes around Jared's face to make herself seem engaged.