Sam and Dean right themselves just in time to gape at her departure. "Who the hell was that?" Dean asks. "She said she knew me," Shane says. "I could have sworn that she was upset I didn't know her back." Shane is a bit out of breath and rubs his left arm. He drops to his knees. "I just need a minute," he gasps. "I've never been in a fight my whole life." He seems genuinely confused, as do the Winchesters, having just witnessed his crazy good fighting skills. Suddenly, Shane grabs his chest and falls to the floor. "Do we call 911?" Sam asks. "And tell them what?" Dean asks back. "That the dead guy we stole from the morgue is alive and having a coronary?" Shane writhes around on the floor some more, but chooses to have his next death scene during the commercial break.
Later, the Winchesters keep vigil over Shane's temporarily dead body. They were considerate enough to pick him up off the floor and lay him out on the bed. "I feel like I'm sitting shiva," Dean grumps. Now, where was this Dean when they met the golem? Sam starts to correct him, then perhaps realizes he's being a pedant and decides there are more important matters at hand. "What do we know of that has Jason Bourne fighting skills, dies a lot and has a history when violent women?" he asks. Dean thinks for a second and asks, "I dunno... you?" Ha! That's hysterical. Sam doesn't have Jason Bourne fighting skills.
Before they can discuss it further, a knock comes at the door. Dean peeks through the curtains and sees a young woman. He cocks his gun and keeps the barrel pointed at the inside of the door as he opens it. "Can I help you?" The woman has a blond boy with her. "Agent Bonham?" she asks. He doesn't cop to the name, but doesn't deny it, either. She goes on, "This is going to sound really strange, but I'm looking for a corpse that went missing today." She shows him the tabloid paper with the zombie story and says the coroner told her where to find the feds. "I'm Haley," she says. She says she's looking for Shane. "I'm the mother of his son." Dean surreptitiously stuffs the gun down the back of pants, but is less than surreptitious when he opens the door so he can make friends with the kid. This leaves the still-dead Shane in full view, but Haley isn't surprised by his condition and rushes in to see him. "Stay with the nice FBI agents, Oliver," she says to her son.