Sam hauls off on the altar, Short Lip looks alarmed, and everybody looks at the walls, where we see two shadows fly through the air like a couple of Peter Pans and descend upon Short Lip. A shot of her getting dragged across the floor toward the window. She crashes through it, and we get a shot out the window of her falling through the air, flat on her back, screaming and pawing. Doesn't seem like a really satisfying kill for the animalistic savage Peter Pans. Sam rushes to Dean and gets him untied. They go over to the window and see Short Lip lying on the pavement all unbloodied and peaceful. DUDES! Get confirmation of death! Get a signed receipt! Dean, however, feels his need for a Post-Traumatic Quip more keenly than he does his need to be rid of Short Lip for the rest of the season, and so chooses instead to rib Sam: "Next time you want to get laid, find a girl that's not so buckets of crazy." I have to confess I sort of hate it when a phrase like "buckets of crazy" worms its way into television writing, a phrase so clearly begging to recognized as clever and currently slang-y. Ugh. Zoom in on Short Lip's clearly not dead body.
The boys walk down a hallway, obviously hurt and effed up. Dean asks why Sam didn't just leave the weapons in the car, and Dean clearly needs a refresher course in not being an idiot. Sam tells him it's better to be safe than sorry. Dean writes down that clever little phrase in his notebook with a little annotation expressing awe at how Sam is able to come up with the most apropos phrases sometimes. They walk through the door to their room, and immediately see a figure at the window. Dean yells out, "Hey!" and the figure slowly turns around, and moves into a shaft of light, revealing itself to have the smarmy face of Daddy Winchester. Close-ups of both boys, who look stunned and sweet. Dean and his father walk toward each other and hug. Daddy Winchester is dressed a bit like Popeye in a pea coat. Daddy turns to Sam and says hello, but they don't hug. Dean apologizes for leading him into a trap, but Daddy is wise, much like Leaping Fawn: "I thought it might have been." Daddy continues, saying he saw "the girl take the swan dive" and then asks for confirmation that she was the bad guy. The boys answer in unison, "Yes, sir." Daddy Winchester speaks softly but carries a big stick.Daddy tells the boys that the demon has tried to stop him before because it knows he's close. He says he's getting ready to "actually kill it," which apparently is a bigger deal than exorcising it. Who knew? Dean, apparently, because he wants to know how his father plans on doing this. Daddy's eyes sparkle and his man beard shows all of us up for having ever thought Dean and Sam were "men." Sam wants to join his father, but his father refuses again. He explains that the demon is a "scary son of a bitch" and he doesn't want to put the boys in danger. Sam tells him not to worry, but Daddy emotes, "I'm your father," before bringing up the fight he and Sam had the last time they saw one another. Daddy tells Sam how good it is to see him, tears, hugs, BAWLING. Teary glances all around the room. Men, they have such FEELINGS! But they also are men who must FIGHT, as we are reminded when Daddy gets torn away from the boys and thrown through the air into the kitchen cabinets behind him. Quick shot of the wall, where we see the Peter Pan shadows briefly. Sammy gets it next, and Dean yells "No!" just as he gets thrown to the ground. Cut to a shot of the exterior of the building, and Short Lip gazing up at the windows and fingering some sort of medallion around her neck. Metal Teeth Chomp.