Sam peers through the bars of the elevator shaft, struggling to support his weight. Short Lip walks up to a makeshift altar, where the Blood Phone sits next to flickering candles. She picks up the phone and calls Domino's for some Buffalo Chicken Kickers. Not really. She picks it up and starts rubbing it and incanting in some stupid language. She then puts on that warbly, over-projecting voice that she reserves for the Blood Phone: "I don't think you should come. The brothers, they're in town, I didn't know that" -- pause -- "yes sir, yes. I'll be here. Waiting for you." Short Lip hangs up the Blood Phone and then blows out the candles and leaves. Sam thinks he's found the "major player." We know that the major player has just totally played him. Sam struggles to pull himself up enough to get into the room. He pokes around a bit, finding on the altar two hearts impaled on some Pier One candlesticks, a mirror smeared with the daddy long-legs symbol in blood, some bones -- you know, your standard mantel tchotchkes. Metal Teeth Chomp.
Commercials. Back in the motel, which actually looks like a rented room in a seedy men's lodgings or something -- so "urban" -- Sam busts in the door, wheels around a corner to come face-to-face with his brother. They both jinx at the same time, "Dude, I gotta talk to you!" Dean transitions, "So hot little Meg is summoning the daeva. Looks like Sammy's got a thing for the bad girl!" They talk about the "bowl" she was talking into. It reminds Sam of something witches use. They agree that whoever she was talking to is the one giving her her orders. Dean pauses and looks intrigued. He tells Sam that he found out both of the victims of the "Stealth Killer" hailed from Lawrence, Kansas. The boys are both stunned by the possible connection to their mom's death, and Sam helpfully sums up our own confusion for us: "I don't understand. What's the significance of Lawrence?" Dean doesn't much care, and wants to trash the altar, grab Short Lip, and ask her themselves. Sam disagrees, thinking they should stake out the warehouse to find out what is coming to meet her. Dean's on board, but thinks they shouldn't do any of this alone.Cut to Dean on the phone leaving a message for Officer Daddy: "We think we have a serious lead on this thing that killed Mom." So this warehouse is at 1435 W. Erie" which is, indeed, still a sort of warehouse-y part of the city, even if those warehouses are more "Viking-range-equipped single-family dwellings" and less "meatpacking" these days. Sam comes in with two huge duffel bags behind Dean and tosses them on the bed. Dean asks what all is in there, and Sam replies, "I ransacked the trunk." I bet you did, big boy. Sam isn't sure what to expect at the warehouse. I hope he remembered the lube. Dean does too, as he remarks, "That's a big knife." And I love presenting their dialogue out of context. The boys are cocking their guns, and I'll go ahead and let you fill in the joke for that one.