Oh, good God. They then launch into a massively contrived debate over Sam's Issue Of The Week, and it all boils down to this: Because Andy grew a pair and blew away the guy who was about to murder his girlfriend, Sam believes The Ceiling Demon might be pushing his special mommy-free children to the point where they snap and become violent, people-killing psychopaths, despite the fact that neither Andy nor Max at any point fell under The Ceil...you know what? Fuck this shit. Sam gets angsty and outraged, Dean tells him to knock it off, and the boys climb into Metallicar. At the last moment, Sam importunately mentions Dean's earlier confession of fear while the latter was under Andy's influence. "That was mind control!" Dean protests. "It doesn't count -- I...I...I call a do-over!" "What are you, seven?" Sam snits. Dean's all, "ZIP IT ALREADY AND GET IN THE CAR, WHINER." Or maybe that was me. In any event, Dean's phone bleeps, and it's Ellen, summoning them back to the roadhouse. Something in her tone makes Dean agree immediately to return to Harvelle's, which is sort of amusing because it suggests mind control's not strictly necessary when it comes to bending Dean Winchester to your will. Sometimes, all you need is the magnificence that comes from being a supremely awesome broad.
Episode Report CardDemian: C | 941 USERS: C+
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