At this moment, NotDean switches to the first person -- "I mean, I had to stay home. You don't think I had dreams of my own? But Dad needed me" -- looming above Sam. Sam isn't yet biting the worm, however, and demands to know where his brother is. NotDean leans in and places his hands on Sam's legs, and the camera pans out to show the two in profile, and we get a still that probably adorns a thousand work desktops. NotDean insists, "I am your brother. See, deep down, I'm just jealous. You got friends. You could have a life. Me? I know I'm a freak and sooner or later everybody's gonna leave me."
Gulp. The guppy finally takes the bait, as Sam starts addressing NotDean as his brother: "What are you talking about?" NotDean rails that he did everything Dad asked and Dad ditched him. He sort of whips this big piece of canvas off a pile of something, and echoes a line Dean had earlier in the episode: "Still, this life, it's not without it's perks," and goes on to talk about all the nice people he meets, like Blondie: "You know Dean'd bang her if he had the chance." Ooh, burn. Nice line. Nice delivery. This scene is pretty great. Close-up on NotDean's face from Sam's perspective: "Let's see what happens," and then cut to black as he throws the canvas over Sam's face.
Blondie goes to open the door to her house and finds NotDean. She puts a hand on her hip and says, "In this light, it is difficult for me to sell myself as a college student." No, wait. She says, bitchily, "Oh, hi," to the man who lied about his police credentials. NotDean anticipates her annoyance and asks if he can explain all the lying himself.