Sam demands to know how this is Dean's fault, and calls his brother out on hiding something about the original hunt for this demon. Piano of SHUT UP, PIANO starts plinking its sharp and "eerie" notes again, as we fade into another flashback, this one narrated by Big Dean. We see Tiny Dean leave the hotel room, as Big Dean tells us that he was climbing the walls staying locked in the motel waiting for his dad. Tiny Dean goes on a video game bender in the motel lobby, only leaving when told to by the front desk guy. When he gets back to the room, he walks in on the shtriga sucking face on Tiny Sam. Tiny Dean slowly and quietly picks up a gun and points it at the witch, only to have it face him and make its stupid witchy scary face. Daddy comes busting in the room behind Tiny Dean and starts firing. The witch jumps rather clunkily out the window, shattering the glass on the closed window, which is stupid because we know the window had to be open for it to get in. Daddy goes to Tiny Sam, who wakes up groggily. I guess now we know where Sam's sense of humor went all those years ago. Daddy asks Tiny Dean what happened, and when he hears that Tiny Dean went out for a second, Daddy freaks out and fixes his son with a stare of hatred. Nice.
Fade back into present day, with Big Dean finishing his narrative. He said he and Daddy never talked about losing the shtriga ever again, but that Daddy looked at him differently after that. Sam, sitting on the bed next to him, tries to reassure his brother. Dean tells Sam that he has to kill this thing, so they have to use Hollywood Boy as bait. And, really, you won't find any argument here. The brat took ducky lips in vain. And now for the Amber Alert portion of the episode. At the poorly-lit motel front desk, Hollywood Boy holds a phone in his hands and threatens to call the cops. But Dean presses on, telling the kid that he knows what attacked his little brother. Hollywood Boy admits that something weird did come in the room. Weirder than these two? Dean tells him that he and Sam can kill it with Hollywood's help. The kid isn't too willing at first, but Dean keeps trying to ease him into it. As men sometimes do with little boys. Back in the motel room, Dean and Sam discuss how poorly their attempt to convince a little boy to go along with their odd late-night plan went, when they hear a knock on the door to their room. It's Hollywood Boy! Making himself available to the brothers! Mothers, don't let your babies grow up to be WB actors! In addition to all this molestation subtext, there's a lot of hoohah about big brothers doing anything for their little brothers. But, really, who can pay attention to that when you've got K-Y jokes to make?