Dean advances on Sam, but Garth steps between them, confident that Dean won't kill him. "Come on, Dean, you do not want to kill your brother. You've been protecting him your whole life. Don't stop now." Dean isn't into this whole group therapy thing. "He left me to rot in Purgatory!" he shouts. "I'm sure he had his reasons," Garth says. Sam, lying bloody on the floor, thinks this is the perfect time to throw Benny in Dean's face. Sam obviously has a death wish. Dean defends Benny, saying he's been more of a brother than Sam. "Cass let me down. You let me down. The only person that hasn't let me down is Benny." Wee little Garth punches big, strapping, possessed Dean so hard that the penny, clutched in his hand this entire time falls to the floor. Garth shakes out his hand in agony. Dean blinks a few times, now free of the specter. Garth reaches for the penny. "Garth, don't!" Sam shouts. But Garth, harboring no resentments, isn't a suitable host for the specter.
Denouement. As the guys prepare to go their separate ways Dean theorizes that the teens didn't possessed because they were young and innocent, which is a bunch of hooey. Have you ever met a teenager who didn't have a grudge against someone for something? But how did Garth escape possession? Well, he's just super zen. "You got to let all that stuff go, amigo," he tells Dean. "Now stop being an idjit," he says a little angrily. "With Bobby dead, you and Sam are all each other has." That's not true, but whatever. Garth gives Dean a big, long hug, which Dean eventually returns. (Somewhere Crowley is jotting down a note to call him "Huggy Bear" at some point.) Dean passes on Bobby's torch by returning Bobby's trucker cap.