...The Emporium set, where Sam and Dean arrive to find "Bob" waiting to confront them, and wow. I so do not care about the scene that follows at all. Long story short, while "Bob" -- suddenly all cuddly and avuncular, for whatever reason -- natters on about responsibility and possible pay raises and such, Sam and Dean realize Virgil must have swiped Belthazor's key during their late altercation, and they "quit" their "jobs" to go find the guy. And trust me when I assure you that you really don't need for me to go into any further detail as far as this scene is concerned, because while a part of me would like nothing better than to transcribe the glorious bit wherein Dean directly pisses all over this show's batshit fangirls, a larger part of me understands that I really don't need that kind of agita in my life right now. Next!
"Misha" steers his Prius into a dark and forbidding alleyway, and Virgil forces him out of the car to drag him over to a wall. Virgil then proceeds to speechify at length regarding this alternate reality's sordid lack of magic, or some such bullshit, so I'll be skipping ahead to the bit where he slices "Misha's" throat open from ear to ear in order to activate the little jury-rigged blood phone he's got cupped in his hands, so he might give Raphael a ring. And as a nearby and well-hidden homeless guy gapes and goggles at the scene, "Misha" chokes and splutters and gags on the now carved-up inner workings of his neck until he collapses into this evening's next METAL TEETH CHOMP!
Stately Padalecki Manor. The boys arrive to find "Genevieve" in hysterics. "Misha!" she wails. "He's been stabbed to death!"
The Dark And Forbidding Alleyway Of "Misha's" Doom. Sam and Dean mosey on through the crime scene like they own the place, and they eventually interrogate that convenient homeless person, who tells them that Raphael told Virgil "to return tomorrow at the place where he crossed over at the time of the crossing, and Raphael would reach through the window and take him and the key home." Got all that? Good. Next!
Elsewhere, Virgil reenacts yet another famous Terminator scene by visiting a local gun shop, where he expertly selects a variety of deadly weapons from the wares on display before blowing away both the store's owner and an unseen customer who happens to wander in at exactly the wrong moment. DUN!