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!
Back on the now-deserted Emporium set, Sam and Dean consider the possibility that they might be stuck in this alternate reality forever until even the camera gets bored with all of their endless yammering and wanders off in search of something more exciting to film. Next!
Out on the lot, "Eric Kripke" arrives in a gigantic Hummer to greet "Bob" like so: "Bob! Dude! What the hell?" Yeah, he can go ahead and drop dead at his earliest convenience. There follows a very funny exchange wherein the two gentlemen discuss -- in detail, and at length -- the current dire situation on the set while never once uttering a sentence longer than one word, and if that's yet another of this evening's in-jokes, I think it's safe to say it's the only one that translates for a general audience. In any event, "Eric's" about to go chat with his errant stars when Virgil rounds a far corner to come stalking towards them. A hapless PA instantly identifies Virgil as the "extra" Sam and Dean demolished yesterday, so "Eric" instantly changes course to deal first with the unfortunate Virgil situation, in the process unwittingly marching himself straight into a Sergio Leone movie. For yes, gentle reader, as everything grinds down into slow motion, and as a single mournful trumpet keens a south-of-the-border dirge, Virgil hauls out a double-barrel pump-action shotgun and rips an eight-inch hole through "Eric Kripke's" torso. You know, it's moments like this when I really miss Raoul. Damn you, Academy Awards!
And as "Eric Kripke" drops to the rain-streaked asphalt, dead, Virgil shoots "Bob" in the chest, then enters the main soundstage to take out "Bob's" primary underling and the stunt coordinator before Sam and Dean arrive to tackle him into that unused motel room set from earlier. Dean quickly beats the angel senseless, which is a good thing, I suppose, but the instant Sam retrieves Belthazor's key from Virgil's pocket, a shimmering red sigil materializes on the candy-glass windowpanes behind them. Uh oh. The boys try to run, but a tremendous force reaches out from the other side of the wall to drag them both backwards into this evening's final METAL TEETH CHOMP!