Lily Dale Main Drag. After a tiny bit of difficulty, Darling Sammy locates Jimmy Tomorrow's seedy apartment, picks the lock, and tippy-toes through the front door to ransack the place. Barely has he found Margaret's skull adorning a makeshift altar in the living room, though, when Jimmy himself sneaks up from behind to press a loudly cocked revolver against the nape of his neck. D'OH! "Somehow," Jimmy grins, "I just knew you'd be back." The camera gets all up in Darling Sammy's grille for one tense moment before everything disappears into the all-consuming maw of this evening's next METAL TEETH CHOMP!
Lair Of Tomorrow. Immediate aftermath. Jimmy icily instructs Darling Sammy to relinquish control of Margaret Fox's much-abused skull. Sam slowly passes the thing back to his captor, but when Jimmy reaches for it, Sam somehow gets the drop on the guy, and he rips the revolver out of Jimmy's hand to snarl, "That's enough!"
Meanwhile, back at The Manse, Spectral Margaret blows out the windows. Uh oh.
Lair Of Tomorrow. Sam upends the makeshift altar and sneers, "Nice binding spell!" "Doesn't matter," Jimmy shrugs. "She helps me because she wants to." Sam goes, "Whaaaaaaaa?"
Manse Melanie. A violent breeze now whips through Melanie's tastefully appointed living room, violating the sanctity of Dashing El Deano's salt circle. Almost immediately, Spectral Margaret materializes in the middle of the floor to telekinetically fling Dean ass-over-end into the next room. DUN!
Lair Of Tomorrow, and here we go with the apeshit jump-cuts again. Jimmy takes this opportunity to speechify at length regarding his methods and motivations -- of course -- and as he leisurely explains himself to Sam, the camera keeps pulling this rapid-fire back-and-forth between The Manse and The Lair with Jimmy speaking continuously throughout, so bear with me while I try to keep everything straight, by which I of course mean "rip everything apart and paste the pieces back together to form two separate scenes that are entirely independent of one another." "Okay!" Thanks. "Don't mention it!"