Over in the tragic bachelor's pad from the top of the hour, Chuck Shurley -- still in his ratty little stripey robe and plaid boxer shorts, and ain't he a stinker? -- pads over to his printer to retrieve his last few paragraphs, and begins proofing them aloud. "Sam and Dean approached the run-down..." Here Chuck pauses, reconsiders that last word, and alters it to "ramshackle" before continuing, "...ramshackle house with trepidation."
Outside, Our Intrepid Heroes disembark from the Impala and approach the tragic bachelor pad from the top of the hour -- with trepidation, apparently -- and as they mount the steps to the front porch, Chuck continues to proof, via voice-over, "Did they really want to learn the secrets that lay beyond that door?" Well, duh, narrator man, because they're not turning around. As the boys hit the top of the steps, The Stinker adds, "Sam and Dean traded soulful looks," and if the looks these guys just shot each other are supposed to be "soulful," then Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki are doing it wrong. "Then," Bugs Bunny goes on, "with determination, Dean pushed the doorbell with forceful...determination?" Bugs, disgusted with his own shitty writing, tosses the sheaf of papers to the side just as Dean rings the bell, and if you want yet another pop-culture parallel, it's like that scene in Stranger Than Fiction where unwitting fiction subject Will Ferrell calls famously reclusive author Emma Thompson just as famously reclusive author Emma Thompson's typing about unwitting fiction subject Will Ferrell calling famously reclusive author Emma Thompson, so naturally, Chuck Shurley's just as taken aback by this turn of events as famously reclusive author Emma Thompson was in the movie, and now I'm typing about a writer on TV acting like he's a typist in a movie, and I've had it with this paragraph, so fuck it, and next!