Twelfth Floor. Dean ices Buttboy's demonically enhanced bodyguard with The Knife That Can Kill Anything, then enters the luxuriously appointed corner office to blatantly wipe the bodyguard's blood from The Knife's blade onto one of Buttboy's cashmere overcoats. Unfortunately, if he was hoping to get a rise out of Buttboy from all of this, he must be sorely disappointed, for Buttboy merely waves Dean over to a seat and starts in with the chattering. And because they jaw away at each other for a full two minutes, and because none of the dialogue involved is particularly interesting, I'll get to the point: Dean bluffs that he's willing to sell Buttboy the rings he and Sam swiped from War and Famine as long as Buttboy agrees to continue the present meeting at a neutral location of Dean's choosing. Buttboy responds to Dean's offer by kicking Dean's ass. "VIOLENCE!" You see, even if Buttboy did get those two rings back from Dean, they'd be of no use to his conquered masters, for War and Famine have been mere husks of their former selves, curled up in fetal positions ever since Our Intrepid Heroes defeated them, and so much for seeing Titus Welliver on this show ever again, I suppose. Stupid Supernatural. "VIOLENCE!" I'm getting back to it, Raoul! Calm down. "VIOLENCE!" Rrrrgh. Anyway, because of all that, Buttboy would like nothing more than to exact a little vengeance for his fallen Horsemen, and he intends to start exacting said vengeance right now by ripping it out of Dashing El Deano's stumpy yet tantalizing derriere. "EEEEEEEEEEEEE!" And as Raoul writhes himself into paroxysms of glee thanks to the stupendously brutal beatdown Our Intrepid Hero's now suffering, the METAL TEETH CHOMP! clamps down to snatch us all into the next commercial break.
Episode Report CardDemian: D | 1853 USERS: B-
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