...wheeling their stolen car over to the side of the road in front of a house numbered "3014" because someone on the production staff fucked up. Ooops. Sam and Dean disembark and bicker about how to introduce themselves to Pre-Sucky John and Unburnt Mary for a while, with said bickering including the following line from Dean: "What exactly are we gonna march up there and tell them? That their sons are back from the future to save them from an angel-gone-Terminator? Those movies haven't even come out yet!" Heh. Dean eventually just orders Sam to follow his lead, and after a brief little scenelet that serves only to illustrate Pre-Sucky John and Unburnt Mary's newlywed bliss, Dean rings 485 Robin Tree's doorbell. Unburnt Mary answers, and to say she is less than pleased to see Dean again after all these years would be something of an understatement. "You can't be here!" she hisses, glancing from the unwanted stumpy little bow-legged midget now occupying her front porch all the way up to his unusually large traveling companion and then all the way back down again before continuing, "I don't do that anymore -- I have a normal life now, and you have to go." Dean apologizes for intruding and attempts to explain, but Pre-Sucky John's just arrived with a pleasant smile on his face, so the LYING LIARS WHO LIE tell their soon-to-be father that they're Mary's cousins, and Pre-Sucky John invites them in for a beer. Dashing El Deano wastes not an instant accepting John's offer, Unburnt Mary presents her unexpected houseguests with a bitchface so massive it nearly puts Darling Sammy's to shame, and Darling Sammy himself suddenly gets all misty-eyed and verklempt because Darling Sammy is a gigantic, emotionally unstable freak.
This astoundingly awkward family reunion continues in the Winchester's tastefully appointed living room, where Borderline Personality Disorder Sam trains his moist, searching gaze upon an increasingly tense and uncomfortable Unburnt Mary until even the typically oblivious Pre-Sucky John realizes there's something just the teensiest bit strange about the situation. Attempts are made at casual conversation until the telephone rings, at which point Pre-Sucky John excuses himself, but not before asking his wife's demented relatives to stay for dinner, much to Unburnt Mary's obvious annoyance.