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Sam and Dean discuss theories. Let’s assume the boys were playing Cowboys and Indians. “LARPing as Cowboys and Indians,” Dean says. “Whatever,” Sam says before going on. Oh come on Sam, take a second to enjoy the joke. They scalp Leticia’s son, she goes nuts and kills them. Now there are three bloodthirsty brats in the building and Leticia was the only one keeping them in control. That is until they torched her. Oops. They need to get back to the cemetery and torch the kids’ bones. Sam, because he’s so good at this, states the obvious. “How, we’re trapped. We don’t even have our guns. The ghosts are running this joint and they’re only scared of one thing.” That gives Dean an idea.
Next they’re talking with fake Leticia Gore. Dean appeals to her nature as an actress. “I work in a Hooters in Toledo.” Ouch! It’s bad enough working at a Hooters but in Toledo? **shiver** Sam tries next to convince her, guaranteeing her safety. Then fake Sam and Dean show up. They want to help. Dean provides instructions to Sam before talking to them. “Just give her the puppy dog thing, okay?” Hee! Okay, I’m busted, for I’m guilty of using the Sam puppy dog comment lots! But I’m not the only one. Sure, it’s in fan fiction, but still. Dean tells fake Sam and Dean no. This isn’t make-believe. They know, they’re terrified, but if all these people are in trouble they got to do something. Why? “Because, that’s what Sam and Dean would do.” He’s got you there Deano!
Back to Chuck, who’s holding his own. “No, there’s really no such thing as a Croatoan virus down there. Uh, you really should see a doctor.” Okay, I’ve never read that one on the boards. Good comment! Hooter waitress enters the room upstairs. She doesn’t want to do this. Dean peeks around the corner and tells her he’s got her back. “Trust me, this is going to work.” Then Dean goes back to where he was with the best “this is so not going to work” expression on his face. Both Jensen and Jared are rocking the nonverbal expressions in this one. She calls out for the boys. She’s doing a far better acting job now than she did before. Maybe she has what it takes to get out of Hooters. At first there’s nothing, and then ghost boys show up.
Back to Sam and fake Sam and Dean who are trying to push the front door open. The scene goes back and forth to fake Leticia convincing the boys to open the doors, putting the fear into them while Sam and the other fakers make some headway with the door. Fake Sam slips out. Back to fake Leticia who’s doing a great job until her cell phone goes off. What a great ring tone! It’s got this modern catchy dance vibe. My ringtone is the theme song to The Simpsons which is awesome too otherwise I’d want that one.
Fake Dean slips out just before the door shuts on real Sam. No one else is getting out. The ghost boys stare down fake Leticia with a homicidal glare, so Dean calmly comes in and tells her to run. He then squares off with the boys with his iron stick. Who hoo, you can tell he’s itching for a fight.
Back to fake Sam and Dean at the cemetery, who are learning that digging graves is hard work. “Oh my God,” fake Sam says. “Supernatural makes digging graves seem so easy. It’s not though. I’m going to throw up.” Then fake Dean talks sense into fake Sam. Yes, the parallels are a bit much at times, but this is pretty good. Back at the inn Dean gets tossed around and loses his iron poker. Just as the boys are about to take him, Sam shows up and does that gigantic ghost zapping swing he’s so good at. Then Sam gets tossed and the weapon goes flying.
Back to Chuck, who’s really dying now. Everyone is pretty bored. Even Becky is wavering a little. He fell in love at 16, lost his virginity and Becky’s expression says it all. TMI. Hotel clerk goes to leave. He’s had enough. He opens the door despite Chuck’s warning and breaks the salt line. Suddenly blond homicidal ghost boy is there complete with knife. Then Chuck comes to the rescue and with full Six Million Dollar Man sound effects takes out the boy with the mike stand. Brilliant! For once, a parody of another show. This of course get’s Becky’s attention. Chuck takes charge. “I said no one leaves dammit! Now somebody salt this door.” Becky is in lurve!
Dean is now on the floor with one of the ghosts overpowering him. Back to fake Sam and Dean, who have the pile of bones but can't get the lighter to light. "How come Dean always light this thing on the first freaking try!" I know, reality sucks, doesn’t it? Back to Sam now, who is also thrown to the ground overpowered. The knife inches closer to Dean. Then the same thing happens to Sam, which really bothers me because the mop of hair is in jeopardy. Do what you want with Sam, just leave the hair alone! Back and forth a few more times and then ghost boys go poof! We see fake Sam and Dean sadly watching the bones burn. Aww, those guys got to be heroes. That's pretty cool. I grew to like them throughout the episode. Meanwhile, the real Dean picks up the iron poker. "You know, maybe that guy’s right. Maybe we should put these things on a bungee." Sam doesn't think it's a half bad idea.
The aftermath. It's daytime, police are there, the body is being rolled out, the witnesses are being interviewed, and Dean is with the fake Sam and Dean. “I got to hand it to you. You saved our asses back there. Thanks.” They most certainly did. Don’t you forget it! Then it occurs to him he doesn't even know their names. Fake Sam is Barnes and fake Dean is Demian. Uh oh, the two guys from TWOP that are always busting Kripke's balls. I haven't checked to see if they're flattered or offended. Given their negativity, it’s likely the latter. They ask Dean his name. "Dean. The real Dean." He’s really serious but both guys laugh. Dean lets them laugh and thanks them again.
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