Page 4 of 6Gary goes on because heâ€™s really wasted now, asking if heâ€™s ever felt like his futureâ€™s been decided for you. Uh, yeah, just about every day, right Dean? Dean confirms this, and I think some biting sarcasm would have been better in his answer. Gary rambles on about being unable to fight the plan, the stupid stupid plan and then he figures out Dean is very suspicious. So, he shuts up, claiming heâ€™s drunk. Dean says itâ€™s alright and raises his glass. â€œIâ€™ll drink to that.â€ You see, I would have done what Dean did, which was let it go for now. After all, the few times weâ€™ve seen Sam drunk and drugged, he is pretty loopy. So Dean stops again and realizes whatâ€™s happening. â€œIs it just me or are we drinking together?â€ Gary points out they donâ€™t do it that often. â€œYou can say that,â€ Dean says. So, this is where I figure Dean knows something isnâ€™t right, but heâ€™s having too good a time right now. Again, I donâ€™t blame him.
Gary then says â€œYouâ€™re a good guy Dean.â€ â€œOh, you are drunk,â€ Dean says. You see! Sam only says that stuff when heâ€™s wasted. Their bacon cheeseburgers arrive and Gary gets all serious. â€œNo, I mean it. You really are a good guy.â€ Dean doesnâ€™t know what to say. Then Gary goes into a major orgasm over his bacon cheeseburger. The burger is good but the bread alone is giving him fits. Dean goes back to being disturbed. Later Dean is alone and sees â€œSamâ€ leaving with that blonde woman from the teaser. Gary turns around while heâ€™s leaving and tells Dean like a goofy seventeen year old â€œWeâ€™re gonna do it.â€ Man, why or why couldnâ€™t we have seen Jared do that!! Thereâ€™s the gotcha! Dean knows that isnâ€™t Sam.
Back to Gary in the mirror, Sam on the flip side, and heâ€™s tied to a post in a tacky looking basement, complete with wood paneling and worn furniture. I really wish my basement looked that bad. Thereâ€™s something about dated basements I adore. Mine is just unfinished concrete walls. Sam struggles, wondering whatâ€™s going on. Trevor, who we learn in this scene is a dick, yells loud he canâ€™t hear him since his parents are out of town. Trevor calls Gary, whoâ€™s in bed with leopard skin sheets in some sort of sex lair. Heâ€™s shirtless. Now I just bust into tears. Why, oh why, for the love of God, is Jared not in that scene??? Youâ€™re killing me show!
Trevor asks Gary whereâ€™s Dean. Trevor tells him the motel, but Samâ€™s on the other side (still weeping) now alarmed at the mention of his brother. â€œYou mean you havenâ€™t killed him yet?â€ Trevor asks. Sam is freaking out, asking why they want to kill Dean. Gary on the other end says he was building up to it. Itâ€™s kind of sweet he hasnâ€™t done it because he figured out Dean is a good guy. Plus heâ€™s not a killer. Trevor points out the obvious problem, which is heâ€™s looking at Gary with this other dude in it. Gary is actually surprised by this. Hello, you did a body switch, right? Gary then pulls the best logic ever. Whatever he says, no one is going to believe him. Your life does suck, doesnâ€™t it Gary? Trevor orders him to just hurry up and kill the son-of-a-bitch already. Gary canâ€™t do that right now, because Crystal comes out of the bathroom. In a dominatrix outfit. Okay, that does it. Now Iâ€™m bawling, kicking and screaming! Why oh why oh why???? Need hunky man there. Gary says the blatantly obvious, he is in way over his head.
Sam is still struggling with being tied up while Trevor is nervous that Gary wonâ€™t go through with it. Sam gets to the part we all want to know, how do they know who Dean is? Trevor, who is about the brattiest teenager Iâ€™ve ever seen, mentions that Dean is Hellâ€™s most wanted. Sam is appalled. â€œHave you idiots been talking to demons?â€ If your teenager wants to mess with this stuff, just make them watch this show. Theyâ€™ll learn quick. Sam tries talking sense into them, pointing out theyâ€™re just kids. They have no idea what theyâ€™re getting into. All Trevor sees is greed, since thereâ€™s a price on Deanâ€™s head and he wants his reward.
Nora tells the story. About a month ago they were down there goofing around with the bookâ€¦but moron here says â€œI wouldnâ€™t exactly call praying to our dark overlord goofing around.â€ Oh boy, this kid is so this weekâ€™s red shirt. â€œDonâ€™t be a loser Trev,â€ Nora says. â€œYeah, Trev,â€ Sam says too. I do so love snarky Sam. Nora goes on. The lights flickered and Gary went into a trace. He drew a picture even though he canâ€™t draw. Itâ€™s a downright perfect pencil drawing of Dean. Aw, how many fans want that??? Whoever the artist is, you can make a killing! Yes, this episode is all about missed opportunities.
The voices in Garyâ€™s head said there was a bounty out on this guy. The word had gone out to every witch and Satanist out there. Nora gets all dreamy over Gary being the one to spot them. So, one month later, Dean just happens to show up in his fast food restaurant??? Really??? Thatâ€™s some awesome luck. Nah. Bazinga! â€œAnd the Freaky Friday crap?â€ Sam asks. I was wondering when a reference like that would make its way in. That was Garyâ€™s idea too, heâ€™d go in Trojan horse style. Sheâ€™s saying all this praising Gary as a genius, which actually heâ€™s just some kid who thought it would be cool to mess around in a gorgeous body. One we donâ€™t see. Iâ€™m still simpering here over that. Trevor is still upset that Gary wonâ€™t go through with it. Sam decides to scare the crap out of Nora, and it so works. â€œYou listen to me, you are making a terrible mistake. Weâ€™re talking about a demon deal, killing somebody. This isnâ€™t a game. Youâ€™re crossing a line you wonâ€™t come back from. Believe me.â€
Nora turns to Trevor all scared, but Trevor being a dickhead he is doesnâ€™t buy it. He has a better idea. He opens the book. He doesnâ€™t have to kill Dean. Why not summon a demon? â€œIâ€™m calling up one of these bad boys, turning these punks over and getting paid dollar, dollar bills yâ€™all!â€ Oh, this kid is toast. Nora hates the idea, ditto for Sam. Come on Nora, get some balls! Samâ€™s tied to a chair and canâ€™t save this idiot. Nah, the kid needs to learn the hard way.
Back to the motel and Gary comes in from his tryst, sneaking in while Dean is sleeping. He grabs a gun nearby (Iâ€™m assuming thatâ€™s Deanâ€™s, which is weird considering Dean always keeps it under his pillow. Maybe he went knife this time, or is trapping Gary. Iâ€™ll stop speculating now). Gary nervously holds up the gun, points it at Deanâ€™s bed, cocks the gun and thereâ€™s a shadowy figure behind him shaped like Dean. Sure enough, he turns just in time to have Dean grab his arm and punch him hard in the face. â€œYouâ€™re not Sam. Who the Hell are you?â€ Duh!
Back to Sam, whoâ€™s in a much worse predicament. Still tied to the post, Trevor does his demon summoning thing. Sam begs him not to do this and Nora agrees, but she still stands in the back nervously not doing anything about it. Wimp. Trevor does it anyway because heâ€™s got shit for brains, even though Sam rightfully points out heâ€™s going to get them all killed. Trevor finishes and at first it seems nothing happens, but then Nora has collapsed. Trevor asks if sheâ€™s okay and what do you know, she has black eyes now. â€œOh yeah, Iâ€™m peachy.â€ Yep, things just went from bad to worse. You know, it could be the spell, but isnâ€™t some form of black smoke required? Thatâ€™s usually how people get possessed right? Oh, what the hey. Bazinga!