Again, the closing scene. After saying goodbye to Michael and his mother, Sam laments about Michael's loss of innocence now that he knows monsters are real. Dean looks over, sees the car drive away, and flashes the troubled profile before going back to Sam. Yep, loss of innocence is a total bitch.
Definitely one of the longer pensive ones, if not the most picturesque. The sun is going down, the Impala is shiny, and the setting is just perfect for the sideways gaze of a grieving son that just learned a troubling lesson about believing everything is black and white.
A profile of doom with daddy issues! This time, its during one of the nightime confessionals with Sam in the Impala. That vampy crossroads demon dangled a carrot Dean had to refuse, but man did it kill him a little inside. He could have bargained to bring daddy back. As he tells this to Sam, we know Dean is beating himself up for doing that. Oh Dean, you and youâ€™re silly season two self-esteem issues. Sam asks Dean if he actually considered making that deal. Dean looks to the side in dramatic fashion, then turns on music. Nothing like using the WTPoD to avoid the question!