In home ec class, a jock taunts a nerd, so the nerd takes the jock’s hand and puts it into a food processor, turning it into a stump. That was awesomely gross. Sam arrives to see a weird black goo pour out of the nerd’s ears, the same goo we saw come out of Fat Pig’s nose.
Sam concludes that they’re dealing with ghost possession. Dean does research in the principal’s office, finding out that the only dead kid was Young Sam’s nerdy friend Barry, who killed himself in the girl’s bathroom the year after the Winchesters left. Dean also finds out that three of the school’s cheerleaders are legal, which is quite gross. Dean seriously needs to check into rehab for sex addiction.
Back in the past, Young Sam feels bad for the way bullies pick on Barry. They run into Fat Dirk, who wants to fight, so he punches Young Sam in the face. When Young Dean finds out, he wants to kick Fat Dirk’s butt, or at the very least, wants Young Sam to fight back.
Young Sam wants to be normal, which doesn’t explain why he wrote a non-fiction essay about killing a werewolf. The teacher still gives him an A because his essay is very well-written, but Young Sam doesn’t think he can be a writer because he has to join the family business.
In the present, the Winchesters burn Barry’s bones to stop the ghost. Sam still feels bad he wasn’t around to stop his former friend from killing himself. Sam heads back to school only to find an Asian girl who is possessed and calls Sam by name before stabbing him and kicking him in the balls. Sam quickly casts the ghost out of her body.
Dean helps Sam recuperate and does some research to find out the three possessed people rode on the same bus. Dean calls them “Martha Dumptruck, Revenge of the Nerds
and Hello Kitty,” which is genius, especially because it includes a Heathers
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