Cole teaches them some tricks, starting with the lesson that if you want to touch something, you have to get really angry. Cole punches Sam and Dean a few times until Sam takes a swing at him and Cole disappears.
Once their training is complete, Sam and Dean visit the funeral home, which is covered in some weird demonic symbols which are apparently only visible to the dead.
Inside they put a ghostly beatdown on some guy before Alastair shows up and traps them in iron chains. He’s back in his old meatsuit, and I’ll be damned if Christopher Heyerdahl isn’t the absolute creepiest dude ever. He would give Hannibal Lecter the willies. He toys with them, firing off shots of rock salt for fun. It turns out he needs to kill two reapers to break the seal.
The two reapers are in a pentagram in the middle of the room, so Alastair takes a scythe he got from one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and goes to work killing some reapers. He takes out the original one, but before he can kill Tessa, the boys use their ghost powers to make a chandelier fall, which gives them just enough time to escape.
Pamela grows worried when she senses a bad guy in her room, so she tries to bring Sam and Dean back while fighting off her demon attacker. She brings Sam back, and he takes no time using his dark arts to crush the demon right out of the attacker. It’s not really cute anymore, it’s just scary how evil Sam is turning.
Dean, still a ghost, tries running away, but Alastair catches up to him. Luckily for Dean, a lightning bolt strikes him and Alastair vanishes. “What the Hell?” asks Dean. The answer is just the opposite, as Castiel pops up behind him. Now that’s how you make an entrance.
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