Things go from bad to worse when some faulty plumbing in this crappy basement Cas chose starts leaking water onto the salt circle that seals Alastair to his torture rack. When Dean has his back turned, Alastair breaks free and knocks Dean down with a single punch.
Alastair beats the tar out of Dean until he’s a tiny bloody mess. He’s just about to kill Dean when Cas arrives for the save. This leads to an epic battle between the demon and the angel, but once again Alastair gets the upper hand, and even though he can’t kill an angel, he can send one back to Heaven. The spell is broken when a third hero arrives: Sam Winchester.
Sam raises his hand and throws Alastair against a wall, demanding he tell them who’s killing the angels. Alastair says he’s not scared, but he should be because Sam is stronger than ever. He crushes the demon out of Alastair until he finally agrees to speak. However, all he reveals is that there’s no way Lilith did this, because she would kills hundreds of angels, not just seven.
He asks to be sent back to Hell, but Sam has something else up his sleeve. His power is now so strong that he can actually kill demons, so he does just that and kills Alastair. While we were busy watching Dean deal with the angels, Sam was busy getting scarily strong.
They go to the hospital and Sam begs Cas to help Dean. Instead, Cas seeks out Uriel, who has heard that they’re supposed to stop looking for the angel killer. Cas is scared that his garrison is being killed for not doing well in their battle with the demons.
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