This leads to plenty of shooting and madness as the five Hunters in town all knock some sense into one another so they get on the same page. Rufus and the Harvelles (which may or may not also be the name of a 1960s Motown group) take care of the townspeople while Sam and Dean visit War.
They can't kill him, but they can cut off his finger and take his Apocalypse Ring, which makes War and his cherry red muscle car disappear into thin air.
After the dust settles, it's time for the boys to talk about their feelings. Only this time, Sam admits that Dean is totally right not to forgive him because Sam still desperately wants to drink some demon blood. Damn, I guess my whole defense of Sam last week
just got shot to hell.
I'm man enough to admit when I'm wrong, and I was wrong, because Dean is clearly smarter than I am because he saw past those apologetic puppy dog eyes and recognized that even the apocalypse wasn't enough to stop Sam's love for demon blood.
To rectify the problem, Sam decides to stop being a Hunter and go off on his own. It's sad, but the previews for next week's episode show Dean and Cas teamed up (hilarious) and Sam lying shirtless in bed with Jessica (sexy, so long as you ignore the fact that she's been dead since the Pilot). So at least for one episode, it looks like breaking up is the best thing the Winchesters could've done.<<PREVIOUS (1) (2) (3) (4)
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