Hoodie Man power-smashes Garth’s face into a table, keeping him out of the fight. Sam comes to, tells Becky to run, which she does, and Hoodie Man decides to take the easy route and uses the “Force” to strangle Sam like the Dark Jedi he is. Then, Becky stabs Hoodie Man from behind with the Demon Killing Knife, uttering a shaky, “Whoa” when Hoodie Man sparks and dies in front of her.
Sam pulls the knife from Hoodie Man’s back and tosses it to Dean – who catches it one-handed and presses it against Guy’s throat, forcing him to release him. It was pretty much the coolest move of the evening, that toss/catch. Dean demands that Guy release all the deals he had working and Guy looks slightly over Dean’s shoulder, uttering a heartfelt, “Oh, crap.”
Dean: You said it. You’re in a world—
Voice Off Screen: Hello, Boys.
Dean: Oh, crap.
He moves around Guy speedy quick, as my girl would say, and puts the blade against Guy’s throat once more, holding the CRD as a shield.
And, Crowley’s standing there, almost a welcome sight (for me, not them) after all that had transpired.
Crowley: Sam. Mazel tov. Who’s the lucky lady?
Becky (with a little bit of awe): You’re Crowley.
Crowley: And you’re…well, I’m sure you have a wonderful personality.
Oh, poor Becky! *frowns on her behalf*
Dean threatens Guy and Crowley says that Hoodie Man sold Guy out. Crowley runs a tight ship in Hell, you see, and Guy bucked the system pretty hard by cutting the 10 year deals short. Crowley calls his minion a stupid, short-sighted, prat and he wants Dean to hand him over. If he does, Crowley will cancel all the deals Guy made because he wants to make an example of Guy.
Crowley: Fair trade. We’ll go our separate ways. No harm done.
Sam and Dean exchange looks of Total Doubt.
Sam: What? Out of the goodness of your heart?
Crowley: Years of demons nipping at your heels – haven’t seen one for months. Wonder why?
Huh, actually really good point, that. One I hadn’t even bothered to think about, honestly.
Dean: We’ve been busy.
Crowley: Hunting Leviathans, I know. That’s why I told my lads to stay clear of you meatheads.
He goes on to say how much he really really really dislikes the Bossman Levi and he wants the boys to squash them all. So, this, and the What Will Dean Do If He Doesn’t Watch Out For Sam question were the two things I found the most interesting in this episode. I like that Crowley’s not exactly working with them, nor is he asking them to work for/with him…he’s just staying out of their way. It’s…interesting.
Dean’s like, end contracts first, which Crowley does with a snap of his fingers. Done and done. Dean hands Guy over to Crowley and they vanish. Garth wakes up all, what did I miss? (See? Why was he even there??)
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