So, Sam goes by himself and while there runs into the blonde detective who warns him to hurry up and get things wrapped up. She’s not liking his interference. He also finds out that there were ‘cold case’ files (thanks to the innocently chatty M.E.) about other similar cases and asks for help getting them to review. While he’s going through the files, Sam finds a link to the Hunting Ground Bar and calls Dean to fill him in on the facts. Dean is parked outside of Lydia’s house…watching.
Dean: I have been eating at the buffet of strange all afternoon.
At first Sam keeps up with the hard time, harping on Dean obsessing over Lydia. But then he listens to Dean breaking down how Lydia had been kidless the day before, and reluctantly offers backup. When Dean declines, Sam tells him about the other cases (the similarities to what Dean was dealing with are glaringly obvious) as Dean is watching a 5-ish year old little girl being led out of the house by Lydia and handed over to Morticia Adams.
Dean follows Morticia’s car to a random building, watching the woman lead the little girl inside. Next thing we know, he’s back at the motel and is pacing around, telling Sam about Lydia being kid-free when he spent the night with her. No baby, no crib, no rubber ducks (hee – rubber ducks…I love our Show). Next day she has a baby named Emma and then later that same day, a little girl named Emma is being led away from Lydia’s house? What the hell doesn’t begin to cover it for him.
Sam is so focused on getting facts about the hunt he completely misses facts about the hunt. He just gives Dean flack about what he’s saying, teasing him and being sarcastic because what Dean’s talking about is not focusing on what Sam’s been researching – which is the evidence they’ve gathered.
Dean: Are you deliberately messing with me? I know weird.
Just then, the Professor calls.
Dean: Oh, great. I bet he’ll crack this wide open.
Back at the warehouse – or Convent of Weird – Morticia Adams is making the now 10ish-looking little girls eat something saying they have to “consume their kill” as a symbol of their unity and a tribute to the one who created them. Emma has to be ‘encouraged’ to eat her piece. Blech.
The boys head to the Professor’s office and he tells them that he ID’d the symbol as coming from the goddess Harmonia. Boiling it all down, the killers are Amazons – exclusively female culture, no use for males except for procreation. While the boys are there finding this out, the blonde female cop is on the phone with Morticia Adams IDing the boys as hunters. Yipe!
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