EPI 5 Simon said
In Blue Ridge, Oklahoma, Dr. Jennings is walking down the city street
when he gets a phone call. He answers it and then sees himself taking a
shotgun and cocking it. He smiles and walks down the street to a gun
shop. The owner, Dennis, greets him by name, and is surprised when
Jennings says he wants to look at a gun. Dennis obliges and gives
Jennings the specific shotgun he asks for, and provides him with some
shells to check. Jennings loads it up, against store policy, and then
casually shoots and kills Dennis. The doctor tells everyone to relax,
and then places the gun beneath his chin and pulls the trigger.
Sam is in a gas station restaurant when the vision of Jennings shooting
the gun store owner hits him. As they drive through the night, Dean
tells him to relax and says that going to the road house isn't a good
idea. Sam insists that Ellen could know something, but Dean warns that
letting hunters know that Sam has supernatural abilities might not be a
good idea. At the road house, Jo is hustling a hunter, Ed, at a video
game. She greets Dean when they arrive, and Sam immediately runs back to
find Ash. He identifies the town from a bus sign in Sam's vision, but
finds no trace of demonic presence. Sam asks him to check on nursery
fires in 1983, While Ash works, Jo notes to Dean that Mary Winchester
died the same way, and offers to help. He insists that they have to
handle it the same way, and figures that Ellen would kill him if he left
with her daughter. Ash comes up with a match, and the brothers head for
Along the way, Sam explains that Ash located an Andy Gallagher, whose
mother died the same way as Mary Manchester. He figures that Andy is
somehow connected to the Yellow-Eyed Demon. Andy is unemployed and owes
money, but there are no collection agency flags in the system. They have
a work address from his last W-2 and go to Blue Ridge, posing as
lawyers. They ask at the diner where Andy worked, but the waitress,
Tracy, assumes that they're debt collectors them that they won't be able
to get any money from Andy, and the ones who have tried in the past
just leave town. A friend of Andy's, Weber, overhears them and boasts
that Andy can get him into anything. Tracy tells him to go back to work,
and tells the Winchesters to look for a van with a barbarian queen
painted on the side. As they watch, Sam worries that the he's one of the
Yellow-Eyed Demon's children, and that he's a psychic freak. Dean
insists that he's not a murderer, but Sam notes that he's killed lots of
monsters and isn't convinced.
Andy leaves the apartment he's at, wearing a bathrobe. He waves to the
woman upstairs, and then casually gets a cup of coffee from a man as he
walks by. Andy then shakes hands with Dr. Jennings, who Sam recognizes
from his vision. Sam goes after Jennings while Dean sticks with Andy,
who drives away in his van. Andy stops at an intersection, walks back to
admire the Impala, and then asks Dean if he can have it. Dean
immediately agrees, gets out, and Andy drives away while Dean wishes him
As Sam watches, Jennings gets a call on his cell phone. Sam runs into
the gun shop and sets off the security alarm, then slips back outside.
He sees a disappointed Jennings walk away and then notices Andy drive by
the Impala. Meanwhile, Jennings gets another call.
Dean explains that Andy used mind control on him. Sam looks up and sees
Jennings walk directly in front of a bus, where he's crushed to death.
As the EMTs take Jennings corpse away, Sam tells Dean that he thought he
had saved Jennings, but should have stayed with him.
Andy goes to the diner and tells Tracy that Jennings is dead. He says
that he was upset and wanted to see Tracy, and she says that she missed
him. Tracy then tells him that the Winchesters were looking for him.
Sam and Dean find the Impala and figure that Andy has to speak to his
victims. However, Dean isn't convinced that Andy is a killer. They find
his van and break in, and discover that he has the back set up as a
swinging bachelor's pad. Sam finds several philosophy books and wonders
what the motive was. As they watch for Andy, Sam insists that Dean is
guilty, but Dean doesn't think something is right. Andy spots them and
asks why they're following him. He commands them to tell the truth and
Sam is able to ignore the command, but Dean immediately tells Andy that
they hunt demons and Sam is a psychic, and he's scared of his brother's
abilities. Andy tells them to leave him alone and Dean has no choice but
to obey. Sam gets out and approaches Andy, explaining that he knows
what he's going through and Andy's power started a year ago when he was
23. He knows because they're connected, but Andy tells him to leave. Sam
persists, accusing Andy of murdering Jennings. As they talk, Sam gets
another vision of a woman at a gas station getting a phone call and then
calmly setting herself on fire.
Sam collapses from the power of his vision, and Dean asks him what
happened. A fire truck drives by and Dean follow sit while Sam stays
with Andy. At the station, Dean calls Sam and tells him that the woman
is dead. He points out that it just happened and Andy can't be
responsible. Sam and Andy talk, and Sam asks why Andy lives out of a
van. He explains that he has everything he needs already, and Sam
accepts that he's not a killer. Dean returns and tells them that the
victim was Holly Beckett, a single woman. Andy has no idea who she is,
but Dean check with Ash. According to him, Holly gave birth to a son on
the same day that Andy was born. They confirm that Andy was adopted, and
he says that he never knew his birth parents. The birth records are
sealed in the county office, so they go there and Andy persuades the
security guard to let them in. Sam goes over the files and confirms that
Holly was Andy's birth mother, and Jennings was the attending physician
who oversaw the adoption. However, Holly gave birth to twins. Andy went
to the Gallagher family, while his brother Anson went to the Weems
family upstate. He has a local address and Dean gets his photo from the
DMV. They realize that they know Weber.
At the diner, Weber asks Tracy how she feels about Andy. he forces her to tell the truth about whether they were serious.
As they drive to the diner, Andy explains that Weber just showed up and
forced himself into Andy's life to become his friend. Sam gets another
death vision of a sobbing Tracy getting out of a car and jumping off a
dam to her death. Dean pulls over and Sam tells him what he saw.
Weber drives a mind-controlled Tracy to the warehouse where he takes all
of his "dates." He tells her that Andy will be famous one day, and
Tracy can't have him.
The Winchesters drive to the dam with Andy, who insists on going with Sam to protect Tracy.
Weber forces Tracy to strip down to her slip, and then go to the edge of
the dam and step over the edge once they're done. However, Sam smashes
open the window and stuns Weber, ignoring his mind control abilities and
gagging him. Andy tries to attack his twin, and while Sam restrains
him, Weber mentally commands Tracy to knock Sam out with a branch. Andy
stops her, and Weber explains that with practice he's learned to command
minds without speaking. Andy grabs him, but Weber commands Tracy to go
to the edge of the dam. He insists that he's stronger than Andy, and
that Tracy has to die because she's coming between them. Weber wanted to
tell Andy, but the man with the yellow eyes came to him in his dreams
told him to wait, and that he has big plans for them both.
As they talk, Dean sneaks up nearby. Meanwhile, Weber explains that he
killed Jennings and Holly because they split them up, and he couldn't
let them get away with that. Dean draws a bead on him with a rifle, but
Weber senses him and forces him to put the gun to his head. There's a
gunshot... and Weber collapses, dead. Andy stares at him in horror,
having pulled the trigger.
The next morning, the EMTs take Weber's corpse away, and Andy convinces
the police that it was suicide. He glances at Tracy and then walks away,
and tells the Winchesters that he never used his mind powers on her
before, and now she's frightened of him. Sam says that they have to
leave, but gives him his cell number if he needs anything. As they
leave, Dean tells him to be good or they'll be back for him. As they go,
Sam notes that Andy is a killer after all, but Dean insists that Andy
is a hero. His brother objects, figuring that the Yellow-Eyed Demon is
manipulating all of them into murder. Dean tells him that they don't
know what the Yellow-Eyed Demon has in mind, and all they can do is find
it and kill it. As they get in the Impala, Ellen calls Dean. When he
learns what she has to say, he tells her that they'll be right there.
When the Winchesters arrive at the road house, Ellen sends Jo out and
asks what happened at the hunt. They tell her that it's a family thing,
but she informs them that Ash told her about the fire at Andy's house.
She figures the Yellow-Eyed Demon is involved, and tells them that it's
not just Winchester family business, but war. The only way they can
fight the Yellow-Eyed Demon is together, without secrets. Sam tells her
about the demon's "children," and they all have abilities. However, he
notes that Weber didn't have a house fire in his history, which means
there's no way to track all of them.
Edited by iluvvampires - 15 September 2013 at 9:15am