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Oops, Dean kept a secret from Sam. This is not good.
This Thursday Supernatural, Winchester gets a call from Caitlin, the sister of an old friend named Travis, who recently killed himself in a motel room. When Dean and Sam arrive for the funeral, Caitlin tells them that it already happened last week. The only way she could make sure they would come was to lie. She reveals that the monster they hunted as a child has returned and that she feels like she killed Travis.
In flashbacks to 1993, we find the young Dean and Sam at a motel where John leaves them while hunting. Dean mocks Sam’s college guide book (“It’s The cleaning lady bonds with her daughter Caitlin, who impresses with her car knowledge (“Who’s your dad? Knight Rider?” She makes snacks).
When little Travis is attacked by a witch woman in a vending machine, Dean goes into hunter mode. As he tracks the witch’s nest, she returns to Travis and Sam Motel. Luckily, Dean arrives just in time to cut her fingers. Thinking the job is done, Dean gives Caitlin his number when he needs it, but she thinks she never needs to use it. When John picks them up, Dean tries to make corrections with Sam to his college comment, “We make a good team, right?”
But for now, the worst is not over: Baba Yaga, as Sam recognizes her, appears to Dean in his childhood form and says, “You know what to do. You failed. “Dean was about to cut himself when Sam came to stop him. Sam said it was okay.After all, he was just a kid, and they kept a lot of secrets from each other. Oh, Sami.
Caitlin feels that Dean has changed since his young age. When you grow up, she says, “You tell the truth more because you know that lies don’t improve anything.” So after Dean kills Baba Yaga this time by destroying her ring, the source of her power, he finally tells Sam about the need for Jack to die to defeat Chuck. He also shared what Billy said about Chuck destroying other worlds and now being go-time.
“I thought it was past things like that ?!” An angry Sam is shocked. With Sam’s second and h and moral questions about Amara, Dean reasons he couldn’t handle the truth about Jack. If they want to get rid of Chuck, they have no choice. As he told Billy, “I want him to die. I don’t have to like every part of the plan. ”
Dean tries to apologize for lying, but Sam pleads, “Just drive.”
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