Supernatural (2005–…): Season 8, Episode 6 - Supernatural - full transcript

Sam and Dean team up with Garth, who has taken over Bobby's job, as they hunt down a Specter that's possessing innocent people who have a grudge against someone.

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GARTH: Hey. You Dean?
DEAN: Hey, Garth.

- Garth.
- Oh, Marmaduke. You're crazy.

He grows on you.

- What'd I miss?
- You're right. He has grown on me.

The nicest thing anyone's ever said
to me.

- I don't hunt anymore.
- You quit?

- Yeah.
- What could possibly...

...make you stop just like that?
Was there a girl?

SAM:
Yeah. Amelia.

- What about you?
- What about me?

I'm Benny.



I can see you two have a lot
to talk about.

MAN 1 [OVER RADIO]:
Now, what do you think the year is on that?

- So it's only the turn of the century.
MAN 2: Turn of the century, you'll have...

[INDISTINCT CHATTER OVER RADIO]

MAN 1:at the bottom of that.
MAN 2: Yeah, there's very little...

Hey, hon, just in time.

Grab me a cold one, would you?

Why don't you have Sara Alcott
get it for you?

What?

Aah! Oh, my God!

Mary, help.

Get the... Mary, what are you doing?
Mary, what are you doing?

Mary. Mary, help me.

Mary.



Mary!

No!

SAM:
Heads up.

I caught wind of a case
on this police scanner.

Sounds like our kind of thing.

I wasn't even gone 10 minutes.

Okay. That matters why?

How about because you haven't said
a word to me since Prentiss Island?

Now what? You want me
to shut up and ride shotgun...

...and act like nothing happened?

You wanna talk about Benny?

- Fine, let's talk.
SAM: Okay.

How about he's a vampire?

He's also the reason I'm topside,
not roasting in purgatory. Anything else?

Don't pretend I don't get it.
You had to do what you had to do.

I highly doubt you get anything
about purgatory.

But you're out now.
And Benny's still breathing.

Why?

He's my friend, Sam.

[CHUCKLES]

And what about my friend, Amy,
she was what?

You sure as hell
didn't have a problem ganking her.

Well, I guess people change,
don't they?

We let that werewolf Kate go,
didn't we?

She was different.
You think Benny's different?

Heh. He tell you he's not drinking live blood
or something?

[SCOFFS]

And you believe him. Wow.

Okay. No, you're right.

People do change.

Yeah. I got a vampire buddy
and you turn your phone off for a year.

Don't turn this on me.

Look. Benny slips up and some other
hunter turns his lights out, so be it.

But it's not gonna be you, right?

You coming or not?

So guy's old lady comes home
while he's working underneath his ride...

...puts pedal to the metal,
takes half his head off.

- And that's it?
- Yeah, in a nutshell.

She says she blacked out,
doesn't remember a damn thing.

- Well, that sounds like insanity.
- Maybe.

So how's that make this
our kind of thing?

Because, Sam,
Kevin's in the wind, okay?

You're sulking around like a eunuch
in a whorehouse...

...and I can't help but ask myself:
When is decapitation not my thing?

Whoa, whoa.

- FBI?
- Yeah.

Happened to be in the neighborhood.

- First a Texas Ranger, now you guys.
- Texas Ranger?

Yes, sir. Right over there.

You gotta be kidding me.

Hey, Chuck Norris.

- Sam? Dean?
- Shh.

[GARTH LAUGHING]

Forgot he was a hugger.

GARTH: Come here.
DEAN: All right. Okay.

Okay. We're still working here.

You guys have no idea
how much I missed you.

- Excuse us, would you?
- Yeah, we'll be right back.

A Texas Ranger, Garth? Seriously?
We're in Missouri.

What? Come on.

I look like a funeral director
in one of those.

Wow. I heard some chatter you two
were back in the batter's box...

...but I didn't believe it till now.

[KRISS KROSS' "JUMP"
PLAYING ON CELL PHONE]

Oh, uh, one sec.

Yo, Earl, what you got?

A Revenant.

Okay, uh, you'll need a casket
and some silver spikes.

Oh, and don't get bit.

No, it won't turn you, ha,
but it will hurt like hell.

So once you got all that,
nail that sucker in...

...bury him and throw away the key.
Okay?

All right, hasta.

What are you doing?

My job, hombre.

DEAN: Your job?
- Yeah.

And since when is you giving advice
your job?

Hold up.

- Are you the new Bobby?
- You shut your mouth.

- Yes.
- You shut your mouth.

What?

Bobby was gone, you two were MIA.

It was a weird time.

Somebody had to step in
and take up the slack.

All right. Let's just get back to work
and we'll talk about this later, all right?

Did Garth just tell us what to do?

Uh, Scott Lew,
these gentlemen here are with the FBI.

Mr. Lew's parents were the individuals
involved in this unfortunate situation.

- Sorry for your loss.
- Just a few questions, Mr. Lew.

By any chance, were your parents having
marital problems?

- No. No more than anyone else.
- Well, what about your mother's health?

Any chance this was a seizure, a stroke,
anything that might explain this?

I don't think so.

They're checking her out
at the hospital right now.

What about stranger behavior?

Stranger? How?

Hearing voices, seeing things.
Your mother mention anything like that?

[SCOFFS]

My parents were married for 30 years.
High school sweethearts.

There's no good explanation
for why this happened...

...no matter where you wanna look.

Okay. Well, thank you, Scott.

We'll be in touch.

No EMF.
No traces of sulfur anywhere.

Like I thought, bust.

Hold on there, Sam,
there's a lot of things to factor in here.

Uh, happened last night,
readings could be cold by now.

- Good point.
GARTH: And even if there was any sulfur...

...Barney Fife and crew probably
contaminated the crime scene...

...any evidence that was here with it.
- Wow, he's on a roll.

Yeah, that's one word for it.

Uh, guys, I think I found something.

Is that gum or is that ectoplasm?

Ectoplasm is usually black, right?

Mm.

Definitely ectoplasm.

So, what are we thinking?
Some kind of ghost, right?

[KOOL MOE DEE'S "WILD WILD WEST"
PLAYING ON CELL PHONE]

- Ranger McCrae.
- One of those things rings Hammer...

...I'm throwing down.
GARTH: Great.

Okay.

Okay.

Thanks, doc.
Asked the coroner to drop me a line...

...in case the autopsy turned up
anything unusual.

And guess what.

Dead guy had the word "Alcott"
carved into his chest.

- With what?
- Coroner's best guess:

His wife Mary's fingernails.

Mrs. Lew,
can you tell us what happened?

I was at the store getting groceries...

...and the next thing I know
my son Scott finds me in the driveway.

And Chester was...

Do you remember anything at all
about what happened, um...

...with Chester dying?

Not really.

Bits and pieces, I guess.

[CHUCKLES]

[GARTH COUGHS]

Such as?

I remember his screams.

The smell of burnt rubber and...

I remember feeling so angry.

Just uncontrollable rage.
Like, I wasn't myself.

And after it was over,
all that anger was just gone.

Uh, Ma'am, does the word "Alcott"
mean anything to you?

What does she have to do
with anything?

It's a she?

My husband Chester and I
were going steady in high school...

...for years already
when we had a big fight.

- What about?
- Something stupid, I'm sure.

It was around prom so he took
Sara Alcott as his date instead of me.

So this Sara Alcott was a rival
for your husband's affections?

Sara had one night with him.

Whereas I was with Chester
for 37 years.

Of course, right. Sure.

Just one more question.

Um, ahem...

Is Miss Alcott still alive?

As far as I know, yes.

Thank you very much, Mrs. Lew.

So let me get this straight. This poor guy
goes to prom with some girl...

...over 30 years ago, and because
of that he's now a pancake?

If this is a ghost,
maybe it's possession.

What? You heard her, Alcott's alive.

Well, we're definitely
gonna wanna talk to her.

Yeah, sounds like a plan.

Did we eat yet?

MAN 1:
Oh, yeah.

MAN 2: All right.
WAITRESS: There you go.

GARTH:
Mm. Thanks.

- Keep them coming.
WAITRESS: All right.

So, Dean, give me the skinny.
Where were you this past year?

Why don't we save what I did on
my summer vacation for another time?

Ah, come on.

DEAN:
All right.

I was in purgatory.

Like, uh, "purgatory" purgatory?

No. The one in Miami.

Man, that's balls.

That's not how you say balls.

So how'd you get out?

What's up
with all the hillbilly hankies?

These people know Civil War is over,
right?

That's a touchy subject
around these parts.

See, Missouri was a border state.

So half the men were Confederate,
the other half were the Union.

How do you know all this?

I went to college.

- You went to college?
GARTH: Yeah.

College, then on to dental school.

Wait. You were a dentist?

Yeah, just for like a hot minute.

Where do you think
I got my first case?

Let me guess.

Tooth fairy.

Yeah.

I mean,
I felt terrible when I ganked that SOB.

You killed the tooth fairy?

Yeah, man.

I mean, not my proudest moment,
but, heh, it happened.

Man, this is good.

[CELL PHONE RINGING]

Hey, hon. Just grabbing some joe
on the way to the hospital.

Gonna bring Mom her stuff.

Oh, crap, Jeff's here.

Don't worry, I'll be fine.

Okay.

Love you.

Hey, Scott, how's...?

Look, I heard about what happened
with your folks.

I'm really sorry. If there's anything,
I mean anything, that I can do...

...just ask, man, please.

How about getting me my money back,
Jeff?

[JEFF SCREAMING]

No, wait!

[SCOTT GRUNTING]

So first the Mom goes
Natural Born Killer, and now the son?

I mean, what do we got?
A ghost with an Oedipus complex?

I don't know what that means.

Check that out.

"Sussex."
What is that? Another name?

I don't know.
Hey. What'd the cops say?

Oh, come on.

Not much. Scott insisted
he wasn't in control of himself...

...says all he remembers
is a red-hot rage.

SAM:
So, what is this? Some kind of family curse?

Is that Bobby's hat?

Oh, yeah. Sure is.

We worked a Rugaru case together
a few years back.

He left it in my car.
So I kept it as a memento.

- What are you doing?
- It's not how you wear it.

Gentlemen, surveillance is up,
but something is all screwy with it.

Must be the camera.

Yeah. Thank you there, deputy.

- You see the head?
- Yeah.

- You ever seen anything like that before?
- Like that? No way.

- So?
- So...

So I'm thinking we need to talk
to Sara Alcott.

I found her. Although these days
she goes by Sara Brown.

I'll check her out, and you two see
what you can find out about Sussex.

- Word.
- Awesome.

Now, I know you didn't come
all this way for my sweet tea, agent.

Ha. No.

Actually, I'm here about Chester Lew.

Oh, yes.

- So sad.
SAM: It is.

Is it true you and Chester dated
a ways back?

Well, that is an odd question for the FBI,
isn't it?

[CHUCKLES]

You wouldn't believe
the questions I've had to ask people.

Yeah, ha, ha.

Well, ahem, yes.

Yes. Me and that old tomcat Chester,
we went to prom together.

That's about it.

And that's all?

Well, I wasn't exactly a good girl,
if that's what you mean.

Then after that,
I thought that Chester and I...

...were gonna be hot and heavy.
But it just wasn't meant to be.

And a week later he eloped with Mary.

Did you speak much
to Mary or Chester again after that?

Well, I'd see them about.
You know, picnics and such.

But Mary kept Chester
on a pretty short leash.

Honestly, I'd moved on,
but it seems she never did.

And why do you think that is?

Well, I guess in her mind,
I was a reminder of Chester's betrayal.

Huh.

So if that's all...

Yes.
Thank you very much for your help.

It's been a long time
since I let myself go like that.

Yeah, I know what you mean.

You asked me if I lost someone.

I did.

My husband.

He died in Afghanistan
eight months ago.

That must have been...

I can't imagine.

Yeah.

We were together forever.

Or at least it seemed that way.

And then one day Don just enlists.

Didn't ask me.

Just said something
about wanting to do the right thing.

The next thing I know
he's off overseas and I'm all alone.

I got a couple letters,
some phone calls...

...and then the knock at the door.

Just like that.

And everywhere I looked,
all I could see was judgment and pity...

...and just this constant reminder
of Don everywhere.

So I moved here...

...and became even more of a hot mess
than I already was.

And you hit a dog.

Easy there, flyweight.

Last time you drank a beer,
I had to pick you up off the floor.

[CHUCKLES]

You're such an idjit.

"Idjit's" supposed to be used angrily.

Okay? Not happy.

If you're gonna butcher it,
don't say it at all.

Whoa, then. Okay.

Look, none of my business...

...but this have anything to do
with you and Sam?

Yeah, you had it right.
It's none of your business.

Okay. Just seems that you guys
are a little tense around each other.

Ahem. We're fine.

Can we get back to work?

- Yeah.
DEAN: Okay.

All right.

Just letting you know
that I'm here for you, for anything.

I know sometimes Bobby, he would...

You're not Bobby.

Okay?

You're never gonna be Bobby.

So stop.

Bobby belonged to all of us, Dean,
not just you and Sam.

I'm just taking what he showed me and
trying do something with it. That's all.

See if you can find something...

...in that bourbon-drenched book of his
so we can get the hell out of Dixie.

Yeah. I'm on it.

Hey.

Sussex is not a who, it's a what.

A business that went belly up
about a year ago. Look.

- So the guy that Scott brained?
- Mm-hm.

His old business partner.

Ran the company into the ground.

So Scott had a beef with Jeff.

Looks like.

[CELL PHONE RINGS]

Hey, you're on speaker.

Sara Alcott's clean.
If you look past the fact...

...that she and Chester knocked boots
on prom night.

Okay, so Mary has a grudge
against Sara...

...and Scott has a grudge
against Jeff.

Besides this making my head hurt,
how does this add up to a ghost?

Guys. Bobby has it right here.

Green goo equals a Spectre.

- Which equals ghost, right?
GARTH: Yeah, kind of.

A Spectre is an avenging ghost.

It possesses you and finds out
whatever betrayals you're feeling...

...forces you to act on them.

Bobby say anything in there
about how we hunt these things?

The last Spectre he encountered
rose shortly...

...after someone desecrated
a nearby grave.

Which...

There was a grave
desecrated locally three days ago.

Says here...

Oh.

This could get awkward.

What?

- The Unknown Soldier? You kidding me?
- Mary Lew steamrolled her husband...

...the day after this place
was vandalized. Do the math.

The Unknown Soldier
was buried in Arlington.

This is the Confederate Tomb
of the Unknown Soldier.

See, the idea was they took a faceless,
nameless soldier they couldn't identify...

...and buried him here to commemorate
all the soldiers who died.

- What, did you learn that in college?
- No. Civil war reenactments.

Once a year, every year.

Don't hate.

Okay. What about the guard?

Oh, he's ceremonial. Gone by dusk.

- So then we do this tonight?
- Yeah.

Burn a Confederate soldier's bones
in a town full of rednecks? Sure.

Place doesn't look disturbed to me.

What's the police report say?

They think it was just kids
messing around.

They found some beer cans,
some graffiti.

Casket was open when they got here,
but they closed that back up.

Not before Casper
had a chance to make a run for it.

SAM: What, if they never touched this,
none of this would be happening?

Yeah, according to Bobby.

All right,
well, let's get this party started.

DEAN:
Sammy, you wanna give me a hand?

And go.

[ALL GRUNTING]

GARTH:
Whoa.

Check out this hardware. Do you guys
know how much this is worth?

Yeah, but why open it up
if you're not gonna take anything?

SAM:
I don't know.

Maybe the cops showed up
and they had to split fast.

- Sure this'll work, even on a Spectre?
- It's a ghost, isn't it?

Burn its bones, ghost disappears.

- All right.
- All right, all right.

I feel like we should say something,
all right? Don't you?

Just a little...

Sure.

We won.

SHERIFF:
Write that up for me, would you, Doug?

SCOTT:
Help!

Please!

Hey, you okay?

Need my asthma inhaler
from evidence.

Please.

Why don't you write your own report,
sheriff?

[SHERIFF SCREAMS]

MAN 1:
All right, we're set.

- Let's go.
- Yeah.

Ten bones says Deputy Doug
had an ax to grind with his boss.

How can you be so sure?

- What the hell?
- Maybe we torched the wrong redneck.

Or maybe not. Maybe an object
was removed from the grave.

Something the Spectre's
attaching itself to.

Like Bobby's flask?

I don't know. You saw what I saw.
Those kids didn't take anything.

- Or they did.
- And the Spectre hitched a ride with it.

And whoever has the object
gets possessed.

Okay. So who's got the object?

And, more importantly,
who do they got a grudge against?

SAM:
All right. We need you to focus, deputy.

Other lives depend on it.

Tell me what happened
after you shot the sheriff.

I was on the ground.

I think Karl tackled me,
and I asked him what happened.

And?

He didn't answer me.

He just took my gun
and walked away.

Did he say where he was going?

I guess I must have hurt him too.
He said he was going to the hospital.

You two find out what you can about
the Unknown Soldier, I got the hospital.

Hey, Sam. If you ever need to talk,
I just wanna let you know that I'm here.

About anything.
You know, life, uh, Dean, you.

I'm okay, thanks.

It seems like you and Dean are talking,
but nobody's listening to each other.

I had this cousin once,
well, he's gone now...

...but his name's Frank.

Frank and I...

Hey.

Hey. Just lock up when you leave.

I'm late.

Wait. What?

I just think it's better
if neither of us get the wrong idea here.

- Okay.
- I know I said a lot of things last night...

...and I know I can't ask you
to forget them, but just do.

Why?

Because I don't need your pity.

I don't need you looking at me
the way they all... Like that.

Wait.

You think this is pity?

Amelia.
I'm glad you told me about Don.

It helps me understand.

How messed up I am?
You think I don't know that?

- Don't feel sorry for me, Sam.
- I didn't mean it like that.

Yeah, well, like I said, I'm late. So...

Hey, you coming?

You do know there is a good reason
he's called the Unknown Soldier, right?

We were hoping maybe a theory or two
had been floated around over the years.

Something local, maybe?

There is one.

[LAUGHING THEN SCREAMING]

Hey, ump.

You remember me? I stole second?

Karl? What the hell are you doing?
Why are you doing...?

Why am I gonna make mustard
from your brain stem? I don't know.

Why did you call me out, ump?

I'm sorry.

[CLICKS]

DEAN:
Looks like you're shooting blanks.

KARL:
Hey, that tickled.

Corporal Collins of the Union
shot and killed his brother, Vance...

...who fought for the Confederacy.
Local boys.

So two brothers fought
on opposite sides of the Civil War?

Legend has it that Vance
swore vengeance on his brother...

...with his dying breath.

Years later, consumed by guilt,
the corporal dug his brother up...

...where he'd buried him
on the battlefield, brought him home.

Are you suggesting this Vance guy
is the Unknown Soldier?

That's one theory, anyway.

What's that?

Karl, listen. I know the Spectre's turning
the temperature up in there.

So just tell me what the object is
and we'll send this joker home.

KARL:
I don't think so.

There's unfinished business,
thanks to you.

[KARL SNIFFS]

Oh, the Spectre likes you.

Yeah? Why don't you tell him
to come on out here?

We'll make promise bracelets.

[LAUGHS]

Most of the soldiers
were poor farmers.

So the families would give them
a penny on a string.

It was for good luck.

And in case they ever got lost, they
always had a penny for food or drink.

A penny.

Here. Have a taste.

DEAN [ON MACHINE]:
It's me. Do what you gotta.

Dean. Hey. There was a string
on the floor of the tomb.

It used to hold an old penny.
That's the object.

We're coming right now.

[CELL PHONE RINGING]

Dean? What the hell, man?

We went to the hospital, you...
You're not answering your phone.

You should have looked for me
when I was in purgatory.

Come on, Dean. I know
it's not you in there pulling the strings.

Shut up.

Don't.

You never even wanted this life.

Always blamed me
for pulling you back into it.

That's not true.

Really? Everything you've ever done
since you climbed into my ride...

...has been to deceive me.

What do you want me to say?

That I've made mistakes?

I've made mistakes, Dean.

That's not Dean, Sam.

Shut up!

Mistakes?

[CHUCKLES]

Well, let's go through
some of Sammy's greatest hits.

Drinking demon blood, check.

Being in cahoots with Ruby.

Not telling me that you lost your soul.

Or how about running around
with Samuel for a whole year...

...letting me think you were dead
while you were doing all kinds of crazy.

Those aren't mistakes, Sam,
those are choices.

All right, you said it. We've both played
a little fast and loose.

Yeah, I might've lied,
but I never once betrayed you.

I never once left you to die.

And for what? A girl?

You left me to die for a girl?

GARTH:
Oh.

- Garth, don't.
- No. He won't kill me.

His beef isn't with me. You're not
gonna shoot me. Are you, Dean?

Move.

GARTH:
Come on, Dean.

You do not wanna kill your brother.

You've been protecting him
your whole life. Don't stop now.

He left me to rot in purgatory.

All right, maybe he did.
I don't know, I wasn't there.

- I'm sure he had his reasons.
- Like you had your reasons.

For Benny.

- Who?
DEAN: Benny's been more of a brother to me...

...this past year
than you've ever been.

That's right.

Cass let me down, you let me down.

The only person
that hasn't let me down is Benny.

I know you're angry...

...but, man, you gotta fight this thing.
Do not do this.

Just let it go.

Come on, Dean.

Goodbye, Sam.

Ow! God.

Garth, don't!

It's cool.

It's all good. I'm cool.

GARTH: It took me forever to melt that penny
but it's finally gone.

How come it didn't jack you
like everyone else?

I can understand why it didn't affect
the kid who took it.

He's young and innocent.

Everyone, at some point,
feels they've been screwed.

Not me, man. I let all that stuff go
with the help of my yogi...

...my "Sega Genesis."

And you should too.

You can't change the past, amigo.

Now, there's something
I wanna say to you.

Stop being a idjit!

With Bobby dead,
you and Sam are all each other has.

And that's not so bad, man.

Now, you know what's coming next,
right?

- Come on.
- Yeah.

Come on.

DEAN:
Yeah. Okay.

Hey, ah...

Keep on trucking, Garth.

Thanks.

Gotta go.

[MC HAMMER'S "U CAN'T TOUCH THIS"
PLAYING ON CELL PHONE]

Yo, Lamar. What do we got?

Wendigo?

You got a flare gun?

No?

What about a flamethrower?

[GARTH LAUGHING]

Then you better get some sneakers
because you're gonna have to run.

All right.

[ENGINE STALLING]

Balls!

[ENGINE REVVING]

[KNOCKING ON DOOR]

Sam. I can't...

I don't pity you. Okay?

I don't.

You and I, we're a lot of things,
but we're not to be pitied.

Look, I lost my brother, Dean,
a few months ago.

It felt like my world imploded
and came raining down on me...

...and I ran.

Just like you.

Is that supposed to be a pep talk?

Yeah. I... Sort of.

Because, see, now I pity you.

Oh, look, I mean,
that wasn't really my point.

Yeah, well, bell's rung on that one,
so...

So, uh...

So, what now?

I don't know.
You wanna talk about it?

Last night?

No, Dean, you pervert.

Yeah. Yeah, I'd like that.

Do you wanna talk about Don?

Hey. I'd like that too.

[KNOCKING ON DOOR]

DEAN:
Sammy.

SAM:
For the record?

The girl?

Her name is Amelia.

Amelia Richardson.

She and I had a place together
in Kermit, Texas.

I don't even remember
what I said, but...

But what? You didn't mean it?

Please. You and I know you didn't need
that penny to say those things.

- Come on, Sam.
SAM: Own up to your crap, Dean.

I told you from the jump
where I was coming from.

Why I didn't look for you. But you?

You had secrets. You had Benny.

You got on your high and mighty and
been kicking me ever since you got back.

But that's over.

So move on or I will.

Okay.

I hear you.

Good.

You know what? Hear this too.

I just might be that hunter that runs
into Benny one day and ices him.

Well, I guess we'll cross that bridge
when we come to it, won't we?

Yeah.

Yeah, you keep saying that.

[English - US - SDH]