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Neil’s House
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In the kitchen, Angela is sitting at the table upset and in tears. Neil opens up a couple of bottles to try and cheer her up. She responds simply with an “I’m all right”. They’re interrupted by pounding at the front door. It’s Angela’s boyfriend Matt, who barges into the house demanding to talk to Angela, only to find out that Angela has left the house.
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In the kitchen of Neil’s House, Angela is sitting at the table upset and in tears. Neil opens up a couple of bottles to try and cheer her up. She responds simply with an “I’m all right." They’re interrupted by pounding at the front door. It’s Angela’s boyfriend Matt, who barges into the house demanding to talk to Angela, only to find out that Angela has left the house.
   
 
Angela’s driving down the road heartbroken, unable to concentrate on driving. Her cell phone rings. It’s Matt trying to apologize, causing her to take her eyes completely off the road, driving off the road slamming into a rock-solid wall, glass shattering in every which direction. Zooming back in on the car we see Angela dead with her head laying on the steering wheel and blood flowing out of her mouth, dripping onto her phone, as Matt still on the line cries out, “ANGELA, ANGELA!!”
 
Angela’s driving down the road heartbroken, unable to concentrate on driving. Her cell phone rings. It’s Matt trying to apologize, causing her to take her eyes completely off the road, driving off the road slamming into a rock-solid wall, glass shattering in every which direction. Zooming back in on the car we see Angela dead with her head laying on the steering wheel and blood flowing out of her mouth, dripping onto her phone, as Matt still on the line cries out, “ANGELA, ANGELA!!”
   
On The Road
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On The Road Sam and Dean are driving out to visit their mother’s grave because Sam wants to pay his respects. Dean thinks it’s an irrational thing to do because there were no bones to bury after the fire. All that’s there is a headstone planted by their uncle. Dean shrugs it off and says that they should pass by the roadhouse and continue their hunt for the demon.
Sam and Dean are driving out to visit their mother’s grave because Sam wants to pay his respects. Dean thinks it’s an irrational thing to do because there were no bones to bury after the fire. All that’s there is a headstone planted by their uncle. Dean shrugs it off and says that they should pass by the roadhouse and continue their hunt for the demon.
 
   
Cemetery
 
 
Despite how Dean feels, the boys visit the cemetery. Kneeling beside their mom’s grave, Sam digs a tiny hole and places two silver dog tags inside, that he feels their dad would’ve have wanted her to have. He then in a shallow tone, replies, “I love you mom”. Meanwhile Dean’s pacing around the cemetery, not coming within a hundred yards of their mom’s grave. He notices a tree off to the side that appears to be dying. The tree is inside an area of dead grass that’s been cut into a perfect circle. Looking down at the grave beside the tree, he notices a bunch of dead flowers (signs of unholy ground).
 
Despite how Dean feels, the boys visit the cemetery. Kneeling beside their mom’s grave, Sam digs a tiny hole and places two silver dog tags inside, that he feels their dad would’ve have wanted her to have. He then in a shallow tone, replies, “I love you mom”. Meanwhile Dean’s pacing around the cemetery, not coming within a hundred yards of their mom’s grave. He notices a tree off to the side that appears to be dying. The tree is inside an area of dead grass that’s been cut into a perfect circle. Looking down at the grave beside the tree, he notices a bunch of dead flowers (signs of unholy ground).
   
 
Talking to the undertaker at the cemetery, he finds out that the grave belongs to Angela Mason, a student at the local college, who’s funeral was three days ago. Inquiring about the patch of grass, the undertaker says that no one can explain how it happened. Dean insists that they investigate this case. However, Sam finds it weird that Dean would stumble on a hunt like this, especially here of all places. He agrees to go with Dean to talk to Angela’s father, who’s a professor at the college.
 
Talking to the undertaker at the cemetery, he finds out that the grave belongs to Angela Mason, a student at the local college, who’s funeral was three days ago. Inquiring about the patch of grass, the undertaker says that no one can explain how it happened. Dean insists that they investigate this case. However, Sam finds it weird that Dean would stumble on a hunt like this, especially here of all places. He agrees to go with Dean to talk to Angela’s father, who’s a professor at the college.
   
Dr. Mason’s Office
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In Dr. Mason’s Office Sam and Dean approach Dr. Mason, claiming to be friends of Angela’s, who have come to offer their condolences. They don’t gain much information from him, but Dean notices a weird book on ancient Greek mythology. When Dean questions Dr. Mason about the book, he tells Dean that he uses the book to teach a course.
Sam and Dean approach Dr. Mason, claiming to be friends of Angela’s, who have come to offer their condolences. They don’t gain much information from him, but Dean notices a weird book on ancient Greek mythology. When Dean questions Dr. Mason about the book, he tells Dean that he uses the book to teach a course.
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Looking through their dad’s journal back in the motel, Dean is positive that there’s something going on, that they just haven’t found it yet because something turned that grass into unholy ground. Sam bravely confronts Dean, saying that he thinks Dean is imagining a hunt so that he doesn’t have to think about their mom or dad. With his blood pressure rising, Dean grabs his jacket and keys and storms out of the room.
   
Motel
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In Matt’s apartment
Looking through their dad’s journal, Dean is positive that there’s something going on, that they just haven’t found it yet because something turned that grass into unholy ground. Sam bravely confronts Dean, saying that he thinks Dena is imagining a hunt so that he doesn’t have to think about their mom or dad. With his blood pressure rising, Dean grabs his jacket and keys and storms out of the room.
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a broken up Matt is lying on the couch, watching old videos of him and Angela. He gets up to grab a beer. Camera zooms in on the plant on the coffee table that suddenly withers and dies. Matt sits back down on the couch and pauses the video on a close-up shot of Angela. Looking into the TV, he sees a white reflection of Angela in back of him. He turns around screaming for help and blood spews on the TV.
   
Matt’s Apartment
 
A broken up Matt is lying on the couch, watching old videos of him and Angela. He gets up to grab a beer. Camera zooms in on the plant on the coffee table that suddenly withers and dies. Matt sits back down on the couch and pauses the video on a close-up shot of Angela. Looking into the TV, he sees a white reflection of Angela in back of him. He turns around screaming for help and blood spews on the TV.
 
   
Angela’s House
 
 
Dean breaks into Angela’s house in search for additional leads. He encounters Angela’s roommate at her house and sits down to talk with her. She tells Dean that Angela and Matt were a happy couple and there was no reason for the two of them to break-up. Now, Matt is dead too. He commited suicide the previous evening, apparently.
 
Dean breaks into Angela’s house in search for additional leads. He encounters Angela’s roommate at her house and sits down to talk with her. She tells Dean that Angela and Matt were a happy couple and there was no reason for the two of them to break-up. Now, Matt is dead too. He commited suicide the previous evening, apparently.
   
Motel
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In the motel
 
Dean walks in on Sam watching Latino Porn on the SKIN channel, quickly shutting off the TV. Dean tells Sam that Matt cut his own throat last night and that he’d been seeing Angela everywhere he went before he died. He checked out Matt’s apartment only to find a bunch of dead plants, just like at the cemetery and a dead goldfish on top of that. The only other clue he has is Angela’s diary, which he stole from her house. The boys decide to talk to more of Angela’s friends to find out what life was like between her and Matt.
 
Dean walks in on Sam watching Latino Porn on the SKIN channel, quickly shutting off the TV. Dean tells Sam that Matt cut his own throat last night and that he’d been seeing Angela everywhere he went before he died. He checked out Matt’s apartment only to find a bunch of dead plants, just like at the cemetery and a dead goldfish on top of that. The only other clue he has is Angela’s diary, which he stole from her house. The boys decide to talk to more of Angela’s friends to find out what life was like between her and Matt.
   
Neil’s House
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Later in Neil’s house
 
Sam and Dean pose as grief counselors from the college. Neil refuses to talk, but tells them that Matt’s death did not occur out of grief, but out of guilt. Angela walked in on Matt having sex with another girl.
 
Sam and Dean pose as grief counselors from the college. Neil refuses to talk, but tells them that Matt’s death did not occur out of grief, but out of guilt. Angela walked in on Matt having sex with another girl.
   
Cemetery
 
 
The boys go to the cemetery to burn Angela’s remains and put her spirit at rest. They dig up her grave only to discover an empty casket. However, they notices a symbol carved on the inside. Dean recognizes it, saying he’s seen these symbols before.
 
The boys go to the cemetery to burn Angela’s remains and put her spirit at rest. They dig up her grave only to discover an empty casket. However, they notices a symbol carved on the inside. Dean recognizes it, saying he’s seen these symbols before.
   
Dr. Mason’s House
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In Dr. Mason’s house Sam and Dean visit Angela’s dad questioning him about the symbol. Dean’s boiling mad. Dr. Mason states that these symbols are part of a demonic ritual used for necromancy. Greeks use these symbols for communicating with the dead, even bringing corpses back to life, full zombie action. He accuses Dr. Mason of using this ritual to bring Angela back to life and threatens him saying, “WHAT’S DEAD SHOULD STAY DEAD!” He demands to know where he’s hiding Angela. Dr. Mason runs to call the cops and Sam points out to Dean that Angela is not there because the plants in the house are healthy. Dean storms out of the house with Sam following behind.
Sam and Dean visit Angela’s dad questioning him about the symbol. Dean’s boiling mad. Dr. Mason states that these symbols are part of a demonic ritual used for necromancy. Greeks use these symbols for communicating with the dead, even bringing corpses back to life, full zombie action. He accuses Dr. Mason of using this ritual to bring Angela back to life and threatens him saying, “WHAT’S DEAD SHOULD STAY DEAD!” He demands to know where he’s hiding Angela. Dr. Mason runs to call the cops and Sam points out to Dean that Angela is not there because the plants in the house are healthy. Dean storms out of the house with Sam following behind.
 
   
 
Outside
 
Outside
 
Sam once again confronts Dean about the way he’s been acting, trying to find out what the hells is wrong with him. “Dean I don’t scare easy, but man you’re scaring the crap outta me.” Dean refuses to talk about it, saying that he can take care of himself. He admits that he’s being an ass, but that they’ve got more important things to worry about. They’ve got a zombie on their hands and they need to figure out how to kill it.
 
Sam once again confronts Dean about the way he’s been acting, trying to find out what the hells is wrong with him. “Dean I don’t scare easy, but man you’re scaring the crap outta me.” Dean refuses to talk about it, saying that he can take care of himself. He admits that he’s being an ass, but that they’ve got more important things to worry about. They’ve got a zombie on their hands and they need to figure out how to kill it.
   
Motel
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In the motel
The boys are trying to figure out a way to kill Angela. But Sam says that it’s impossible because there are hundreds of methods on how to kill the walking dead. They have no idea what’s true and what’s not. Although there’s nothing in common amongst all the methods, a few of them say silver might work. Sam says they need to find the person who brought Angela back to life. Dean believes that Neil’s responsible. According to her diary, Angela wrote, “Neil’s a real shoulder to cry on. He so understands what I’m going through with Matt.” Dean also mentions that Neil is Dr. Mason’s TA and has access to all the same books.
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the boys are trying to figure out a way to kill Angela, but Sam says that it’s impossible because there are hundreds of methods on how to kill the walking dead. They have no idea what’s true and what’s not. Although there’s nothing in common amongst all the methods, a few of them say silver might work. Sam says they need to find the person who brought Angela back to life. Dean believes that Neil’s responsible. According to her diary, Angela wrote, “Neil’s a real shoulder to cry on. He so understands what I’m going through with Matt.” Dean also mentions that Neil is Dr. Mason’s TA and has access to all the same books.
   
Neil’s House
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Back in Neil’s house, it appears to be empty, but the boys take no chances carrying 9mm’s. The check the basement and realize that Angela has left and that she might be out to kill someone. Dean think if anyone, Angela would want to kill her roommate Lindsey because she might’ve been the one who got it on with Matt. Lindsey was really torn up over Matt’s death.
The house appears to be empty, but the boys take no chances carrying 9mm’s. The check the basement and realize that Angela has left and that she might be out to kill someone. Dean think if anyone, Angela would want to kill her roommate Lindsey because she might’ve been the one who got it on with Matt. Lindsey was really torn up over Matt’s death.
 
   
Lindsey’s House
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In Lindsey’s House
Lindsey is looking at a photo of her and Matt. She hears a noise at the front door. Angela comes in attacking Lindsey with a scissors. She takes two swings at her and misses both times. Lindsey kicks Angela to the ground causing the scissors to stab right through her breast. Lindsey’s in shock as she turns Angela face up realizing what she’s done. Angela’s eyes pop wide open, grabbing Lindsey by the throat with abundant force and pulling the scissors out of her breast. At that moment, Sam and Dean burst into the room firing three bullets into the back of Angela’s head and one into her chest. She manages to escape out the window. “Man, that damn chick can run.”
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Lindsey is looking at a photo of her and Matt. She hears a noise at the front door. Angela comes in attacking Lindsey with a scissors. She takes two swings at her and misses both times. Lindsey kicks Angela to the ground causing the scissors to stab right through her breast. Lindsey’s in shock as she turns Angela face up realizing what she’s done. Angela’s eyes pop wide open, grabbing Lindsey by the throat with abundant force and pulling the scissors out of her breast. At that moment, Sam and Dean burst into the room firing three bullets into the back of Angela’s head and one into her chest. She manages to escape out the window. “Dann, that dead chick can run.”
   
College
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Back at the college
Sam and Dean come storming into the room, tolerating no more of Neil’s crap. They demand to know where he’s keeping Angela. “WHAT’S DEAD SHOULD STAY DEAD!” Sam and Dean tell Neil that they’ve got to perform another ritual, nailing Angela back into her grave bed. Looking at the dead plants on the desk, Dean realizes that Angel’s in the room and advises Neil to get out as quickly as possibly and not to make her mad. Sam and Dean exit the room
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Sam and Dean come storming into the room, tolerating no more of Neil’s crap. They demand to know where he’s keeping Angela. “WHAT’S DEAD SHOULD STAY DEAD!” Sam and Dean tell Neil that they’ve got to perform another ritual, nailing Angela back into her grave bed. Looking at the dead plants on the desk, Dean realizes that Angela’s in the room and advises Neil to get out as quickly as possibly and not to make her mad. Sam and Dean exit the room
   
 
When Angela comes out of the closet and shows Neil the wounds on her body, he finally realizes that havoc she’s wreaked on Matt and Lindsey. Angela wants Neil to take her to the cemetery and together kill Sam and Dean so that they can live a life of happiness together. Neil runs out of the room to get the car. It doesn’t take long for Angela to figure out that Neil’s leaving her behind. Angela catches up to him at his car, and breaks Neil's neck, killing him.
 
When Angela comes out of the closet and shows Neil the wounds on her body, he finally realizes that havoc she’s wreaked on Matt and Lindsey. Angela wants Neil to take her to the cemetery and together kill Sam and Dean so that they can live a life of happiness together. Neil runs out of the room to get the car. It doesn’t take long for Angela to figure out that Neil’s leaving her behind. Angela catches up to him at his car, and breaks Neil's neck, killing him.
   
Cemetery
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In the cemetery
 
Sam and Dean light candles surrounding her grave bed, waiting for her to arrive. They decide to use Sam as bait to lure her back into her grave. Angela sneaks up behind Sam. Hearing her Sam turns around and fires a direct shot into her forehead. A now extremely pissed off spirit, Angela sprints after Sam trampling him over injuring his hand severely. Dean right behind Sam, fires shots into her chest causing her to fall directly into her grave bed. Dean makes one final stab into her chest with a long metal stake and says once again, “WHAT’S DEAD SHOULD STAY DEAD!”
 
Sam and Dean light candles surrounding her grave bed, waiting for her to arrive. They decide to use Sam as bait to lure her back into her grave. Angela sneaks up behind Sam. Hearing her Sam turns around and fires a direct shot into her forehead. A now extremely pissed off spirit, Angela sprints after Sam trampling him over injuring his hand severely. Dean right behind Sam, fires shots into her chest causing her to fall directly into her grave bed. Dean makes one final stab into her chest with a long metal stake and says once again, “WHAT’S DEAD SHOULD STAY DEAD!”
   
 
Now morning, Sam and Dean just finish reburying Angela’s corpse. As they head back to the Impala, Dean glances for a second at their mom’s grave.
 
Now morning, Sam and Dean just finish reburying Angela’s corpse. As they head back to the Impala, Dean glances for a second at their mom’s grave.
   
On The Road
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On the road
 
Dean unexpectedly pulls off to the side of the road, gets out of the car and sits on the hood. For the first time, he opens up to Sam and tells him what he’s feeling. We actually see Dean shed tears for the first time in the show. He tells Sam he believes he should have died at the hospital after the crash, and that John somehow changed places to bring him back. “So tell me, what could you possible say to make that all right?”
 
Dean unexpectedly pulls off to the side of the road, gets out of the car and sits on the hood. For the first time, he opens up to Sam and tells him what he’s feeling. We actually see Dean shed tears for the first time in the show. He tells Sam he believes he should have died at the hospital after the crash, and that John somehow changed places to bring him back. “So tell me, what could you possible say to make that all right?”
   

Revision as of 06:36, July 15, 2010


Summary

When the Winchester brothers visit a cemetery to pay their respects to their murdered mother, they find a nearby grave with an eerie power to kill all the life around it.

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Full Synopsis


In the kitchen of Neil’s House, Angela is sitting at the table upset and in tears. Neil opens up a couple of bottles to try and cheer her up. She responds simply with an “I’m all right." They’re interrupted by pounding at the front door. It’s Angela’s boyfriend Matt, who barges into the house demanding to talk to Angela, only to find out that Angela has left the house.

Angela’s driving down the road heartbroken, unable to concentrate on driving. Her cell phone rings. It’s Matt trying to apologize, causing her to take her eyes completely off the road, driving off the road slamming into a rock-solid wall, glass shattering in every which direction. Zooming back in on the car we see Angela dead with her head laying on the steering wheel and blood flowing out of her mouth, dripping onto her phone, as Matt still on the line cries out, “ANGELA, ANGELA!!”

On The Road Sam and Dean are driving out to visit their mother’s grave because Sam wants to pay his respects. Dean thinks it’s an irrational thing to do because there were no bones to bury after the fire. All that’s there is a headstone planted by their uncle. Dean shrugs it off and says that they should pass by the roadhouse and continue their hunt for the demon.

Despite how Dean feels, the boys visit the cemetery. Kneeling beside their mom’s grave, Sam digs a tiny hole and places two silver dog tags inside, that he feels their dad would’ve have wanted her to have. He then in a shallow tone, replies, “I love you mom”. Meanwhile Dean’s pacing around the cemetery, not coming within a hundred yards of their mom’s grave. He notices a tree off to the side that appears to be dying. The tree is inside an area of dead grass that’s been cut into a perfect circle. Looking down at the grave beside the tree, he notices a bunch of dead flowers (signs of unholy ground).

Talking to the undertaker at the cemetery, he finds out that the grave belongs to Angela Mason, a student at the local college, who’s funeral was three days ago. Inquiring about the patch of grass, the undertaker says that no one can explain how it happened. Dean insists that they investigate this case. However, Sam finds it weird that Dean would stumble on a hunt like this, especially here of all places. He agrees to go with Dean to talk to Angela’s father, who’s a professor at the college.

In Dr. Mason’s Office Sam and Dean approach Dr. Mason, claiming to be friends of Angela’s, who have come to offer their condolences. They don’t gain much information from him, but Dean notices a weird book on ancient Greek mythology. When Dean questions Dr. Mason about the book, he tells Dean that he uses the book to teach a course.


Looking through their dad’s journal back in the motel, Dean is positive that there’s something going on, that they just haven’t found it yet because something turned that grass into unholy ground. Sam bravely confronts Dean, saying that he thinks Dean is imagining a hunt so that he doesn’t have to think about their mom or dad. With his blood pressure rising, Dean grabs his jacket and keys and storms out of the room.

In Matt’s apartment a broken up Matt is lying on the couch, watching old videos of him and Angela. He gets up to grab a beer. Camera zooms in on the plant on the coffee table that suddenly withers and dies. Matt sits back down on the couch and pauses the video on a close-up shot of Angela. Looking into the TV, he sees a white reflection of Angela in back of him. He turns around screaming for help and blood spews on the TV.


Dean breaks into Angela’s house in search for additional leads. He encounters Angela’s roommate at her house and sits down to talk with her. She tells Dean that Angela and Matt were a happy couple and there was no reason for the two of them to break-up. Now, Matt is dead too. He commited suicide the previous evening, apparently.

In the motel Dean walks in on Sam watching Latino Porn on the SKIN channel, quickly shutting off the TV. Dean tells Sam that Matt cut his own throat last night and that he’d been seeing Angela everywhere he went before he died. He checked out Matt’s apartment only to find a bunch of dead plants, just like at the cemetery and a dead goldfish on top of that. The only other clue he has is Angela’s diary, which he stole from her house. The boys decide to talk to more of Angela’s friends to find out what life was like between her and Matt.

Later in Neil’s house Sam and Dean pose as grief counselors from the college. Neil refuses to talk, but tells them that Matt’s death did not occur out of grief, but out of guilt. Angela walked in on Matt having sex with another girl.

The boys go to the cemetery to burn Angela’s remains and put her spirit at rest. They dig up her grave only to discover an empty casket. However, they notices a symbol carved on the inside. Dean recognizes it, saying he’s seen these symbols before.

In Dr. Mason’s house Sam and Dean visit Angela’s dad questioning him about the symbol. Dean’s boiling mad. Dr. Mason states that these symbols are part of a demonic ritual used for necromancy. Greeks use these symbols for communicating with the dead, even bringing corpses back to life, full zombie action. He accuses Dr. Mason of using this ritual to bring Angela back to life and threatens him saying, “WHAT’S DEAD SHOULD STAY DEAD!” He demands to know where he’s hiding Angela. Dr. Mason runs to call the cops and Sam points out to Dean that Angela is not there because the plants in the house are healthy. Dean storms out of the house with Sam following behind.

Outside Sam once again confronts Dean about the way he’s been acting, trying to find out what the hells is wrong with him. “Dean I don’t scare easy, but man you’re scaring the crap outta me.” Dean refuses to talk about it, saying that he can take care of himself. He admits that he’s being an ass, but that they’ve got more important things to worry about. They’ve got a zombie on their hands and they need to figure out how to kill it.

In the motel the boys are trying to figure out a way to kill Angela, but Sam says that it’s impossible because there are hundreds of methods on how to kill the walking dead. They have no idea what’s true and what’s not. Although there’s nothing in common amongst all the methods, a few of them say silver might work. Sam says they need to find the person who brought Angela back to life. Dean believes that Neil’s responsible. According to her diary, Angela wrote, “Neil’s a real shoulder to cry on. He so understands what I’m going through with Matt.” Dean also mentions that Neil is Dr. Mason’s TA and has access to all the same books.

Back in Neil’s house, it appears to be empty, but the boys take no chances carrying 9mm’s. The check the basement and realize that Angela has left and that she might be out to kill someone. Dean think if anyone, Angela would want to kill her roommate Lindsey because she might’ve been the one who got it on with Matt. Lindsey was really torn up over Matt’s death.

In Lindsey’s House Lindsey is looking at a photo of her and Matt. She hears a noise at the front door. Angela comes in attacking Lindsey with a scissors. She takes two swings at her and misses both times. Lindsey kicks Angela to the ground causing the scissors to stab right through her breast. Lindsey’s in shock as she turns Angela face up realizing what she’s done. Angela’s eyes pop wide open, grabbing Lindsey by the throat with abundant force and pulling the scissors out of her breast. At that moment, Sam and Dean burst into the room firing three bullets into the back of Angela’s head and one into her chest. She manages to escape out the window. “Dann, that dead chick can run.”

Back at the college Sam and Dean come storming into the room, tolerating no more of Neil’s crap. They demand to know where he’s keeping Angela. “WHAT’S DEAD SHOULD STAY DEAD!” Sam and Dean tell Neil that they’ve got to perform another ritual, nailing Angela back into her grave bed. Looking at the dead plants on the desk, Dean realizes that Angela’s in the room and advises Neil to get out as quickly as possibly and not to make her mad. Sam and Dean exit the room

When Angela comes out of the closet and shows Neil the wounds on her body, he finally realizes that havoc she’s wreaked on Matt and Lindsey. Angela wants Neil to take her to the cemetery and together kill Sam and Dean so that they can live a life of happiness together. Neil runs out of the room to get the car. It doesn’t take long for Angela to figure out that Neil’s leaving her behind. Angela catches up to him at his car, and breaks Neil's neck, killing him.

In the cemetery Sam and Dean light candles surrounding her grave bed, waiting for her to arrive. They decide to use Sam as bait to lure her back into her grave. Angela sneaks up behind Sam. Hearing her Sam turns around and fires a direct shot into her forehead. A now extremely pissed off spirit, Angela sprints after Sam trampling him over injuring his hand severely. Dean right behind Sam, fires shots into her chest causing her to fall directly into her grave bed. Dean makes one final stab into her chest with a long metal stake and says once again, “WHAT’S DEAD SHOULD STAY DEAD!”

Now morning, Sam and Dean just finish reburying Angela’s corpse. As they head back to the Impala, Dean glances for a second at their mom’s grave.

On the road Dean unexpectedly pulls off to the side of the road, gets out of the car and sits on the hood. For the first time, he opens up to Sam and tells him what he’s feeling. We actually see Dean shed tears for the first time in the show. He tells Sam he believes he should have died at the hospital after the crash, and that John somehow changed places to bring him back. “So tell me, what could you possible say to make that all right?”

Synopsis by: Matt (godismydaddy)

Side note: Jared actually broke his hand during the filming of this episode, and the production team had to write the injury into this, and the subsequent scripts!

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