Previously - Ellen and Jo knew John Winchester, Ellen hated being out of the loop, Ellen and Jo died nobly, Cas rebelled against the Apocalypse, Balthy admired, Raphael started a civil war, souls are powerful, Rufus was awesome, a worm-possessed Bobby killed Rufus, Eve is ticked, and Bobby grieved Rufus - that's a lot.
In Chester, Pennsylvania, a man drinks and works with tools. His beer is suddenly moved and when he goes to get it, he starts a chain reaction involving nails, a broom, a skateboard, and balls. It ends with beheading by garage door in a truly gross still. Moral: Either drinking and tools are a lethal combination or never prop up your garage door with a two-by-four. You choose. Several people complained about the Rube Goldberg-esque, complicated death but I thought it was fun. But no, I haven't seen Final Destination. Ominous music plays as we pan in on the condensation where the beer used to be. You know, in case, someone missed that it started the whole chain of events.
For plot reasons, Sam doesn't protest. They enter a dark restaurant with a clock ticking in the background. Nope that's not more ominous than the strident music. Fate turns on the gas but not the pilot light to the burners. The brothers search as their flashlight goes out. Sam asks if Dean has a lighter. I asks if they remember nothing from their earlier encounters. Dead flashlight always means run; it's never the batteries. That's Supernatural 101, guys. They enter the room with Dean trying to flick his Bic to no avail. It sparks as they enter the room of gas, which for some reason they could not smell. Yeah right! This whole scene screams of check your brain at the door.
Watch it while listening to Blondie. They stop outside a crowd watching some idiots juggle hatchets, knives, and flaming torches. For reasons unknown to general mankind, instead of going around the crowd, they walk straight through the performance. Way to be rude guys! The funniest parts are Dean's facial expressions with the dogs and Sam getting stuck between flaming torches. These two are great at physical comedy. They manage to get safely past a man messing with a nail gun and wonder if Fate's around. Dean: "I mean who do you have to kill to get killed around here." Watch what you wish for. A large appliance falls above them a la Mystery Spot.
Screencaps by Supernatural Fans Online and Supernatural Caps.