Dean and Sam learn that to kill Dick Roman, they need blood samples of an angel, and alpha and a powerful demon. Castiel gives his blood to the brothers and Crowley informs that he will also give his blood after they get the Alpha's sample. Crowley also tells to the Winchester brothers that the Alpha Vampire is alive and they head to Hoople, North Dakota, to get his blood. Meanwhile Dick Roman forces Kevin to translate the tablet and he buys the Sucrocorp to prepare corn syrup with a component that makes people lethargic and fatter, and kills vampires and other creatures. Will Dean and Sam succeed in getting the Alpha's blood? Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
The book Sam finds that is concealing the button that unlocks Emily's room is titled, "How To Serve Man," - which references the 1950s short story, "To Serve Man." It tells about aliens who come to earth. At an UN session, the aliens tell the humans that they are there to provide them with peace and plenty. They supply them with cheap unlimited power, a device to suppress explosions, and drugs for prolonging life. One of the characters steals a book from the aliens and translates the title to "To Serve Man." He believes it is a guide the aliens use to 'provide for' and 'take care of' man. After further translation, he discovers that it is actually a cook book. This story aligns very closely with the Leviathan's plan for man: They are secretly purifying the gene pool, curing cancer, and ending hunger in order to harvest their perfect food supply... all with the public image of "serving man for the greater good." See more
One of the dead vampires on the table is visibly breathing. See more
Can't get laid, can't sleep in. Sounds like a frikin' tragedy.
References Twilight Zone