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12.05 The One You've Been Waiting For

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On a dark street in Columbus, Ohio, a wealthy-looking woman enters an antique shop. The woman, Mrs. Lloyd, has come for a 1931 solid gold, pocket watch bearing the Nazi emblem. The shop owner says the price has increased. Mrs. Lloyd insists they had a deal. The owner threatens to find a new buyer and turns to leave. He is engulfed in flames. Mrs. Lloyd takes the watch, and she bursts into flames.
 
From a staircase, a man watches.
 
In the bunker’s kitchen, Dean works at his laptop as Sam enters. After Dean refuses breakfast and pie, Sam asks what’s wrong. Dean refuses to talk. He shows Sam a story about the deaths in the antique shop. Dean clarifies that the fire only burnt the bodies. Sam speculates spontaneous combustion, and Dean wants to investigate. Sam agrees, and he is rebuffed again when he tries to talk to Dean.
 
On a sunny day, the Impala parks in front of Marv’s Lost Treasures, Antiques and Collectibles. Once inside, the brothers see where the owner, Marvin Brickell, and Mrs. Lloyd died. Sam scans for EMF and tells Dean about Marvin.
 
Sam looks through Marvin’s email while Dean explores the shop. Sam finds messages about the watch, and Dean sees scuff marks on the floor. Dean pulls a bookcase away from the wall, revealing a door. As Sam uncovers evidence of Marv’s Nazi-related sales, Dean discovers an office filled with Nazi artifacts.
 
The brothers are shocked by the collection. Sam says the watch belonged to a member of the Nazi High Command, but it wasn’t recovered at the scene. They decide they’re dealing with the Thule based on Marv’s collection and the immolation deaths.
 
A young man and woman enter an apartment while kissing. The young woman, Eleanor, engages in a stream of nervous chatter before excusing herself. From the restroom, she hears her front door bust open. She sees two men advance towards her date. He bursts into flames.
 
The intruders chase her, but she escapes and climbs down the fire escape, cutting her foot. The older man stops the younger, his son, from shooting her. The father wipes up her blood.
 
In a diner, the Winchesters talk to Aaron Bass on speaker. In Berlin, Germany, Aaron’s using his grandfather’s ledger to track and kill the Thule with his Golem. Aaron says the Thule have a mission called Das Blut, translated as The Blood. Unfortunately, he has no information on the watch.
 
Sam gets notified of the death at Ellie’s apartment, so they go to the scene. As Ellie waits in the police cruiser, the son, Christoph Nauhaus, opens her door and handcuffs her. He takes off with Ellie as Sam and Dean exit the building. They see Ellie and follow.
 
Christoph drives to a parking garage to switch vehicles, but he can’t find the keys. He calls his father, and the two argue. Distracted, Christoph doesn’t notice Dean has a gun on him. Sam rescues Ellie.
 
In an abandoned office, the Winchesters tie Christoph to a chair and talk to Ellie.
 
Christoph refuses to answer questions and taunts Dean to kill him. Dean motions for Sam to cover Ellie as he prepares to shoot Christoph. Sam shields Ellie as Dean takes aim. Christoph immediately agrees to talk.
 
According to Christoph, the pocket watch dates back to World War II. It belongs to his father, Commandant Nauhuas, a Thule High Command. In Hitler’s bunker, surrounded by officials, Hitler prepares to shoot himself. Nauhaus, looking as he does today, holds the pocket watch. Before Hitler commits suicide, Nauhaus tells him there’s another way.
Nauhaus preserved Hitler’s soul inside the watch, which has been missing since the end of the war. With its rediscovery, the Thule plan to resurrect Hitler. Christoph says the soul of Hitler can only possess a direct descendant. Christoph nods to Ellie as one such descendant.
 
Ellie insists her mother traced their genealogy to the Mayflower, but Christoph says she’s adopted. He explains they’ve been watching her. To prove it, he recites details about her life. As the details get more specific, she storms off.
 
Sam follows Ellie and learns her mother confirmed Christoph’s claim. Ellie launches into a tearful tirade. In the other room, Christoph attempts small talk with Dean, and a limousine enters the parking garage with Nauhuas.
Sam comforts Ellie, saying he understands her situation. He admits he was meant to bring back Lucifer. Ellie decides she doesn’t believe anything they’ve said and stands to leave.
 
Dean comes in and tells her this is a great chance to destroy the Thule, a time to stand and fight. As they talk, the Thule enter the offices. The brothers leave Ellie hidden and fight the Thule. Neither Winchester is doing well when the Thule receive a message on their earpieces and leave abruptly.
 
Sam checks on Ellie, but she’s gone. On the street, Ellie walks past the limousine as Nauhaus opens the door, pulling her inside.
Sam leaves Ellie a voicemail saying they can keep her safe from the “Hitler stuff” which Nauhaus hears. He’s angry that Christoph told the Winchesters everything. The father and son argue bitterly. Back at the diner, Sam and Dean discuss tracking Ellie.
 
The limousine parks next to an airport hangar. Ellie is placed on a gurney and sedated. Nauhaus orders the purification ritual to begin. Nauhaus tells Fritz that Christoph is tired and needs rest. Christoph realizes his father ordered his execution. Christoph pleads for his life to Fritz. Before Fritz shoots, he’s distracted by a message in his earpiece. Christoph disarms and kills Fritz.
 
Back at the diner, the brothers discuss Ellie when Christoph sits next to Sam. Dean trains a gun on him. Christoph offers to help find Ellie in exchange for protection. To prove his trustworthiness, Christoph tells them a Thule is watching, and that he killed one after his father ordered his execution. The Winchesters let Christoph lead them to Ellie.
 
Outside the hangar, Nauhaus stands over Fritz’s body, expressing admiration that his son displayed such courage. The Thule wheel Ellie towards medical equipment.
The Impala parks near the hangar. Sam handcuffs Christoph to the Impala. The brothers load up from the Impala’s arsenal, and Dean grabs the grenade launcher. Sam nixes the idea.
 
Inside the hangar, the ritual begins. A tube leads from Ellie to a medical device, and then to Nauhaus, the recipient of her blood.
Outside, Sam and Dean take down the guards and enter.
 
The Thule place the watch on Nauhuas’s torso. It creates a swastika-shaped incision, sinking into his chest. The incision cauterizes, leaving a swastika-shaped scar. Nauhaus springs to life with maniacal laughter.
 
Hitler, in Nauhaus’s body, exuberantly jumps up and down. He recognizes Hans, Wolfgang, and Gottfried, greeting them enthusiastically. Hitler notices Ellie, calling her his great, great, grand-niece. He thanks her, but he tells his men to drain her blood and feed her to the dogs.
Sam and Dean enter the building, are captured, and delivered to Hitler. Dean calls Nauhaus father of the year, and Gottfried demands he address the Fuhrer with respect. The Winchesters realize Hitler is possessing Nauhaus.
 
While Hitler taunts the Winchesters, Ellie watches them place the Winchester’s guns on the medical equipment. She moves towards the guns while the Thule are distracted by Hitler screaming for his plane and ordering the Winchesters fed to his dogs. Ellie shoots and kills a Thule. Dean takes a gun from the dead Nazi and kills the others.
Dean advances on Hitler, punches him to the ground, and delivers a head shot along with a “Heil, this.” Sam marvels that Dean killed Hitler.
As Sam, Dean, and Ellie walk to the Impala, Dean repeatedly boasts that he killed Hitler. They free Christoph, and Sam reminds him that the Thule will hunt him for the rest of his life. Christoph walks away.
 
In town, Sam walks Ellie to her door, making sure she’s okay. She thanks him and leaves.
 
In the Impala, Dean mentions a bakery that claimed the best pie for a thousand miles. Sam, surprised at Dean’s appetite, smiles when Dean restates that he killed Hitler and deserves pie. Sam asks if he’s ever going to hear the end of this. Dean admits, “Probably not.”
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