7.22 There Will Be Blood (Transcript)

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SUPERNATURAL

7.22 There Will Be Blood

Written by: Andrew Dabb and Daniel Loflin

Directed by: Guy Norman Bee

Air Date: 11 May 2012


NOW

INT. – TELEVISION STUDIO – DAY


A hand in front of the camera is counting down. A woman wearing a suit sits in a chair facing the camera.


VOICE-OVER
…Business Watch, with our own Gloria Jane.


GLORIA
Thanks, Phil. And now we turn our attention to agriculture, where an unlikely personality has now come on to the scene in a major way.


We see several video camera views of the scene: GLORIA facing the camera, GLORIA and DICK ROMAN sitting opposite each other, and DICK ROMAN facing the camera.


GLORIA
Richard Roman, a CEO whose company dominates the defense and aviation sectors, not to mention being a giant in the motivational-speaking world.


DICK ROMAN
What can I say, Gloria? I'm a multitasker.


GLORIA
Clearly. And now you've recently purchased controlling stock in Sucrocorp – among the world's leading manufacturers in high-fructose corn syrup. It's a pleasure to have you with us, Richard.


DICK ROMAN
Please. "Dick."


GLORIA
So, tell us, Dick, why the recent fascination with big foods?


DICK ROMAN
Well, it's no secret we all love to eat, but now Sucrocorp will focus on eating well.


GLORIA
Help me connect the dots. How will pumping sweeteners into our system make us healthier?


DICK ROMAN
One word – purity. We're dialing back the additives to deliver the highest quality all-American product you people deserve. America is for go-getters, folks who get off their butts and make it happen. And we need you just as healthy as you can be. Which is why we are diving whole hog into what keeps Americans living longer... and tasting better.


[While DICK ROMAN speaks, we see:

  • An overweight man dressed in shorts and a singlet, sitting on a sofa eating snack food from a bag while watching television
  • A man in a convenience store slowly chewing a sugar-coated pastry while watching the DICK ROMAN interview on the store’s television
  • A group of men watching the interview on television.]


GLORIA
You do, of course, mean to say the food will be tasting better.


DICK ROMAN
That's exactly what I mean.


SUPERNATURAL (Title Card)


ACT ONE

INT. – TELEVISION STUDIO – DAY


GLORIA is looking at the video screens with a producer.


GLORIA
Yeah, very good.


DICK ROMAN hands his microphone to an assistant. SUSAN walks up to DICK ROMAN and puts a briefcase on the desk in front of him.


SUSAN
Your 11 a.m. is waiting in the conference room.


DICK ROMAN
Thank you, Susan.


DICK ROMAN opens the briefcase and takes out The Word Of God. SUSAN smiles slightly and turns away.


DICK ROMAN
Susan... Are we still looking for a rep in mainstream media?


SUSAN
Yes, we are.


DICK ROMAN
Wunderbar. Put a replace order on Gloria there.


SUSAN
And with the corpse?


DICK ROMAN
Call Chef Fieri. I feel like barbecue.


INT. – OFFICE – DAY


EDGAR is seated at a table opposite someone. DICK ROMAN enters.


DICK ROMAN
Kevin. Dick. I'm very excited to meet you.


KEVIN, with his mouth taped shut and his hands tied behind his back, is seated across the table from EDGAR.


DICK ROMAN
You nervous? Don't be. I'm your biggest fan. [He rips the tape off KEVIN’s mouth.] I brought you a present. [He opens his briefcase and takes out the Word of God.] What's that say, Kev?


KEVIN
I don't know.


DICK ROMAN
Cute. Edgar?


EDGAR takes out a knife and walks over to KEVIN. KEVIN whimpers.


DICK ROMAN
Easy, Edgar. Don't scare the boy.


EDGAR cuts the binding on KEVIN’s hands.


DICK ROMAN
You know, I've checked, Kevin. Number one in your class, winner of the Chad Kennedy top young scientist prize – all that on top of being Keeper of the Word. You're a clever young man. [He takes a laptop out of his briefcase, opens it and slides it towards KEVIN.] I'm confident you'll make the right choice here. But I see this is a negotiation. [He takes an envelope out of his briefcase.] Well, I will sweeten... the pot.


KEVIN
What is it?


KEVIN picks up the envelope and opens it.


DICK ROMAN
My sources tell me you're applying to Princeton. Letter of recommendation like that from a man like me – done.


KEVIN
I can't do it.


DICK ROMAN
I admire your gumption, kid. But I still think there's some wiggle room here. I tell you what – let's kick it up a notch. See if I can't change your mind. Edgar, that live feed up yet?


EDGAR
’Course.


EDGAR hits a button on a remote and footage of someone holding a knife to MRS TRAN’s throat appears on a large screen.


KEVIN
Ma? Mom?!


DICK ROMAN
Well, I think this negotiation is concluded.


KEVIN whimpers in distress.


DICK ROMAN
You drive a hard bargain, kid.


EXT. – RUFUS’ CABIN – DAY


A red car is parked outside.


INT. – RUFUS’ CABIN – DAY


SAM is typing on his laptop at the table. DEAN is sitting on the sofa reading the notebook in which KEVIN translated the Word of God.


DEAN
Okay, man, I have read this more times than the Playboy I found in Dad's duffel.


SAM
Anna Nicole?


DEAN
Anna Nicole. Oh, the good – they die young, huh?


SAM exhales and smiles/grimaces.


DEAN
Look, we can read this till our eyes bleed. It ain't getting any clearer.


SAM
Okay. Then what does it mean?


DEAN
Uh… Cut off the head, and the body will flounder.


SAM
Yeah.


DEAN
Okay. Well, I think we both agree that, uh, the head is Dick. Right?


SAM
Right.


DEAN
So, bottom line is, we go grab the stuff, and we mix ourselves a weapon. End of story. [He takes a drink from a beer bottle.]


SAM
Look, I'm all for killing Dick. I'm just saying, what then? I mean, what about the rest of the Leviathan? What, are they gonna just... drop dead?


DEAN
I don't know. Maybe.


SAM
Maybe? "Maybe" is good enough for you right now?


DEAN
One problem at a time, all right?


SAM
Okay. But it's not a crazy idea to try and figure out what the catch is before we go crashing the gate.


DEAN
Maybe this is the catch. God's not telling us every detail. You know? The word is from God. I don't know how much better it's gonna get.


BOBBY is standing behind the sofa.


CUT TO: DEAN brushing his teeth in the bathroom. As he spits into the sink, the mirror above him mists over. When DEAN exhales, his breath is visible. He turns around.


DEAN
Hey, Bobby. How you feeling?


BOBBY
Stronger than ever. Now, while you two have been chasing your tails, I've been thinking on that weapon.


DEAN
Wait a second. Don't you think you should be saving your strength?


BOBBY
For what?


DEAN
I'm just saying you might want to slow down. You don't look so hot.


BOBBY
I'm in the Veil. My Brad Pitt days are over. Now, the kid says that the only way to kill Leviathan is with a bone washed in the three bloods of the fallen. It's got to be from a human as light and good as the Leviathan are hungry and dark.


DEAN
Yeah. Good luck with that.


BOBBY
The rest is doable, and doable now. You've already got the fallen angel blood. Now, next up is blood from the ruler of fallen humanity. Now, the best I can tell, that's Crowley. Numero tres is the father of fallen beasts.


DEAN
Which means...?


BOBBY
You got to bleed an Alpha.


DEAN
But they're all dead. I mean, every one we found, we rounded up for Crowley, and then Cas whammied them all.


BOBBY
Well, then, make this Cas' problem, too.


DEAN
Cas ain't exactly in the problem-solving mode, Bobby.


BOBBY
Then Crowley!


DEAN
All right, I get it. I get it.


BOBBY
Do you?!


The mirror behind DEAN cracks.


BOBBY
I'm just sayin'. I have faith that you boys will figure it out. Relax. I'm fine. Just got a little carried away.


CUT TO: SAM watching a Sucrocorp video on his laptop.


VOICE-OVER
Here at Sucrocorp, your well-being is our number-one priority.


DEAN pours himself a whiskey.


VOICE-OVER
Sucrocorp – eat well, live well.


DEAN
Little FYI. Bobby's officing out of the john these days.


SAM
Uh... awkward.


DEAN sits down at the table opposite SAM.


DEAN
Yeah, you're telling me. Uh, he does have some ideas about the weapon, though.


SAM
Really? Well, uh, he may be just in time.


SAM turns the laptop around to show DEAN an article titled “Roman Acquires Sucrocorp.”


DEAN
"Roman acquires..." What's Sucrocorp?


SAM
They make food additives, namely high-fructose corn syrup. That crap is in – well, it's in just about everything – um, soda, sauces, bread.


DEAN
Don't say "pie."


SAM
Definitely pie.


DEAN
Bastards. So now what? Roman's moved past restaurants?


SAM
And into grocery stores, Gas n' Sips, vending machines.


DEAN
What can we do about it?


SAM
Short of going Al Qaeda on their trucks and plants, there's nothing we can do about it.


The laptop closes and SAM and DEAN jump.


DEAN
Like I said, uh, Bobby's got some ideas.


CUT TO: DEAN putting a bowl down on a table that is set up with chalk symbols, a bottle of blood and candles. He slices his hand with a pocketknife and drips his blood into the bowl.


SAM
Et ad congregandum eos coram me.


SAM lights a match and tosses it into the bowl. Flames rise up from the bowl and CROWLEY appears.


CROWLEY
Hello, boys.


INT. – OFFICE – DAY


KEVIN is typing on the laptop, next to which are the Word of God and DICK ROMAN’s recommendation letter. DICK ROMAN stands behind him.


DICK ROMAN
That's some bracing prose you're putting down there, Kevin. You all done?


KEVIN
[nods] Um-hmm.


DICK ROMAN
You've done well. Princeton will be lucky to have you.


KEVIN
What about my mom?


DICK ROMAN
[to EDGAR] Make the call.


EDGAR takes out his phone and makes a call.


EDGAR
Release her. But stress the consequences of talking.


DICK ROMAN
Kevin, I'm gonna request the pleasure of your company a tad longer. [to EDGAR] You, on the other hand, I need to drop in on an old friend.


INT. – RUFUS’ CABIN – DAY


CROWLEY
So, that's what all the "rumble, rumble" was about.


DEAN
Who translated it for you? Never mind. You gonna give us the blood or not?


CROWLEY
Happily. But not quite yet. I'm all for chopping Dick, but I can't have you running around with a vial of my blood, now, can I? You know the sheer number of nefarious spells my enemies can use that blood for?


DEAN
Well, then when?


CROWLEY
Last. After you've got all the other components. Most difficult, the angel part, I'm assuming. Given your role in their little apocalypse, I can't imagine the choirboys upstairs are wetting their vestments to do you – what's the word? – a solid. Unless, of course, you have an angel up your sleeve.


DEAN
Well, that'd be convenient, but, uh, no.


SAM
Don't worry about it. We'll get the angel blood one way or another. We just need you to be ready next time we call.


CROWLEY
Fine. Oh, here's a tip. I have it on good authority there's one Alpha still among us.


DEAN
Whose authority?


CROWLEY
Mine. Wily character, that Alpha vampire. Somehow made good his prison break before Cas went nuclear on the place.


DEAN
And you know this how?


CROWLEY
Keep your friends close, your enemies, blah blah. Needless to say, I keep tabs. He moves around quite a bit. But I have an inkling I know where to start the Easter-egg hunt. Happy trails.


CROWLEY disappears.


DEAN
Okay. Where, jackass?!


Flames rise on the table. As they die down, we see that words have been carved into the table.


SAM
Hoople, North Dakota.


DEAN
Piece of paper would have worked.


EXT. – HOOPLE GAS N’ SIP – DAY


DEAN is leaning next to the trunk of the car as it fills with gas. SAM is leaning against the passenger side.


SAM
Hey.


SAM makes a motion with his hand to indicate drinking from a flask. DEAN takes the flask out of his jacket pocket and puts it in the car. DEAN then hangs up the gas pump and he and SAM walk towards the store.


SAM
He seem angry?


DEAN
Angry? Of course he's angry. If you were Bobby, wouldn't you be?


SAM
But was he showing signs of fatigue, like – like fritzing?


DEAN
No, actually, it was just the opposite. He said he never felt stronger.


SAM
That's what I was afraid of.


INT. – HOOPLE GAS N’ SIP – DAY


SAM
The stronger he gets, the closer he comes to going full vengeful spirit. That's reality. We need to talk about what we're going to do with him.


DEAN
Do with him?


SAM
Yeah.


DEAN
Three weeks ago, you were – you were talking how this could work. And now – now you want to go Kevorkian on his ass?


SAM
I'm just saying that the lore doesn't have a single real-life example of Casper the Friendly Ghost. It's all basically poltergeists until a hunter comes along...


DEAN
Yeah, well, the lore sucks.


SAM
I'm talking pure hatred, Dean. No humanity. I mean, he could... kill... possess people. I mean, Bobby could burn this friggin' building down. Look, if he goes off the rails –


DEAN
Hey.


SAM
What?


DEAN
Check out that guy over there. He seem a little out of it to you?


They look at a man who is pumping mustard onto a hot dog.


SAM
I-I don't know. Maybe.


DEAN
What about Paula Deen over here?


They look at a woman who is staring at a refrigerator containing beer.


SAM
Yeah, they – they look like, uh...


The man is still pumping mustard onto his hot dog. Another man is slurping a giant slushie through a straw.


SAM
…like those Turducken people. It's starting. [He picks up a can and reads the ingredients.] It's the corn syrup. Everything in the store is laced with it.


DEAN
Everything?


The first man continues to pump mustard onto his hot dog.


DEAN
Hey, man, I'm gonna go into toxic shock, okay? I-I... I need my road food.


SAM
That's what Roman is banking on.


DEAN
Hey. Hey. [He holds up a pie in a plastic container.] This one says "natural." Th-th-that means it's safe. Right?


SAM puts the pie back on the shelf.


SAM
I hate to break it to you, but corn syrup is natural, technically.


SAM holds up a basket containing bananas and bottled water.


DEAN
Well, then what the hell are we supposed to eat?


EXT. – LARGE HOUSE – NIGHT


DEAN is looking through binoculars from the driver’s seat of the parked car.


DEAN

It's totally dark. I can't see inside.


SAM is in the passenger seat and BOBBY in the back seat.


SAM
Well, should we wait for daylight?


BOBBY
Hell no, we're not waiting. I'll scout it. See if we need to bring in the big guns.


SAM
I don't know.


BOBBY flickers and disappears.


SAM
Look, Bobby...


SAM and DEAN look at the empty back seat. DEAN looks at the house through binoculars again. BOBBY reappears.


BOBBY
Okay. Place is clear. But there's something you're gonna want to see.


INT. – LARGE HOUSE – NIGHT


BOBBY, DEAN and SAM enter a large room. DEAN and SAM are carrying machetes. Three bodies are laid out on a table.


DEAN
Careful.


DEAN leans over to look at one of the bodies, which has pointed teeth and is badly burned around the mouth and neck. The next body is also badly burned in the lower half of its face.


ACT TWO

INT. – LARGE HOUSE – NIGHT


DEAN
You know a way to kill vamps with battery acid?


BOBBY
Only way I know is beheading.


SAM
Well, something didn't agree with them. Hey. Check out that wall. Something seem weird to you?


DEAN
Yeah, see if you can find a switch or a lever or something.


BOBBY
Don't need one.


BOBBY walks through the wall into a pink bedroom. A young WOMAN is sitting on the floor leaning against the bed with her back to BOBBY. On the other side of the wall, SAM moves books on a bookcase. He picks up one titled “How To Serve Man.”


SAM
Hey.


SAM holds up the book for DEAN to see and then presses a button that was behind the book on the bookcase. Concealed doors in front of DEAN spring open, revealing BOBBY and the YOUNG WOMAN, who gets to her feet. DEAN and SAM enter the room. The YOUNG WOMAN, who is wearing a floral pink dress or nightgown and holding a teddy bear, takes a step back against the mantelpiece.


SAM
Dean. Machete.


SAM and DEAN sheathe their machetes.


DEAN
Hey. Look. We're not gonna hurt you. Okay? [He shows his teeth.] No fangs. See?


SAM
We just want to talk.


CUT TO: the YOUNG WOMAN sitting in a chair, holding a cup of tea. DEAN's jacket is around her shoulders.


YOUNG WOMAN
I was 8. My mom left me at the playground while she ran to the store. A man approached me and said I was the prettiest girl there. And I've been living with these... things... ever since. At least until now.


SAM
Do you have any idea why?


YOUNG WOMAN
I'm one of his special girls. All the others, it was their job to make sure I was ready for the Alpha, whenever he came. Wash me... give me my IV bags every day. It's my only food. So my blood's pure.


DEAN
They've been doing this for, what, 12 years?


YOUNG WOMAN
Virgins are a delicacy. He always has at least one of us on hand.


SAM
Well, don't worry, okay? We're gonna get you back to your mother.


YOUNG WOMAN
Think she remembers me?


SAM
Of course she does. Don't you remember her?


The YOUNG WOMAN shakes her head.


DEAN
Hey, these, uh... these guys [he turns towards the dead vampires on the table] – they, uh, friends of yours?


YOUNG WOMAN
They take care of the Alpha when he's here. Or did.


SAM
What happened to them?


YOUNG WOMAN
A week ago, they came back from what they said was an easy hunt. Three humans just came, didn't put up any fight. But when they started on them, the vampires screamed in pain. The ones who ate died immediately.


SAM
And the ones who didn't?


YOUNG WOMAN
There was only one. When he saw what happened, he moved to animals. He's out hunting as we speak.


DEAN
Never heard of vamps being allergic to humans before.


SAM
You think maybe it's the corn syrup? I mean, think about it. The Gas n' Sip was lousy with stoners. All ripe for the picking.


DEAN
She did say it was an easy hunt.


SAM
Do you know where the Alpha is now?


YOUNG WOMAN
I don't know. Maybe. He has a place he goes when something's wrong. He calls it his retreat.


SAM takes out his phone.


SAM
All right.


YOUNG WOMAN
What is that?


DEAN
That's, uh, that's Sam's douche tracker. Helps us find the Alpha. All we need's an address.


YOUNG WOMAN
I don't know. But I remember things that maybe can help.


SAM
That's okay. Just do the best you can.


ACT THREE