Supernatural s11e12 Episode Script

Don't You Forget About Me

My men brought in a runaway last night.
There's no I.
on her -- nothing on her, actually, except for a bus ticket out of Nebraska.
My name is Alex.
Dean: You're alive because hunters trained the sheriff.
I think the first words out of your mouth should be a thank you.
Jody: You think the vamps are the ones who took her? We've seen it before -- vampires keeping people as pets, human feedbags.
[ Gasps ] Whoa! This your family? Yes.
Where are they? Claire, I'm not your father.
Claire: Those were the first words you ever said to me.
Remember? My dad Is he still in there? No.
I'm trying to track somebody down.
Her name's Amelia.
She's been missing for a few years.
She's my mother.
Claire, you are not going out there.
Amelia: No! Aah! [ Sobbing ] Mom! What are you gonna do about Claire? It's not up to me.
Hey, Dean.
Jody Mills.
Jody Mills is good people, and she'll give you a place to crash until you get back on your feet.
Dean: You know, Claire, you go down this path -- our path do your homework before you do anything stupid, okay? And we're here if you need us, any time.
[ Slow-tempo R&B plays ] Lord, don't remember It's like tumbleweeds out there.
Where is everybody? Maybe they moved on to their winter humping grounds.
It's freezing.
You want to get out of here? Don't remember No.
We finally have the place to ourselves.
You mean you don't like it when the, uh, car next to you's bumping up and down and you hear groaning? Nobody can hear us, can they? Don't remember Not tonight.
[ Truck door opens ] Doug! [ Gasps ] What the hell are you doing?! He knows.
[ Grunting ] Don't you? Huh? I swear I don't know anything.
What are you? What are you?! Did you catch us a case? Um, no.
Uh Get this.
Some -- some dude took a picture of a weasel riding a flying woodpecker.
I-it's kind of nuts.
So, I'm guessing there's nothing on the mar-meter, either.
Uh, no.
I'm starting to think that God's psycho sister has gone to ground.
What about you? Hear from Cas? No, he said he was working on something to draw her out, but it's been radio silence since he was here.
Yeah, all this quiet's starting to wig me out.
What the hell is that? That? That's the Elvis.
- Elvis? - Mm-hmm.
I-is that a -- - that's a glazed doughnut.
- [ Clears throat ] Yeah.
Two, actually.
One topside, one on the bottom.
Now, your inferior versions -- they'll just take one doughnut, split it right down the middle.
[ Clicks tongue ] Boom.
All right, well, uh, hope you enjoy it.
You know there are starving children out there.
Dude, I'm not gonna survive hundreds of monster attacks to get flatlined by -- by some double doughnut monstrosity.
[ Cellphone ringing ] The Elvis! Whatever it How many calories are in that thing? Hey.
Long time.
Your, uh, "Caddyshack" review is way overdue.
Yeah, you got it.
We're there.
[ Cellphone beeps ] How do you feel about South Dakota? [ School bell rings ] [ Indistinct conversations ] Hey! Word on the street is that I'm in the presence of royalty -- future prom king and queen.
You guys are in the lead.
No way.
No, I mean, yeah, for you, Henry, but not me.
Also, people still do that? I thought it was, like, an '80s thing.
Oh, yeah, there's crowns and everything.
Come on.
Let's have fun with it.
I'll wear the dress.
You wear the tux.
You don't have the boobs for my dress.
What? Come on.
Look at those things.
[ Laughs ] Hey, Mr.
Alex, you ready for the test tomorrow? So not.
Oh, lucky you've got Good times.
[ Horn honks ] See ya.
See ya.
Oh, my God.
Chem lab -- I fell asleep in a pool of my own drool.
Oh, and coach is calling double practice tomorrow.
Midfield needs serious tightening.
What? Just You're killing it out there.
Shut up.
[ Chuckles ] Fitting right in.
[ Engine starts ] The Winchesters? Why would they be here? I didn't put up the bat signal.
Well, there goes the neighborhood.
- Hey.
- Ooh.
- Let me help you out.
- Oh, thank you.
- Yeah, sure.
- Come here.
- It has been too long.
- Hey.
Yeah, clearly, it's been too long 'cause, Alex, that is you, right? I don't look that different.
It's amazing what you can accomplish when you spend two hours in the bathroom every morning.
Since when are you even up in the morning? I'm surprised you're awake now.
Hey, I'm pretty sure the guys didn't come here to watch you two kill each other.
Is everything okay? I didn't accidentally butt-dial you or anything, did I? - Sh-- - I called about the monsters that you refuse to believe are monsters.
Oh, you got to be kidding.
[ Sighs ] You know, if you'd checked in with me, I could have saved you a trip.
Well, we figured we owed you the visit.
And you know what? Actually, I could use the backup.
Let me have that.
Uh I'm gonna go put another chicken on.
You settle in.
M-might want to make it two.
I'mjust gonna - Yeah.
- I'm starving.
Oh, this bird is fantastic.
Mmm! And when you mix it up with the potatoes and the -- the beans -- you guys eat like this every day? It's just chicken.
It's shaped like chicken.
Not a patty or -- or a nugget.
Can we get to the case? Three people are missing.
There is no evidence that they didn't skip town on their own.
Two of them were runaways.
One was a homeless guy.
He was last seen at Brayden Point.
I've been stalking it out.
- Right.
- Dude.
There's plenty left.
Brayden Point? Yeah, it's where the kids go to make out.
And, yes, there's about four pounds left on the stove.
Guys, there's something out there.
People are reporting animals they've never seen before, things stalking their front yards that disappear.
This is according to the -- hey, put it back -- neighborhood crime blogs that Claire has been reading.
They're eyewitness accounts.
We've hunted on less.
What else you got? I'm -- I'm working on it.
Claire did catch a werewolf.
Oh, right, it turned out to be a German Shepherd with rabies.
And before that was the vampire -- councilwoman into erotic cosplay.
I didn't know what cosplay was before that.
Super-embarrassing for the whole force.
You've been busy.
I've been hunting.
, menacing innocent people.
Claire has a whole string of assaults racked up.
The only reason she's not sitting in jail right now is that I'm the Sheriff.
Fine, I've been wrong.
But this time I know there's a monster.
Can we stop talking about monsters and hunting? What about real life? Real life? Okay.
Yeah, sure.
Let's get real.
You and Henry settle on a weekend yet? What? When you're sneaking out to Jody's cabin to screw yourselves silly.
[ Clears throat ] Here we go.
We're not You're completely insane.
You might want to clear your G-chats before you commit to that.
This seems like, uh, family business.
Sit! Stay! [ Chuckles ] Um [Clears throat] Alex, anything you want to say? Nope.
Okay, uh, well, um, I-I may have -- I've definitely seen birth control pills in your backpack.
- Oh, we're going there.
- Okay.
- Oh, my God.
- [ Chuckles ] Hey, if we can't talk about it, we shouldn't be doing it, right? Right? What? Okay, I'm not gonna tell you that you are too young to be having sex, or you.
Who's she gonna have sex with? She doesn't talk to anybody.
Hey, um, what I will tell you is that birth control pills are useless against STDs.
Whoever you are with needs to suit up every time, always.
No pulling up the drawbridge early.
Oh, I get it.
[ Chuckles ] And don't expect the guy, as much as I love Henry, to always show up packing.
Am I right? What? Seriously? Stop! We haven't done anything yet.
I'm just trying to be prepared.
Um We need some more mashed potatoes, right? Mashed pota-- I'm just gonna -- I'm gonna I'm gonna get some more potatoes.
This is fun.
[ Laughs ] [ Water running ] Nice ambush in there.
Hey, you guys crashed my pad first.
Well, you know, thought we were gonna be helping you with monsters, not birth control.
Welcome to my world.
I mean, don't get me wrong, I love those girls, but, man, I am hanging on by my fingertips.
The last guy Claire pegged as a monster, she held a sword to his throat.
He is hell-bent on pressing charges.
You know, I got to be honest, I thought it was gonna be Alex with the, uh, adjustment issues.
Oh, yeah, it was rough going there for a bit, too.
[ Chuckles ] But this year, everything clicked.
She's dating the most popular guy in school, for gosh sake.
Yeah, I know.
I barely recognized her.
But even there, I feel like I should be teaching her about boyfriends and relationships.
You know, stuff a mom would teach her.
[ Chuckles ] Eh, Sammy and I could have benefited from a little of that.
Yeah, but I'm not Alex's mom.
I'm not Claire's mom.
I didn't raise them.
I don't have that kind of history with them.
We can talk to Claire, and we'll get her to settle down.
[ Scoffs ] It's not just Claire busting heads.
There's more? Yeah, she started college, but she hasn't been to classes for weeks.
She doesn't have any friends.
She spends all her time trolling for cases and reading lore.
Sounds kind of creepy when you put it like that.
You know, I've got nothing against hunting, but if she's hiding in it because she doesn't have anything else, I'm just -- I'm worried about her being so alone.
Well, I'll put Sammy on it.
He's better with the whole talky thing, anyway.
[ Knock on door ] Come in.
- Claire.
- Hey.
You, uh -- you got a minute? Yeah.
Looks like you and I have the same decorating philosophy.
It's not like I need the Biebs on my wall.
I was thinking tomorrow we could go to the families of the people who disappeared and, like, see if there's any connection between them.
Right, um About that, Claire I know how it can be.
The hunter life consumes you.
There's no 9:00-to-5:00.
You start seeing monsters at every Quik Mart in town.
So you think I'm nuts? No, of course not.
What I'm saying is I'm not sure you have a case.
And lately, it seems like you've spent a lot of time hunting monsters that weren't there.
What is that supposed to mean? [ Sighs ] You wouldn't be the first hunter who was trying to escape something.
And what am I escaping, exactly, aside from mind-numbing boredom? You tell me.
I mean, how are things with Jody and Alex? And I'm not taking sides.
I'm just trying to understand what's going on.
They're not trying to make me feel bad.
I mean, Alex is.
She hates me.
But, um Sometimes I just feel like I'm a little late to the Jody and Alex show.
Well, they have been through some heavy crap together.
Maybe it's time I just head out on my own and be a full-fledged hunter.
Claire, I absolutely understand the need to hunt.
Believe me, I do.
But the monsters are always going to be there, on and on, forever.
But a chance at a family, a home, school -- that won't be.
Ohh! [ Grunting ] [ Sighs ] Come on.
We're gonna be late.
[ Mockingly ] Come on.
We're gonna be late.
[ Chuckles ] I want to catch Mr.
before the test.
Jody: Victim's name is Stephen Phelps.
He was a math teacher -- Alex's favorite, actually.
I'm sorry to hear that.
Phelps was found hanging upside-down from the top of the flagpole, duct-taped -- like his neck had been snapped first.
Any witnesses? Only the lucky custodian that found him.
So, how did the killer get Phelps up there in the first place? Unless he had his own fire truck? Yeah, so our killer climbs up with a guy on his back and then duct-tapes him? Yeah, and why? We found this around the flagpole if it means anything.
We already sent a sample to the lab.
What else do you know about Phelps? Just that he was a damn fine teacher.
He really helped Alex out.
I know that.
I knew it.
So, what are we dealing with? Demons? Ghost possession? Claire, this is a crime scene.
You can't be here.
Oh, but the fake FBI can? Hey.
Keep your voice down! Come here.
Come here.
I was trying to work the case -- the case everyone said wasn't real.
And you know what? You were right, okay? There is something unnatural going on here, but you can't just walk up in front of a bunch of officers and demand that the sheriff give you details on a murder investigation.
Can we talk about the body now? Oh, I'm not even near finished.
You need to show Jody a little respect.
She did you a huge solid by taking you in.
She got you set up at school.
I don't want to go to school.
Nobody wants to go to school, Claire.
It's school.
My point is she's been busting her ass to get you set up with a life.
She's feeding you.
Hell, you got a nicer room than I do now.
She kept you out of jail.
I never asked her to.
And that's what I'm talking about.
You need to act like you give a crap.
You need to appreciate what that woman's do-- They canceled school.
So we're gonna Hang out, I guess.
Hang out, huh? Hmm.
Okay, then.
Oh, yeah.
He got the message.
[ Scoffs ] Damn right he did.
I'm sure.
Where you go-- people walking away from me! You know the FBI? Jody does.
Was there anyone that Mr.
Phelps had run-ins with recently -- staff, parents, students? No, not that I know of.
Parents would bake brownies for that man.
Oh, okay, well, we're gonna want to, um, interview staff and students, as well as have access to personnel records.
Whatever you need.
We got to catch that bastard -- turn his insides out and string him up.
Glad you're on our side.
[ Warbling ] [ Indistinct conversation in distance ] Garret: Well, I raise the flag in the morning and, uh, he's -- he's s-stuck up there, you know, like a bug on a stick.
I thought it was a prank at first, but, uh, you know, like it was a dummy or something like that, but, uh [Chuckles] it wasn't.
Did you know Mr.
Phelps? Seen him around.
Have you noticed anything weird or out of the ordinary going on at the school lately? You mean weirder than a dead teacher taped to the top of a flagpole or? Before you discovered Mr.
Phelps, had you noticed any unusual sights or sounds or smells? Smells.
[ Chuckles ] Uh, I mean, you know, this place kind of always stinks.
The kids are slobs, you know? But I do the best that I can, but, uh -- Mr.
Weiler, you don't seem too upset about the, uh, graphic scene you came upon this morning.
Well, I mean, what can I tell you? I mean, I-I didn't know the guy.
And where were you last night, and earlier this morning, before you found the body? This is confidential, right? I was passed out at the Blind Donkey.
This place is bigger than it looks.
Checked every classroom, every office, every hallway, and every bathroom, and I deserve hazard pay for that.
- And? - Nothing.
No EMF, no hex bags, no sulfur.
The only thing I found were a couple of teachers making out in the break room.
Well, you got more than I did.
Not one witness.
Oh, but the custodian -- there's definitely something up with him.
Well, teacher of the year gets run up a flagpole, and nobody knows squat? Something's going on here.
You okay? I know you were tight with Mr.
He thought I was super-smart.
Said I should ditch soccer and join the math team.
You are super-smart.
What he must have gone through Nobody should die like that.
People are messed up.
Never thought we'd have an actual psychopath here in Sioux Falls.
There are awful things out there.
What do you mean? Henry I wasn't always this girl.
Sometimes I look at myself in the mirror, and I'm like, "that's me?" Yeah, you said you had to run away from home? Jody took you in? You should know I've done some really bad things.
[ Both grunting ] Let me out! Hurt people.
You got any idea what I'm about to do to you? Yeah.
I do.
What the? [ Groaning ] I should have told you before.
Everybody's done stuff they're ashamed of.
I mean [Chuckles] there was this one kid we all tortured in middle school.
I-I can't even think about it.
Alex, hey.
I don't care.
Whatever it is you did, I don't, okay? And you never have to tell me anything if you don't want to.
- Hey.
- Yo.
[ Door closes ] Got the results back on that fiber from the crime scene.
- And? - Asbestos.
-Asbestos? -Yeah.
So our killer's fire-retardant? What does that mean? Well, not much yet.
And Weiler the janitor -- his alibi checks out.
Well, his social security number does not.
It belongs to Mamie Garcia, who died in 1988.
And Weiler started at Marshall a few months ago, when the disappearances started -- the ones I said were supernatural in the first place.
Yes, we know.
You keep reminding us.
So we need to talk to this Mr.
Weiler again.
Okay, I'm gonna run his I.
photo through the database.
I'm coming with you.
I have a fed suit, and I can be your new agent trainee.
Okay, hold on there, Quantico.
You and I are leaving in a half an hour.
The registrar -- remember? Reschedule it.
Again? Unh-unh.
You are going to beg him to let you re-enroll tonight.
When there's a killer out there? Hey.
[ Scoffs ] I feel like a total asshat.
Who dresses like this? You know, there is a reason why murderers put on monkey suits when they go in front of a judge.
Ohh! [ Groans ] Jody! Aah! -[ Grunting ] I always thought you were the pretty one.
[ Growling ] [ Gasping ] [ Blade unsheathes ] [ Knife clatters ] [ Bone cracks ] [ Screaming ] Ohh! And a fake address.
Oh, I'm loving this guy.
[ Cellphone ringing ] [ Cellphone beeps ] Hey, what's up? - Dean, you need - [ Growling ] Jody? - Ohh! - Jody? Oh, no! No! [ Screams ] [ Brakes squeal ] [ Engine shuts off ] Jody? Claire? [ Gun cocks ] I'll check the house.
Damn it! Nothing.
No one.
It's Claire's knife.
So whatever it was, it was lying in wait for them when they left.
[ Cellphone rings, beeps ] This is Agent Noon.
No, I have not seen the sheriff, either.
I'd be happy to pass on the information.
I'm just here with my partner.
Uh, what do you got? They identified the custodian.
Richard Beesom.
He's a trucker out of O'Neill, Nebraska.
He's been missing for three years.
Thank you.
[ Cellphone beeps ] His family was found exsanguinated -- throats ripped out.
- He's a vampire? - Yeah.
O'Neill -- isn't that where Alex was from? Where her nest was? So, what, Beesom was part of Alex's old nest? Came here looking for Alex and then found Jody and Claire instead? I don't know.
Something still doesn't sit right.
We got to warn Alex.
Yeah, all right, you pick her up.
I'll go check Beesom's office.
There's bound to be something there.
[ Cellphone buzzing ] Hey, where are you? I'm coming to get you.
I'm at 50's on lake.
Okay, sit tight till I get there.
Do not go off by yourself.
-What's going on? The custodian at your school -- he's a vamp.
Oh, my God.
Listen to me.
I'll be there in five minutes.
Don't move.
You understand? Yeah.
You need to go.
What do you mean? You need to get away from me now.
Just leave me here.
I can't let you go.
[ Hisses ] [ Dialing ] [ Cellphone ringing ] [ Ringing continues ] Oh, come on! [ Cellphone ringing ] Hey.
Alex is gone.
Dean, listen, I just found an old school map.
Uh, there's a building that used to be the pool.
They closed it down because it had asbestos.
That has to be where Beesom took them.
I'm 15 minutes away.
All right, uh, it's at the east end of the school across Menlo.
I'm heading there now.
Those are the bodies that went missing.
Just a little take-out.
Waiting for trash day.
You were right.
What are we here for? [ Door opens ] No.
What the hell is this? Your whole life.
How's this for a family reunion, huh? [ Chuckles ] Would have invited my own, but, uh, they died a couple years ago.
Do you know how? You figured out who I am? I don't know you.
[ Scoffs ] You don't remember? Well, you took my life, and you don't remember? Three years ago.
Some sleazebag was taking you home outside of a bar, and I chased him off.
'Cause, see, you were so young, and I could see you didn't want anything to do with the guy.
I mean, I-I-I thought maybe some pimp was working you.
I gave you a few $20s and told you I would drive you home.
I do remember you.
Oh, good.
You remember how you didn't say a word all the way there? Is this your house? And then they came.
What? Oh! Hey! Hey! Ohh! Aah! [ Screaming ] Get off me! [ Screaming continues ] The whole starving pack tore into me.
They drank me alive.
They turned me! Leave her alone! She had no choice! That is when the real fun began because I went home to tell my wife what happened, but, see, I was covered in blood -- my own blood, which made me crazy, starving.
I lost control.
I gutted herand my boy.
I'm so sorry.
They -- they made me.
You could have left me outside that bar.
I tried to help you! I was a good man! And, you know, the only thing that kept me going was the knowledge that I would find you one day, and I would make you pay.
You see, Rich was tracking you for months, Alex.
Yeah, he's -- he's been watching you.
What for? Well, I was just gonna kill you outright, but, of course, you just were so miserable and alone it would have been a mercy killing, right? [ Both chuckle ] I wanted you to be happy first.
I wanted you to have something precious so that I could take it from you.
SoHe turned the most popular kid in school and sent me after you -- I'd build you up Then I'd chop you right down piece by piece.
I'd take your teacher Your boyfriend, your family, and then I'll feed you to my nest.
Nothing? None of it was real? Seriously, Al? [ Chuckles ] You were a complete freak.
[ Chuckles ] I mean, you were an angry loner creeping around the school like some kind of trench coat Mafia.
[ Chuckles ] You're gonna burn in hell, you sociopath.
I could never date someone like you.
- Stop it! - [ Growls ] Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah.
- Ahh.
- Don't mess with this one.
Henry's got a real mean streak, you know? You know, this one couldn't just kill Mr.
He had to run him up a flagpole for the whole school to salute.
Well, she saw him, didn't she? You brought a lot of cops.
Get off me! - They know we're here! - No! Those FBI -- they're hunters! They know that you killed Phelps.
And they killed Alex's entire nest! Just ask her! It's -- it's true.
They're coming for you.
- Shut up! - Ow! Henry, the killing and running all the time -- you don't want that.
You did this! You did this to all of us! Ow.
You are gonna watch everyone you love die.
Check your Intel, you pig! Alex hates me.
-Ow! - I-I-I'll help you.
Let them go, and I'll lure for you.
You know how good I am.
I kept a whole nest alive for eight years.
And -- and you can feed on me when the hunting goes dry.
And it goes dry.
I know.
[ Breathing heavily ] You know, I might take you up on that.
- [ Screaming ] - No! [ Screaming continues ] No! Whoo! [ Laughs ] [ Grunting ] Claire.
No one's gonna save you.
Aah! - Did you drink their blood? - No.
Jody: Ow.
Ow! It had to be the leg.
I'm gonna need bionics.
Come here.
He's all yours now.
I should have tapped that when I had the chance.
[ Chuckles ] Keep dreaming about me.
Yeah, I thought I smelled burning bacon.
You two cooked? Uh, we tried.
The pancakes might be a little raw.
We wanted to do something for you.
Okay, stop looking at me like that.
I feel like Tiny Tim.
I'm sorry he hurt you -- both of you.
Hey, we're fine.
We're in three whole pieces, more or less.
It's okay.
It's not okay.
He almost killed you for what I did.
It's for what those vamps did.
You were a kid.
You had to do whatever they said.
Alex you were ready to give up your life for us.
That's goodness.
[ Car approaches ] And that's what's scary about family.
It gives you so much to lose.
[ Door hinges creak ] [ Car doors close ] You don't have to worry.
I know what I have.
You should have seen Jody take out that vamp.
She would have taken a bullet for me.
Does that mean you're gonna make her life less hellish? I solemnly swear not to hunt like a dumbass.
Jody said that she's gonna teach me to vet leads and teach me how to investigate.
She think I'm gonna get myself killed.
You all right? Yeah.
Ahh, thanks.
Dude, we got ribs and, uh, two tubs of sauce 'cause you're not touching mine.
Made them for dinner last night, but didn't get to eat it, what with the multiple kidnappings and all.
[ Chuckles ] - Yeah.
- Yeah.
- One second.
- Mm.
Are you gonna be all right? Yeah.
School on Monday.
You're just gonna go take a bio quiz and pretend like you didn't almost get slaughtered? You're not giving up hunting, are you? Hell, no.
Alex, other vamps may come for you.
I know.
And I'll be ready.
And when I get my life together, I might be moving on.
Alex, you don't have to leave to protect us.
That's not why.
I can't be around what you all are doing -- the things you're fighting.
Are you gonna be all right now that you're outnumbered again? Ah, as long as everyone wears a condom, we'll be fine.
[ Chuckles ] I want that bumper sticker.
[ Chuckles ] [ Engine starts, revs ]