Supernatural s15e04 Episode Script

Atomic Monsters

1 No, we were gonna end this, Sam.
Like you said.
We're gonna be free.
To perform this spell, I have to die.
It has to be you that kills me.
You didn't have a choice.
I'm pissed.
I'll be damned if I'm gonna let some glorified fanboy get the last word.
- Oh, no.
- Oh, Becky.
I am your number-one fan.
I'm samlicker81.
SAM: So you dosed me with love potion.
It wasn't all bad, right? Uh, Becky, would you excuse us for just a second? Uh-huh.
Amara, we belong together.
You're not complete.
You're not at full strength.
You can't leave this world.
You're trapped, diminished, abandoned.
[GUNFIRE.]
[GUNFIRE CONTINUES.]
[SHOUTING.]
[GRUNTING.]
[MUFFLED GUNFIRE, SCREAMING.]
[MUFFLED GUNFIRE, SCREAMS.]
MAN: Next to me.
Back up! Back up! - [SCREAMS.]
- [GUNSHOTS.]
[MAN BREATHING RAGGEDLY.]
Benny? - Dean.
- Hey.
- Dean.
- Hey, you're gonna be okay.
Naw I'm not.
I I'll see you on the other side, brother.
Benny [EXHALES.]
Benny.
[DEMON BREATHES RAGGEDLY.]
[GROANING.]
Where is he? He's closer than you think.
Where?! Maybe I'll tell you.
Right before I rip out your [GUNSHOT.]
He was right.
Closer than you think.
Sam? You know, I knew you'd come looking for me.
After Sioux Falls I suppose you had to.
What you did to them what you did to Bobby to Jody They tried to stop me.
But I will not be stopped.
Sam, you listen to me.
This is the demon blood.
You have to fight it! Why would I do that? [BONES CRACK.]
Sammy, please Please.
[BONES CRACK.]
[INHALES SHARPLY.]
[BREATHING HEAVILY.]
[BREATHES DEEPLY.]
Supernatural 15x04 Atomic Monsters [MUNCHING.]
Morning.
Morning.
Rough night? Yeah, just, uh weird dreams.
Yeah, been there.
Why don't you eat something? You'll feel better.
Dean, you know I don't eat It's veggie bacon.
- What? - You've been asking for it.
Yeah.
But every time I ask for it, you say, and I'm quoting, "I don't want any of that hippie, Sarah McLaughlin grass-eater crap in the Meat Man's kitchen".
Which, by the way, for what it's worth, you got to stop calling yourself "The Meat Man".
It It doesn't mean what you think it means.
[CHUCKLES.]
Yeah, it does.
Anyway, it's not that bad.
Give it a shot.
I'm good.
No, you're not.
The past few days, you've barely come outta your room.
Look, man, I get it, okay? With Jack and Rowena Rowena knew what she was getting herself into.
She knew what needed to be done.
Doesn't make it any easier.
No, it doesn't.
[CLEARS THROAT.]
Here.
- In the last month, Beaverdale, Iowa, - has seen more than a half-dozen cattle mutilations.
So, what, mountain lion, or Mm.
Three days ago, a girl's body showed up ripped to pieces.
Now, local badges think they've got themselves a psycho on their hands, but, I mean, come on, man, that sounds exactly like our thing.
So let's go check it out.
You know, Dean, you can handle this on your own, or or call up some of the other hunters No, no.
You and me.
Sam, we need this.
[SPITS.]
That That's real bacon, Dean.
You're damn right it is.
Meat Man! [INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS.]
BAILEY: Yeah, watch the bikes.
Davis, use a crosswalk.
Let's go! Keep it moving! So [CLEARS THROAT.]
our victim - Susie Martin.
- Yeah.
What happened to her, I can't even imagine.
The police said she was last seen here.
After cheer practice.
And the, uh, security cameras? Uh, the police checked but nothing.
Was she close to anyone? Susie was close to everyone.
She was part of the drama club, debate team, cheerleading, campus ministry you name it.
Any best friends? Mostly Veronica and the girls.
They're putting together a prayer vigil for her.
Excuse me, Mrs.
Bailey? Oh, Mr.
and Mrs.
Whitman, how can I help you? Well, it's just we heard a rumor that the game is gonna be cancelled this Friday? Oh, not canceled, rescheduled for the service.
For Susie.
Right.
And we're so sorry about what happened to her.
I mean, it's just so, so horrible, but Uh, we had a scout coming to that game for Billy from Yale.
A young lady is dead, and you're worried about a football game? It's lacrosse.
Who are you? Agent Plant, FBI.
Oh.
It's just, [SIGHS.]
Yale's Billy's first choice, and if he doesn't get in, it'll be the end of the world.
Actually, the end of the world is the end of the world.
- Of course.
- Of course.
But maybe you could have the the little prayer thing at halftime? - Or - No.
- Well, is - No.
I see.
Well thank you for your time.
I swear, the parents are worse than the kids.
[CHUCKLES.]
Hey.
Any luck at the morgue? [JAR RATTLES.]
- Is that a ? - Vamp fang.
Vampires drain their victims.
Vamps don't rip their bodies apart.
Apparently, this one does.
And it gets a little weirder.
Coroner said that there were no sign of defensive wounds, so it's like she didn't even fight.
So whoever killed her, maybe it was someone she knew.
And according to the vice principal, she kind of knew everyone.
Oh, that's awesome.
That's awesome.
Ha! You see that beaver? I know.
Cheer practice was so long, right? I swear, Veronica's so fake.
[MOCKING.]
"I'm lost without Susie.
It's like a piece of my heart is gone".
- Gag me.
- [CAR ALARM CHIRPS.]
Okay, yeah.
Later.
[BRANCHES RUSTLING.]
- [ROAR.]
- [SCREAMS.]
[TIRES SCREECHING.]
So, this is where they found Susie's body? Yeah.
You notice what's missing? Blood.
So, how does a freak gut a girl and not make a mess? By killing her somewhere else and dumping her here.
- Looks like.
- Yeah.
Great.
Well, local police are freaked.
Never seen anything like this.
They got no idea how to deal.
Of course not.
That's our job.
We keep them from dealing with the truth, with what's out there, and we carry the weight.
It's great.
Meanwhile, they get to go back to living in their white picket fence bubbles.
You know, ever since you were a kid, you wanted to live in a town like this.
Lame, normal Yeah, we don't get normal.
And these towns, everything's the end of the world.
You're late for work, your kid doesn't get into the right school whatever.
They don't [SCOFFS.]
They have no idea what's out there.
[CELLPHONE RINGS.]
Huh.
Vice Principal Bailey? Yes.
Really? Of course, uh, on our way.
We got another one.
Seat belts, seat belts.
Okay.
We know, Dad.
Got this, got that, got that.
You're forgetting something.
Motion-sickness pills for Junior.
He would've been fine, babe.
It's just Lake Michigan.
- Hardly any chop.
- Four hours in a boat? Rod Jr.
gets seasick in the tub.
Where would I be without you? Covered in puke.
[CHUCKLES.]
Have fun, sweeties! Thanks, Mom, we will.
Wow.
Felt that.
You can't wait to have the house to yourself.
Oh, you have no idea.
[ENGINE STARTS.]
- Bye, Mom! - Bye! ROD JR.
: Bye, Mom! Becky, wait! Becky, please.
Becky, please wait.
What are you doing here? I just I wanted to I needed to see you.
Well, I don't want or need to see you.
I'm sorry, I I know we're not together anymore, and it seems like you're doing great.
I just I I wanted to talk.
Catch up.
It's been a rough couple of weeks.
That's not my problem.
Wait, Becky, please.
I don't have anywhere else to go.
Tori Taylor never came home last night.
She was talking to a friend on the phone, in the parking lot, and then gone.
What about her vehicle? It's still there, which is Not good.
Her parents are worried sick.
They - Do you think she and Susie - Let's start with this.
The girls, did they have anything in common? They're both cheerleaders.
Well, somebody's got a fetish.
Excuse me? I, uh We'll look into it.
What are these? BECKY: My maquettes.
You make them? I run the most successful Etsy site for unofficial "Supernatural" merchandise in the country.
Probably the world.
Wow.
So you're still, um Still what? Uh, obsessed with my work.
You mean my work.
Look, what you were writing, it was real like, really real.
You sort of channeled Sam and Dean's lives because you're a prophet.
I Yeah.
Yes, I am.
And, sure, I got a little obsessed, and it took me to a dark place.
What I did to Sam [SHUDDERS.]
So, after some pretty intensive counseling, I realized I wasn't in love with the real Sam Winchester.
I loved his character.
So instead of reading your stories, I kept writing my own.
Your own "Supernatural"? Where the guys didn't have to hunt monsters all the time.
They just sit around and do laundry and talk, you know? I mean, that's what people like the most, anyway.
Well, I mean, people like monsters.
Meh.
Anyway, I got an online following, and it wasn't paying the bills, so I started to make these handcrafted miniatures.
They took off, started turning a profit, and here I am.
Right.
Right, right, right, right, right.
But people like monsters, though.
They do.
I mean, leviathans are cool.
What? They're all teeth! Anyway, I have the house to myself for the first time in months.
This was supposed to be my catch-up day.
I have billing to do, orders to fill, three AU Fic deadlines breathing down my neck.
So if you want to talk, talk.
Fast.
Like, there's Like, they don't even have lips.
- They're just, like, teeth face.
Raa - Chuck! - Okay.
- Now.
All right.
Fine.
All right, so I had a bit of a falling out.
With who? The Winchesters? Things were said.
Uh Now I've found myself low on, um resources.
I went to ask my sister for help, and she rejected me.
'Cause she sucks.
And now I'm just stuck.
So I thought I'd come see you, my number-one fan.
And, I don't know, see if you can help make me feel big again.
So, you want me to fluff you? W I mean, no.
You do.
You thought you could just come back to me, your pathetic ex, your number-one fan, and get what you've always gotten from me a nice big crank on your ego.
Well, I mean Well, sorry, that's not me anymore, Chuck.
I am married to an amazing man, I have two great kids, and I like myself, Chuck.
For the first time in a long time, I like myself.
So I don't need you.
I know.
You don't need me.
No one does.
I'm happy for you Becky, that you like yourself.
Because I kind of hate me right now.
Really? Yeah, I just don't know what I'm doing.
I feel so lost.
[SIGHS.]
Okay.
Well What makes you happy? Writing.
Creating.
Then, Chuck, you have to write.
Really? You're sure? Okay, all right.
Thanks, Toby.
Appreciate it.
Seriously? We're questioning mascots now? Smart kid.
He's actually got a full ride to IU.
Don't underestimate the mascot, man.
The guy's got access.
He knows a lot about cheerleaders.
In a mostly-non-creepy kind of way.
Anyway, so, turns out Susie was in charge.
Then with her gone, Tori was set to take over, except - Not anymore.
- Yeah.
Okay.
So, who's third in line to the throne? Mm.
Not the mascot, but he knows.
I can't believe she's really I know.
It's just It's like a piece of my heart is gone.
Billy, I know you and Susie were close, but if there's anything you need I JANET: Billy! I have to go.
Yeah.
All right.
We are here to celebrate the life of my friend, Susie No.
[CLEARS THROAT.]
We are here to celebrate the life of my best friend, Susie my best friend, Susie, who I miss like [SIGHS.]
like she was a part of me.
And in many ways, she is still a part of me.
She'll always be a part of all of us.
Susie Martin was as rare as a ghost orchid and as unique as a snowflake.
So beautiful inside and out.
But as Robert Frost tells us, "Nothing gold can stay".
And that's what Susie was pure gold.
[SLOW CLAPPING.]
That's good stuff.
Especially the part about the snowflake, and, uh, getting choked up.
I mean, if you're gonna milk it, really get in there and squeeze, you know? I'm sorry.
Who are you? FBI.
We're here about Susie.
Uh, you mean about who killed her? Yeah.
Yeah, now that she's gone and then Tori, really kind of worked out for you, didn't it? We should talk.
Outside.
[CHUCKLES.]
Um, I I think I should go.
Wait, wait, wait.
Veronica do you have braces? Yeah.
So? Friggin' braces? Kinda makes it impossible to fang out.
All right, so if she's not our vamp, then who is? You weren't out front.
I had to find you.
It was embarrassing, Mom.
I just wanted to help.
- Susie would have want - No.
We do not say her name.
Would you talk to your son, please? [WATER RUNNING.]
Just listen to your mother.
[SIGHS.]
Really? I need wine.
[MUFFLED SHOUTING, SCREAMING.]
You have anything stronger? BECKY: We have cran-apple juice.
Hmm.
I'm good.
[SIGHS.]
It's just, things are different now, Becky.
I mean, I used to be able to see Sam and Dean in my head, wherever they were, whatever they were doing.
It was all just there, ripe for the picking.
And now it's just gone.
Because you lost your prophet powers? Yeah.
Something like that.
Then write about something else.
But this it.
I mean, this is my favorite story.
Then write about them.
I-I Okay.
I feel like we're going in circles now.
No, you're going in circles.
You're a writer, a writer who's not writing.
And when a writer's not writing, they feel sad, and they get lost.
And the writer asks themselves, "Why do I feel this way? Why am I so sad and lost?" And what does all this navel-gazing and hair-pulling amount to in the end? Procrastination, distraction.
Just one of a million ways the writer avoids doing the one thing that is all but guaranteed to make the writer feel better.
Which is ? Writing.
But what if I can't? [SCOFFS.]
You can.
The only question is, will you? [CHUCKLES.]
How'd you learn all this? I'm a writer, too, Chuck.
Oh.
I mean, fanfic it's not really the same thing Writing's writing.
Okay.
The self-sabotage, the doubts, the struggle against time.
So whenever I have a spare minute, I write.
Yeah.
Yeah! Wait.
I didn't mean right now Shh, shh, shh! BAILEY: This is the security footage from last night.
Do we have any idea who that might be? No clue.
He's wearing a mask.
Well, crap.
Wait a second.
Go back.
Uh, zoom into that.
You got it? Yeah.
BILLY: You're worried about the game? I mean, this is insane! This is what we've been worked for, what we've sacrificed so much for.
Well, I never asked you to.
We're your parents.
You don't need to ask.
Everything that we have done has been for you.
We just want you to be happy.
HENRY: Son, we're trying our best.
W-What do you want from us? Listen to what I'm saying I don't want anything.
I never wanted any of this! That's the point! [DOORBELL RINGS.]
Hi.
Your dad home? [MUFFLED WHIMPERING.]
Uh, Dad? Billy, get upstairs.
Now.
Good thinking.
You don't want the kid to see this part.
I don't know what you're talking about.
Yeah, sure you do.
Those girls that went missing that was you.
[MUFFLED WHIMPERING.]
[CRASHING.]
On it.
Look, arrest me.
Fine.
Just Just please leave my family out of it.
[LIGHT SWITCH CLICKS.]
Arrest you? No, see? We're not FBI.
SAM: Shh.
I'm here to help, okay? Just hang in there.
Hang in there.
And we know exactly what you are.
I'm gonna get you out of here, okay? I got you.
I got you.
[GUN COCKS.]
You shouldn't be here.
Sammy, how's it going back there?! Okay.
Was not expecting that.
How's she doing? Not good.
She's lost a lot of blood.
She needs a doctor.
Janet, what are you doing? I'm saving this family.
No.
Listen.
It's over, okay? They They caught me.
You just need to get Billy and leave.
Please.
[SIGHS.]
Well? It's so good! You did it.
Congratulations! Yeah? I mean, the story I loved it.
In fact, I'm feeling so inspired, I would love to just jump in and get back to my own work.
No, no, no, you're shining me on.
What? No, I'm not It's a rough draft, Becky.
You've gotta have some notes.
Just, like, one note.
[SIGHS.]
Okay.
If I had to give one note The jeopardy, Chuck it's feeling a little thin? Low-stakes? It's fun to hear the boys' voices, but a story is only as good as its villain, and these villains are just not feeling very dangerous? Not to mention, there's no classic rock.
No one even mentions Cass.
The climax is a little stale.
Boys tied up again while we get the villains' monologue, which, frankly, isn't one of your best.
A little originality wouldn't hurt.
You want jeopardy? You want danger? Move! [KEYS CLACKING.]
I'll give you danger.
Chuck? Chuck? Chuck! Dad, what's going on Your dad's a vampire.
That's what's going on.
Let me guess few weeks ago, maybe a month, you had a run-in with something big and mean.
It turned you.
You thought you could deal.
But the cow's blood or whatever just wasn't cutting it, so you upgraded to humans.
How am I doing? Am I right? No, I don't think you're right, Dean.
It's not the dad, it's the son.
- Shut your mouth! - Mom - Billy, go! - No.
You're right, about all of it.
Okay? But what happened with Susie, I didn't We were together.
We were kissing I could hear her heart [HEART BEATING.]
[BITES.]
[GASPS.]
BILLY: And her blood, and she it just tasted so good, I just I couldn't stop.
[SUSIE SCREAMING.]
Then what? I told my mom and dad.
So, you, what chopped up the body? Made it look like some wannabe Bundy? And then grabbed Tori and [SCREAMS.]
and kept her as his own personal blood bag? Awesome parenting.
Awesome.
This is not Billy's fault.
He was the victim.
What were we supposed to do? You were gonna let me just cut off your head.
You don't have children, do you? Because if you did, you would know that to see your child in pain rips your heart out.
And you'd know that you'd do anything.
You'd die for them.
- Or kill for them.
- Mom, no.
We can bury them out back, under the peonies.
Everything is going to be fine.
There's no way you believe that.
Mom Stop.
We just wanted him to have a normal life.
Mom, I can't.
That's what I've been trying to tell you.
I can't.
I killed someone that I loved, and I'll do it again.
I know I will.
I can't control this! I'm a monster.
So here's what's gonna happen.
You're gonna take Tori to the hospital, and you're gonna tell them that I kidnapped her.
What? No.
Dad said he was wearing a mask when he grabbed her.
Tori won't know.
You tell them I took her and then I ran away.
Billy, don't do this.
Then you and me we're gonna go for a ride.
That's how this works right? I'm sorry, Mom.
But this is the best way.
This is the only way.
[CRYING.]
Finding room to breathe Go on beyond your way And see And though The sounds of someday May be home And though The sounds of someday May be home Yeah No.
You can't I did.
Y This is just an ending.
Yeah.
I don't know how I'm gonna get there, but I know where I'm goin'.
B-But it's so dark.
But great, right? I can see it now "Supernatural: The End".
And the cover is just a gravestone that says "Winchester".
The fans are gonna love it.
Well? It's awful! Horrible.
It's hopeless.
You can't do this to the fans.
What you did to Dean? What you did to Sam? There, see? It's making you feel something.
That's good, right? - No! - [DOOR CLOSE.]
ROD: Babe! We're home! Babe! You have to leave.
Nah, I kind of like it here.
Babe, you wouldn't believe what happened.
- Please.
- Junior was fine, but I puked everywhere.
Babe? Hey.
[SCREAMS.]
Rod?! What happened? Where is he? He's gone.
What?! - Hey, Mom, we're back! - Hi, Mom! ROD JR.
: Dad got sick! He threw up all over the side - of the b - Dad threw u No! The kids.
Oh, don't worry.
They're not dead.
They're just away.
Oh, yeah.
I'm God.
What are you No.
You bring them back.
You bring them back! [VOICE BREAKING.]
Please you can't do this.
Oh, Becky.
I can do anything.
I'm a writer.
Well, that was an interesting one.
Yeah.
[CHUCKLES.]
What Henry did we'd have done the same thing.
For Jack.
If we had the chance.
Yeah.
Yeah, we would.
Look, man, I get it.
I get it.
We have lost way, way too much.
And it's hard not to feel like just cashing out.
I felt like that.
After Chuck, back at the crypt.
But you know what brought me back? You did.
By sayin' that what we do still matters.
I mean, that's why I wanted to drag us out here.
That's why I wanted to to work a case, to save lives, you know? 'Cause it is it's a it's a crap job.
We do the ugly things so that people can live happy.
Yeah.
Yeah.
Lucky them.
Yeah, lucky them.
But it doesn't change a thing.
You know what I mean? We still do the job.
But we don't do it for us.
We did it for Jack, for Mom, for Rowena.
We owe it to anybody who has ever gave a damn about us to keep putting one foot in front of the other.
No matter what.
And, hey, man, like you said, now that Chuck's gone, we're finally on our own.
We are finally free to move on, you know? I don't know.
Uh I-I don't know if I can move on.
You know, I I I I can't forget any of them.
Dean, I still think about Jessica.
I I can't just let that go.
No, man, that's not what I'm talking about.
I know, I know, I know.
I'm sorry.
I know.
But But what I'm saying is that I don't feel free.
What we've done, what we've lost, right now, that is what I'm feeling, and and sometimes it's Sometimes it's like I-I-I can't even breathe.
But maybe tomorrow.
You know, maybe I'll I'll feel better in the morning.
And what if you don't? I don't know.
Oh, yeah.
This is gonna be good.