The case they are investigating involves a man who died in a car accident in a parked car. They think the car is Little Bastard, the car that James Dean died in, and is thought to be cursed. Sam does research and finds that it’s a fake Little Bastard.
A man in his office is killed by Abraham Lincoln.
Dean then finds a reflection in the video of the first guy and it looks like James Dean. The brothers determine that it seems like famous ghosts are killing their fans.
They then find that the town, Canton, has a wax museum that has figures of Abraham Lincoln and James Dean. It also turns out that both of the dead guys were regular visitors of the museum. Sam and Dean visit the museum and talk to the curator, who tells them that there is no museum like it because they have Abraham Lincoln’s actual top hat and James Dean’s key chain. All of the statutes have accompanying artifacts.
The brothers go to the wax museum to burn all the objects with connections to the ghosts. As they start, a door slams and then Ghandi attacks Sam.
As they are packing to go, Sam questions the way the Ghandi ghost disappeared. Sam thinks the ghost was trying to bite him, and thinks it’s strange because Ghandi was a fruitarian. As they are about to leave, the sheriff calls them. They go to the station where two teenage girls tell them that Paris Hilton kidnapped their friend.
Sam finds seeds that lead them to the information that the demon is a Pagan god from Eastern Europe who can morph into infinite forms. They go back to the wax museum and the Paris Hilton shape shifter knocks both brothers out and ties them to poles.
Even though this case is supposed to be a fresh start, Sam walks in and overhears Dean on the phone saying something about the apocalypse and telling Bobby they all know whose fault it is. When Sam brings it up, Dean tells him that’s as fresh of a start as it gets. He isn’t at all apologetic. Apparently, Dean is still holding a grudge.
Sam tells Dean that the way they used to do things didn’t work. Dean interprets it as Sam saying what happened was his fault. Sam says that isn’t the case, but that Dean has to stop treating Sam like his little brother.
Dean tells Sam that maybe he is right. He acknowledges that he isn’t completely innocent in everything. He was so busy watching Sam’s every move that he didn’t pay attention to what everything was doing to Sam. Then he makes the ultimate acknowledgement of reconciliation to Sam. He offers to let him drive the Impala.
Dean gets beat up by Paris Hilton.
Impersonation of the Week:
Dean pretends to be a talent agent with William Morris Endeavor.
Notable Guest Stars:
Paris Hilton guest stars as a Pagan god.
State of the Week:
“Abraham Lincoln killed Mr. Hill. Can I go home now?” – Consul Alvarez
“That it muchos loco.” – Dean
“I’m going to make wax museums hip again.” – wax museum owner
“Is that Ghandi?” – Dean
“Yeah.” – Sam
“That dude is squirrelly.” – Dean
“Let me get this straight. Your ultimate hero was not only a short man in diapers, but he was also a fruitarian?” – Dean
“Either Paris Hilton’s a homicidal maniac-” – Dean
“Or we missed something.” – Sam
“Let’s go gank ourselves a Paris Hilton.” – Dean
“I’ve never even seen House of Wax.” – Dean
“Not a word!” – Dean
“Dude, you just got wailed on by Paris Hilton.” – Sam
“You wanna drive?” – Dean
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