They investigate the dead body of one of the patients who said he saw the monster. After they find his brain has been sucked dry, Martin says it’s a wraith. They can pose as a human but will show in a mirror. It turns out the wraith is Dr. Fuller.
Sam attacks Dr. Fuller and cuts his arm, but the cut doesn’t burn, so it isn’t really him. While drugged, Sam suggests that Dean is actually crazy and seeing things.
Dr. Cartwright catches up with Dean in the hallway and it turns out she isn’t real. Then Dean realizes he is seeing everyone as a demon in the mirror.
When Sam goes back into the day room, he hallucinates a ton of patients attacking him, and we see him fighting the air. Dean just sits there watching. He then goes to see Martin and tells him that their crazy is the clue. Dean posits that the monster not only feeds on the insane, but it also makes people insane. He thinks Wendy, a patient, is the wraith. She kissed both brothers. However, when they go to his room, they find one of the nurses, Foreman, has already attacked Wendy.
Nurse Foreman then goes after Sam, who has been restrained because of his violence. Dean shows up before Dean kills him and they fight and it’s kind of gross and Dean is able to stab the wraith with silver. They then escape.
When the brothers are caught in the morgue, to get out if it, Dean pulls down his pants, puts his arms in the air and yells, “Pudding!”
In Dean’s sessions with his therapist, he is honest since they are under the guise of being “crazy” and the therapist points out how much of a burden it is to feel the weight of the responsibility of saving six billion people.
Dr. Fuller talks to Sam after he apologizes for attacking him, and Dr. Fuller observes the amazing amount of anger in Sam, calling him “like a man possessed.” An interesting choice of words.
State of the Week:
“I don’t know. I don’t have any elephant books.” – Dean
“Did the nurse?” – Sam
“She was very thorough.” – Dean
“The relationship you have with your brother seems dangerously codependent.” – Dr. Fuller
“And you’re my paranoid schizophrenic with narcissistic personality disorder and religious psychosis.” – Dr. Cartwright
“Are you still crazy?” – Sam
“Not any more than usual.” – Dean
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