Holy Terror

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Tippi Blevins: C | 166 USERS: A-
Hardy Boy, Your Angels Came Home to Roost

Castiel starts glowing from the inside, bright and brighter, until he sort of supernovas. When the light fades, his wounds are all healed. Theo has been watching the whole thing in a state of shock, bleeding from the neck. Even though he's basically a harmless human being now, Castiel smites him with a mojo hand to the forehead. That... can't be all there is to it, can it? Just steal somebody else's grace with a nick to the throat? There better be some funky repercussions to this, like Castiel suffers from grace transplant rejection, or something.

When Malachi returns to the torture chamber some time later, he finds the hallway outside littered with the dead bodies of his minions. Theo lies slumped against the wall, smoke still pouring out of his empty eye sockets.

Back at the LOL, Dean can't find Sam anywhere. "Hey, have you seen Sam?" he asks Kevin. "He went out," Kevin says. "Have you noticed he's been doing that a lot?" Dean's reaction shows that he hasn't noticed. Sam's like one of those kids on The Walking Dead who's always wandering off and nobody realizes until it's too late.

Castiel finds a working payphone and calls Dean. "I don't have a lot of time," he says. "The leader of the opposition is an angel named Malachi." He explains Malachi captured and tortured him, but that he got away. Dean's first question isn't "OMG are you all right and is your beautiful face damaged?" but "How?" Castiel, ashamed, explains, "I became what they became: a barbarian." The blood all down the front of his shirt looks like raspberry jam, and not very much like blood in the harsh light of day. Dean wants to know where Castiel is going, but Castiel thinks its better they stay apart. "I'll be okay – I got my grace back," he says, then corrects himself: "Well, not mine, per se, but it'll do." Dean is surprised to hear that Castiel is an angel again. "Are you okay with that?" he asks. "If we're going to war, I need to be ready," Castiel says. Plus, it's going to cut way down on his grocery bills. Dean's still trying to wrap his head all around this when Castiel drops the bomb that Ezekiel is dead. "He died when the angels fell," Castiel explains. Dean's face is so stunned by this news that all it can do is look pretty in total silence for a few seconds.

When he's done with that, he stomps into the library where Kevin is huddled over the tablet. He slaps the table with both hands. "I need a spell, ASAP," he says. "Everyone needs a spell and it's always ASAP," Kevin sighs. Dean says he wants a spell that will "power down" an angel for a few seconds so that he can convince its human vessel to expel it. He tries to sell it as a general plan to help the humans currently being possessed by Bartholomew's and Malachi's minions. Kevin is a bit confused, perhaps because it's been a whole lotta seasons since the Winchesters cared about the human hosts of demons or angels.

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