Dean has a one-night-stand that turns murderous on Supernatural Season 7, Episode 13. Here’s a look at the events from The Slice Girls.
When Sam finds a suspicious case, the brothers head off to it. Of course, Dean wants to focus on Dick Roman instead, but Sam makes it clear that people need their help. What could possibly go wrong in Supernatural Season 7, Episode 13?
Well, “The Slice Girls” leads to Dean having a one-night-stand. Here’s a look at a remind of the events from the episode.
The mysterious symbol
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It all starts with a case of four men dying within the space of two weeks. When the brothers get to Seattle, they find out that the latest victim was found with a strange symbol carved into his chest. On top of that, the DNA found at the scene doesn’t appear to be human.
Dean decides to head to a bar while Sam researches the symbol. That’s when he meets a woman called Lydia and they have a one-night-stand. All normal, right? We’ll get to the problem.
Before we can get to that, the Winchesters are called to the scene of another crime the following morning. There isn’t much that connects the cases, except for the way the men die and that they’re all good-looking and successful men in their 30s. However, the friend of the latest victim shares that the vic’s wife was leaving him due to an affair.
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Heading back to the one night stand
There’s a general rule that you never go back to the house of your one-night-stand, but Dean has to. Bobby’s flask, which has become his keepsake, is missing and he assumes he left it at Lydia’s house. She hasn’t seen it and gets him away from the house. Sam finds it amusing that Dean is being blown off.
However, it turns out that the not-previously-pregnant Lydia is giving birth to a baby girl. Women surround her, calling for the “next woman” and naming the girl Emma.
The following day, Dean decides to head back to the house for the flash. She has found the flask and Dean heads inside, only to find out that Lydia has a toddler. However, things are strange when he hears the toddler speaking to Lydia like a preteen.
While this happens, Sam heads to the crime lab, where he finds out that all the victims were at the Cobalt Room before they died. They all had flings with women before being murdered.
That’s not the only pattern. Sam finds one to murders every two years across different cities.
Dean can’t help much with the case as he’s watching Lydia’s house. He watches a group of women go in and then leave with a girl about five years old. Not strange? Lydia calls the girl Emma, a name she told Dean earlier, and gives her a locket. Dean follows the women to watch them and Emma head into a building.
The Amazon connection
That night, Sam hears from a university professor that the symbol is a version of that found on the goddess Harmonia’s from Greek mythology. A myth says that Harmonia and Ares’ offspring were the Amazons, a tribe of female warriors who only used men to procreate. Once pregnant, the women would kill their lovers.
The Amazons became monsters after a deal with Harmonia. The pregnancies would take just 36 hours and the children would grow up quickly until they were adolescents. The mating cycle is two years, connecting each of the victims. Sam now connects all the dots and suggests that Emma is Dean’s child.
Meanwhile, the Amazons have found out that the Winchesters are hunters. Sam is added to the list of people to die since Dean was already on it.
Bobby’s spirit around?
While the brothers continue to research, Dean starts to get a feeling that Bobby’s spirit is in the room helping them uncover some research. Sam is sure the movement of papers was just an open window. There are also nearby power lines, so the EMF reader will be wonky.
Sam decides to head back to the professor for more information about Amazons (where he learns it’s the children who do the killing), leaving Dean alone in the motel room. It’s perfect timing for Emma to show up.
Emma tells Dean that she doesn’t want to be like the other women. She wants him to help her escape. Dean seems to be listening to the story and turns his back to get something from the fridge. Emma uses this chance to escape, but he was ready for her and points a gun at her.
As Emma tries to kill Dean, he can’t pull the trigger on his own flesh and blood. It’s Sam who gets to the motel in time to kill Emma. As for the Amazonians, they’re already gone.
One thing Sam notes on the way home is that Dean’s head isn’t in the game. This flash of uncertainty in killing Emma proved it.
What did you think of Dean’s reluctance to kill Emma? What did you think of the use of the Amazonian legend? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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