I have to admit this episode didn't go over too well with me. It just seemed really dark, and ... heavy?
I liked Donna in the beginning but I'm kind of getting a little bored with her character. It's so obvious the way they're pushing her (I mean, she was just in the previous episode FCOL, and it's not as if this one is a continuation of that) it's for the spinoff and then having Doug leave her in the end sets up for her and Jody to be taking care of those girls with nothing or no one holding them back.
Nice red herrings with the pastor guy and the one asking to wash their car windows. But did we really find out how/if the pastor was involved since they found the girl's shirt in his car? I know they were saying "Oh maybe it was planted there?" Did they ever find out if that was the case? Or was this something we should just assume?
The cashier guy at the truck stop was an easy guess from the creepy way he was acting and the FBI guy was a little harder to guess, but I wasn't too surprised that he was involved, with the way he was so insistent on joining them. The whole thing about kidnapping people and auctioning off their body parts was pretty gruesome...I really don't like things like that.
I was a bit surprised in Sam's behavior, sleeping in so late and all that. Nice little pep talk from Dean about how he's there for him and how they will find Mom and Jack. But what Sam said at the end bothered me, about how it's only going to end bloody. I wonder if that's foreshadowing in a way for the very end of the show. I hate even thinking about that.