Damn it Supernatural you killed Eileen. She was looking like an interesting recurring character with some much needed inclusion and you done killed her. By Hellhound – controlled by Arthur Ketch
This is part of the ongoing campaign of the Men of Letters to kill all American Hunters and apparently make them look like monster attacks
And some of those attacks are by Mary.
Mary is being imprisoned and brainwashed by the return of Lady Toni and her skill with mind altering substances to generally break down someone’s will and reality. Mary is duly terrified that she is losing herself and she is going to end up hurting and killing people she cares about. She desperately struggles, she desperately appeals to the connection she has with Arthur which, despite obviously hitting a chord, doesn’t move him. She even tries to commit suicide though he stops her.
She’s definitely sinking.
Meanwhile her sons are definitely noticing something is up. Mick is out of touch. Mary said something was up and then fell off the grid and more and more hunters are suddenly dying to the monsters. They expect a certain level of death, it’s not the safest profession after all. But the rate us suspicious
I do wonder why the Men of Letters are going to so much work to make it look like monster attacks – especially since that includes going so far as to actually use hellhounds
And where do they get hellhounds? Turns out evil Dr. Hess has a deal on with Crowley – demons can operate in the UK so long as they confine their activity to people who are making deals. The argument being that if they chose to make such a deal that it’s their own silly fault. At the same time Dr. Hess is awfully high handed with Crowley and the king of Hell takes exception
We also see that wonderful Men of Letters way of motivating people – the leadership of the new American Hunters will fall under either Arthur or Toni. Because the British Men of Letters believes in throwing their people against each other because team building exercises, I guess. Also everyone has slept with everyone so let’s have some more office tension.