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"Nothing is safe."
"The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo" proved this in spades. Both sides of this fight have high stakes and a lot to lose.
We start with the brothers back at the cabin, piecing together what Dick Roman is really up to. Frank's intelligence dug up data about a location in Wisconsin, but not what it was intended for. Bobby provides that final piece---and for humans it is not a good outlook. He tells the boys that the research labs are to cure all the major diseases---not because they're here to help, but to create the perfect livestock. Roman Enterprises has already purchased other food franchises in order to replicate the effects the TDK Slammer had on its victims---this time without the violence. Dick Roman's ultimate plan is to set up slaughter houses where "we're the beef."
Before they can continue the conversation, an email pops up and draws the brothers attention away from Bobby. It is from Frank, and the news is not good. He is to be presumed dead---or someone has started to hack the hard drive he kept that contained his research into Dick Roman---as well as sensitive information about the brothers themselves.
To make matters worse, when Sam traces it, he finds that it is located at Roman Enterprises. All of their information has fallen into the enemies hands, and the corner they've been backed into could become significantly smaller. If Dick Roman can obtain that information---from new aliases, hideouts, and even the location of Baby, he can plot a checkmate on the Winchesters. Rather than focusing on just what Dick Roman is up to, the brothers must make a trek to the "Death Star," and find a way to retrieve the information before that can happen.
Meanwhile, we follow Charlie, an astute, intelligent, and computer savvy woman as she heads to work. She dresses casual and edgy---complete with her bright red hair. Princess Leia is emblazoned on her shirt with the word "Rebel" underneath. Charlie does not seem to fit the profile of a typical corporate employee. She zips through security while listening to her iPod---the song "Walking on Sunshine" blaring, and as she rides the elevator she breaks into dance. Upon arrival she has resumed a more reserved pose and makes her way towards her cubicle.
Her cubicle reflects her. It is peppered with various super heroes and bobble heads. Clearly, Charlie is a sci fi and fantasy enthusiast---evidenced most by her bobble head of Hermoine from Harry Potter. She promptly sits down and starts to make some searches---and an illegal wire transfer as she's managed to hack into various Super PACS. Her co-worker is shocked and warns her that she could be caught. Charlie scoffs---until the supervisor calls her to his office.
Once there, she encounters none other than Dick Roman himself. She has been working for the company for awhile, and he is impressed with her skills. He is also aware of her illegal activity, and he finds it "adorable." To Dick Roman, her ability to hack and break codes is "indispensable." He needs her to break the code Frank has placed on the hard drive containing all the information that he needs to destroy Sam and Dean. He gives her three days to complete the task, and Charlie returns to her cubicle to do just that.
It isn't until she gets in that she realizes that she's perhaps in way over her head. Frank is explicit in his descriptions of the Leviathan. He explains that they are the "super monster," and are ancient creatures. He describes how "blood is black" and "black is blood," and that "decapitation is key." He also fingers Dick Roman as the Leviathan leader. Charlie tells her coworker she's certain she's tripped into the "looney bin" with what she's found. She needs to find her supervisor to inform him that she's managed to break the hard drive open"”-only to witness that what she discovered on that hard drive is real.
Dick Roman, ever the calculated and careful monster, has decided to place one of his own to monitor Charlie's progress. The task is too important and vital. Charlie sees his underling shape shift into her supervisor and eat him. In a panic, she flees home to pack and possibly get out of town as quickly as possible.