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Part 1 of 2. In the second-season finale, Sam is abducted by the Yellow-Eyed Demon and taken to a ghost town with others who have special abilities. The Demon intends to initiate war against the human race, and he tries to get Sam to join the fight by show (more…)
In the third-season opener, Sam and Dean team up with Bobby (Jim Beaver), but they have their hands full as they battle seven deadly demons who use the dark side of human nature to their advantage. Tamara: Caroline Chikezie. Isaac: Peter Macon.
Dean visits Lisa (Cindy Sampson), an old girlfriend he dated nine years ago, and is shocked to learn not only that she has an 8-year-old son named Ben (Nicholas Elias), but that the boy looks just like him. Later, Sam and Dean help when Ben goes missing; a (more…)
Sam and Dean come into possession of a rabbit's foot that belonged to their dad, but it's not necessarily good luck, because if it's lost, death follows within a week. Gordon: Sterling K. Brown. Bela Talbot: Lauren Cohan. Bobby: Jim Beaver.
Once upon a time, Sam and Dean visit a strange town where mysterious deaths seemed linked to fairy tales. Meanwhile, Sam summons the Crossroad Demon (Sandra McCoy) and threatens her with the rebuilt Colt unless Dean is released from the deal.
Sam and Dean learn that a male vampire is using human blood to turn women into unsuspecting bloodsuckers. Meanwhile, Sam is being pursued by Gordon, who has escaped from jail and become a much more dangerous threat. Dixon: Matthew Humphreys. Gordon: Sterli (more…)
Sam and Dean investigate murders committed by an anti-Santa who pulls his victims up the chimney; and Dean wants to celebrate a traditional Christmas since it will be his last, but Sam refuses, not wanting to accept that Dean won't be around next year.
Bobby is poisoned with a dream potion and lapses into a deadly coma, so Sam and Dean take the potion themselves to enter the dream and save him, but to do so they all must confront their own personal nightmares. Bela Talbot: Lauren Cohan.
Dean is shot and killed while investigating the disappearance of a man with Sam, who is stunned when he wakes up the next morning to find his brother alive and well. Then he realizes he is reliving the previous day and tries to prevent Dean's death.
Dean gets a mysterious phone call that appears to be from his dad (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), explaining how to get out of the deal, and he decides to follow the advice despite the fact that Sam doesn't believe it was really John on the line.
Sam and Dean investigate zombies in a small Pennsylvania town, where they find a doctor (Billy Drago) with a sinister agenda. Meanwhile, Bobby learns where Bela (Lauren Cohan) is hiding, so Dean confronts her, leaving Sam to deal with the doctor.
In the third-season ender, Sam summons Ruby (Katie Cassidy) for help as time begins running out for Dean. The brothers, against Ruby's advice, steal her knife and, with Bobby's help, prepare to face off against Lillith and her infernal minions in New Harmo (more…)
Sam and Dean encounter a man with a mysterious infection that transforms him into a flesh-eating monster. Sam thinks the man can be changed through reason to curb his newfound instincts, but Dean believes the most-humane thing to do is to kill him. Dameon (more…)
Several murders occur during an Oktoberfest celebration and it's learned a shape-shifting demon is responsible, and that it is taking the form of iconic movie monsters, such as a vampire, werewolf and mummy. The episode is presented in black and white.
Several men die from fright after being infected with a mysterious illness that causes acute anxiety, which leads to total terror. Sam and Dean investigate, and Dean becomes infected. Sam desperately searches for a cure before Dean dies and is sent back to (more…)
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- Premiered: September 21, 2006
- Rating: TV-14
- Premise: Two brothers hunt demons, ghosts and other supernatural entities as they investigate crimes caused by paranormal forces. (more)