|DEAD IN THE WATER
airdate: September 27, 2005
directed by Kim Manners
written by Sera Gamble & Raelle Tucker
|Dean learns about a mysterious drowning victim in Wisconsin, all related to a man named Billy Weston. The brothers Sam and Dean come to believe that a spirit is haunting the lake, causing this and other drownings. They discover that Billy and Steve Milton, the local sheriff, were in the Boy Scouts together, along with another child named Peter, who disappeared 35 years ago. Through prescient drawings made by Lucas, the son of the third victim, that Billy and Steve, both long time bullies, accidentally drowned Peter in the lake after school. After Lucas is lured into the lake by Peter and begins to drown, Steve jumps in, begging Peters forgiveness and to spare Lucas' life. Peter releases Lucas, who is saved by Dean and drowns Steve.|
- Andrea: [to Dean] Must be hard with your sense of direction. Never being able to find your way to a decent pickup line.
- Dean: [to Sam] Oh, God -- we're not going to have to hug or anything, are we?
- Lucas: Zeppelin rules!
Daniel Hugh Kelly
- Can Dean fix his sense of direction and find his way to a decent pickup line?
- And the ongoing question...where is John Winchester?
- Dean can relate to kids (but he can't draw).
- Both Sam and dean are good swimmers.
- There is no “Lake Manitoc” in Wisconsin.
- At 5:11 a boom-mic pops in at the top center while Will gives his line.
- Black Toast - "What a Way to Go"
- Ratt - "Round and Round"
- Billy Squier - "Too Daze Gone"
- Bad Company - "Movin' On"
- Dead In The Water is the name of a song by Hawthorne Heights.
- The opening scene is an homage to the opening of the 1975 movie, Jaws.
- Sam and Dean pose as FBI agents Ford and Hamill, an allusion to Harrison Ford (Han Solo) and Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker) from Star Wars.
A plane reservation is a ticket to terror when a phantom traveler forces a jet into a crash landing. Knowing the phantom is on another flight, Sam and Dean board to attempt an in-air exorcism