CHILDREN SHOULDN'T PLAY WITH DEAD THINGS
airdate: October 19, 2006
directed by Kim Manners
written by Raelle Tucker
- Dean: We can't just waste 'em with a headshot?
Sam: Dude, you've been watching way too many Romero flicks.
- Sam: Silver bullets?
Dean: yeah, enough to make her rattle like a change purse.
|Played by:Tamara Feldman|
|Motivation: Stay alive and take revenge on those who hurt her|
|Fate: Laid to rest by Dean and Sam|
- Was it wrong for John to make a deal to bring Dean back from the brink of death?
- Much to Dean's surprise, a shot to the head does not kill a zombie.
- When Sam deposits his father's dog tags at his mother's tombstone, it can be seen that they read:
Type - AB
- Supergrass - "Sad Girl"
- Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things is a 1972 zombie movie in which a group of actors lead by their director, Alan, performs a black magic ritual in a graveyard, causing the dead to rise and kill them all.
- Dean comments about the dead girl's relationship with the boy who revived her, "It's got unrequited Duckie-love written all over it." This is a reference to the movie Pretty in Pink, in which Duckie (Jon Cryer) spends the whole movie pining over his best friend (Molly Ringwald).
"Hello?" Mysterious cell phone messages turn law-abiding citizens into killing machines. The brothers' investigation leads them to an easy-going slacker who shares Sam's psychic abilities.
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