|Clap Your Hands If You Believe
airdate: November 19, 2010
directed by John Showalter
written by Ben Edlund
|While investigating crop circles, Dean is abducted by the creatures responsible, only to discover that they are fairies. They release him, but Dean soon discovers that the fairies, which only he can see, aren't letting go so easily.|
- Dean - "Fight the fairies!"
- Dean - "I had a close encounter, Sam. And I won."
- Sam - "You should take a shower."
- Sam - "Hey, you're the one who pizza-rolled Tinkerbell. I'm just doing the math."
- Sam - "Dean ... did you service Oberon, King of the Fairies?"
|Robert Picardo||Devon Weigel|
|Sienna Bohn||Linden Banks|
- Does Sam really want his soul back?
- Fairies are strong, they fly around naked, and they're hot.
- Linden Banks, who played the watchmaker in this episode, also played the father in the creepy portrait in "Provenance."
- They are supposed to be in Elwood, but when you look through the watchmaker's window. you can see a water tower that say Carthage.
- When Dean returns after being abducted he walks in on Sam and the girl, as Sam is putting on his T-shirt the tattoo he and Dean both share is not on his chest anymore.
- The title is an allusion to Peter Pan, the character created by J.M. Barry, was friends with fairies (including Tinkerbell), and never grew old.
- There are several allusions to characters created by Carlo Collodi: Dean calls Sam Pinocchio (a carved puppet who wants to be a real boy). Sam calls Dean Jiminy Cricket (who served as his conscience), and also refers to the Blue Fairy (who eventually transforms him into a real boy).
The crystal lady tells the Winchesters that she thinks fairies are abducting first-born sons to service Oberon, to which Sam reacts by asking, "Dean ... did you service Oberon, King of the Fairies?"
Oberon and Titania are kind and queen of the fairies in William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
- Little Big Man
At the end, when talking about the dwarf prosecutor that Dean tackled, Sam says "Little big man," meaning he is a little person but also a "big man" for not pressing charges. But this is also the title of a 1970 film starring Dustin Hoffman as a white man who had been raised by Indians.
Unrelated except by coincidence, Little Big Man also was the name of a respected warrior of the Oglala Lakota. He was a contemporary of Crazy Horse, opposed the treaty to take away the Black Hills from the Sioux, and fought at Little Big Horn.
- David Bowie - "Space Oddity"
Meg is back! And she'd kidnapped the Winchester brothers to find out where Crowley is. They make a deal -- they will help her find Crowley in exchange for her getting information out of the new King of Hell about getting Sam's soul back. Castiel shows up to help but finds it difficult to work with Meg.
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