Meaning Behind the Names: Season Four

4.01 Lazarus Rising.
The title of the episode, "Lazarus Rising" refers to Lazarus of Bethany who was raised from the dead by Jesus and whose story is recounted in the Gospel of John.
4.02 Are You There God? It's Me, Dean Winchester.
The title of this episode, refers to the Judy Blume book, Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret.4.03 In the Beginning.
The title of this episode, is from the Bible. Specifically it is from Genesis 1:1 "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth."

4.07 It's The Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester.
The title of the episode, references the 1966 Peanuts movie It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

4.08 I Know What You Did Last Summer.
The title of the episode, referencing the 1997 movie of the same name, I Know What You Did Last Summer.

4.10 Heaven And Hell
"Heaven and Hell" is the title of a Black Sabbath song.

4.13 After School Special
A term coined by the ABC for their made for television movie series dealing with conflicts of teenagers. See also CBS Schoolbreak Special.

4.15 Death Takes A Holiday
The title comes from a 1934 Fredric March movie where Death decides to live his life as a mortal.

4.16 On The Head Of A Pin
The title comes from the old question "How many angels do you fit on the head of a pin?"

4.17 It's A Terrible Life
The title is a play on the title of the 1946 movie "It's A Wonderful Life" starring James Stewart as a man who wonders what life would have been like if he were never born.

4.18 The Monster At The End Of This Book
The title is from the Sesame Street book where Grover cautions the reader that there is a monster at the end of the book and they shouldn't go there. At the end, Grover finds out the monster is himself.

4.19 Jump The Shark
The title is a television term taken from an episode of "Happy Days" where Fonzie jumps a shark. It usually denotes that a show is past its prime.

4.20 The Rapture
The title of the episode refers to the rapture, which is a term used to describe the events surrounding the second coming of Christ where the faithful is taken back to Heaven.

4.21 When the Levee Breaks
The title of the episode, referencing Led Zeppelin song of the same title, When the Levee Breaks.

4.22 Lucifer Rising
This is the title of a 1972 experiemental film by Kenneth Anger as well as an album by the Swedish heavy metal band Candlemass. It is also a play on the title of Season 4's first episode, Lazarus Rising

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