airdate: October 28, 2014
directed by Jeannot Szwarc
written by Adam Glass
|WEREWOLF KATE RETURNS — A recent string of werewolf attacks points to a surprising culprit – Kate, the werewolf Sam and Dean let live.|
- Dean to Sam - "Hey, Man, Lester was gonna pay for that soul shake sooner or later, so technically it's still on you."
- Sam to Dean - "How can you possibly blame Kate for fighting for her sister? We do it all the time."
- Dean to Sam - "Maybe I'm not ready to hunt; but I'm just trying to do the right thing, Man, 'cause I'm so sick and tired of doing the wrong one."
|Brit Sheridan (Kate)||Emily Tennant (Tasha)|
|Primo Allon (Tommy)||Daniel Martin (Sheriff)|
- Is Dean having trouble adjusting to his life as a Hunter after being a demon? Will the Mark of Cain continue to affect him?
- Is Sam really OK with what he did to find Dean? Will his actions come back to haunt him too?
- How will Dean get rid of the Mark?
- Will Kate be able to resist eating human hearts in the future?
- How long will Cas' "borrowed" grace sustain him?
- Sam did do more than just encourage Lester to sell his soul in his bid to find Dean!
- It's possible (from his talk to Kate) that Dean thinks the Mark has doomed him forever.
- Dean feels*embarrassed about the things he did as a demon and seems to feel that he made some wrong decisions along the way to becoming one.
- Durham, Washington is a real place in King's County, Washington; but it's a former coal mining town that is a ghost town today.
- In "Black", Sam and Castiel discuss how Sam's shoulder got injured by a demon; but in this episode, Dean says that Sam sprained his elbow. In real life, Jared injured his shoulder play-wrestling with Osric Chau.
- When the Winchesters are relaxing at the shore of a lake, a nearby sign says "No Hunting".
- Kate the werewolf first appeared in season 8 ("Bitten").
- Primo Allen, the actor who played Tommy, also played a robber who gets shot in "Appointmentin Samarra".
- "We time" is a play on "Me time", which refers to someone's private time alone.
- "Flea bag" is Dean's pun referring to werewolves being dogs.
- "Sons of Anarchy" was a popular dramatic television series about bikers. Tasha's attack targetedpatronsat a biker's bar.
- "Bitcoin" is a digital currency.
- "Wolverine" is a superhero from The X-Men cartoons and comic books.
- The "Big Bad Wolf" is a character from a fairy tale; this is Dean poking fun at werewolves being dogs.
- "Booty calling" is when someone calls another person (especially at night) specifically to arrange to have sex.
- "Snuff film" is a videotaped recording of someone being murdered.
- "Paul Bunyan" is a fictional character fro m American folklore who was very tall.
- "Mary Kate and Ashley" refers to the Olsen twins, who were child actresses. Tasha is mocking Sam and Dean with this reference (perhaps for being handsome).
- "Werewolves of London" -- by Warren Zevon (plays when Tasha enters the biker bar)
- "Another Round" - by Kenny Greenberg (plays when Dean and Sam are talking to Tommy)
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|spnfanforever||Let's all talk about "Paper Moon" here!(page: 1 2 3 4)||79||Nov 12 2014, 4:31 AM EST byspnfanforever|
Thread started: Oct 23 2014, 7:29 AM EDT Watch
Here's your chance to sound off with your hopes for "Paper Moon" and your thoughts about this episode after it airs. 🙂
- So Dean's human again but what about what he did while he was a demon and what about Sammy's actions to try and find him? What's the guilt going to be like for both of them this episode?
And are they really back together again as brothers? We'll see, I guess...
Let us know what you think... And then tell us what you loved and what didn't you like so much about the whole episode...