Jump the Shark Cast

Writers: Andrew Dabb Daniel Loflin Director: Philip Sgriccia Stars: Jared Padalecki (Sam Winchester) Jensen Ackles (Dean Winchester)   Recurring Role: Guest Stars: Jake Abel (Ghoul / Adam Milligan) Dedee Pfeiffer (Ghoul / Kate Milligan) Heather Feeney (Lisa Barton) Michael Puttonen (Cemetary Director) Eby Luking (Denise) Elenloth Latest page update: made by Elenloth , Nov 30…

Jump the Shark

Episode 420: The Rapture JUMP THE SHARK Episode 419 airdate: 23 April 2009 directed by Philip Sgriccia written by Andrew Dabb and Daniel Loflin A 19-year-old named Adam contacts Sam and Dean, claiming to be John Winchesters son. His mother is missing, and Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) piece together that something their…

Jump the Shark Allusions

EPISODE 419: JUMP THE SHARK Cemetery Director: Tell me, Agent Nugent, have you thought about where you might want to spend eternity? Referring to Ted Nugent. Theodore Anthony “Ted” Nugent is an American hard rock guitarist and vocalist from Detroit, Michigan. Title: The term Jump the Shark is a colloquial term that refers to the…

Jump the Shark Quotes

EPISODE 419: JUMP THE SHARK (about their father’s death) Adam: He’s a mechanic, right? Dean: A car fell on him. Dean: I’m starving, lets get breakfast. Sam: Where? We’re like two hours from anything. Dean: But I’m hungry now. Sam: There is probably still a sandwich in the back seat. Dean: It’s tuna. Adam: Okay,…

Jump the Shark Trivia

EPISODE 418: JUMP THE SHARK It’s never made clear why the ghouls take so long to kill Sam. They have several opportunities throughout the episode when he’s essentially alone and they can dispose of him when Dean is nowhere nearby, but instead they leave him alone. When the female bartender pours Dean the beer and sits…

Jump the Shark Recap

Back to Jump the Shark THEN: Lilith returned to Supernatural all grown up and wanting to have sex with Sam as part of a deal to stop breaking the Seals. That didn’t happen, but we did find out that a prophet named Chuck has seen the future, and it’s not so good. NOW: A woman…