Sam and Dean head to Oklahoma to investigate a recent spate of insect related deaths around a new housing development.



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Episode cast overview:
Larry Pike
Lynda Bloome
Matt Pike
Joanie Pike
Travis Weaver
Jimmy Herman ...
Joe Whitetree
Mi-Jung Lee ...
Dustin Burwash


After a construction worker is killed by insects burrowing into his brain, Sam and Dean investigate the town's history and find that the new housing development is being built on sacred Indian land. The Indians put a curse on the land after their reservation had been ravished and destroyed. Sam and Dean must find a way to survive and kill the deadly swarm of bees, locusts, spiders and beetles. Written by Anonymous

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8 November 2005 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Approximately 60,000 bees were used in the attic scene. Unfortunately, they were unseen on camera so CGI was still used in order to see the bees on screen. See more »


After Dean and Sam speak with the tribal man, as they get into their car you can see crew shadows and a boom mic in the boot of their car. See more »


Matt Pike: Sorry, I told the truth.
Dean Winchester: We had a plan, Matt. What happened to the plan?
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References The Birds (1963) See more »


Rock of Ages
Written by Joe Elliot, Steve Clark and Mutt Lange
Performed by Def Leppard
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Perhaps the writers had their 8-year-olds write this episode!
24 August 2009 | by (India) – See all my reviews

The storyline for this episode is weak and not worked well upon. Sam and Dean, thanks to the writers who have depended on co-incidental rather than an intelligent mystery-solving story, get lucky throughout the story and use none of their daemon-hunting skills that the show is all about. The way the two get from one step to another on their way to unveil the mystery is totally uninteresting. Replace Sam and Dean with me and my accountant brother and still the episode would be believable. What's more, no imagination has been put in creating the evil spirit here. It's not just unoriginal but badly adapted from whichever of the numerous sources it has been taken from.

All in all, just an episode to fill the spot.

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