After Dean is fatally injured on a case, Sam thinks he's found a cure in a preacher who performs miracles. However, after they discover that these miracles are not as 'holy' as advertised, ... See full summary »

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After Dean is fatally injured on a case, Sam thinks he's found a cure in a preacher who performs miracles. However, after they discover that these miracles are not as 'holy' as advertised, the brothers race to stop them before another innocent life is sacrificed. Written by Amber Brooke, US

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This episode was beset with constant rain with most of the vehicles having to be towed because they kept getting stuck in the mud. See more »

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The opening scene with the taser doesn't depict the behavior of electricity accurately at all. Dean fires the taser, electrocutes the demon, and the electricity passes through the water and shocks him as well. Electricity always takes the path of least resistance, in this case, the demon's body. Even if some of it did go through the water (which would not be anywhere near enough current to electrocute a person, because fresh water is not particularly conductive), it would just go out one leg and into the other. The last thing it would do would be enter Dean's body. Not to mention that there wouldn't be any sparking either. See more »

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Dean Winchester: Can I ask you one last question?
Rev. Roy Le Grange: 'Course you can.
Dean Winchester: Why? Why me? Out of all those sick people why save me?
Rev. Roy Le Grange: Well like I said before, the Lord guides me. I looked into your heart and you just... stood out from all the rest.
Dean Winchester: What did you see in my heart?
Rev. Roy Le Grange: A young man with an important purpose. A job to do. And it isn't finished.
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Rich in drama and faith...
8 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Faith remains the best episode of the first season, simply because it goes from the basics of the show to provide a dark, more realistic look to the life lived on faith. Jensen Ackles gives it his best, as does the guest star Julie Benz, who can really act drama! The episode is deeper than most Supernatural episodes of the first season, an in that respect, it also creates a dread and gloom that is present in the direction and cinematography, which are both superb. The episode was criminally overlooked in the Emmys, but of course, why would the Emmys look at a supernatural show like this (seeing as how Buffy was snubbed madly as well).


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