Supernatural: Season 1, Episode 13

Route 666 (31 Jan. 2006)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Drama, Fantasy, Horror
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Dean gets contacted by his first love, an African American woman, about racist murders that occur on a desert route, caused by a truck that seems driver-less

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In a lonely road in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, a black man driving a car is chased and hit by a truck, falling off-road and dying. His daughter Cassie Robinson calls her former boyfriend Dean and asks him to investigate the mysterious accident. Sam and Dean see that three Afro-Americans and the Caucasian Major of the town were killed in weird accidents on the same road. When the truck threatens Cassie, her Caucasian mother Mrs. Robinson tells a tragic racist murder that happened thirty years ago, and the brothers realize that they have to fight against a hatred spirit in a ghost truck. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Editor Anthony Pinker was amused by the notes he got from the network for this episode. Despite all the multiple deaths and violence in the show, Pinker was expressly told not to depict Cassie on top of Dean in their sex scene. See more »

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During the opening sequence of this episode, you can see that the truck is chasing down the car is empty. Once the scene continues, you can see a few camera men/ crew men riding in the back of the truck. See more »

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[Dean and Sam ask about the ghost truck]
Black Fisherman: Son this, this truck. Big scary monster-lookin' thing?
Dean Winchester: Yeah actually, I think so.
Black Fisherman: Hm.
Dean Winchester: What?
Black Fisherman: I have heard of a truck like that.
Sam Winchester: You have? Where?
Black Fisherman: Not where. When. Back in the sixties there was a string of deaths. Black men. Story goes, they disappeared in a big nasty black truck.
Dean Winchester: They ever catch the guy who did it?
Black Fisherman: Never found him. Hell, not sure they even really looked. See, there was a time, this town wasn't too friendly to all its citizens.
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Can't Find My Way Home
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Performed by Steve Winwood (as Stevie Winwood)
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Get your location right!
10 December 2009 | by (Houston, Texas) – See all my reviews

This is probably my least favorite episode. I lived in Cape Girardeau for quite some time. I can tell you there is no ocean or shrimp boats, fresh crab or scallops anywhere near Missouri. Cape Girardeau is the only inland Cape, it's on the Mississippi River. It looked like the license plates were from Mississippi, which may explain why there was so much racial tension. Missouri and Mississippi are 2 completely different states that don't touch one another. There are many roads in and out of town and none of them are Route 6 or Route 666. This whole inaccuracy was very distracting. Also, Cassie did not seem like someone who would want to hang around Dean if she was well educated. I did not buy them as a couple and didn't enjoy the lengthy love scene. Jo was more Dean's style.


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