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Dead Man's Blood 

After Daniel Elkins, a vampire hunter and John's mentor, is murdered, Sam and Dean are surprised when John himself shows up to solve the case. John discovers the vampires have taken an ... See full summary »

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After Daniel Elkins, a vampire hunter and John's mentor, is murdered, Sam and Dean are surprised when John himself shows up to solve the case. John discovers the vampires have taken an antique gun, which has the power to kill all supernatural beings. The Winchester family sets out to retrieve the gun from the vampires so they can use it to kill the demon that took Sam and Dean's mother. Written by Anonymous

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Trivia

In the scene at the vampire's lair, the song being played is "Strange Face of Love", an homage to (and directly from the soundtrack of) From Dusk Till Dawn (1996). See more »

Goofs

John says that the Colt was forged underneath Haley's Comet on the night the Alamo fell. Haley's Comet appeared on November 16 1835, the battle for the Alamo began on February 23 1836 and ended on March 6 1836. Furthermore, if we go by the date of the comet, Colt's revolver would not have even been invented yet, as he first applied for the patent on February 25 1836. See more »

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Dean Winchester: Tuh. Vampires. Tuh. Gets funnier every time I hear it.
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References The Twilight Zone (1959) See more »

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Luci'fer, You Got Some 'Splainin' To Do!
Written by Jay Gruska
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great episode, shame I missed it
17 May 2012 | by (Southampton, England) – See all my reviews

This episode doesn't appear to be on the DVD collection for season one, part 2 as disc 2 ended at 19 and the next disc, 21-22. Could be just a UK thing so I have no idea wtf is going on there.

Rant over Anyway, this episode I found very interesting as they didn't have over-romantic vampires or anything like that and the vampires are quite intimidating.

Like with other monsters in this show, they are very good about how to bring them into the real world and not make them overly powerful or anything. I quite enjoyed it and have always been a fan of vampires too.


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