The people of a small town have been selling their souls to a crossroads demon.

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Yvonne Myers ...
Robert's Lady
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Sean's Friend
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Maid
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Silvia Pearlman
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Sam and Dean try to save the life of architect Evan Hudson who sold his soul to a demon so that his wife could live a long and healthy life free of cancer. While Sam protects Evan from hell hounds, Dean is tempted by the demon, who tries to convince him to trade his soul for his father's life, who she claims did the same to save Dean and is now suffering in hell for it. Written by Anonymous

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The episode's title is named after a song by Robert Johnson. See more »

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Robert Johnson, the guitar player at the opening of the episode, can be seen smoking a filtered cigarette. Filtered cigarettes were not a standard until after 1954. As the opening scene takes place in rural Mississippi in 1938, it is highly unlikely filtered cigarettes would be available. See more »

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Dean Winchester: We know a little about a lot of things; just enough to make us dangerous.
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References Let's Make a Deal (1963) See more »

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Dean's Dirty Organ (Brother's Guitar Theme)
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A Very Good Episode!
19 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Even though a lot of Supernatural's episodes are very similar, this one was very good and well put together. You learn a little background information and more about Dean's personality.

Dean gets frustrated with this week's demon because he believes that his father made a deal; his life for Dean's. Dean doesn't want that burden, and when he summons the demon of the week, he contemplates over whether or not to bring back his father in exchange for his life 10 years later.

One thing I didn't like about this episode was the acting from Dean's demon. She was so completely over the top and it threw up a huge "Over Acting" flag in front of my face. She got really annoying and she could have toned everything down a little bit.

Overall, great episode, guys! Can't wait for the next one!


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