Molly and her husband are driving along a long deserted highway at night when they come upon a farmer in the middle of the road who Molly tries unsuccessfully to not hit. Next thing she ... See full summary »

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Molly and her husband are driving along a long deserted highway at night when they come upon a farmer in the middle of the road who Molly tries unsuccessfully to not hit. Next thing she knows her husband is missing and the farmer is chasing her. Things get worse when the Winchesters inform Molly that the farmer is actually a highway ghost who, it seems, appears annually to get his revenge on her. Written by Derfel85

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When Dean says:"Follow that creepy brick road!" this is clearly a word play to a most famous line:"Follow that yellow brick road!" from a timeless classic The Wizard of Oz (1939). See more »

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Sam Winchester: Should've thought of it.
Dean Winchester: What?
Sam Winchester: It's an old country custom Dean. Planting a tree as a grave marker.
Dean Winchester: You're like a walking encyclopedia of weirdness.
[walks off]
Sam Winchester: [calls after him] Yeah, I know.
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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House Of the Rising Sun
Traditional, arranged by Alan Price
Performed by The Animals
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One of the all-time best episodes
23 February 2010 | by (Toronto) – See all my reviews

I really, really loved this one. It may begin in standard horror-movie format, but it becomes so much more... Like Bloodlust (another favourite of mine), it nicely challenges the at times simplistic, black-and-white hunter ethos, with Molly's difficult questions about the nature and fate of spirits after she discovers what the vengeful spirit that's stalking her was like as a living man.

There's not much I can say about the ending without spoiling it, except that it was amazing - I think this was the first episode of Supernatural that actually had me in tears, not just because it was sad but ultimately because it was beautiful.

I think this is probably my very favourite episode to date, and an excellent example of the depths this show is capable of when it wants to go there.


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