A mauled body is found with its heart missing, the brothers know that means one thing - a werewolf ... and tonight the moon is full. Can they save a lovely girl from being the next gruesome... See full summary »

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A mauled body is found with its heart missing, the brothers know that means one thing - a werewolf ... and tonight the moon is full. Can they save a lovely girl from being the next gruesome fatality? Written by Derfel85

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Sam and Dean use the aliases "Detective Dante" and "Detective Landis". Joe Dante directed The Howling (1981) and John Landis directed An American Werewolf in London (1981). See more »

Goofs

In the first scene where you see the corpse of the office guy for the first time, watch as he is pulled out of the freezer. As Sam talks to the women about his mysterious death, the "dead" man quite clearly blinks. See more »

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[Sam is sitting at the kitchen table at Madison's apartment.]
Madison: Do you wanna sit on the couch?
Sam Winchester: No. No, no, I'm okay.
Madison: It's more comfortable.
Sam Winchester: I'm fine.
[Madison empties a laundry basket onto the table and begins folding a pair of lacy underwear]
Sam Winchester: You know what? I think I will sit on that couch.
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References Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan (2004) See more »

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Heart - Sam's trials & tribulations a means towards an end
24 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I just read the comment that was written about the episode "Heart" claiming that it was so sad that the viewer wanted something more upbeat to happen to Sam. I agree that it was sad and I cried, too. And... yes... I, too, noticed a large tear drop from Dean's eye. But, I think that the writers have a goal in giving Sam all of these hardships. Perhaps its to push Sam over the brink to his darker side, or maybe they want to showcase all of his suffering for something that is coming down the line. I feel that it is done on purpose and we will understand why later in this season or the next. Very good writing, guys! Between "Roadkill" and "Heart", this has been some of the best writing on the show that I've seen so far. You've outdone yourself. However, I'm glad that you do write lighter episodes every now and then.

Gabi


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