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 »

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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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The episode with heart
25 January 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode of Supernatural starts out as many others do. A young woman is having a nice time, something spooky happens, we're treated to a bit of gore, and then cue in the title card.

Yet, from that moment the rest of the show kicks in, the episode begins to twist and turn in ways no episode before or after has ever done. From the stunning performance from Smallville's Emannuelle Vaugnier to the impressive amounts of bloodletting, "Heart" delivers everything fans want from an episode of Supernatural - and more.

The final ten minutes of this beautiful episode have more emotion than the entire series has contained up to this point. Its exciting, beautiful, sexy, and ultimately painful.

The final shot of the episode is hauntingly simple.

"Heart" is, by far, my favorite episode of this wonderful show.


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