"Supernatural" Heart (TV Episode 2007) Poster

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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).
Just like the second chance theme of the episode, actor David Quinlan plays Nate Mulligan; a Mulligan is a common term in golf used when a player gets a second chance.
First episode to feature the boys doing rock, paper, scissors to determine something.
The show that Madison & Sam were watching with the names Ethan & Kendall was a nod to the ABC soap opera, All My Children. That is also why Madison said to Sam when it was going off "you're hooked now".
Dean tells Sam, "I'd say Kurt's looking more and more like our Cujo." "Cujo" is a 1981 horror novel by Stephen King about a dog gone mad.
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The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

Jared Padalecki says that during the filming of the final scene in this episode where he has to kill Madison, in order to find the emotion (since it was still early days and the actors say they weren't as tuned into their characters as they are now), Jared thought about the traumatic experience of having to euthanize two of his beloved dogs, Sadie and Harley. As a result he got extremely emotional, and those are very real tears. Jensen Ackles backed that up, saying his own emotions on screen welled up because he knew how much it would hurt Jared personally to have to call up those emotions and suffer through them in order to have Sam be visibly upset on screen. Jensen's tears came as a result of watching his close friend go through such painful emotions.
Madison has a visible bite on her neck, yet for the rest of the series any episode involving werewolves, the person bitten shows no visible signs of the bite.
Body count: 5
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