Bobby Singer is attacked in Pittsburgh and is found in coma in his hotel room. Meanwhile Sam is upset with Dean's situation, drinking alone in a bar. When Dean arrives in the spot, he discusses with Sam, but they are informed by phone about the condition of Bobby. They head to the hospital where the doctor explains that he does not know the cause of Bobby's coma; therefore he does not know how to treat him. The Winchester brothers discover that Bobby was investigating the African dream root "Silene Capensis", the subject of Dr. Gregg's experiment who mysteriously died after a coma similar to Bobby's. Dean pretends to be a detective and interviews Dr. Gregg's assistant Maya Sanders and his former subject Jeremy Foster that had sleep disorder. Dean decides to call Bela to provide the African root to dream and help Bobby. The brothers drink the yellow tea and help Bobby to return; but the homicide sandman decides to chase them in their dreams. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
Jeremy Frost's father's name is given as "Henry David Frost" on the photo copy of his driver's license that Bobby Singer shows Sam & Dean. This appears to be a hybrid between the names of two of the great American poets: Henry David Thoreau and Robert Frost. See more
Throughout the series (to this point) the '67 Impala had spotlights mounted to both the driver and passenger sides of the car. In this episode (#3.10) they are clearly missing, assuming a different car was used in this episode. See more
Dad knew who you really were. Good solider, nothing else. Daddy's blunt little instrument. Your own father didn't care whether you lived or died. Why should you?
Son of a bitch!
[shoves Evil Dean
My father was an obsessed bastard!
[kick Evil Dean against the wall. Hits him with the sawed off shot gun and pins him with it
All that crap he dumped on me about protecting Sam, that was his crap. He's the one that couldn't protect his family!
[hits Evil Dean again
He's the one who let mom die! Who ...
References Superman III
Long Train Runnin'
Written by Tom Johnston
Performed by The Doobie Brothers See more