A strange death reported in the newspaper prompts Dean and Sam to find Lisa Braeden, a woman Dean had a weekend fling with about 8.75 years ago, only to find she has a son turning 8. While ... See full summary »

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A strange death reported in the newspaper prompts Dean and Sam to find Lisa Braeden, a woman Dean had a weekend fling with about 8.75 years ago, only to find she has a son turning 8. While investigating the death in the paper along with several other mysterious recent deaths, Sam and Dean find they are chasing a Changeling, who is replacing children with it's offspring. The mysterious blond woman is back, giving Sam a cryptic message that he should look into his mother's friends. Written by Anonymous

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Deans says, "Gumby girl. Does that make me Pokey?" He is referring to the title character and his trusty sidekick from the 1950's/1960's TV claymation show "Gumby." See more »

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Sam Winchester: [hangs up the phone] I was just ordering pizza.
Dean Winchester: You do know you're in a restaurant?
Sam Winchester: I just felt like pizza.
Dean Winchester: Ok, Weirdy McWeirderson.
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References The Gumby Show (1956) See more »

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40,000 Miles
Performed by Goodnight City
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Trite
12 December 2007 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

I know I'm pretty much alone with my opinion on this, but I find the Dean-Kid-Scenario extremely trite.

It's not the idea in itself I have a problem with, but the way it's been transformed. It's just too much, the similarities between Dean and the kid seem so forced, that it makes me feel as if the creators don't have that high an opinion of the audience so that they try to make their point so obvious that even the dumbest viewer gets the idea. The 'bond' between them was so exaggerated that I didn't feel anything between them at all.

I would have appreciated if they had handled that matter in a much more subtle way. I liked how Dean connected with the boy in 'Dead in the Water'. That touched my heart.

The two points I give this episode are for the changelings. They did scare me a little bit..


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