Supernatural: Season 4, Episode 6

Yellow Fever (23 Oct. 2008)

TV Episode  -   -  Drama | Fantasy | Horror
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Sam and Dean discover a Colorado small town's darkest secret as a wave of people fall prey to a "ghost sickness" that induces fear, paranoia, and ultimately a fatal heart attack. Sam and ... See full summary »

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Sam and Dean discover a Colorado small town's darkest secret as a wave of people fall prey to a "ghost sickness" that induces fear, paranoia, and ultimately a fatal heart attack. Sam and Bobby must figure out the cause and cure of the sickness when Dean himself falls prey to it. Written by Derfel85

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When Bobby replies to Sam in Japanese after Sam asks him if he speaks it, what Bobby says roughly translates into 'Since before you were born.' See more »

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When the Sheriff enters Dean's hotel room near the end, the lock is on the left side of the door. After their fight however, the lock is suddenly on the right. See more »

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Lilith: Ba-boom!
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Crappy episode but the end was funny
19 July 2010 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

It was not my thing this episode. It was not scary enough, and the storyline was boring. But the performance of Jensen in the end was great and funny and makes this episode worth a watch. Further it was a waste of my time. No Lillith for me anymore. She is not scary at all. She is just a cute little blond girl. You can't take it serious when she appears as a bad person. If you want to laugh this is your favorite episode. When you're in for a good scare you can avoid this episode. Monster Movie was funny and scary so i think that was a better episode. Dean and Sam are tracking a ghost who is living on people's mind. Later in this episode Dean is a victim.


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