Sam receives a text about the disappearance of four young women and together with Dean, they head to Bristol, Rhode Island, to investigate the case. Sam has flashbacks with recollections from the town and he partially remembers that he had been in the spot one year ago to investigate missing men, and he believes that the cases are connected. The mystery increases when Dean discovers that Sam had had love affairs with the missing girls. When Sam meets the widow Brenna Dobbs, whose husband Sheriff Roy Dobbs had also disappeared, he finally recalls Arachne's case and what has happened to Roy. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
Sam and Samuel use the names Agent Roark and Agent Wynand when first investigating the town. Howard Roark and Gail Wynand are characters from Ayn Rand's popular novel The Fountainhead. See more
At the beginning of the episode, Sam has a large wound on the side of his arm that Samuel inquires after. At the end of the episode (in the last flashback), Sam never gets shot or takes any damage to get that wound (he hits his forehead when his thrown and his left arm potentially slams into a crowbar). When he kicks the Arachne, he is clutching the front of his arm, but there is no tear in the cloth. After Sam slices her head off, there is an injury on the side of his arm and cloth is torn where it wasn't before. See more
I gotta say, man. You really got around. I mean, soulless or not, I'm actually kind of impressed.
End Credits Theme
Composed by Jay Gruska See more