Dean and Sam travel to New Jersey to investigate a mysterious murder cases. However, Ben calls Dean and tells that it is an emergency situation and he heads to Lisa's house, leaving Sam alone. Sam discovers that the victims had played a prank on their colleague Rose and their deaths might have been caused by her revengeful ghost. Meanwhile Dean also learns what the "emergency situation" reported by Ben is about. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
The title of this episode is almost certainly meant to jokingly suggest this is a sequel to the films Mannequin (1987) and Mannequin: On The Move (1991). Both films feature a mannequin that comes to life, although unlike the theme of this series the film's are actually romantic comedies See more
Upon Sam burning Rose's bones the same piece of red cloth falls down twice revealing that it was the same shot simply cropped on a second take. See more
No, no, no, no, no.
[the Impala has been possessed by Rose's vengeful spirit, gunning its engine
She possesses sex dolls. This is a not a sex doll!
[the Impala's headlights turn on. The engine is gunned even higher
Hey, you leave my baby alone! She's got nothin' to do with this!
[the car starts chasing Dean around the parking lot. He runs toward a small building
Son. Of. A. Bitch!
[Dean stands in front of the building and lets the car advance on him
I'm so sorry, baby.
[...] See more
References Child's Play
Written by Felice Bryant
and Boudleaux Bryant
Performed by Nazareth See more