When a fourth person vanishes in Elwood, Indiana, and the witnesses claim that they have been abducted by aliens, Dean and Sam head to the town to investigate the UFO sightings. They ... See full summary »

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Castiel (credit only)
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Wayne Whittaker Jr. / Leprechaun
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Mr. Brennan
Trish Allen ...
Marion
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Sparrow Jennings
Rob Morton ...
Sheriff
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Joe Allard ...
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When a fourth person vanishes in Elwood, Indiana, and the witnesses claim that they have been abducted by aliens, Dean and Sam head to the town to investigate the UFO sightings. They contact the father of the last victim, Mr. Brennan, who is a traditional watchmaker, and the Winchester brothers suspect that the man is hiding something. Dean and Sam interview people on the streets expecting to find a clue. Among the interviewees, they talk to UFO expert Wayne Whittaker Jr. and the apparently crazy Marion, who is an expert in fairies. While investigating the cornfield where the victims had disappeared, Dean is abducted by a bright light. Sam continues to investigate and forces Brennan to disclose that he had used a spell to summon fairies to help him in his store. Dean returns and now the only chance of the brothers is are the advices of Marion about the fairies. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Trivia

The line "Fight the fairies!" is another X-Files reference as the first X-Files movie was called "Fight The Future". See more »

Goofs

(at around 31 mins) In the alien followers camp, there's a woman looking through a telescope. This is a Newton telescope, which is a hollow tube with a concave mirror at one end. The eyepiece is located close to the open end of the tube, so the telescope shown is actually pointing downwards towards the ground. The six screws that can be seen in the "opening" of the tube that is pointing towards the sky are in fact the concave mirror mount and adjustment screws. See more »

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[while trying to banish the fairies to their realm, the Leprechaun, previously disguised as a UFO nut, appears and kills Brennan]
The Leprechaun: Sorry about the mess, but your friend here went back on his deal.
Sam: Well, you weren't very clear with him on the terms.
The Leprechaun: I told him there was a price. Once we come, we come to stay.
Sam: So you take firstborns and then what? You just sit back and watch while they cover the abductions for you with all that crazy UFO crap? Which you help encourage, naturally. Nice con. But, ...
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Crazy Credits

The Title Card for this episode was altered, closely resembles the title sequence for The X-Files series. Down to it ending with "created by: Eric Kripke" credit at the lower right when an eye appears and having "The Truth Is In There" as the tag-line. See more »

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References Friends (1994) See more »

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Smoke On the Water
Written by Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord and Ian Paice
Performed by Deep Purple
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A Magnificent Episode!
19 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Clap Your Hands If You Believe is another strong episode of the sixth season. It is the season's 2nd comedy episode, and it is certainly at the top of the show's best comedic episodes. It has some really great writing, some hilarious moments, and one particular scene that is perhaps one of my favorite scenes of the entire series. The scene I am talking about is Dean's first encounter with a fairy. The episode is really well directed, and as a whole it continues the season's new tone and great cinematography. Hopefully the writers continue with great episodes like this, and they have proved that they know how to make fun of themselves. The absurdity of the 'evil' this week is what makes it even more funny, and especially knowing what hurts and brings fairies around.


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