Supernatural: Season 7, Episode 3

The Girl Next Door (7 Oct. 2011)

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Sam reunites with a childhood girlfriend who is supposedly preying on human brains.

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Young Amy
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Amy Pond
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Chet / Leviathan (as Sean Owen Roberts)
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Bobby rescues Dean and Sam from the Sioux Falls General Hospital and they recover their injuries in a hideout in Montana. When Sam reads in the news about the death of three scumbags in the Livingston Park in Lincoln, Nebraska, he steals the Impala and drive to Nebraska. Sam meets a woman, Amy, in the woods ready to attack a driver. She hits Sam but he meets her,again at her home. Sam recalls when he was a young teenager and he falls in love with the girl Amy. However he discovers that Amy and her mother are Kitsunes that feed with human brains. When her mother is ready to kill him, he is protected by Amy. Now Amy explains why she killed her victims and Sam let her go. Now he has to convince Dean to spare Amy. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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The credit card Sam uses is in the name Lemmy Kilmister. This is the name of the lead singer of the band Motorhead. See more »

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Sam's flashbacks take place in Lincoln, Nebraska but as he is leaving the Lancaster (county) library, the door has a sign for the "Montana Reading Club". See more »

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Dean Winchester: [Dean has just fallen out of his hospital bed] Ah!
[looking at his cast]
Dean Winchester: Wha-?
[Bobby walks in]
Bobby Singer: You okay?
Dean Winchester: Bobby, you're alive.
Bobby Singer: Of course, I am. Why are you on the floor?
Dean Winchester: [a little loopy] They gave me morphine. A lot.
[Bobby helps him up]
Dean Winchester: Hey look, a monster broke my leg.
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Mixed reactions. Entertained by Dr. Who ref. Possible spoilers
23 November 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I agree with most of zombiehigh18's points.

I wound up watching major chunks of this show a while back as my 21-year-old grandson is a major fan of this series. He's in the midst of re-watching the whole thing on NetFlix so I occasionally catch an old episode these days.

I gather this episode abounded with in jokes. I remember spotting some of of those now and again in the series, but don't recollect most episodes as crawling with the stuff. I remember seeing this episode sometime or other, but not being stopped in my tracks by "Amy flaming Pond?!" multi-age scenes, as I was just now while looking at Jewel Staite's history, prompted by the disasterathon running at the moment on Syfy.

Too bad they didn't sneak some fireflies or some other Kaylee reference into the episode - or did they? All things considered, about as entertaining and angst-ridden as most Supernatural episodes.


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