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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Head Nurse / Leviathan
Leslie Hopps ...
Amy's Mother (as Leslie Hopps Deschutter)
Steven Garr ...
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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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The location tag in this episode says "Whitefish, Montana" but later Dean says "Bozeman" to Bobby, and the newspaper Sam picks up says "Bozeman Times". The newspaper in Bozeman is also called the Bozeman Chronicle 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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References Rear Window (1954) See more »

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Bad Writing, Bad Episode
29 January 2014 | by (Illinois) – See all my reviews

One of the worst episodes in my least favorite season of Supernatural. I hated the Leviathan storyline to begin with, the scene in the previous episode of the doctor performing surgery and then eating the woman's liver was monstrously disturbing beyond belief, However, for the moment I will give my review of this particular episode.

First of all, Dean killing Amy was WRONG on so many levels. To go behind Sam's back after he agreed to trust him, and then he goes and kills her, will definitely create more trouble between the brothers.

Not only should Dean NOT have killed Amy, he took away the kid's mother as well and obviously scarred the kid for life. It's as if Dean was playing God and he felt it was his duty, never mind that Amy promised him she would not kill again ever. I know the motto or creed of the hunter is to kill all monsters, but It's too bad it's going to take a couple more seasons before they realize that not all monsters should be killed.

I hated this episode as I said and felt the writing was poor, cold and unjust. My rating is 2 stars.


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