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Wendigo 

Sam and Dean make a stop at Blackwater Ridge and end up helping a young woman and her brother find their other brother, who mysteriously disappeared, while on a camping trip, in the woods.

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... Sam Winchester
... Dean Winchester
... Roy
... Haley Collins
... Ben Collins
... Mr. Shaw
... Ranger Wilkinson
... Tommy Collins
... Gary
Wren Roberts ... Brad (as Wren Robertz)
Tamara Lashley ... Paramedic
... Local
Roy Campsall ... Wendigo
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Following their father's coordinates, Sam and Dean end up at Blackwater Ridge where a group of campers are missing. Looking into previous disappearances, Sam and Dean find they are dealing with a Wendigo who now threatens the lives of one of the missing campers sister, who is out searching for him with the assistance of the brothers. Written by Anonymous

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Trivia

Dean asks Roy, "Tell me, Bambi or Yogi ever hunt you back?" Dean is referring to the cartoon characters Bambi (Disney's classic movie Bambi (1942)) and Yogi Bear (Hanna-Barbera's TV show The Huckleberry Hound Show (1958)). See more »

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In the beginning, when Tommy is filming his message to Hailey, his dialogue says: "Hey, Hailey. Day 6. We're still out near Blackwater Ridge. We're fine, keeping safe, so don't worry. Talk to you tomorrow." But when Hailey plays the recording for Dean and Sam, the message becomes: "Hey, Hailey. Day 6. We're still out near Blackwater Ridge. We're fine, keeping safe, so don't worry, okay? Talk to you tomorrow." See more »

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Dean Winchester: So, Roy, you said you've done a little hunting?
Roy: Yeah, more than a little.
Dean Winchester: Uh huh. What kind of furry critters do you hunt?
Roy: Mostly buck, sometimes bear.
Dean Winchester: Tell me, Bambi or Yogi ever hunt you back?
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Fly By Night
Written by Geddy Lee and Neil Peart
Performed by Rush
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Brothers against Evil: Wendigo
2 March 2007 | by See all my reviews

Episode two of "Supernatural" and the ice have definitely been broken. There were the pilot – understandably - focused on the introduction of the two main character and didn't really dig into the mystery of the Lady in White, episode two fully centers on the brothers' battle against yet another type of supernatural evil; the Wendigo. The instructions in their father's journal lead Sam and Dean to Lost Creek, Colorado, where several people went missing over the past few weeks after hiking in the gigantic Blackwater forest. The authorities presume there's a wild grizzly bear on the loose, yet no bodies have yet been discovered and there appears to be an awkward history of missing person cases that repeats itself every 23 years. Sam and Dean team up with a beautiful girl who's looking for her vanished brother and together they face the horror of the Wendigo. What I love so much about this TV-series is how the script gives insightful descriptions of the types of evil the brothers deal with. Being a horror fan, I already encountered the term "Wendigo" in several movies, yet only in "Supernatural" they carefully explain it's an ancient Indian warrior that gained immortality and super strength through eating human flesh. "Wendigo" is a terrific episode! The atmosphere is very reminiscent to those typically old-fashioned backwoods-slashers of the early 80's, like "Just Before Dawn", "The Final Terror" and "Midnight". The Blackwater woods are sublimely portrayed as the inescapable territory of a monstrous predator and especially the underground liar – where the Wendigo saves his victims – looks genuinely uncanny. This episode features plenty of exciting action scenes and the usual amount of witty dialogs. Perhaps it's still too soon to compare this series with other thriller-highlights on television but, so far, I like it a whole lot better than "The X-Files" or "Millennium". The show also mildly reminds me of the prematurely canceled occult series "Brimstone".


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