Dean gets attacked by a Djinn, a creature capable of warping reality. The next things he knows he's in Lawrence, Kansas, in a stable relationship with a woman named Carmen, his mother is alive and well, and he and Sam are no longer on speaking terms. When the idea of a peaceful existence begins to settle in, visions of his previous life as a hunter start appearing out of nowhere.
Did You Know?
When Dean questions whether djinn can actually grant wishes, Sam says, "I don't know. I guess if they're powerful enough. Not exactly like Barbara Eden in harem pants." He is referring to the genie Jeannie played by Barbara Eden in the 1960's TV sitcom "I Dream of Jeannie." See more
When Dean starts to mow the lawn of his mother's house, the mower is raised high enough over the grass that it's obvious it has no mower blade. See more
Son have you been drinking?
Everybody keeps asking me that but no.
References I Dream of Jeannie
What A Wonderful World
Written by Bob Thiele
and George David Weiss
Performed by Joey Ramone See more