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Season 1, Episode 15

AirdateFebruary 14, 2006
Written byJohn Shiban
Directed byPeter Ellis

May 2006
LocationHibbing, Minnesota

Nightmare Shadow

Episode Transcript


WB Description Dean and Sam head to Minnesota where a young boy witnesses a man vanish into thin air. Upon searching for clues, Sam is abducted by what he assumes is a supernatural being, and Dean is left to search frantically for his brother. However, both are stunned when they realize the kidnappers are human, and using the captives as human prey for a twisted hunting expedition.


2003Deputy Kathleen Hudak's brother, Riley, taken by the Benders
May 2006 (day 1, night)Alvin Jenkins taken by the Benders
May 2006 (day 6)Dean and Sam interview Evan and Mrs. McKay; they continue researching at Kugel's Keg; Sam taken by the Benders
May 2006 (day 7, Dean)Dean goes to police for help; Dean and Deputy Hudak head out on lead with traffic cameras; Deputy Hudak discovers Dean's stolen badge
May 2006 (day 7, Sam)Sam wakes in cage; talks with Jenkins; works on an escape; Jenkins let out and killed
May 2006 (day 8)Dean and Deputy Hudak stop for coffee; they find a turnoff to investigate; Deputy Hudak handcuffs Dean to the car and proceeds alone; Deputy Hudak is surprised and captured by Pa Bender; Dean gets out of handcuffs and follows Deputy Hudak; Jared and Lee Bender dispose of the car; Deputy Hudak wakes up in cage opposite Sam; Dean finds both of them and goes to find the keys; Dean is surprised and captured; the Benders question Dean; Sam escapes the cage and attacks Lee, knocking him unconscious; Deputy Hudak fights Jared; Jared accidentally shoots Pa; Sam knocks Jared unconscious; Deputy Hudak kills Pa Bender; Deputy tells Dean and Sam to start walking back to town before backup arrives; they leave


In Hibbing, Minnesota, a boy named Evan is watching Godzilla vs. Mothra on his bedroom TV when he hears a noise outside. He goes to the window to check, and sees a neighbor, Alvin Jenkins, taking out the trash. It is night, and Jenkins has heard a strange noise. He looks around, and kneels to look under a car. He sees something, and stands up quickly. As Evan watches, Jenkins is grabbed and roughly dragged under the car and vanishes.

Dean and Sam are dressed as state police, and are asking Evan McKay to describe what he saw and heard. Evan says the noise he heard sounded like a monster. Mrs. McKay thinks is he imagined the noise as a monster, as he was watching Godzilla, but that he did not see it, only Mr. Jenkins dragged under a car. Dean bonds with Evan over Godzilla, but Sam wants to know what happens next. Evan describes the monster leaving as a scary sound - a whining growl.

That night, at Kugel's Keg, Sam and Dean discuss the case. Dean plays darts as he suggests it could be just a normal kidnapping. Sam suggests some kind of phantom attacker because their dad marked the area in his journal as a possible hunting ground as the county has a higher-than-average disappearance rate. It does not fit the normal type, so Dean agrees to ask around more tomorrow. Sam wants an early start, so even though Dean wants to have another round he gives in. Dean heads for the toilet while Sam heads outside. Sam hears a strange noise and checks under the car, but it is only a cat. As he waits by the car something approaches him from underneath. When Dean comes out a minute or so later there is no sign of Sam. Dean searches, but finds nothing - only their dad's journal that Sam was carrying. He spots a video camera but otherwise no clue.

The next morning Dean visits the Hibbing County sheriff's office posing as a state trooper named Greg Washington. He tells the on-duty cop, Kathleen Hudak, that his cousin Sam has been kidnapped and that he has a lead on the case. Kathleen checks Sam's record on computer and eventually agrees to help by getting the traffic camera footage. She wants him to sit tight, but Dean says Sam is his responsibility and he will bring him back. Outside of the county works department, Kathleen brings Dean some printouts of the camera footage taken outside the bar. A beat up truck with false plates apparently left the bar around the time Sam vanished. An old van passes by and gives off an odd noise that matches what the boy Evan described, so Dean figures the truck is probably what Evan heard when Jenkins was taken.

Sam wakes up inside a cage that is in a dark room in a barn. He looks around and spots another cage with a guy in who is either asleep or dead. Sam starts kicking at the cage to try and escape. The noise awakens the missing man, Jenkins, and they talk. Sam tells Jenkins he was looking for him, and now he has a brother looking for them both. Jenkins thinks this is a piss-poor rescue, and that no one will find them out in the middle of nowhere. Sam wonders what are they that grabbed them, which makes no sense to Jenkins, but as they talk, two hooded figures enter. Sam realizes his captors are not monsters, but just people. One feeds Jenkins, and they both leave. Jenkins is worried about them assaulting him, but Sam thinks that is the least of their worries, as he grabs a metal casing of wires and begins to pull.

Deputy Kathleen and Dean are following the route the truck took according to the traffic cameras. Kathleen gets a report through on her onboard computer, reporting on "Gregory Washington". It says Dean is not the cop he is pretending to be. He eventually confesses, but begs her to still let him look for Sam. Motivated by the disappearance of her brother years ago, she agrees to continue the search for "cousin" Sam, and then she is taking Dean in.

Meanwhile Sam pulls at a piece of conduit till it breaks from the ceiling and gets a bracket off it. Jenkins' cell door opens. Sam suspects something is up but Jenkins ignores him. After he leaves, the cell doors swing shut again and lock by remote. Outside in the rain, Jenkins finds a knife on the driveway and runs, but is ambushed by a guy. He keeps going but another man takes him down. Staggering to his feet, the two men drive him into a tripwire. Finally satisfied with their game, the men kill Jenkins as Sam hears his screams back at the barn.

In town the next morning, Dean asks Kathleen why she is helping him as they grab a coffee, and she explains her brother, Riley, vanished like Sam three years ago, and was never found. She knows what it is like to feel responsible for someone. They go back to their search on the highway and come across a muddy turn off on the road. Dean calls for Kathleen to pull over to investigate. As they prepare to follow on foot, Kathleen tricks Dean and handcuffs him to the cruiser's door handle saying he is a civilian. She heads on down the road to investigate. When Kathleen approaches the house, the door is answered by a young girl, Missy Bender. The girl, acting strange, says her mom is dead. Kathleen shows her a picture of Sam; Missy just smiles at her. She says, "That's gonna hurt." When Kathleen turns around, Missy's dad is there and hits her with a shovel, knocking the deputy unconscious. He demands Missy to get her brothers.

Dean tries to grab the car antenna to pick the handcuffs as the family truck approaches. He manages to unscrew it and pick his handcuffs just in the nick of time, escaping before they catch him. The two Bender boys arrive, spot the car, and take the car to hide it, all the while commenting on how mad Pa is.

Kathleen wakes up in a cell next to Sam, assuring him that his "cousin" was looking for him but was handcuffed to her cruiser. Dean sneaks in and finds Sam and Kathleen in the barn. Both brothers are relieved the other one is good; Dean telling Kathleen he knows a trick or two to get out of the cuffs. They exchange information - the family are just people, and Sam does not know what they want. Dean says there are a lot of cars out in the back of the house, and Kathleen asks if there was a Mustang. He sadly confirms that there was, so the Benders killed Kathleen's brother. Dean realizes the cages have to have a special key to open them, so he leaves to go find it in the Benders house.

In the basement Dean finds jars filled with the brothers' "trophies" as well as a wall of photographs of them with their victims. Going upstairs he finds grisly and gruesome human remains decorating the house. He hears a man cutting something while music plays on an old Victrola. He creeps around the main house when he spots some keys near a jar of human teeth. As he is looking at the teeth, the board creaks behind him and he spins to see Missy there. Trying to get her calm, Dean assures her he is not going to hurt her. Missy Bender surprises him and stabs at him, pinning his jacket to the door frame, screaming for her dad! This allows her brothers to attack. Dean is holding his own between the brothers, but Pa Bender sneaks up behind him and knocks Dean out with a frying pan over the head.

Later Dean awakens, tied to a chair to find the Benders watching him. The brothers want to hunt him; after all, he is a fighter and should be fun. Dean realizes they hunt humans for fun. Pa Bender boasts to Dean that his family has been hunting and killing humans for generations, claiming to give them a fighting chance and they only hunt one or two a year to not get sloppy. Dean claims the family is sloppy. The father wants to know if more cops are coming looking for him (Dean). Dean replies with sarcasm. Pa claims they will have a hunt, and for the boy (Dean) to name who gets to be the animal - the boy (Sam) or the cop. Eventually, Dean says no one else is coming, but Pa does not care, taking a red hot poker to Dean and burning his shoulder with it. He threatens next time to take an eye, if Dean does not choose. Dean chooses Sam, thinking his brother might have a fighting chance. Pa tosses the key to his son Lee and tells him not to let Sam out, but to shoot him in the cage. Then kill the cop too! Dean is upset - he thought Sam would be given a chance.

Sam hears someone coming, and Lee Bender unlocks his cage. Sam picks up the bracket that he pulled down earlier. Kathleen calls "Hey!" to try to distract Lee, as Sam throws the bracket, causing Lee to miss shooting Sam.

Back in the house Dean hears the shot and screams "You hurt my brother, I'll kill you, I swear. I will kill you all!" Pa ignores Dean, calling for Lee, who does not answer.

Sam overpowers Lee, knocking him out, and takes the gun. However, it jams. Since Lee does not reply, both remaining Bender men go to see what is happening, picking up their guns and leaving Missy with a knife to watch Dean. Pa and his son Jared find Lee, unconscious, and the power cut off. They separate to search better, when Jared hears the cabinet click open. He fires into the furniture three times. Suddenly Kathleen jumps him from above and tries to wrestle him down. Pa spots Sam, firing his gun, but Sam ducks and runs. Jared throws off Kathleen, and prepares to shoot her. Sam, who is continually being shot at by Pa, runs in and manages to distract Jared, and as he turns to fire Sam ducks, causing Jared to shoot his father in the shoulder. Sam knocks Jared out and locks him in the other cage. Kathleen takes one of the men's rifles, saying she will watch Pa, telling Sam to go get Dean. When Sam is gone, Kathleen asks Abraham why he killed her brother. He says, "Because it's fun." He laughs about killing her brother.

There is a gun shot. Then Dean and Sam exit the main house when Kathleen exits the barn. The three meet together between the buildings. The boys locked up the girl in a closet, and Kathleen claimed she shot Pa trying to escape. The three of them share a look, knowing what really happened with Pa.

Later the deputy calls for backup and they are on their way. She tells Dean and Sam to leave before more cops arrive. Dean says he is sorry about Kathleen's brother. It was hard not knowing what had happened to him, but knowing her brother's fate has not assuaged her grief. Dean and Sam head off down the road, arguing. Dean claims if Sam gets kidnapped again, he is not going to look for him. Sam says sure he will, and then laughs at Dean getting sidelined by a thirteen year old girl - Dean is getting rusty! Dean tells him to shut up and they vanish into the night, Sam laughing.


Main Cast Recurring Cast
    Guest Cast


    • Joe Walsh - Rocky Mountain Way
      (plays at Kugel's Keg, with Dean playing darts and Sam doing research)
    • George Gershwin - Sweet and Low Down
      (plays while Pa Bender is in the kitchen)


    • Dean - Officer Gregory Washington

    Supernatural Beings

    Interesting Things

    Shirts the Boys Have Worn
    PersonShirt Counts
    Dean1 Black
    1 Gray
    1 Tan
    Sam1 Gray
    1 Red
    1 Tan
    1 White
    Interesting Things That Have Happened
    Dean knocked unconscious1
    Sam knocked unconscious1
    Items That Have Shown Up
    Items Shown
    Green Cooler
    John Winchester's Journal
    Quotes People Have Said
    Bitch (Dean)1
    Bitch (Other)3
    Sammy (Dean)1
    Sammy (Other)2
    Son of a bitch (Dean)2
    Total Count of Species
    SpeciesNumber of Characters
    Who Died and How
    CharacterCause of DeathKilled By
    Alvin JenkinsStabbedJared Bender
    Abraham (Pa) BenderShotDeputy Kathleen Hudak

    Pop Culture

    Mrs. McKay: Tell the officers what you were watching on TV.
    Evan: Um... Godzilla vs. Mothra.
    Dean: Ah, man. That's my favorite Godzilla movie! So much better than the original, huh?
    Evan: Totally.
    Dean: Yeah.
    Dean nods towards Sam.
    Dean: He likes the remake.
    Evan: Yuck!
    Godzilla first appeared in a self-titled 1954 Japanese film. Many films featured Godzilla - in the fourth film Godzilla vs. Mothra, Mothra was enlisted to fight him. The foes met again in the Millennium series (1999-2004) movie called Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack. The remake Dean refers to Sam liking is most probably the 1998 American remake Godzilla starring Matthew Broderick, which is mostly hated.
    Kathleen: Greg. I think we've got something. These traffic cams take an image every three seconds, as part of the Amber Alert program? These images were all taken around the time that your cousin, Sam, disappeared.
    In the United States and Canada, an AMBER Alert is a notification to the general public by various media outlets, of a confirmed child abduction. The alert goes out through a large number of outlets, including television, radio, and email, and usually includes a description of the abductor and his/her vehicle and license plate.
    Jenkins: So far. But I'm waitin'.
    Sam: Waitin' for what?
    Jenkins: Ned Beatty time, man.
    Ned Beatty is an award-winning actor whose debut role was in the famous 1972 horro movie Deliverance, where he played a suburban man visiously raped by psychotic mountain men. Deliverance is also referenced in Pilot and Family Remains.
    Jenkins: They're a bunch of psycho hillbilly rednecks, if you ask me. Lookin' for love in all the wrong places.
    "Looking for Love" is a song from the album of the same name by country singer Johnny Lee. This is also a second reference to Deliverance, which also featured "psycho hillbilly rednecks" who sexually assaulted the protagonist.
    Kathleen: It says here your badge was stolen. And there's a picture of you.
    She turns the computer to Dean. He sees a picture of a heavy African-American man. Awkward pause.
    Dean: I lost some weight. And I got that Michael Jackson skin disease.
    One of the numerous controversies that surrounded singer/performer Michael Jackson throughout his life was his changing physical appearance. One of these changes was a drastic whitening of his skin, which Jackson attributed to the skin disease vitiligo, but has also been rumored to be the result of bleaching creams.
    In The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974, remake in 2003) movie by Tobe Hooper, the chainsaw wielding family's home is decorated with furniture and items made of human skin and bones.
    Pa: But the best hunt... is human.
    Pa Bender's comment about a human being the best hunt is from the classic short story "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell.


    Writing the Episode

    • "How do you do Texas Chainsaw Massacre in a supernatural setting, and for television? It's such a classic situation. A twist would be that it's not supernatural - that would be a surprising twist. Because they're going to be expecting alien cannibals from the future come back to do whatever. For the Winchesters, of all the things they've faced, even being raised by their dad, that's something they haven't encountered. And then it's an opportunity for some very fun reveals and surprises for them. When you think about it, so many monsters are akin to natural phenomena - it's about survival and existence... but it's not as diabolical and twisted as a human being can get. Some of our nastiest nasties have been partly human, whether it's possessed humans or mutant humans. Only a human being would ever kill anyone just for fun." - John ShibanSupernatural The Official Companion Season 1, p. 82-83
    • In the scene where Dean enters the Bender's barn to find Sam and Kathleen, the original script had Dean humming the "Dueling Banjos" theme from Deliverance, a horror film that shares some story elements with this episode, most notably the antagonists being murderous backwoods psychos. However, possibly because they couldn't get the rights to the music, in the episode itself the humming is cut out, though you can still see Dean's mouth moving.
    • WARNING: SPOILERS Highlight to read Hibbing, MN, is also the setting for the Sheriff's retreat in Hibbing 911.

    Casting Characters

    • "The actor who originally played Alvin Jenkins got caught in a snowstorm at the end of Christmas break, so the film crew had to recast the night before they went back to work, and they had to find another actor who exactly fitted the same clothes."Supernatural The Official Companion Season 1, p. 82
    • Shawn Reis, who played Lee Bender, previously played the Tall Deputy in Faith.
    • Alexia Fast, who played Missy Bender, also played Emma in The Slice Girls.
    • "The little girl in 'The Benders' with greasy hair is arguably the scariest character we had this season." - Executive producer Eric KripkeSupernatural The Official Companion Season 1, p. 83


    • Filming Location: Memorial Peace Park, Maple Ridge (in front of the ACT), Bordertown
    • In the "Previously" intro, there is a line from Dean talking with Sam at the campfire that was filmed, but never made it into the final cut of Wendigo. Dean: "This is Dad's book." There is some controversy as to what the exact line is. Some people hear "This was Dad's book."; others hear "This is Dad's book." In the Closed Captioning on the DVD, it is "is"; the admin hears "is".
    • "There was a great western town in Maple Ridge that was built for a TV show many years ago, and we shot out there in the middle of nowhere. It was just a lot of fun." It was not always fun getting to the location though. "On a Monday morning - when we were supposed to shoot there on Tuesday - we find the road to get to this location is under four feet of water, and we had to find a way to get the trucks there!" - Location manager Russ HamiltonSupernatural The Official Companion Season 1, p. 84-85
    • The inside of the Bender house was spread out in different sections along the studio floor. It was so creepy it ended up scaring Alexia Fast. ~Sequential Tart - Super Women: Alexia Fast; and Interview with Supernatural's Missy Bender
    • This is the first time the green cooler makes an appearance. It is sitting against the wall under the end table when Dean enters the Bender's house from the basement.
    • Alexia Fast was taught how to properly throw Missy's knife to look like it would pin Jensen to the wall, but actually to be to the side so it did not. On the first take, however, she was so in the moment that she threw it directly at him. It gave him a little scare! ~Sequential Tart - Super Women: Alexia Fast; and Interview with Supernatural's Missy Bender
    • "She freaked me right out - throwing knives at me and screaming 'Daddy' and stuff..." Jensen Ackles says with a shudder. "There wasn't a whole lot of acting I had to do for that - I was freaked right out."Supernatural The Official Companion Season 1, p. 83
    • "If she had been even ten percent off, the moment becomes a laugh, not a scare. And that little girl just nailed it. Even from the casting tape, she just had a quality that makes the hair go up on the back of your neck..." - Co-executive producer John ShibanSupernatural The Official Companion Season 1, p. 83
    • Costume designer Diane Widas remembers the Benders costumes. The dress ended up being absolutely disgusting, but Alexia was a good sport about it. The entire family had to look like they lived in their clothes, so it was rather hard to make them look that bad.Supernatural The Official Companion Season 1, p. 83
    • Key makeup artist Shannon Coppin remembers "making them dirty; making their hair greasy and making their skin look dirty. It's one of those things where it's not, 'You fall down and have a piece of dirt on you' - it's this grime that gets into the cracks of your skin. This grime that resonates all over your body, and you can't really tell what it is, you just know these people never bathe. That's got to be a very subtle look, believable right down to their fingernails and under their nails and behind their ears and in their ears and in their teeth. That's what sells the characters, believable details."Supernatural The Official Companion Season 1, p. 84


    • The Meaning of the Episode Title: "The Benders". The "Bloody Benders" were a family of serial killers who owned an inn and small general store in Labette County of southeastern Kansas from 1871 to 1873. The original family consisted of John Bender, his wife Mrs. Bender (later referred to as Kate, Sr., since no one knew her given name), son John, Jr., and daughter Kate. They are believed to have killed at least a dozen travelers before their crimes were discovered and the family fled, with their fate uncertain. Much folklore and legend surrounds the Benders, making it difficult to separate fact from fiction.Wikipedia
    • The episode of The Librarians titled "And the Heart of Darkness" (airdate January 11, 2015) has Katie Bender as the lead villain portrayed by Lea Zawada.Wikipedia
    • The subtitles on the DVD sections are:
      1. Phantom attacker.
      2. Surveillance camera.
      3. Cuffed.
      4. The best hunt.
      5. Walking away.
      6. End Credits.
    • This episode has similar themes to the The X-Files episode "Home," which features a secluded family that has a long tradition of inbreeding and violence toward anyone who comes close to its members. Both episodes play on the same themes: a strong (and perverted) sense of family and a vision of horror that isn't brought by demons or creatures, but humans. It is often said to be the scariest and most disturbing X-Files episode.
    • This was another episode the writers were afraid the network was going to ask them to tone down. This was crazy, and violent in a good way - with the horror movie scares.Supernatural The Official Companion Season 1, p. 85
    • Although John did not send the boys on this hunt, he did mark the area in his journal as a possible hunting grounds for a phantom attacker.
    • Sam is kidnapped outside a bar called Kugel's Keg.
    • This is the only episode "Winchester" is mentioned in regards to the Winchester rifle.
    • According to police computer file Record ID DF-23094 Samuel Winchester was born May 2, 1983, in Lawrence, Kansas. He is 6'4", 180-190 lbs., brown hair, brown eyes, with no distinctive markings or tattoos. Record ID DF23094 Dean Winchester was born January 24, 1979, in Lawrence, Kansas. He "died" March 7, 2006, in St. Louis, Missouri. He was 6'4", 175 lbs., brown hair, green eyes, with no distinctive markings or tattoos. Subject was prime suspect in multiple homicide investigations in St. Louis area prior to his death.
    • This is the first episode where the monsters are human.
    • Sam is never fed by the Benders, although he was in the cage a full day after Jenkins is hunted.
    • The wind chime is supposed to be made of Lee, Jared, and Missy's mother's bones. ~Sequential Tart - Super Women: Alexia Fast; and Interview with Supernatural's Missy Bender
    • Several of the crew told Alexia Fast that Missy really creeped them out with the whole cannibal thing. ~Sequential Tart - Super Women: Alexia Fast; and Interview with Supernatural's Missy Bender
    • Both Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles cite this episode as one of their favorites in the first issue of the Official Supernatural Magazine:
      Jensen: ...the guys on "The Benders" - the whole family - were also great...
      Jared: I realize that wasn't supernatural at all, but it was a fun show to film and a fun one to watch.
    • The Supernatural The Official Companion Season 1 has "Sweet and Low Down" credited as Composer. However, in listening to the episode, it is George Gershwin that composed and performed the piece.
    • Inside the Legend: The Benders
    • Inside the Legend: The Benders Part 2


    • This is the third episode in which the brothers (specifically Dean) mix with the law, the first two being Skin and Hook Man.
    • Dean had to say to Deputy Hudak that he was Sam's cousin, because Sam's brother (Dean Winchester) was killed.
    • Dean Winchester's record reflects that he died on March 7, 2006 in St. Louis, Missouri. (Skin)


    • The police files on Sam and Dean Winchester have the same number. Dean's height is listed wrong in his file - it's listed as 6'4", when he's actually 6'1". It also lists Dean with brown hair, when he has dark blonde hair.
    • The side of Deputy Hudak's car says "Hibbing County" but there is no such thing. Hibbing is actually part of St. Louis County.
    • The last thing that came over the police computer before the deputy busted Dean for having stolen a badge, is "Domestic Disturb. Central - 365 Valley Way. Unit 123" not the police station "getting back to her".
    • The computer information concerning the false badge reads: Incoming message from Central Dispatch. Re: Request for Info - Minnesota State Police Badge No. 1839 Gregory Washington. Nowhere on the computer screen does it say that the badge Dean is using was stolen.


    Kathleen: Does your cousin have a drinking problem?
    Dean: Sam? Two beers and he's doin' karaoke.
    Dean: Officer, look, uh, he's family. I kind of-I kind of look out for the kid. You gotta let me go with you.
    Kathleen: I'm sorry, I can't do that.
    Dean: Well, tell me something. Your county has its fair share of missing persons. Any of 'em come back?
    (Kathleen drops her head.)
    Dean: Sam's my responsibility. And he's comin' back. I'm bringin' him back.
    Dean: Here's the thing. When-when... when we were young, I pretty much pulled him from a fire. And ever since then, I've felt responsible for him. You know, like it's my job to keep him safe. I'm just afraid if we don't find him fast...
    (His voice breaks.)
    Dean: Please. He's my family.
    Jenkins: Why don't you give it up, Sammy? There's no way out.
    Sam: Don't... call me... Sammy!
    Dean: I gotta start carrying paper clips.
    Dean: Have you seen 'em?
    Sam: Yeah. Dude, they're just people.
    Dean: And they jumped you? Must be gettin' a little rusty there, kiddo.
    Dean: Well, I'll say it again - demons I get. People are crazy.
    (Dean points at Jared.)
    Dean: I'm gonna kick your ass first.
    (He points to Lee. Pa comes up behind Dean with an iron pan.)
    Dean: And then yours.
    (Pa hits Dean over the head with a pan. Dean falls to the floor, unconscious.)
    Pa: You a cop?
    Dean: If I tell you, you promise not to make me into an ashtray?
    Dean: Oh, eat me. No, no, no, wait, wait, wait-you actually might.
    Dean: If you hurt my brother, I'll kill you, I swear. I'll kill you all.
    (Pa walks towards the open front door. Dean is screaming.)
    Dean: (yelling) I will kill you all!
    Dean: Don't ever do that again.
    Sam: Do what?
    Dean: Go missin' like that.
    Sam: So, you got sidelined by a thirteen-year-old girl, huh?
    Dean: Oh, shut up.
    Sam: Just sayin', you're gettin' rusty there, kiddo.
    Dean: (chuckling) Shut up.