I touched ever so briefly on my love of Supernatural when I wrote a post during the 30 Day TV Show Challenge. Well, on my love of Dean Winchester anyway. It’s only natural that I include the Halloween themed episode of Supernatural in my Halloween themed posts.
I want so desperately to be one of those people who can go crazy with their Halloween decorations. You know, fake gravestones in the yard, spiderwebs on the porch. That kind of thing. Sadly I now live in the middle of the woods where the spiderwebs are real and we get no trick or treaters. Congrats to the people in this neighborhood for keeping it real.
The female in the cold open bought a shit ton of candy! I’ve never had enough trick or treaters to necessitate both a bucket and jumbo bag of candy. It’s a good thing too because like her husband I don’t think I’d be able to resist the temptation. Unlike the husband, I don’t imagine my candy coming complete with razor blades.
How did the husband die of a razor blade in his stomach and one in his throat? Four razor blades could not possibly have fit into that one piece of candy. Could it? Great, now I’ll be checking all my candy for hidden blades. Good thing it tastes the same when it’s all crushed up.
And there’s a hex bag. Witches here we come! Bonus points to Dean for describing them as skeevy.
The teenagers Halloween party in the basement is super lame yet highly realistic. Though I’m pretty sure my mom would have killed me if I tried to leave the house in a skirt as short as the one the cheerleader is wearing. And I would have been double dead if she caught me slutting it up while bobbing for apples.
The sexy nurse is drowning in the apple bobbing bucket and her friends can’t get her out! Plus the water is boiling? It reminds me of a scene in this one Fear Street novel where a cheerleader gets stuck in a scalding hot shower and drowns/burns to death. As if one of those options isn’t horrible enough. Ugh.
How do the Winchester boys afford sexy, tailored suits? I assume that they are purchased with fake/stolen credit cards. But damn. How high is their credit limit?
A history of Samhain and Halloween! For more information on this please read The Halloween Tree by Ray Bradbury. It’s fantastic and I love every bit of it.
Ghosts, zombies and leprechauns. Sounds like a very unique Halloween experience.
Damn Dean is seriously wrecking some Halloween candy. I picture one massive upset stomach before the day is through. Belching can only help so much.
Ms. Blondey McCheerleader knows the deceased husband. Looks like the boys have a liar on their hands. Also her name is actually Tracy and she gets into violent altercations with teachers.
WTF kind of masks are the teenagers at the high school making? Some of those things are seriously fucked.
The art teacher looks like he would be a witch. Or are male witches known as warlocks? It’s hard to know from show to show. Either way this dude is creepy as all hell.
There is a kid in an astronaut costume trick or treating at a motel. And he throws Dean some serious shade when he’s told that there isn’t anymore candy. This kid is a little bit my hero.
Castiel is in the house and Same is totally bumbling over him. It’s adorable and super awkward. Especially when Cass refers to him as the “boy with the demon blood”.
How does a witch get a hex bag INSIDE the wall of a motel room? I imagine that would take some serious magic. Or a lot of time to hang drywall and match wallpaper.
Is it horrible that all I could think was the word urologist when Uriel the specialist was introduced? Despite all of the serious talk about smiting towns and saving seals, I got a serious case of the giggles.
But the real laughter came when Dean found the Impala in the parking lot and yelled “Astronaut!”
How does Sam know the exact amount of fire required to blacken the finger bone of a newborn? Sometimes I wonder if Sam is actually a psychopath.
Bonus points to the pumpkin with its tongue sticking out. Very modern-day Miley Cyrus. It just hurt my soul a little to write that.
Little Miss Cheerleader is tied up in a basement and creepy art teacher is chanting over a cup of blood. And rubbing a knife over her boobs. That is so NOT necessary. Thanks Dean for shooting him and making it stop.
Little Miss Cheerleader is also a witch! And the art teacher is her brother? Why did he choose such a disgusting shell when she chose a hot, young one? THIS MAKES NO SENSE TO ME.
Samhain is a black cloud of smoke that possesses ugly art teacher/man witch. And makes out with his sister. Then snaps her neck and calls her a whore. To quote Veronica, “How very. ”
Ew, Sam rubbed blood on his and Dean’s faces to hide from Samhain. It worked but it’s disgusting. What if the art teacher had a disease? Never play in other people’s blood!
I like that Dean takes the opportunity to play big brother, warning Sam against using his psychic powers against the witch. Once a big bro, always a big bro.
Zombie kid is totally reusing his Halloween costume at the mausoleum party. It’s not even that good of a costume. He makes up for it by being sucked into a crypt and dying.
Real zombies are joining the party! And ghosts! Now where are those leprechauns Sam promised?
I can’t take Sam seriously when he uses his psychic powers (aka holds out his hand and makes a constipated face). I hope the killer headache and nose bleed are worth it buddy.
Uriel is such a dick, showing up to remind Sam of the upcoming anniversary of the deaths of his mother and girlfriend. Use your psychic powers on this chump and see what happens.
DEAN: “Yeah, well, if you were a six-hundred-year hag and you could choose any costume to come back in, wouldn’t you go for a hot cheerleader? I would. Mmm.”
DEAN: “Well are you gonna figure out a way to find this witch or are you just going to sit there fingering your bone?”
DEAN: “Zombie-ghost orgy, huh? Well, that’s it. I’m torching everybody. “