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There are several "goofs" that occur in Dean's new life which may be Goofs, or may be his subconscious efforts to indicate something is wrong. They include
1) When Dean watches the TV in the middle of the night the KJLT timestamp says it's 9 a.m. central;
2) the newspaper headline about the one-year anniversary of the airplane crash says it's December 5, 2005, but Dean is seen earlier mowing the yard; and
3) the lawnmower Dean uses to mow the lawn has no blades.
4) When Dean wakes up in his mother's house we get to see photographs of their family. Young Dean in the photographs does not look anything like the kid that played him in other episodes.
Trivia: In Dean's fantasy, the Impala has a new Kansas license plate number: RMD 5H2
During the scene at the cemetery, twice you can hear Dean talking but his mouth isn't moving.
Trivia: Dean's address in his fantasy is #53 Barker Ave, Lawrence, KS, 66044.
Trivia: During Dean's fantasy, he is wearing a silver necklace, rather than the amulet he normally wears.
At 23:40 when Sam sprinkles the lighter fluid onto the blood stain, there isn't much liquid. Yet when he lights it, it lights as if it were soaked in the fluid.
At 20:16 Dean is piling up the cigarettes in front of himself. Yet when the shot is from behind him, his hands are gone, and the pile of cigarettes is in a different location.
When Sam and Dean are in the line with all the new prisoners to get checked if they have any metal on them, the camera goes past a man in the line that we see earlier who is already in the prison. At the very beginning of the episode, when we see the outside of Green River County Detention Center, the man is just standing around outside with all the other prisoners already inside.
The ghost's kill pattern doesn't seem to make sense. Over the course of the three days or so the Winchesters are in prison, it kills or tries to kill three people. So it kills roughly one person a day. However, it was in the prison for three months before the brothers arrive. That would mean it killed roughly 90 people, but no mention is made of that number of deaths. However, if it didn't stick to the pattern we see... why not? There's no explanation for why it suddenly escalates its murder rate after the brothers arrive.
The scene where the guard tells the prisoner to turn off his light is not even close to being a real situation. Not even in your local jail, state prison, or federal penitentiary are prisoners even allowed to near anything that could be used as a weapon, like electricity.
Sam says that the electrician, Billy Beaird, died in the giant fan. The brothers confirm that Beaird was cremated, but later Walter summons his spirit repeatedly to kill first Jay and then Marty.
Trivia: When the trailer for Hell Hazers 2 begins, the movie rating screen says Hell Hazers has been approved by the "American Association for Motion Pictures." In reality it is the "Motion Picture Association of America." Also, it says that the film has not been rated and underneath, in small print, it says "Not Yet Written, Cast, Shot, Edited or Scored."
The brothers and Madison all seem to be in a hurry to kill her. It's not clear what the rush is, given they've only had 2-4 days to explore all the options. They already know they can keep her from transforming, and Dean suggests it's because she has to be asleep during a full moon cycle. They also know they can confine her safely in a closet. Why not take one more night to lock her up and test Dean's theory? Instead they just shoot her dead.
When Sam checks on Madison the morning after Kurt's murder, Madison wakes up and realizes she's naked. However, when she throws the covers aside she's already neatly covered up in a sheet even though there's no indication she pulled the sheet loose before getting out of bed.
Shouldn't Sam and Dean have put a silencer on the gun before Sam shot Madison? Gunshots are extremely loud, louder than television and movies portray, so someone from her apartment complex or even the street would have easily heard it.
When Sam is in the morgue, the corpse on the table blinks.
Trivia: The conversation Sam has with Molly at the end is very similar to the conversation the Reaper and Dean had toward the end of "In My Time of Dying."
The brothers don't salt and burn Marion Greeley's bones. There's no indication she's a ghost, but given she killed herself because she lost her husband, she certainly seems obsessed. There's no reason not to dispose of her remains in the proper manner, and yet they don't.
When Greeley is scratching Molly's stomach, there is a lot of skin showing, but when we get a full view of her hanging, there is only a sliver of skin showing.
When confronting Greeley's spirit, Dean yells at Sam to hurry up. Given Sam is secretly salting and burning Greeley's bones, Dean yelling at him isn't the best idea. Fortunately, Greeley doesn't bother to investigate what Sam is doing.
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dysfuntional families, Supernatural, demonic resurrection, absent parent, supernatural forces