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The lady's name in the show is "Consuela", but the actual name is "Consuelo". Besides, she claims to be from El Salvador but her accent sounds Caribbean.
When the brothers are questioning the maid, she says that the suspect had "bigotes" which means a mustache. However, Sam translates that as beard which is "barba" in Spanish. The maid should have said "barba" so it would make sense.
Although the episode is set in River Pass, Colorado, in the scene where Sam and Dean are confronting one of the horsemen, a Canada Post mailbox can be seen on the right-hand side of the screen.
At the end, when Sam goes to leave, he lifts his right leg over the bench to get up in the far shot. Then in the second close shot after that, he lifts it over again.
Trivia: When Sam and Dean were flipping through radio stations and finally gave up after hearing nothing but reports of impending disasters, the time on the clock was 11:58PM. Iron Maiden released a song in 1984 called Two Minutes to Midnight which told a story of how mankind's penchant of war would result in his destruction.
When Becky finds Sam and Dean at the hotel, she calls Sam "Sam Winchester". Last season, when the guys meet Chuck, he states that he didn't include their last name in the books.
It looks that the time gap that separates this episode and the previous one is very short. At the end of the previous episode, Dean was heavily battered and bruised by Sam. However, at the beginning of this episode there's no sign of any bruises.
At the very beginning of the episode we see Sam brushing his teeth. However, when he talks to Dean there is no sign of toothpaste in or around his mouth at all.
It's never made clear why the ghouls take so long to kill Sam. They have several opportunities throughout the episode when he's essentially alone and they can dispose of him when Dean is nowhere nearby, but instead they leave him alone.
When the female bartender pours Dean the beer and sits the glass in front of him, the amount of head and the level of beer in the glass changes dramatically from one shot to the next before he even takes his first sip.
Despite his intimate knowledge of the Winchesters, and the fact that in several of his visions their faces are shown, Chuck doesn't recognize Sam and Dean on sight when they arrive at his doorstep.
Chuck asks if they had to live through the ghost ship. However, "Red Sky at Morning" wasn't one of the 24 published books. No explanation is given for why Chuck didn't publish that book (or any of the other 35 missing titles from the list of books seen), even though Dean says they cover "everything."
Trivia: When Sam and Dean force their way into the Chuck's house, you can see a couple of action figures that closely resemble Green Lantern, a DC Comics superhero, near the ceiling.
When Paul was working in the middle of the night trying to retrieve his files, the screen was white with black text. Typically computer "command run" programming section is black screen with white text.
Dean says that his mother's name is Ellen, his father's name is Bob, and his sister's name is Jo. These are characters from the 2nd season. Bob is most likely Bobby Singer. Ellen owned the roadhouse and her daughter Jo worked there until she went off hunting by herself. Sam says that he just broke up with his fiance Madison. Madison was the werewolf that Sam fell in love with in the episode "Heart."
When Pamela starts bleeding, we see blood covering her hand. However, in all the shots following, she is covering her wound with her hand but there's no blood on it.
Even though they're in spirit form, Sam and Dean's condensed breath can be seen when they're speaking in the cold outdoor scenes.
In the opening scene, the clock on the wall has a second hand but it never moves.
While there is a Bedford, Iowa, it doesn't have a major riverfront facility like the one seen at the end, or the huge bridge, or the multi-story buildings. (The bridge is the Skybridge, in Vancouver.)
In the episode we see the boys interview the husband and he states that if the judge doesn't give him the death penalty, he'll "do it" himself. Yet as a resident of Iowa he would have known that there was no way that would happen since Iowa doesn't have the death penalty. The worst penalty he would have gotten would have been life without parole.
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dysfuntional families, Supernatural, demonic resurrection, absent parent, supernatural forces