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When Sam was being pinned to the wall, first his bangs were on his forehead and then two scenes later, they weren't. Then a scene later, the bangs were back across his forehead.
Towards the end when the demon has been killed, Ruby's bangs keep changing position from off to the side to between her eyes.
When the spurned witch was killed at the beginning of the show 3 of 4 candles were blown out. When Dean and Sam came looking for her and found her dead, two candles remained burning.
While Poison's "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" is playing in the background, closed captioning displays the words for Nazareth's "Love Hurts".
When Sam was tied to the chair he was cut on the right arm, yet at the end of the episode there is no scar on his right arm, and his left is bandaged.
When Mrs. God was cutting Dean's arm for the second time, blood was coming out but there's no cut wound.
In the scene where Sam and Dean break through the Santa's house door when he is watching TV, he is holding a bottle in his left hand and a green bong in his right. When he suddenly stands up the Santa is holding the bottle in his right and the bong is gone.
The last victim's wife claims she was woken by her husband's screams when he was being pulled from the bed. Yet when the attack happened, she screamed as soon as the demon entered the room, and her husband never screamed.
Gordon says that Bela was in Massachusetts, and with the Winchesters. In the last episode she was with the Winchesters and this episode clearly follows directly after it. However, in that episode local resident Steve Warren had Rhode Island license plates.
When the third victim "drowns" in his car and Sam and Dean fail to save him, Sam checks his pulse and immediately comes to the conclusion that the man is dead. After such a short time after the "drowning," Sam should have performed CPR first since there is a possibility of saving the person even if he lost his pulse.
If Gert and Sam are "already halfway there," meaning to the charity ball, as Bela says while waiting for Dean to change into his tux, then why do Bela and Dean arrive at the charity ball first, while Gert and Sam arrive minutes later?
At the three-minute mark of the show the first victim is taking a shower. She has no shampoo in her hair but after looking out the shower door and just before she is choked from behind she has shampoo in her hair but only for a brief second then its gone again.
Trivia: In season 1, "Salvation," Meg tells John to "mind his blood pressure" after he threatens to kill her. Bela says the same thing to Dean in the same situation.
When Dean walks down the stairs in a tuxedo to a waiting Bela and during their brief conversation, there are several lit candles in plain view. However, when they exit to go to Gert's party, neither one takes the time to stop and blow out the candles.
Trivia: When the three brothers were attacked during the "Three Little Pigs" incident, they were having an argument over building materials, with the only survivor advocating the use of cinder blocks (i.e. bricks).
At 7:47 Sam starts to put the second bag on his shoulder. But when the shot changes the bag is back down, and he raises it again to his shoulder.
Trivia: The Yellow-Eyed Demon's name is revealed to be Azazel.
While Creedence Clearwater Revival's Run Through The Jungle is playing in the background, closed captioning displays the words for Iggy Pop's Power and Freedom.
When Sam comes out of the restaurant and falls, you see that his knees are scraped and the jeans are torn. Later at the motel, you see that the knees are dirty but there are no holes.
When Wayne falls on the fork, we can see it has been pushed up through his mouth a lot further than it was originally standing up. The fork appears to be a lot longer in his mouth.
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dysfuntional families, Supernatural, demonic resurrection, absent parent, supernatural forces