Сверхъестественное Simon Said (2005– ) Online
Visions show Sam, still hunting for the master demon with Dean, the way to another small town where paranormal events occur, some innocent, some chillingly evil. The Winchester brothers are convinced it's all the paranormal work of 23-year-old Andy Gallagher, but doubt as that boy, although a bit of an outcast loser living in a van filled with philosophy as well as rock music seems sincerely surprised and using his powers with self-control. Soon they find after rescuing Tracy from what seems his work there is another at least as able and less scrupled, in fact, Andy's secret twin-brother, whose vengeance for their separation strikes out mercilessly, a cool killer, which even Andy may be unable to help the brothers stop in his sadistic steps...
|Episode cast overview:|
|Jared Padalecki||-||Sam Winchester|
|Jensen Ackles||-||Dean Winchester|
|Samantha Ferris||-||Ellen Harvelle|
|Alona Tal||-||Jo Harvelle|
|Gabriel Tigerman||-||Andrew Gallagher|
|Elias Toufexis||-||Ansem 'Webber' Weems|
|Blu Mankuma||-||Dr. Jennings|
|Rachel Wainwright||-||Holly Beckett|
|Ivan Vance||-||Security Guard|
Sam can be seen wearing a cast on his hand/wrist. Jared Padalecki injured his hand during a stunt in 2.03 "Bloodlust" and began filming 2.04 "Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things" before it was diagnosed as being broken. The injury was written in as an accident in the final stunts of that episode in order to set up for Sam to be wearing a cast for the next few episodes.
The license plate on Andy's van is another Star Wars/Obi Wan reference - it reads "RU OBI 1."
The original version of the story, as pitched by Ben Edlund, involved a deformed twin who convinced his normal-looking brother to be mentally handicapped, thanks to their telepathic link. In the finale, the deformed twin should have eaten his sibling. It was John Shiban that helped Edlund to boil down the script to the form seen here.
Deans tells Sam, "It looks like he can't work his mojo just by twitching his nose." This is a reference to the main character in the 1960's TV sitcom "Bewitched," a witch who twitches her nose to use her powers.
When Dean says that he isn't sure that Andy is the killer, Sam responds, "Dean, you had OJ convicted before he got out of his white bronco and you have doubts about this." He is referring to OJ Simpson, the Heisman trophy-winning former professional football player who was accused and later acquitted of murdering his wife in 1994.
The group playing "Stonehenge" is Spinal Tap, a fake group used to portray hard rockers in a mockumentary in the film "This is Spinal Tap(1984) which is by a group who was made up of actors playing rock stars. I.e. "Not who they seem to be" like the guy(s) who they are hunting.
The birth and fake name used for Andy's twin brother, Ansem 'Webber' Weems, is a play on the names of the character Potsie Webber played by Anson Williams' on "Happy Days" (1974)_
When Sam calls Dean to tell him Andy's got the Impala, Dean responds with, "He full-on Obi-Wanned me!" This is in reference to Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) and Obi-Wan Kenobi, a Jedi knight who can use the Force to make people do as he wishes. In fact, later in the episode when Sam, Dean, and Andy are accessing records, Andy tells the guard, "These are not the droids you are looking for," another Obi-Wan reference.
Body count: 3