This television drama is about the two Winchester brothers, Sam and Dean, who were raised by their father, John, to hunt and kill all things that go "bump in the night" after his wife, Mary, was murdered by an evil supernatural being when the boys were young. 22 years later the brothers set out on a journey, fighting evil along the way, to find their recently missing father who, when they finally meet up with, reveals he knows what killed their mother, a demon, and has found a way to track and kill it. Meanwhile, Sam starts to develop frightening abilities that include death visions, visions of people dying before it actually happens. These visions are somehow connected to the demon who murdered his mother and its mysterious plans that seem to be all about Sam. When their father dies striking a deal with the very same devil that had killed his wife, the brothers, now alone and without their mentor, are determined to finish the crusade their father started. But disturbing revelations ...
One hell of a time for a family reunion.
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Did You Know?
Whenever the brothers are introduced (by their real names) by themselves or others they are almost always referred to as Sam and Dean rather than Dean and Sam. This is a nod to Jared Padalecki
's name being displayed first in the opening credits. Only in season one, episode nine, "Home", and season eight, episode fourteen, "trail and error" and again meeting Metatron in season eight, episode twentyone, "the great escapist" do they refer to themselves as Dean and Sam. See more
Sam Winchester frequently portrays a phony FBI agent to investigate cases. However, his hair is collar length and he's often shown to be unshaven. Both are unacceptable for FBI agents who are not on undercover assignments and Winchester never presents himself as being undercover. See more
Dude, I'm not enabling your sick habit. You're like one of those lab rats that pushes the pleasure button instead of the food button until it dies.
What are you talking about, I eat.
The opening credits are shown during an early scene. See more
Carry On Wayward Son
Written by Kerry Livgren
Performed by Kansas See more