Supernatural 9 Seasons 2005

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Season 1
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4. Phantom Traveler TV-NR CC

On TransNational flight 2485, a man possessed by the spirit of the Phantom Traveler causes the plane to crash, leaving only five survivors.

Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
October 4, 2005

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Phantom Traveler

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Season 1
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    1. Pilot Two brothers, Sam and Dean Winchester, witness their mother's paranormal death as children and grow up trained to fight by a distraught father who wants nothing more than to hunt down the thing that killed his wife.

    TV-NR 44min September 13, 2005
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    2. Wendigo Sam and Dean follow the coordinates left in their father's journal and land in the middle of the Colorado woods where they investigate the disappearance of several campers.

    TV-NR 44min September 20, 2005
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    3. Dead in the Water In a small town in Wisconsin, Sam and Dean investigate a series of mysterious drownings officially explained as suicides.

    TV-NR 44min September 27, 2005
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    4. Phantom Traveler On TransNational flight 2485, a man possessed by the spirit of the Phantom Traveler causes the plane to crash, leaving only five survivors.

    TV-NR 43min October 4, 2005
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    5. Bloody Mary In suburban Nebraska, several partying high school teens jokingly dare their friend Charlie (MARNETTE PATTERSON) to look into a mirror and repeat "Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary," not knowing that this will unleash a series of mysterious murders.

    TV-NR 44min October 11, 2005
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    6. Skin Sam and Dean help Sam's old college buddy after he is accused of a murder he swears he didn't commit.

    TV-NR 42min October 18, 2005
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    7. Hook Man In a small college town in Iowa, Sam and Dean encounter the infamous "Hook Man," a vengeful spirit who kills his victims with a shiny hook that serves as his hand. Sam and Dean learn that all the victims are connected to the daughter of a local minister. They race to find and destroy the Hook Man's bones before he comes after them.

    TV-NR 41min October 25, 2005
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    8. Bugs After a construction worker is killed by insects burrowing into his brain, Sam and Dean investigate a town's history and find that the new housing development is being built on sacred American Indian land.

    TV-NR 44min November 8, 2005
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    9. Home Sam is haunted by a vision of a woman trapped in the brothers' childhood house and convinces a reluctant Dean that they need to go home. Upon arrival, they meet the woman in Sam's premonition, and she reveals that the house is haunted.

    TV-NR 43min November 15, 2005
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    10. Asylum Sam and Dean investigate an abandoned sanitarium and discover that the patients had held a revolt against the cruel and unusual punishments inflicted by the head doctor.

    TV-NR 44min November 22, 2005
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    11. Scarecrow Sam and Dean finally make contact with their father, but he tells them to stop looking for him and sends them on another ghost-hunting job.

    TV-NR 43min January 10, 2006
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    12. Faith While battling a demon, Dean is electrocuted, resulting in permanent damage to his heart and leaving him with only a couple of months to live.

    TV-NR 44min January 17, 2006
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    13. Route 666 Dean is contacted by his first love, Cassie (recurring guest star MEGALYN ECHIKUNWOKE), an African-American girl who asks him to come to Mississippi to investigate a string of racially motivated murders.

    TV-NR 41min January 31, 2006
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    14. Nightmare Sam has a premonition in which a man is killed, but the murder is made to look like a suicide.

    TV-NR 43min February 7, 2006
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    15. The Benders Sam and Dean head to Minnesota where a young boy witnesses a man vanishing into thin air.

    TV-NR 44min February 14, 2006
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    16. Shadow While investigating a mysterious death in Chicago, Sam and Dean run into Meg (recurring guest star NICKI AYCOX), who is thrilled to see Sam again.

    TV-NR 42min February 28, 2006
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    17. Hell House Sam and Dean investigate a house haunted by the ghost of a man who killed his six daughters during the 1930s.

    TV-NR 41min March 30, 2006
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    18. Something Wicked Sam and Dean investigate a small town in Wisconsin where children are falling into comas for no apparent reason.

    TV-NR 42min April 6, 2006
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    19. Provenance A young husband and wife are killed in their home shortly after buying an antique painting of a family portrait from around 1910.

    TV-NR 44min April 13, 2006
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    20. Dead Man's Blood After a vampire hunter who was John's (recurring guest star JEFFREY DEAN MORGAN) mentor is murdered, Sam and Dean are surprised when John himself shows up to solve the case.

    TV-NR 43min April 20, 2006
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    21. Salvation After Sam has a vision of a family being attacked in the same manner as his mom was, the brothers and their father, John (recurring guest star JEFFREY DEAN MORGAN), head to Salvation, Iowa, to save the family Sam dreamed of and finally kill the demon using the antique gun they recently acquired.

    TV-NR 41min April 27, 2006
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    22. Devil's Trap On a mission to save their father, John (recurring guest star JEFFREY DEAN MORGAN), from Meg (recurring guest star NICKI AYCOX), Sam and Dean seek help from an old family friend, Bobby (JIM BEAVER).

    TV-NR 44min May 4, 2006

Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Drama, Thriller, Mystery, Horror
Director Robert Singer
Supporting actors Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Jaime Ray Newman, Brian Markinson, Kett Turton, Daryl Shuttleworth, Paul Jarrett, Fred Henderson, Geoff Gustafson, Amanda Wood, Ingrid Tesch, Kelly-Ruth Mercier, Dana Pemberton, Benjamin Ayres, Christopher Rosamond
Season year 2006
Network The CW
Executive Producer Todd Philip Aronauer
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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242 of 256 people found the following review helpful By Buffy on May 23, 2006
Format: DVD
I watched this show from the very first episode because its premise caught my attention and was pleasantly surprised by just how good it turned out to be. The two actors who play the Winchester brothers play very well off of one another and have great chemistry. Jensen Ackles, who plays the older brother is really the break out star of this show as his performances are outstanding. On the surface he appears to be little more than the smart ass big brother who simply wants to hunt down and destroy any supernatural creature he possibly can. It doesn't take long for us to see that Sam (the youngest) is not the only compassionate brother. They both want to find their father and avenge their mother's death as well as help others along the way. Add the character of the father to the mix and things get even more interesting. This show is not just about two demon-hunting brothers. It also skillfully explores the complicated relationship not only between the brothers, but between the brothers and their father as well. Supernatural only gets better and better as the season progresses and has become much more than just a monster of the week show. Every episode has wonderful, witty dialogue and unlike some other 'generic' horror/sci-fi shows targeted at younger audiences, Supernatural purposely tries to be different and to stand out from the crowd (and succeeds). By the end of this first season, I was completely enthralled by the storylines and looked forward to the show every week. The action only gets better and better until the season finale that leaves you wondering, what are the Winchesters going to do next and how will they possibly top this in season 2?
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93 of 96 people found the following review helpful By C. Chung on September 12, 2006
Format: DVD
As a horror fan, I thought I'd seen it all. However, in the near infinite myriad of programming vying for one's attention, Supernatural stands out as something both unique and refreshing. If I could sum up the show in one word, it would be: SPECTACULAR! The beauty of the show is it takes a simple premise: "the great American road trip" and it twists and turns it into a whole new entity and places it in the same category as some of the other great shows in the genre such as the 'X-Files' and 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer', yet it still retains its own identity.

First off, character development is outstanding. With only two primary cast members, this was a critical issue to deal with, but Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles deliver their roles perfectly, almost as if they were brothers in real life. The tension of the boys' relationship with their father (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) is also a noteworthy aspect of the show's excellent interpersonal dynamics, as it transcends the usual conventions and adds layer upon layer of love, hate, respect, and fear. In addition, throughout the first season each character evolves as their battle with evil (and good) intensifies. In the end everyone is stripped of their protective facades and are left vulnerable and exposed, with nothing but their true personas serving as a shield against an overwhelming enemy that seemingly can't be stopped. Not only does this add a boost of realism, but it also charts the character's growth throughout the season leaving us with complex individuals instead of stagnant cardboard cutouts reset back to their "same-old, same-old" status quos by the end of the episode.

Another refreshing aspect of the show, is, it doesn't insult the audience.
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42 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Barry on August 21, 2006
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Described as "The X Files Meets Route 66", Supernatural came along last fall on the WB and quickly became the one bright spot for new programming. Feeling the withdrawl of no more "Buffy" or "Angel", this new show helps fill in that void, if not totally making up for it. Better than expected for this type of show on a network like WB, Supernatural is a tight and well shot show that is a little "mini horror movie" every week, but having it's own mythology and season story arc. The show's weekly stories delve into folklore and famous urban legends. Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki play Dean and Sam Winchester, brothers who drive across the country tracking down supernatural happening and beings and helping people. They have their own personal motives that drive them that include horrible tragedies that have happened to them both and their family. Like Mulder who is searching for his sister, the boys are searching for their father. "Pilot" is an exceptionally well done first episode that sets everything up very nicely. Other top highlights featured in the debut season include "Bloody Mary", where the brothers confront that famous legend about a ghostly apparition in mirrors. "Hook Man" puts a new and modern spin on the 'ol crazy killer with a hook hand at lovers lane tale and pulls it off. Ackles gets to show off his acting chops in the shape shifting episode "Skin". The boys' tragic past comes back to haunt them in the exceptional "Home", one of the first season's best episodes. "Asylum" is one of the top best as the brothers try to explore strange things going on in an abandoned asylum. "Scarecrow" is a wonderful little thrill ride about strange cititzens and their ties to a murderous scarecrow. Buffy's Julie Benz(Darla)appears in "Faith".Read more ›
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