Commercials. The boys walk through the same door the teens had and turn on their low-budget ghost detectors. Dean's getting ratings "big-time" and Sam declares that "this place is orbing like crazy." Gag me with a dork spoon. We get a shot of the viewfinder on Sam's special Ghost Camcorder that shows a bunch of glowy blobs. We find out that the only way they can get rid of the bad spirits is to find their missing bodies and burn them. Dean is nervous because they aren't just dealing with a pissed-off spirit, but "the pissed-off spirit of a psycho killer." They creep some more, a ghost scurries across the hall behind them, and they turn to look but don't see anything. They continue to creep down the hall, while we are treated to a Jacob's Ladder-style shot of man with a bruised face in a straitjacket, his head shaking side to side in a time-lapse-photography kind of way. The boys. The creeping. The Sony Ghost Camcorder of Complete Uselessness. The inexplicable ambient light. The creaking. Sam walks in circles around a room, eyes glued to his viewfinder, which suddenly reveals a ghost that is totally visible to the naked eye. This ghost is less time-lapse, more Seth Green in Idle Hands. Sam yells for Dean, who rushes in with his shotgun and blows the ghost's head off. Sam gets all touchy-feely: "It was weird that she didn't even attack me. She didn't even try. So if she didn't want to hurt me, then what did she want?" They turn a corner and see a bed turned on its side. This is suspicious for some reason, so they get their flashlights up in X-Files position and stalk in to find J.V. huddled behind the bed all shaky and cry-y. J.V.'s name is "Kat," but I prefer J.V. They find out that Gavin has gone missing, and J.V. takes advantage of having worn a wrap sweater on her date to connote her vulnerability. Does this wrap sweater make me look alone and scared? Dean tells her that Sam will get her out of there, but J.V. protests, saying that she has to stay and look for Gavin. Dean's "All right, I guess we just split up then" can, in my opinion, count as numero nueve.
Episode Report CardDrunken Bee: B- | 1441 USERS: B-
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