The brothers get in the car, and Dean asks Sam what he's got on the case, and I brace myself for what's sure to be a number of lame acronyms. Aaaand I must have E.S.P. or something, because Sam tells Dean that "There's definitely E.V.P. on the cockpit voice recorder." And I totally LOL'd about how D.O.A. that line reading was. I mean, WTF? Sam plays the recording back on his computer, isolating a creepy voice moaning, "No survivors." Dean wonders what that means, since there were supposedly seven survivors of the crash. Sheesh, Dean, with your expectations. Hey, even Rascally Plumes make mistakes every once in a while. Dean and Sam start their weekly game of Name That Force when Dean asks, "So what are you thinking, a haunted flight?" Sam replies, "There's a long history of spirits and death omens on planes and ships, like phantom travelers. Or, ah, remember Flight 401." Dean nods and is all, "Do I?" replying, "Right, the one that crashed and the airline salvaged some of its parts, put it in other planes, then the spirit of the pilot and co-pilot haunted those flights." I just, I mean...you guys, this is my LEAST favorite part of the show every single week. All this serious-faced, arms-crossed, head-nodding, monster-genealogy-creating "Mm-hm, could be the old Bicycle Head demon." "Oh yes, you mean the demon that steals bicycles from little children, fills the hollow aluminum tubes with chocolates and then returns the bicycle and waits for the children to crash their bikes and find the haunted chocolate and then eat the haunted chocolate?" "Yes, that's the one." The brothers decide to go visit a survivor from the crash named Max Jaffe who lives around there and who is now in a psychiatric institution.
Episode Report CardDrunken Bee: B | 932 USERS: C+
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