4.05 Monster Movie
Original Air Date: 02 October 2008
As they drive into Pennsylvania, Dean goes on about the weirdness of the case: bite marks, and a witness who saw a vampire. They agree, though, that it’s nice to have a straightforward, black and white case.
The boys, clad in suits, enter a town’s Oktoberfest. Agents Angus and Young talk to the sheriff, who takes them to the morgue to see the victim, Marissa Wright, 26. She has two tooth marks on the side of her neck. Ed Brewer is the only witness, and not –according to the sheriff- exactly reliable.
In a pub, a pretty bartender –Jamie- makes eyes at Dean, as she walks toward the bar. Another server, Lucy, comments on Ed Brewer’s interest in her. The boys ask Jamie about Ed. She points the boys to the table where Ed’s sitting. Ed Brewer tells the boys that, on his way home through the park, he saw a woman struggling, as a man was biting her neck. He describes the vampire just like Dracula from the movies, in dress and in accent. They don’t believe it’s a real vampire. In fact, they begin to think this isn’t really their kind of case.
Sitting in the pub, Dean tells Sam that he needs to right certain “wrongs”. Coming back without any of his old scars, Dean figures that his virginity must be intact, as well.
Dean: I have been re-hymenated.
A young couple, making out in a car, is disturbed by the call of a wolf. The boy dismisses it, but a werewolf breaks the driver-side window and pulls him out of the car, screaming.
Sam and Dean question the girl from the car. She says the creature tore Rick to pieces. She says it was a werewolf, like from the old movies, torn pants and shirt, and everything.
The boys go to the morgue, and examine Rick. His body is torn up, and he’s bitten right down to the bone. The heart is still intact, uncommon for werewolves. The sheriff says the fibers from the body are canine.
Back at the pub, Sam and Dean discuss the cases. Jamie says beers are on her, then tells Dean she gets off work at midnight.
Dean: Do you think this Dracula could turn into a bat. That would be cool.
A museum guard is talking on the phone about a shipment. There is a mysterious sarcophagus that just showed up on the loading dock, with no papers. A mummy rises from the sarcophagus. The guard takes a couple shots, but the mummy kills him.
The boys examine the sarcophagus, and find that it’s from a prop house in Philly. It also has a bowl of dry ice and water.
Dean leaves Sam with the weirdness, and takes off to meet Jamie. She, however, doesn’t wait long for the tardy Dean. As she heads into the misty darkness, Dracula appears behind her. He calls her his bride Mena. Dean arrives just in time, and fights with Dracula. Dracula refers to Dean as “Harker”, and gets the upper hand, but as he’s about to bite, Dean rips off what looks like a prosthetic vampire ear.
Dean takes the ear to Sam, and points out that it is just like a shapeshifter’s flesh.
They decide that the shapeshifter is fixated on Jamie. Jamie tells them about Ed Barker’s crush on her. She says he works as a projectionist at the old movie house.
To Dean, Jamie questions how terrible their lives as hunters must be. Dean tells her about his “near death” experience. It made him realize that he helps people –saves them. He describes it as a gift, a mission.
Lucy walks in on Dean and Jamie making out in the pub. Jamie invites her to stay for a drink. Dean, sarcastically, agrees she should stay for a drink.
Sam checks his pistol, as he enters the old movie house. Someone is playing the organ. As Sam walks in on Ed, he is
Jamie tells Lucy about Dracula. She starts to act a little tipsy. Then, Dean looks down at his glass, and notices he’s feeling a bit woozy. He punches Lucy, knocking “her” face out of whack. He tries to fight Lucy –the shapeshifter- but succumbs to whatever was in his drink.
Dean wakes in a lab, strapped to a table, and wearing Lederhosen, ja! “Oh, come on!” “Dracula” points out his bride from the third movie. He says he chose her form to move about among the living. Then, he found that his bride was incarnate in Jamie.
Dean points out that, in all the movies, the monster always loses in the end. Dracula, however, asserts, “This is my movie. And in my movie, the monster wins. He gets the girl. And the good guy gets electrocuted.” Just as he’s about to pull the switch on Dean, the doorbell rings. Of course, you can’t kill your pretend nemesis, when there’s someone at the door! So, he heads to the door.
Dracula: [to the delivery guy holding a pizza at the front door] Ah, you brought a repast. Continue to be of such service, and your life will be spared.
Sam shows up at the pub, sees the mess, and realizes that Lucy is the villain.
Jamie wakes in Dracula’s “castle”. Waiting for her, he points out the lovely gown he has prepared for her, and the dinner –pizza.
Sam shows up at the house. Jamie has the dress on. Dracula is sorry that he scared Jamie. “You’re the only one I don’t want to scare.” Dracula tells Jamie his story, that his father beat him with a shovel, and called him a monster. He found comfort in the monster movies.
Sam finds Dean, and releases him from the table.
Sam: Hey there, Hansel.
Dean: Shut up!
Sam kicks down the door in, but finds it’s actually a very flimsy movie set door. Dracula throws Sam against a wall. As Dean goes for Sam’s pistol, Dracula throws him across the room. Suddenly, shots fire into the shapeshifter’s chest. “Silver?” He turns to see Jamie standing behind him, pointing the smoking gun.
Sam: [responding to Dean's challenge that he could never guess what movie he would recreate in real life] Porky’s 2.
Dean: [gasping] Lucky guess.