Supernatural Season 2
Season 2, Episode 1: In My Time of Dying
Original Air Date: 28 September 2006
In the aftermath of the car crash, the surviving Winchesters go to the hospital, where one is stalked by a Reaper while another must consider sacrificing himself to save the others.
Season 2, Episode 2: Everybody Loves a Clown
Original Air Date: 5 October 2006
Sam and Dean listen to a message on John’s cell phone from a woman named Ellen (guest star Samantha Ferris)and decide to track her down. They are shocked to discover Ellen runs a road house that also serves as a gathering place for hunters like themselves. Meanwhile, at a small town carnival, a demonic clown is persuading children to let them into their home so he can murder their parents.
Season 2, Episode 3: Bloodlust
Original Air Date: 12 October 2006
The Winchester brothers enjoy Dean’s new baby, a shiny newly restored car, while checking out a report of two recent human deaths and over a dozen split-open cows in small town Red Lodge. The sheriff laughs a cult away, claiming it happens naturally in the sun, but sneaking into the morgue under false pretenses they find a victim has retractable vampire fangs. They catch black demon hunter Gordon Walker, who claims to be a friend of their late dad and having made both kills after six months of vampire chasing started years before to revenge his sister; Dean confesses to him he misses his seemingly unstoppable dad desperately. The boys are just in time to save Gordon from another vampire farmer, but Ellen Harvelle warns Sam that Gordon is capable but too dangerous to work with. Returning to the motel, Sam is knocked down and kidnapped by the vampires led by Eli and Lenore, who claim their kind bites only cows. Being released unharmed, Sam believes them, but feels Dean’s fist for forsaking their mission and suggesting Dean joins Gordon as a poor substitute for father. Then Gordon goes after the nest alone, anyway…
Season 2, Episode 4: Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things
Original Air Date: 19 October 2006
Sam insists to visit ma Mary’s grave, although empty and meaningless to Dean, who is however intrigued in the cemetery by the perfect circle of dead vegetation around the three days old grave of local college student Angela Mason who died in a car accident, suspecting the ground is desecrated, Sam thinks it’s another diversion not to have to think about either deceased Winchester parent. Her roommate Lindsey says Angela’s grieving boyfriend Matt Harrison just slit his throat, all plants in his place are also dead. Another student, Neil Levine, tells Matt blamed himself because Angela caught him with another girl the night of her accident, the boys find her grave empty except for a necromantic spell in Ancient Greek. Dean accuses Angela’s pa, Dr. Mason, but Sam notices healthy plants and fears for his brother’s sanity. Angela was actually resurrected by Neil, her still enamored ex, alas as a zombie who kills for revenge. Next target is Lindsey, the one she caught with Matt, but the Winchester boys are in time to save her and need to lure Angela back to her grave bed and make Neil admit she’s in his house, however he refuses to help either side…
Season 2, Episode 5: Simon Said
Original Air Date: 26 October 2006
Visions show Sam, still hunting for the master demon with Dean, the way to another small town where paranormal events occur, some innocent, some chillingly evil. The Winchester brothers are convinced it’s all the paranormal work of 23 year-old Andy Gallagher, but doubt as that boy, although a bit of an outcast looser living in a van filled with philosophy as well as rock music seems sincerely surprised and using his powers with self-control. Soon they find after rescuing Tracy from what seems his work there is another at least as able and less scrupled, in fact Andy’s secret twin-brother, whose vengeance for their separation strikes out mercilessly, a cool killer, which even Andy may be unable to help the brothers stop in his sadistic steps…
Season 2, Episode 6: No Exit
Original Air Date: 2 November 2006
Sam and Dean meet up with America’s first serial killer, while Jo lies to her mother about going to Vegas and joins Sam and Dean to help them on their hunt.
Season 2, Episode 7: The Usual Suspects
Original Air Date: 9 November 2006
Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate the murders of a lawyer and his wife who claimed to have seen a ghost right before they died. However, after local detectives Ballard (guest star Linda Blair) and Sheridan (guest star Jason Gedrick) uncover the Winchesters’ records, they arrest the brothers for a double homicide before they are able to find the ghost. When the ghost begins to visit Ballard, she begins to wonder if the tale Sam and Dean are telling her could be true, and if she might be the next to die.
Season 2, Episode 8: Crossroad Blues
Original Air Date: 16 November 2006
San and Dean try to save the life of architect Evan Hudson who sold his soul to a demon so that his wife could live a long and healthy life free of cancer. While Sam protects Evan from hellhounds, Dean is tempted by the demon, who tries to convince him to trade his soul for his father’s life, who she claims did the same to save Dean and is now suffering in hell for it.
Season 2, Episode 9: Croatoan
Original Air Date: 7 December 2006
Another one of Sam’s visions in which Dean kills a man by name of Duane Tanner sends the Winchesters to Rivergrove, a near ghost town facing mass demonic possession. Sam and Dean begin to believe that the demons are trying to destroy the town from the inside out when the remaining town-folk try to kill them.
Season 2, Episode 10: Hunted
Original Air Date: 11 January 2007
Dean finally tells Sam the last words of John Winchester before dying, and opens his heart about his dilemma and feelings. Sam leaves Dean during the night and travels alone seeking answers with Ellen and Ash in the Harvelle’s Bar. When he finds that another psychic was stabbed in a parking lot in Illinois, he decides to investigate his death. Meanwhile, in Peoria, the young woman Ava Wilson has a premonition with the death of Sam and meets him in the motel of her dream where Sam is lodged. Meanwhile Ellen tells Dean where his brother is, while Sam is hunted by Gordon.
Season 2, Episode 11: Playthings
Original Air Date: 18 January 2007
Sam and Dean visit the Pierpont Inn, a creepy old mansion turned failing hotel. They meet the owner, Susan, and her daughter Tyler, who are packing to move after they sell the hotel. Tyler is playing with a little girl named Maggie. The brothers notice strange items around the hotel, including an urn with a familiar pattern, dolls with their heads backwards and Susan’s mother, who looks vacant and beyond terrified. When Susan finds them in her mother’s room trying to talk to her, she throws them out and threatens to call the cops.
Season 2, Episode 12: Nightshifter
Original Air Date: 25 January 2007
A Jewellary store heist committed by an employee is linked to a mysterious bank robberies bring Sam and Dean into the chase. The weird part seems to be the fact that the suspects end up dead before even getting their hands on the money. A friendly tip points towards another shapeshifter. However, the search is interrupted by a hostage crisis.
Season 2, Episode 13: Houses of the Holy
Original Air Date: 1 February 2007
In Providence, Rhode Island, the local Gloria kills a man claiming that an angel in a beautiful white night had chosen her for redemption and asked her to stab the sinner to accomplish God’s will. Dean and Sam investigate the case and they discover that other people had been visited by the angel and committed murders. Further, the angel has appeared after the death of Father Gregory, who was murdered on the steps of his church two months ago. When Sam is visited by the angel and asked to kill a man, the skeptical and atheist Dean confronts the faith of Sam telling that men cannot be angels and the light is an angry spirit indeed.
Season 2, Episode 14: Born Under a Bad Sign
Original Air Date: 8 February 2007
After Sam goes missing for over a week, Dean finally receives a phone call from his brother. Dean finds Sam in a hotel room, covered in blood and suffering from the effects of a week long memory blackout. Upon investigation, the brothers find a video-tape of Sam killing another hunter in cold blood, which leads Sam to believe his dark side is taking over. When the dark side finally emerges Sam attacks Dean and continues on his hunter killing spree with his next targets being family friends Jo Harvelle and Bobby Singer.
Season 2, Episode 15: Tall Tales
Original Air Date: 15 February 2007
Sam, Dean, and Bobby(guest star Jim Beaver)encounter what appears to be a dancing alien, a chainsaw killer, alligators in the sewers, and other oddities straight out of the tabloids while probing strange occurrences on a college campus. They discover all are actually the work of one college janitor, a Trickster who has the ability to conjure into reality anything he wants. Not helping matters is the brothers’ slowly escalating feud which Bobby suspects is also the work of the Trickster.
Season 2, Episode 16: Roadkill
Original Air Date: 15 March 2007
Molly(guest Tricia Helfer)and her husband are driving along a long deserted highway at night when they come upon a farmer. The next thing Molly knows both the husband and the farmer have disappeared. Things get worse when the Winchesters inform Molly that the farmer is actually a highway ghost who appears annually to claim a new victim, who happens to be Molly this time.
Season 2, Episode 17: Heart
Original Air Date: 22 March 2007
Sam and Dean come across werewolf activity when they investigate the death of lawyer who was believed to have been killed by a wild animal. While Dean tracks the werewolf on the outside, Sam offers to protect Madison(guest star Emmanuelle Vaugier)who is likely to be the werewolf’s next target.
Season 2, Episode 18: Hollywood Babylon
Original Air Date: 19 April 2007
The Winchesters go undercover as PAs on a haunted movie set after getting wind of reports of tag teaming ghosts. The brothers deal with an asinine studio executive out to make cheap marketing stunts(guest star Gary Cole), a disenfranchised screenwriter seeking revenge for unnecessary revisions to a formally great script, and Dean’s fan-boyish feelings for the leading lady.
Season 2, Episode 19: Folsom Prison Blues
Original Air Date: 26 April 2007
The Brothers Winchester get busted on breaking and entering charges during a routine evidence gathering trip and sent to a haunted prison while awaiting extradition. Dean and Agent Henriksen come face-to-face for the first time. Sam and Dean earn a new ally in the form of Mara, their public defender who starts to probe the inconsistencies between the charges placed on the brothers and what the witnesses say they saw.
Season 2, Episode 20: What Is and What Should Never Be
Original Air Date: 3 May 2007
Dean gets attacked by a Djinn, a creature capable of warping reality. The next things he knows he’s in Lawrence, Kansas, in a stable relationship with a woman named Carmen, his mother is alive and well, and he and Sam are no longer on speaking terms. When the idea of a peaceful existence begins to settle in, visions of his previous life as a hunter start appearing out of nowhere.
Season 2, Episode 21: All Hell Breaks Loose: Part 1
Original Air Date: 10 May 2007
The Yellow Eyed Demon transports Sam, Andy, and Ava along with other “Special Children” Jake and Lily to the remains of a ghost town to initiate the first steps of his war against mankind. Dean contacts Bobby Singer, Ash, and Ellen for help in locating his brother.
Season 2, Episode 22: All Hell Breaks Loose: Part 2
Original Air Date: 17 May 2007
Dean hits an emotional rock bottom after a devastating personal loss. The Yellow Eyed Demon begins a calculated strategic move to unleash the armies of hell.