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Bible Entry 1x05: Bloody Mary 
14th-Jun-2006 12:05 am

Yeah, so... I was supposed to do a lot of things this weekend--one of which was pinch hit for "Bloody Mary," and another of which was to write the bible entry for "Skin." Well, as you can see, "Bloody Mary" is only partially done, and "Skin" is nowhere to be seen, and you know what? It's 1:00 in the morning and I have to be up at five, so I'm posting what I gots now, and will fill in the blanks int he next couple of days, when I get a chance to watch it closely again.

I'm sorry, gals--we'll get back on track soon. Especially since we now have a date for the beginning of season two to shoot for here. YAY!

Night all!


1x05 Bloody Mary

Boring Production Crap

Original Air Date: 10/11/05

Writers: Terri Hughes Burton and Ron Milbauer (Story by Eric Kripke)

Director: Peter Ellis

Guest Players

Charlie: Marnette Patterson

Lily: Genevieve Buechner

Donna: Kristie Marsden

Jill: Chelan Simmons

Mr. Shoemaker: Duncan Minett

What Time Is It?
While we're given no specific time period or date, it's obvious during the school year, so sometime between Jess's death in November and the end of May. Thought the whole thing is wampus, given that the trees all still have leaves... but later episodes are clearly in the wintertime. *shrug* It's part of the lost time of Supernatural
Now, Which One Was That?
Dean and Sam travel to Toledo, Ohio, to investigate a death that might mean that, here, Bloody Mary is a whole lot more than a children's game.

All the Niggling Little Details
  • The exchange between Sam and Dean when Dean wakes Sam from his nightmare in the car indicates that Sam's nightmares are constant now.
  • Once again, Dean is the one who connects with the young child. Sam starts the conversation, but Dean's the one who tries to make Lily see that her dad's death wasn't her fault.
  • Jill is apparently our stereotypical horror movie victim for tonight, what with the walking around in her underwear and such.
  • Sam is obviously exhausted enough now to fall asleep during research, as evidenced by his little nap.
  • This is the first episode where we see the videocamera... and it's obviously Sam's first time using it, since he asked Dean how to turn on the nightvision.
  • Kristie Marsden and Jensen Ackles just missed each other, filmically speaking: Kristie was in the Dark Angel first season episode "Flush." Jensen had a recurring role as first Ben, then Alec in the second season.
  • Charlie is holed up in their hotel room for the duration of the ghosthunting. Wasn't anyone worried about exactly what she'd find if she overcame her fear enough to poke around?
Where'd That Myth Come From?
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What's in a Name?
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  • Sam/Sammy Battle: {Insert}
What Did You Just Say?
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Counting the Cost
Pain Quotient:
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Collateral Damage: {Insert}

The Bad, the Ugly, and the Dead: {Insert}

Metallicar Watch: {Insert}

Zippo Count: {Insert}

Sacrificed on the Altar of Whoops!

  • Watch Jill and her reflection when she's dying. Specifically, watch Jill's hair, not her reflection's. The side on which her part is changes during the scene.
  • BIGGEST PLOT HOLE YET: Charlie told Sam and Dean about her boyfriend who killed himself. Making that very much NOT a secret anymore. Ergo, she's off the hook and we all go out for cappucinos.
Driver Picks the Music
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What Did They Just Say?
Official Heavy Metas

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Other really cool people talked, too!

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Comments 
15th-Jun-2006 10:32 pm (UTC)
Wasn't anyone worried about exactly what she'd find if she overcame her fear enough to poke around?

Hee! Good catch. :) I'd never stopped to think of that.

BIGGEST PLOT HOLE YET: Charlie told Sam and Dean about her boyfriend who killed himself. Making that very much NOT a secret anymore. Ergo, she's off the hook and we all go out for cappucinos.

I wondered about that, too. Perhaps she's not off the hook, since she was marked by Bloody Mary before she confessed her secret? This isn't one of the episodes I watch very often, so I can't remember the details. Is a person off the hook after revealing the secret, no matter what? Or are they marked, no matter what?

Great job! :)
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