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Dean's one-time hunting partner, Garth, calls him in when he runs up against an invisible monster that disembowels its victims. Garth and the Winchesters soon discover that someone has invoked a shojo, an alcohol spirit that someone can only see when they're drunk. Meanwhile, the Winchesters consider the possibility that Bobby's spirit is trying to contact them.
In Junction City, KS, Four teenagers are camping out in the woods and one of tem is telling the other three about the legend of Jenny Greentree, who froze to death in the winter seated beneath a nearby tree. The brother of one of the campers, Trevor McAnn, stumbles drunk out of the woods, startling him. His brother Ray complains and Trevor dares him to call their father Jim and report him. As they talk, Trevor suddenly sees something coming out of the woods, although the others can’t see anything. Trevor stumbles into the woods and they hear him scream. When Ray goes to find his brother, he discovers him lying on the ground, his stomach ripped open...Read the full recap
Sam: Say, either of you heard of Thighslapper Ale?
Garth: Is that a stripper or a beverage?
Sam: I mean, can you even get drunk anymore? It’s kind of like drinking a vitamin for you, right?
Dean: Shut up.
Dean: You have the CEO of the douchiest microbrew in the U.S. gagged in your hot tub? You really think that’s gonna end well?
Garth: I’m not feeling the love.
Party on, Garth
Garth is Garth Algar, played by Dana Carvey
, on the SNL Wayne's World
sketches and subsequent movies.
Chris' Girlfriend: What do you want, Top Gun?
In the 1986 movie Top Gun, the pilot wear sunglasses just like Garth does.
Sam: Just wish it wasn’t like the damn tape from The Ring.
The 2002 movie The Ring featured a ghost that looks similar to the Shojo spirit.
Dean: All right, well if it wasn’t Bobby, then what Jedi’d that sword into my hand?
The Jedi from the Star Wars movies can move things with their mind, and often summon their light sabers to their hand using the Force.
Instant Swayze, right?
plays a ghost who can move objects through sheer willpower, in the movie Ghost