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Supernatural: Of Grave Importance

A hunter, Annie Hawkins, misses a meeting with the Winchesters. They discover that she was last seen at a famous haunted house and go to investigate... unaware that Bobby is with them as a ghost.

Episode Info

Episode number: 7x19
Production Number: 3X7069
Airdate: Friday April 20th, 2012

Alternate Airdates:

AU (Eleven) Apr 30, 2012
NO (FEM) May 11, 2012
UK (E4) Oct 17, 2012
FI (Sub) Jun 16, 2014


Guest Stars
Jim BeaverJim Beaver
As Bobby Singer
Elysia RotaruElysia Rotaru
As Victoria Dodd
Jamie LunerJamie Luner
As Annie Hawkins
Antonio CupoAntonio Cupo
As Whitman Van Ness

Co-Guest Stars
Russell RobertsRussell Roberts
As Haskel Crane
Craig EriksonCraig Erikson
As Quentin
Derek GilroyDerek Gilroy
As Dexter O'Connell
Stephanie Van DyckStephanie Van Dyck
As Debbie Tillen
Steven Richmond (2)Steven Richmond (2)
As Dudley Scott
Bonn SmithBonn Smith
As Jesse
Farrah AvivaFarrah Aviva
As Psycho Ghost
Main Cast
Jared PadaleckiJared Padalecki
As Sam Winchester
Jensen AcklesJensen Ackles
As Dean Winchester


As Sam and Dean stop for supper, a hunter named Annie Hawkins calls Dean. She offers her condolences on Bobby’s death and tells Dean that she has some old books of Bobby’s. Since she’s in the neighborhood of Bodega Bay where the Winchesters are, she suggests that they meet her at the Crow’s Nest Inn the next day after she finishes a case so she can hand them over...

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Episode Quotes
Annie Hawkins: Wow. Dead. Ghost. Me. Three words you never want to use in a sentence.

Bobby Singer: All right, now. I can kill werewolves, fix a Pinto, and bake cornbread. I will be damned if I can't get zen.

Dean: We combed the crap out of this place.
Sam: If Annie's in there and we didn't find her, it's 'cause something doesn't want us to.
Dean: Awesome. Well, let's walk right into that.

Annie Hawkins: Are you okay?
Bobby Singer: Sure. I mean... I'm dead. I'm a ghost... but, basically, swell.

Cultural References
Dean: Guy moves more dirt than The Drudge Report.

Matt Drudge is a self-styled populist reporter who maintains a website, The Drudge Report, where he links to news stories of the day.

Bobby Singer: For the record, I hated that Swayze flick.

Patrick Swayze plays a ghost who can move objects through sheer willpower, in the movie Ghost (1990).

Dean: Slimer?

Slimer is a green ectoplasmic spirit found in the Ghostbusters movies, which eventually becomes the guys mascot and stars in The Real Ghostbusters animated series.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorEric Kripke
Executive ProducerMcG  |  Robert Singer  |  Philip Sgriccia  |  Sera Gamble
Co-Executive ProducerAdam Glass  |  Jim Michaels  |  Peter Johnson
ProducerTodd Philip Aronauer  |  Daniel Loflin  |  Andrew Dabb
Co-ProducerSerge LaDouceur  |  Craig Matheson  |  Jerry Wanek
Consulting ProducerBen Edlund
Associate ProducerKristin Cronin
Production DesignerJohn Marcynuk
EditorNicole Baer
CastingAlex Newman  |  Robert J. Ulrich  |  Carol Kritzer  |  Eric Dawson  |  Coreen Mayrs  |  Heike Brandstatter
First Assistant DirectorKevin Parks
Second Assistant DirectorDebra Herst (1)
MusicJay Gruska
Music EditorDino A. Moriana
Music SupervisorAlexandra Patsavas
Costume DesignerDiane Widas
Set DecoratorGeorge Neuman
Property MasterChristopher Cooper
Production CoordinatorJason Fischer (2)
Supervising Sound EditorMichael E. Lawshe
Re-Recording MixerTodd Orr  |  Dennis Kirk
Director of PhotographySerge LaDouceur
Stunt CoordinatorLou Bollo
Executive ConsultantEric Kripke
Production ManagementCraig Matheson
Sound MixerDonald Painchaud
Executive Story EditorRobbie Thompson
Key Makeup ArtistJuliana Vit
Visual Effects SupervisorIvan Hayden
Production AccountantAngela Will
Visual Effects ProducerGrant Lindsay
Key HairstylistJeannie Chow
Special Effects SupervisorRandy Shymkiw
Original CastingPatrick Rush
"B" Camera OperatorTim Moynihan
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