This was probably the episode that let me know that the series had a future, a good one at that.
When a couple of teens in Nebraska release a stone-cold killing spirit after an intense game of Bloody Mary, Sam and Dean show up in town to get a load on what's going on. When the brothers discover that Mary has the power to travel through all reflective surfaces, it becomes a hunt for the lady who can't be seen.
This is a very intense episode. SUPERNATURAL is known for being a violent television-series but the bodies, the blood, all of the disgusting matters that pile up here are R-rated classification. I'm damn surprised the network didn't make the director cut the violence down here. Well, I guess that's one great thing about classic SUPERNATURAL (Notice how I say "classic"), it never holds back on anything horrific. That's what made it the great horror show that it WAS. We'll get to the how it is now when we, well, get to the present episodes, of course. I love SUPERNATURAL still today, but man were the episodes here back in the first season deliciously addicting with pleasure!
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-TV Episode written by Corey Wood