Supernatural (2005–…): Season 1, Episode 4 - Supernatural - full transcript

Sam and Dean are called in to investigate when a plane crashes under mysterious circumstances, leading them to the conclusion that a demon is possessing people and causing them to crash the plane they are on.

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Previously on Supernatural

Take your brother outside as fast as you can!

Now, Dean! Go!

Mary! No!

Dad's on a hunting trip.

And he hasn't been home in a few days.

I swore I was done hunting.

I can't do this alone.


We got work to do.

This was dad's single most valuable
possession. Everything he knows about

every evil thing is in here.

I think he wants us to pick up
where he left off.

You know, saving people.
Hunting things.

The family business.

-No. I gotta find Jessica's killer.

It's the only thing I can think about.

-Sam, you know we're gonna
find dad, right?

Yeah, I know.

Nervous flyer?

It's that obvious, huh?

You know, what are the odds of
dying in a plane crash?

I mean, what? Twenty thousand to one?

Wow. That's, uh, really reassuring.
Thank you.

Amanda, how are you today?

-I'm doing just fine, Chuck.

Welcome aboard.

15-C, towards the back of the plane,
on the right.

Have a nice flight, sir.

Oh, I'm counting on it.


Uh, 11-F, that's the middle of the plane.
-Thank you.

The left.

In just a few minutes our flight
crew will begin

room service in the cabin so
please let them

know if you there's anything
they can do for you.

Excuse me. Do you know how long
we've been up?

Oh, uh... about 40 minutes.

Wow. Time really does fly, huh?

Excuse me. I've got to stretch my legs.

Hey, what the hell are you doing??

Morning, sunshine!

What time is it?
-Uh, it's about 5:45.

-In the morning?

Where does the day go?

Did you get any sleep last night?

-Yeah, I grabbed a couple hours.

Because I was up at 3, and you were
watching the George Foreman infomercial.

-Hey, what can I say?
It's riveting TV.

When was the last time you got
a good night's sleep?

-I don't know.
A little while, I guess.

It's not a big deal.
-Yeah, it is.

-Look, I appreciate your concern...
-Oh, I'm not concerned about you.

It's your job to keep my ass alive.
So I need you sharp.

Seriously, you're still having
nightmares about Jess?


But it's not just her, it's everything.

I just forgot, you know, this job...

Man, it gets to you.

Well you can't let it, you can't
bring it home like that.

So what, all this, it never keeps you
up at night?

You're never afraid?

No, not really.

That's not fear.

That is precaution.

All right, whatever.
Too tired to argue.

[phone rings]


It's, uh, it's Jerry Panowski.

You and your dad helped me out
a couple of years back.

Oh, right, yeah, up in
Kittanning, Pennsylvania?

The poltergeist thing.

It's not back, is it?

No, huh. Thank God, no.

But it's something else and, uh...

well, I think it could be a lot worse.

What is it?

Can we talk in person?

JERRY: Thanks for making the
trip so quick.

I ought to be doing you guys a favor,
not the other way around.

Dean and your dad really helped me out.

-Yeah, he told me. It was a poltergeist?

MAN: Poltergeist? Man, I love that movie!

Hey, nobody's talking to you.
Keep walking.

Damn right it was a poltergeist,
practically tore our house apart.

Tell you something, if it wasn't for
you and your dad

I probably wouldn't be alive.

JERRY: Your dad said you were off to
college, is that right?

-Yeah, I was. I'm taking some time off.

-Well he was real proud of you,
I could tell.

I mean, he talked about you all the time.

He did?
-Yeah, you bet he did.

Oh hey, you know, I tried to get
a hold of him, but I couldn't.

How's he doing anyway?

-He's, um... wrapped up in a job right now.

-Well, we're missing the old man, we
get Sam. Even trade, huh?

No, not by a long shot.

I got something I want you guys to hear.

I listened to this. And, well, it sounded
like it was up your alley.

Normally I wouldn't have access to this.
It's the cockpit voice recorder

for the United Britannia flight 2485.
It was one of ours.

Mayday! Mayday! Repeat!
This is United Britannia flight 2485

...immediate instruction, help.
-United Britannia 2485, copy your mayday.

May be experiencing some
mechanical failure...

[loud growling noise]

Took off from here...
Crashed about 200 miles south.

Now, they're saying mechanical failure.
Cabin depressurized somehow,

nobody knows why.
Over a hundred people on board

only seven got out alive.

Pilot was one. His name is Chuck Lambert,
he's a good friend of mine.

Chuck is, uh...

Well, he's pretty broken up about it.
Like it was his fault.

You don't think it was.

No, I don't.

Jerry, we're gonna need passenger
manifests, a list of survivors...

-Right, and uh, any way we could take
a look at the wreckage?

-The other stuff is no problem, but
the wreckage...

Fellas, the NTSB has it locked down in
an evidence warehouse.

No way I've got that kind of clearance.

No problem.


You've been in there forever.

Can't rush perfection.

Homeland security?

That's pretty illegal, even for us.

Yeah well, it's something new, you know?
People haven't seen it a thousand times.

All right, so what do you got?

Well, there's definitely EVP on the
cockpit voice recorder.


VOICE: No survivors.

"No survivors"?

What's that supposed to mean?
There were seven survivors.

You got me.

So what are you thinking, a haunted flight?

There's a long history of spirits and
death omens on planes and ships

like phantom travelers.

-Or, uh, remember flight 401?
-Right. The one that crashed

and the airline salvaged some of its parts,
put it in other planes...

Then the spirit of the pilot and the
copilot haunted those flights.


Maybe we got a similar deal.

All right, so, survivors.
Which one do you want to talk to first?

Third on the list. Max Jaffey.
-Why him?

Well, for one, he's from around here.
And two, if anyone saw anything weird...

He did.

What makes you say that?
-Well, I spoke to his mother.

SAM: And she told me where to find him.

MAX: I don't understand.
I already spoke with Homeland Security.


Some new information has come up, so if you
could just answer a couple of questions.

Just before the plane went down,
did you notice anything unusual?

Like what?

Strange lights, uh, weird noises maybe.


No, nothing.

Hm. Mr Joffey...

Jaffey. You checked yourself in here,

Can I ask why?

-I was a little stressed.
I survived a plane crash.


And that's... what terrified you?
I mean that's what you were afraid of?

-I-I don't wanna talk about this anymore.

-Because I think maybe you did see
something up there.

We need to know what.

No. No, I was... delusional.
Seeing things.

He was seeing things.

It's okay.

You can just tell us what you thought you saw.


There was this man.

And, uh, he had these...

These, uh...

MAX: Black eyes.

And I saw him...
I thought I saw him...


He opened the emergency exit.

But that's, that's impossible, right?
I mean I looked it up, there's something like

two tons of pressure on that door.

SAM: This man, uh...
Did he seem to appear

and disappear rapidly?
It would look something like a mirage.

What are you, nuts?

He was a passenger, he was sitting
right in front of me.

SAM: So here we are.
George Phelps, seat 20-C.

Man, I don't care how strong you are.

Even yoked up on PCP or something

no way you can open up an
emergency door during a flight.

Not if you're human.

But maybe this guy George was something else.

Some kind of creature maybe?
In human form?

Does that look like a creature's lair to you?

This is your late husband?

Yes, that was my George.

And you said he was a dentist?

He was headed to a convention in Denver.

Do you know that he was petrified to fly?

For him to go like that...

How long were you married?

Thirteen years.

In all that time...

did you ever notice anything
strange about him?

Anything out of the ordinary?


Uh, he had acid reflux.
If that's what you mean.

I mean it goes without saying,
it just doesn't make any sense.

Yeah, a middle-aged dentist with an ulcer
is not exactly evil personified.

You know what we need to do is
get inside that NTSB warehouse

and check out the wreckage.

Okay, but if we're gonna go that round,
we better look the part.

[Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" playing]

Man, I look like one of the Blues Brothers.
-No, you don't.

You look more like a... seventh grader
at his first dance.

I hate this thing.

Hey, you want into that warehouse or not?

What is that?

It's an EMF meter.
Reads electromagnetic frequencies.

Yeah, I know what an EMF meter is, but
why does that one look like

a busted up Walkman?

Because that's what I made it out of.
It's homemade.

Yeah, I can see that.

[EMF meter goes off]

Check out the emergency door handle.

What is this stuff?
-One way to find out.


Homeland Security?

What, one team of you guys isn't enough?

What are you talking about?
-Two of your buddies went inside

not five minutes ago.

[alarm goes off]

These monkey suits do come in handy!

MAN: Listen, Chuck.
It's like getting back on a horse.

Only, in this case, a little twin engine.
Not even a horse.

More like a pony.

I'll be right there with you too.

Anytime you feel like you don't want
the wheel, I'll take over.

Look, Chuck.
We don't have to do this today.

I'm not trying to rush anything.

No, the... the waiting is worse.

Okay, they're filling up the tank.
Then we go.


This stuff is covered in sulfur.
-You're sure?

Take a look for yourself.

If you fellas will excuse me,
I have an idiot to fire.

Hey! Einstein!

You know, there's not too many things
that leave behind a sulfuric residue.

Demonic possession.

That would explain how a mortal man
would have the strength to open up

an emergency hatch.

If the guy was possessed...
It's possible.

Yeah, but this goes way beyond
floating over a bed or barfing pea soup.

I mean, it's one thing to possess
a person, but to use him to take out

an entire airplane?

You ever heard of something like
this before?


I'm ready.
Let's do this.

How are you feeling?

I feel great.

You'll be back flying jumbos
before you know it.

I hope so.

How long have we been up?
-Uh, almost 40 minutes.


Time really does fly.

What are you doing??

[plane crashes]

So... Every religion and every world
culture has the concept of demons and

demonic possession, right?

I mean Christian, Native American, Hindu,
you name it.

Yeah, but none of them describe
anything like this.

Well, that's not exactly true.
You see, according to Japanese beliefs

certain demons are behind
certain disasters, both natural

and man-made.
One causes earthquakes,

another causes disease.

And this one causes plane crashes?

All right, so... what?

We have a demon that's evolved
with the times and found a way

to ratchet up the body count?


And, you know, who knows how many
planes it's brought down before this one?


I don't know, man.
This isn't our normal gig.

I mean demons, they don't want anything.
Just death and and destruction

for its own sake.

This is big.

And I wish dad was here.

Yeah, me too.

[phone rings]

-Dean, it's Jerry.

Oh, hey Jerry.
-My pilot friend...

Chuck Lambert is dead.

Jerry, I'm sorry.
What happened?

-He and his buddy went up in a small twin
about an hour ago...

The plane went down.
-Where did this happen?

About 60 miles west of here,
near Nazareth.

I'll try to ignore the irony in that.
-I'm sorry?


Jerry, hang in there, all right?
We'll catch up with you soon.

Another crash?

Let's go.




Well... that's great.

All right, so that's two plane crashes
involving Chuck Lambert.

This demon sounds like it was after him.

With all due respect to Chuck, um...
If that's the case

that would be the good news.

What's the bad news?

Chuck's plane went down
exactly 40 minutes into flight.

And, get this, so did flight 2485.

JERRY: 40 minutes?
What does that mean?

It's biblical numerology.
You know, in Noah's Ark

it rained for 40 days.
The number means death.

I went back, and there have been six
plane crashes over the last decade

that all went down exactly 40 minutes in.

Any survivors?


All right, not until now at least.
Not until flight 2485 for some reason.

On the cockpit voice recorder,
remember what the EVP said?

No survivors.

It's going after all the survivors.

It's trying to finish the job.


Well, thank you for taking our survey.
And if you do plan to fly, please

don't forget your friends at
United Britannia Airlines.


All right, that takes care of
Blaine Sanderson and Dennis Holloway.

They're not flying anytime soon.
-So our only wild card is the

flight attendant, Amanda Walker.

Right, her sister Karen said her flight
leaves Indianapolis at 8 p.m.

It's her first night back on the job.
-That sounds like just our luck.

Dean, this is a five hour drive, man.
Even with you behind the wheel.

Why don't you call Amanda's cellphone again,
see if we can't head her off at the pass.

I already left her three voice messages,
she must have turned her cellphone off.

God, we're never gonna make it.
-Oh, we'll make it.

[Rush's "Working Man" playing]

Right there.
They're boarding in 30 minutes.

Okay, we still have some cards to play.
We need to find a phone.

Airport services.
-Hi. Gate 13.

Who are you calling, sir?
-I'm trying to contact an Amanda Walker

She's a flight attendant on the flight,
um, flight 424.

PA: Amanda Walker.
Amanda Walker, you have a phone call.

White courtesy phone, gate 13.

Come on.

This is Amanda Walker.

-Ms Walker?
Hi, this is Dr James Hetfield from

St Francis Memorial Hospital.
We have a Karen Walker here.

-Nothing serious, just a minor

car accident, but she was injured.

Wait, wait, that's impossible.
I just got off the phone with her.

You what?
-Five minutes ago.

She's at her house cramming for a final.
Who is this?

Uh, there must be some mistake.
-And how would you even know I was here?

Is this one of Vince's friends?

Guilty as charged.

-Wow, this is unbelievable.

He's really sorry.

-Well you tell him to mind his own business
and stay out of my life, okay?

Yes, but, he really needs to see you
tonight, so...

No, I'm sorry, it's too late.
-Don't be like that.

I mean come on, the guy's a mess.
Really, it's pathetic.

-Oh yeah.

-Look, I gotta go.
Um, tell him to call me when I land.

No no, wait, Amanda-

How are you?

Hey, Bob.

Damn it!

So close.

All right, it's time for plan B.
We're getting on that plane.

Whoa whoa, now just hold on a second.

-Dean, that plane is leaving with
over a hundred passengers on board

and if we're right,
that plane is gonna crash.

I know.

-Okay, then we're getting on the plane,

we need to find that demon and exorcise it.
Look, I'll get the tickets, you just

go get whatever you can out of the trunk.
Whatever will make it through security.

Meet me back here in five minutes.

Are you okay?

No, not really.

What's wrong?

Well I kinda have this problem with, uh...


It's never really been an issue until now.

You're joking, right?
-Do I look like I'm joking?

Why do you think I drive everywhere, Sam?

All right, uh, I'll go.

-I'll do this one on my own.

What are you, nuts?

You said it yourself,
the plane's gonna crash.

Look, Dean, we can do it together,
I can do this one by myself

I'm not seeing a third option here.

Come on!



INTERCOM: Flight attendants,
please cross-check...

Just try to relax.
-Just try to shut up.

[Dean humming]

Are you humming Metallica?
-It calms me down.

Look, man, I get you're nervous, all right?
But you gotta stay focused.

-I mean, we got 32 minutes and counting

to track this thing down, or whoever
it's possessing anyway, and perform

a full-on exorcism.

-Yeah, in a crowded plane.
That's gonna be easy.

-Just take it one step at a time, all right?

Now... who is it possessing?

Well, it's usually gonna be somebody with
some sort of weakness, you know,

a chink in the armor that the demon can
worm through.

Somebody with an addiction or
some sort of emotional distress.

Well, this is Amanda's first flight
after the crash.

If I were her, I'd be pretty messed up.

Excuse me?

Are you Amanda?
-No, I'm not.

Oh, my mistake.

All right, well that's got to be
Amanda back there, so...

I'll go talk to her.
And, uh...

I'll get a read on her mental state.
-All right.

What if she's already possessed?

There's ways to test that.

I brought holy water.

No, I think we can go more subtle.

If she's possessed, she'll flinch
at the name of God.

Oh, nice.



Say it in Latin.

Yeah, I know.



Uh, in Latin it's Christo.
-Dude I know, I'm not an idiot!


Can I help you with something?

Oh, no, I'm just a bit of an uneasy flyer.

Makes me feel better to
walk around a little bit.

Oh, it happens to the best of us.

Of course, you being a stewardess,
I guess flying comes easy to you.

You'd be surprised.

You're a nervous flyer?

Yeah, maybe.
A little bit.

How is it that, being a stewardess,
you're scared to fly?

Kind of a long story.

Right, I'm sorry for asking.

It's okay.

You ever consider other employment?


Look, everybody’s scared of something.
I just, uh, I'm not gonna let it hold me back.




Sorry, did you say something?


I-I did-I didn't...

Yeah, nothing.
Never mind.


All right, well she's gotta be the most
well-adjusted person on the planet.

You said "Christo"?

-There was no demon in her.

There's no demon getting in her.

So if it's on the plane,
it can be anyone?


Come on, that can't be normal!
-Hey, hey.

It's just a little turbulence.

Sam, this plane is going to crash, okay?
So quit treating me like I'm friggin' four.

You need to calm down.
-Well, I'm sorry, I can't.

Yes, you can.

Dude, stow the touchy-feely, self-help
yoga crap, it's not helping.

-Listen, if you're panicked you're
wide open to demonic possession so

you need to calm yourself down.
Right now.

[Dean exhales]


Now... I found an exorcism in here
that I think is gonna work.

The Rituale Romanum.

What do we have to do?

It's two parts, the first part expels
the demon from the victim's body.

It-it makes it manifest, which
actually makes it more powerful.

More powerful? How?

Well it doesn't need to possess
someone anymore, it can just...

wreak havoc on its own.

Oh, and why is that a good thing?

Well, because the second part...
sends the bastard back to hell.

Once and for all.

First things first, we gotta find it.

[heavy metal music through headphones]

Ah! Man, don't do that.

-No, nothing.
How much time we got?

Fifteen minutes.

Maybe we missed somebody.

Maybe the thing's just not on the plane.

You believe that?

Well I will if you will.

[EMF goes off]

SAM: What?
What is it?


[door locks]

She's not gonna believe this.
-Twelve minutes, dude.

Oh, hi.

Flight's not too bumpy for you, I hope.

Actually that's kinda what we
need to talk to you about.

Um, okay, what can I do for you?

All right this is gonna sound nuts,
but we just don't have time for the whole

"the truth is out there" speech right now-

-All right, look, we know you were
on flight 2485.

Who are you guys?

-Now, we've spoken to some of the
other survivors.

We know something brought down that plane
and it wasn't mechanical failure.

-And we need your help because we
need to stop it from happening again

here, now.
-I'm sorry, I-I'm very busy...

-Woah, whoa, wait a second.
I'm not gonna hurt you, okay?

But listen to me.
Um, the pilot from 2485, Chuck Lambert

He's dead.

Wait, what?
Chuck is dead?

He died in a plane crash.

Now that's two plane crashes in two
months, that doesn't strike you as strange?


-Look, there was something wrong with 2485.
Now maybe you sensed it, maybe you didn't

but there's something wrong with
this plane, too.

Amanda, you have to believe us.


On 2485 there was this, uh, this man

and he... had these eyes...

-Yes! That's exactly what
we're talking about.

-I don't understand.
What are you asking me to do?

-Okay, the copilot.
We need you to bring him back here.

-Why? What does he have to do with anything?

Don't have time to explain.
We just need to talk to him, okay?

-But how am I supposed to go
into the cockpit and get the copilot...

-Whatever it takes.
Do whatever it takes.

Tell him there's something broken back here.
Whatever will get him out of that cockpit.

-Do you know that I could lose my job?
-You could lose a lot more than that

if you don't help us out.


Now what's the problem?

Wait, what are you doing?
You said you were just gonna talk to him.

We are gonna talk to him.

[water sizzling]

Oh my God, what is wrong with him?

Look, we need you calm...
-Wait, I don't unders-

-We need you outside the curtain.
Don't let anybody in, okay?

Can you do that?



Hurry up, Sam.
I don't know how much longer I can hold him.

Regna terrae, cantate Deo

psallite Domino.

I know what happened to your girlfriend.

She must have died screaming.

Even now, she's burning!


I got him!

Where'd it go?
-It's in the plane.

Hurry up, we gotta finish it.

[passengers screaming]

[Dean screaming]

[Sam continues exorcism spell]

[screaming stops]

Oh God...

OFFICER: Sir can you
tell me what happened?

COPILOT: I don't know.
I was walking through the airport...

then it all goes blank.

I don't even remember getting on the plane.

-Is there anything else?
-No, that's all.

[mouths] Thank you.

Let's get out of here.

You okay?


It knew about Jessica.

Sam, these things, they-
They read minds.

They lie.

All right?
That's all it was.


Come on.

Nobody knows what you guys did, but I do.

A lot of people could have been killed.

Your dad's going to be real proud.

We'll see you around, Jerry.

You know, Jerry...

-I meant to ask you, how did you
get my cellphone number anyway?

I've only had it for like six months.

-Your dad gave it to me.

-When did you talk to him?

-I mean, I didn't exactly talk to him,
but uh...

I called his number and his voice message
said to give you a call.

Thanks again, guys.

This doesn't make any sense, man.
I called dad's number like fifty times.

It's been out of service.

VOICEMAIL: This is John Winchester.
I can't be reached.

If this is an emergency, call my son Dean.

6785 555 0179.
He can help.

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