BOBBY FALLS INTO A COMA – Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) race to Bobby’s (guest star Jim Beaver) side after he lapses into a coma and can’t be awakened. While unconscious, Bobby battles his personal demons and the reason he became a hunter is revealed. Sam and Dean discover someone poisoned Bobby with a potion that will kill him if he doesn’t wake soon. When the brothers decide to take the potion themselves to enter Bobby’s dream in order to save him, they come face to face with their own personal nightmares.
Steve Boyum directed the episode written by Cathryn Humphris.
Dream a Little Dream of Me
Then… Dean & Lisa kissing… yum…. Recapping moments with Bela…. Bobby on the phone…. Sam busting his ass trying to keep Dean alive…. Ruby telling Dean that all demons were human once and there’s no way to save him…. NOW….
Bobby is in a dark house with a flashlight…. something weird is happening….
A woman screams…. flashes of fights…. and Bobby is lying in a BED. A maid at the hotel comes into his room and Bobby won’t wake up. She calls for help. Something bad is happening to Bobby, he’s in a coma almost and flashes of fights are running through his head.
Sam is sitting at a bar… Dean finds him drinking….
Dean: What are you doing?
Sam: Having a drink
Dean: It’s two in the afternoon….!
Sam: I tried Dean
Dean: to do what
Sam: Save you
Dean: *to the bartender* Can i have a whisky double?
Sam: I’m starting to think Ruby can’t save you
Dean: *looks away from Sam uncomfortably with an odd grin*
Dean gets a phone call about Bobby… they rush off in the Impala. Are at his bedside. The hospital says that he seems perfectly healthy but he’s in an unexplicable coma….
Dean and Sam are at Bobby’s appartment. They see what Bobby has been investigating: the deaths of people who go to sleep and don’t wake up.
Dean goes to see a Doctor who died the way Bobby is going to…
The secretary/grad student admits some things about what the doctor was researching… Dean threatens to put this on her permanent record unless he hands over the doctor’s research.
Dean interviews a test subject…. who does pot… Dean accepts a beer from him… loooool!
The sleep deprivation patient tells Dean his story: he couldn’t have dreams. Then he worked with the doctor and had a vivid bad trip of a dream….
Sam researches DREAM WALKING…. killing people in their sleep is a possibility…. Sam wonders how come Bobby is still alive when others were dead. We flash to Bobby’s dream… and inside his dream he is MADLY fighting for his life…. It seems Bobby’s survived so far because he’s fighting the good fight and not losing YET….
Dean and Sam are debating who is the dream sandman entering people’s dreams… they think maybe he’s a test subject gone wrong.
Dean proposes they take some DREAM ROOT and trip out themselves…. and go talk to Bobby. When they’re high on the dream root maybe they’ll get into Bobby’s dream.
They don’t know where they would get the root… Dean thinks BELA… and says he feels dirty just thinking of asking her for a favour.
Bela says she can’t stop thinking about sam, opens up her trench coat to reveal lingerie and then she kisses him and they fall onto bed…. Dean yells SAAAAAAM… and Sam wakes up drooling on the desk.
Dean: you were making some happy noises, what were you dreaming about? Angelina Jolie? Come on you can tell me.
Sam awkwardly asks about Bela…
Sam is at his desk with a certain hard part of his anatomy….
Bela actually DOES come to the door right then … bad timing.
Bela pulls off her jacket… Sam looks up at her happily excited to see if his dream will come true and she’ll be wearing Lingerie… he’s disappointed she’s fully clothed.
Bela is willing to help because she owes Bobby a favour…..
Dean throws Bela out of their motel room after she gives them the root.
Sam yells “Nice to see you Bela” as she slams out the door.
Dean and Sam are in their motel drinking tea with the root mixed with Bobby’s hair (to control the dream… so they enter Bobby’s dream)
Neither of them feel anything…. but we hear rain…. something’s STIRRING….
It’s raining upside down and Dean and Sam are now in a different place entirely!
Bobby is dreaming about HIS OWN HOUSE…. but a more clean version of it. This is Bobby’s past.
Sam goes outside… and it’s pastel colors and sunshine! and a perfect backyard with perfect grass and flowers. the door slams behind Sam and he can’t get back in the house.
Dean is inside… he opens a door with a look of pure sexiness. And he calls out for Bobby…. we hear Bobby’s voice whispering “who’s out there”
Bobby and Dean are together. Bobby doesn’t know what the hell Dean’s talking about when Dean tells him it’s all a dream. Bobby sees a woman walking towards him bloody. He says does that look like a dream…..
The woman is pretty…. Bobby says she’s his WIFE… his voice quivers…. Dean looks surprised and confused.
And we’re back from commercials!
Dean and Sam are passed out on twin beds…. aww! *climbs in with them*
Sam is outside in the sunshine…
Bobby’s wife asks “why did you do this to me”. Bobby shoved a knife into his wife over and over again… Bobby says that she was possessed… and that he didn’t know how to save her then, he doesn’t know what he knew now!
Sam is outside and the pot head beats him with a bat…. the POT HEAD who offered Dean a beer… he’s the bad guy! The pot head claims he’s a good.
Bobby’s wife bangs against the door. Dean says “Your wife is a nightmare”
Dean says “I’m not gonna let you die, not gonna let you die, you’re like a father to me”
Bobby: I’m dreaming?
Dean: Yes now take control of it.
*everything stops and becomes silent*
Bobby: I don’t believe it
Dean: Believe it. Now will you please wake up?
*Pot head is about to kill Sam with a bat*
*Bobby suddenly wakes up, saving the day*
Dean goes to Bobby’s bedside and they talk about his wife…
Bobby tells the story of the pot head…. the guy was BEATEN by his dad with a bat…. that’s why the guy is messed up.
Bobby says he took a beer from the kid and that’s what started it.
Dean admits that he took a beer too!
Bobby tells Dean he cannot fall asleep!
Scroll to a VERY caffinated Dean, on the edge and shaking. He’s sleep deprived and *****y…..
Bela is with Bobby trying to help. Dean jokes about going and blowing his brains out. Bobby asks why Bela is helping, Bobby doesn’t remember “flagstaff” which is apparently when Bobby saved Bela’s life. Bobby pretends to remember but he doesn’t.
Dean pulls over in the impala and says he’s going to sleep. That way the guy will come to him in his dreams. Sam pulls a hair from Dean’s head and says he’s coming in too!
Dean doesn’t want him to! he doesn’t want Sam in his head.
They do it anyway. They wake up in a dream…. they are in a forest…. dark….
Music plays…. Dean sees a picnic blanket with Lisa… the girl who had BEN… that adorable boy we met in an earlier ep… the boy Dean thought was his son.
Lisa says she loves Dean and they have to go pick up Ben together.
Dean turns to Sam and says “I swear I’ve never had this dream before”
*crickets* Sam doesn’t believe him.
Lisa disappears and Sam and Dean get separated by supernatural forces. Dean is all alone…. i think this is the point…. Dean’s fear of being alone?
Dean is now in a weird building with the forest painted onto it’s walls. Dean enters a room with a boy sitting down. He thinks it’s Jeremy the pot head… but it’s DEAN HIMSELF….
DeanDoppleganger: Hey Dean….
RealDean: Aren’t you a handsome son of a gun
RealDean: I get it, I’m my own worst nightmare….
DopplegangerDean: I know how dead you are inside…. how you look into a mirror and hate what you see.
RealDean: All I need to do is snap my fingers and you go bye bye *tries* *doesn’t work*
DopplegangerDean: *holds a riffle in the air* We need to talk
Sam gets jolted out of the dream…. and he wakes up in real life with Jeremy the Pot Head Bad Guy…. who is holding a bat and ready to attack him.
Jeremy wants his dreams back…. Jeremy stakes Sam to the ground…. apparently Sam is still in his dream! Jeremy is getting STRONGER. He’s harder to fight.
DopplegangerDean: you’ve got nothing outside of Sam. You are nothing.
RealDean: That’s not true….
The doppleganger says Dean doesn’t have his own life… everything is about Sam and his Dad… he’s got no dreams or life of his own. All Dean’s ever had was training from his dad. The doppleganger says that Dean is just a good soldier and that’s all his Dad saw him as.
RealDean is very mad at his dad… he blames him in a fit of rage and he grabs the gun and kills his doppleganger…. and then the doppleganger turns into a demon!!! And with black eyes yells at Dean…. tells him this is what you’re becoming.
Sam fights Jeremy back!!! Sam tries to control the dream! He brings Jeremy’s DAD into the dream!!! Is this Sam’s mental powers at work? Jeremy’s dad beats Jeremy and the dream ENDS….
the boys wake up in the Impala together, breathless…
And here we go… back from Commercials….
Sam tells Bobby he concentrated on the dream and made it happen…. Bobby says “didn’t have to do with your psychic stuff?”
Sam pauses, he hadn’t thought of that…. “uh… no? no.”
Dean tells Bobby that Bela saved her life…. Bobby says “that was nothing… i just gave her a good deal on this amulet”
Bobby says that they got taken in…. that she probably robbed them.
They check the safe and find the COLT gone!!!! Dean wants to chase after Bela.
Dean admits he was doing some thinking… and then
Dean: I’ve been thinking… and I don’t want to die or go to hell….
Sam: *looks like he’s going to cry for a second. Then nods* ok we’ll find a way to save you
Dean: Good. *Dean relives his dream seeing the demon version of him*
End of the episode…
Review by Gaelic
You are probably going to point and laugh, but for some reason, that episode left me literally shaking. It was so intense that any unrealistic elements about walking in others dreams were so completely forgotten they didn’t even exist for me. I laughed, I cried. I am going to be… well, bereft two weeks from now when we’re left with an unknown return date… Okay, I’m seriously going to try to rein in the rambling thoughts and put this in some kind of order. One of these days I should start taking notes…
First, the image of Bobby sleeping in the motel room found by the housekeeper full-on wigged me out. I used to be an Assistant Manager at a hotel in my hometown and found a body once. A man about Bobby’s age — died in his sleep of a heart attack or something. I had to break into the room and I still remember how my heart slammed against the base of my throat so loud I couldn’t hear anything else. So. Creepy. And Bobby looked so worried while comatose… ‘course he was being attacked by a crazy woman in his sleep…
I can’t place the song playing in the bar, but all I know is that I grinned ear to ear when I heard honest-to-God classic rock again. Hooray! Sam getting drunk and being pouty is moderately cute — but what I loved is Dean hunkering down ready to join him. I suppose he was trying to get onto Sam’s “I gotta be more like you” bandwagon. Sam’s question of “How can you think so little about yourself” kinda got to me a bit. He thinks so much of Dean–even as he rolls his eyes and puts him down at various times, Dean is his hero just as John was Dean’s at one time. It’s so heartbreaking for Sam to realize that not only is his brother human, but he has some MAJOR self-esteem issues. Personally, it was easy to relate to that. Only, my husband is Sam, and I’m Dean. He sees someone when he looks at me that I just don’t see when I look at myself.
Okay, I’m going to have to look up the name Snyderson because I have a feeling I should know that… Dean’s look of worry when he found out something was wrong with Bobby had my stomach clenching. I love how frank Dean is, too — when they went into Bobby’s motel room and found his stash of info, pulling out the picture of the dream root thingy and Dean confessed that the name “means absolutely nothing to me…” *pets him* Dean in investigation mode is so sexy. I’m sorry, but it is. Shortbus my ass — the boy may not have gotten into Stanford, but he thinks on his feet quicker than a cat sometimes. He said it himself — he can read people. Like a book.
Okay, when Phish the college boy said he was “growing ferns” I knew he was going to be trouble — but OMG did you SEE how Dean took the cap off of the beer bottle with his ring? What the heck is it about such simple acts that just… I mean, Toe. Curl. Plus his little one-liners… Phish saying the dreams were like a “bad acid trip” and Dean’s “totally…I mean no…” HA!!
When Sam came into the hospital room and Dean’s just watching Bobby, the look on Dean’s face was so “not you, too”… in fact right then I thought that if Bobby were to die it would gut Dean more than losing John. I know that there are those that would like to throw rotten fruit at me for this, but there’s a love you have for your parents that never goes away no matter what they do to or for you. Or don’t do. You just love them. And you look up to them. Even if from an outside point of view it’s twisted. But then there is the love you have for someone that has literally cared for you. Shown that they cared about you. Been there for you every time you called — no matter how ridiculous the request (Tall Tales anyone?). That’s a chosen love. And losing that… it’s hard to come back.
I loved Dean’s “I take it we believe the legends…” For some reason he was all about the one-liners for me in this episode. They are seriously sticking to the flypaper in my brain. And Dean walking away from Sam in the hospital… Dean walking PERIOD… I love his walk. Sorry, where was I? Oh right. Dreaming. I sooo wish they had been able to use “Enter Sandman” in this one — how perfect would that have been. Stoopit Lars and his stoopit royalties. Sigh. When they realized that they were stuck in a hard spot of a hunt once more and knew that it was a place that they would normally call Bobby for help, I laid a hand at my throat and pretty much kept it there for the rest of the show. Dean’s “it’s Bobby” was so layered — meaning both “seriously, what could be in his head that we couldn’t deal with” and “we can’t let this happen to him without pulling out all the stops.”
Okay and then — Sam’s dream about Bella! I laughed my friggin’ ass off with that. First that he was making “happy noises” and then that he couldn’t get up from the chair for a minute and his helpless puppy-dog kissy-face expression when she was in the room, sliding off her coat, while Dean’s all “gimme that gross dream stuff and buh-bye”… Sam’s “nice to see you” attempt… GOD, so funny.
THEN Dean actually says that they should synch up Wizard of Oz and Darkside of the Moon and I about fell off the couch! When Sojourner watches this she’s gonna die. We put that in Sunday Bloody Sunday and I thought it was funny then — I couldn’t believe they actually used that in the show!!!
Drinking Bobby’s hair… blech. Sorry, love the guy, but… blech. I love that there was no obvious seam between drinking the nasty stuff and being in Bobby’s head. So that we were as befuddled as they were at first. And when they did show the boys sleeping on the bed, I liked how they were laying… I know that sounds so dumb, but Sam with his one leg off the side of the bed, Dean with both feet on the floor… It just looked… right. I had thought the place at the beginning when Bobby was hiding from the homicidal woman looked familiar, but I thought it was because they often used the same sets — I didn’t realize that it was a version of Bobby’s house in the past until the boys pointed it out. And when Sam left Dean I literally yelled “Don’t split up!!” at the screen. Seriously, folks — every time Mulder and Scully split up, one of them got into serious trouble. Stay with the group! Have you learned nothing?!
There was something extremely sexy about Dean’s face when he opened the sliding doors. That or my “Dean is sexy” alert is on overdrive. Not that I care. I also loved the sound of his voice when he was calling Bobby’s name. I like that Dean was the one to find Bobby and snap him out of his dream state. It wouldn’t have had that same snap of electric charge had it been Sam or both of them. Dean’s plea that he was not going to let Bobby die — that Bobby was like a father to him seriously broke my heart. I felt the breath shoosh out of me at that. I mean when you have needed someone in that role all of your life and you finally realize that you could have it, that you do have it — if only for a little while — you do NOT want to let it go.
I also liked that they all snapped awake at the same time. When Dean asked about Bobby’s wife, I said aloud with Bobby “everyone gets into hunting somehow” — and I wondered if John had known what had happened with Bobby’s wife. Did the grown-ups share war stories? Makes me think about how things were when the boys were young… I mean poor Bobby — only to learn after he was forced to kill his own wife how he might have been able to save her… possession of loved ones seems to haunt him. When Bobby confessed that he’d taken a beer from Phish/Jeremy (just remembered he had a real name, not the one Dean gave him)… I thought about my “wow look at Dean open that bottle with his ring” moment and realized I’d TOTALLY missed the point of that scene. *smacks self*
Caffeinated Dean after two days of not being able to sleep ALSO reminded me of Bloody Sunday and how we had him humming on little more than coffee… and why the heck was Dean driving after not sleeping for two days?! I mean, I know Sam offered, but Dean… you dummy… sigh. So stubborn. Dean not wanting Sam digging around in his head made me remember them showing Lisa in the “previously” and sure enough, there she was, the minute they were officially dreaming. And that just tore me up. That Dean dreams about normal. About love and a wife and a son that they have to pick up from baseball after they have a picnic. The softening of Sam’s face got me almost as much as Dean’s large, soulful eyes as he denied what was right in front of him because that’s his way. I loved his “stop looking at me like that.”
THEN — they split up AGAIN! Not like they meant to, but still. Gotta say — the camouflaged hallway was pretty ingenious. I’ve had me some weird dreams, and that ranks right up there with them. I was literally cursing the damn commercials aloud when Dean walked in to face down himself. I need to start taping these and fast forwarding through the commercials because I just got more tense as I waited for it to come back. The things Dean said to himself — dead inside, worthless, hate what you see in the mirror… God the truth can gut you. I was amazed how easily it was to tell real Dean from dream Dean simply by the look in the eyes. The vulnerable-but-stoic real Dean and the tough-and-pained dream Dean. Jensen Ackles blows my mind sometimes.
I loved how he whispered to himself “wake up Dean” trying desperately to make that happen. Meanwhile, of course, something’s happening with Sam, and I’m sure I was supposed to get something out of that about our youngest Winchester because he was able to use the Dad to get Jeremy to stop beating him with a bat… and I’m sure there was some layering about the Dad being the thing that spiked fear into the killer. And I’m sure there was something potentially dangerous about Sam hitting Jeremy with a bat to get them all to wake up, but except for registering that it all happened, I was so focused on Dean that I will have to go back and think about if it mattered…
Dean pushing himself with the “you’ve got nothing outside of Sam” “car, jacket, music all Dad’s” “watch out for Sammy” I was curled into a tight little ball. When real Dean finally exploded I felt tears burn my eyes. Everything real Dean yelled about what his Dad put on him, how unfair it was, how he didn’t deserve to go to hell, it was fantastically pain-filled. I don’t believe I’m going to hell, but there are seriously so many times I have longed to yell those very things at anyone who would listen. Not that it would matter now. Our childhood has past. I’ve got nothing but now and what I do with it, but that doesn’t mean that I couldn’t feel every surge of anger he spat out as he slammed into dream Dean with the gun and as he fired both rounds… He finally gave himself permission to feel. Gave himself permission to reach for what he’s always wanted and never truly allowed himself to have — his own life.
And then he faced his worst fear — becoming a demon. Just like with Gordon and Fresh Blood — when we saw that episode, I felt then that the same thing happening to Dean (becoming what he hunted) would be his own worst Hell. And he had to face that.
I think Bobby’s question to Sam about being able to summon Jeremy’s Dad being part of his psychic stuff was said to plant the seed that Sam’s powers may not be completely gone. I don’t know that we’ll see anything of that in what we have left, but I wonder if there’s not something lurking there…
Bella stole the Colt. Um. Duh… she totally saw it in the safe. I admit I was thrown by the Flagstaff thing, but I knew she was up to something. She’s mercenary… Don’t trust her any further than I can throw her — even if Sammy does secretly lust after her.
The end, though, man. Dean’s way of talking with his mouth slightly parted when he is trying to say something that’s difficult to push past his lips, when what he’s saying means more to him than anything he’s said before… his “I don’t wanna die” and the immediate give and relief in Sam’s face built the tears back up again. Sam’s reassurance that they would find a way to save him and Dean’s “okay good”… boys. Boys, boys, boys. We always knew what Dean feared, but sometimes it takes seeing it — tasting the true possibility of a fate LITERALLY worse than death — to get you off the ropes and back into the ring. I knew it was coming. I knew he couldn’t stay passive for long — not my hero. And I’m only sorry we only have two more episodes to see what he does with this confession of not wanting to go to Hell.
Because — and I know I’ve rambled too long as it is — I think that this whole dynamic could be lightening in a bottle. When Dean is charged, Sam usually holds back. It seems that it’s only when Dean is weak, hurt, or hesitant that Sam is strongest, that Sam is the fighter. This whole season thus far, Dean has been holding back, not really ready to fight for himself, in life, but not of it and Sammy has grown tougher. Meaner. Out of necessity. But if Dean is fists out, chin down, ready to get back in the fray, and Sam is already in there swinging… wow.
‘Course the previews took me down. And now we wait…
- Guest Star:
- Adrian Formosa
- Elizabeth Marleau (Bobby’s Wife)
- Damon Runyan (Henry Frost)
- G. Michael Gray (Jeremy Frost)
- Martin Christopher (Doctor)
- Tammy Hui (Maid)
- Myriam Sirois (Graduate Student)
- Cindy Sampson (Lisa)
Long Train Running by Doobie Brothers
Dream A Little Dream Of Me by Mama Cass
Sam: It’s been used by shamans and medicine men for centuries.
Dean: Let me guess, they dose up, break out the didgeridoos and start kicking around the hacky?
Dean: (about to drink the dream tea) Well, shall we dim the lights and sync up Wizard of Oz and Dark Side of the Moon?
Dean: What did you do in college?
Sam: Dean, you sure you don’t want me to drive? You… you seem a little… caffeinated.
Sam: One problem though: we are fresh out African dream roots so unless you know someone who can score some.
Sam: Bela? Crap!
Sam: What’s the big deal? You get sloppy in bars and hit on chicks all the time.
Dean: It’s kinda slim pickin’s around here.
Dean: My father was an obsessed bastard! All that crap he dumped on me about protecting Sam, that was his crap! He’s the one who couldn’t protect his family! He’s the one who let Mom die, who wasn’t there for Sam! I always was! It wasn’t fair! I didn’t deserve what he put on me! And I don’t deserve to go to Hell! (Dean shoots Nightmare Dean with shotgun)
Dean (Nightmare): (after getting up from shotgun blast with demon eyes) You can’t escape me, Dean. You’re gonna die, Dean! And this, this is what you’re gonna become!
Sam: You want to go dream walking inside Bobby’s head?
Dean: Yeah, why not? Maybe we could help.
Sam: We have no idea what’s crawling around in there.
Dean: How bad could it be?
Dean: Dude… it’s Bobby!
(as Dean impersonates a police detective)
Jeremy: I had this most vivid super intense dream, like a bad acid trip, you know…
Dean: Totally. (pause) I mean, no.
Dean (Nightmare): I mean, think about it. All he ever did was train you; boss you around. But Sam, Sam he doted on, Sam he loved.
Dean (Real): I mean it, I’m getting angry.
Dean (Nightmare): Dad knew who you really were. A good soldier and nothing else. Daddy’s blunt little instrument. Your own father didn’t care whether you lived or died, why should you?
Dean: There you are. What are you doing?
Sam: Having a drink?
Dean: It’s two in the afternoon. Drinking whiskey?
Sam: I drink whiskey all the time.
Dean: No you don’t.
Sam: What was Bobby doing in Pittsburgh?
Dean: I don’t know, unless he was taking an extremely lame vacation.
Dean: Dude, you were out. And making some serious happy noises. Who were you dreaming about?
Sam: What? No one. Nothing.
Dean: Come on, you can tell me. Angelina Jolie?
Dean: Brad Pitt?
Sam: No. No!
Bobby: Before I knew it was him, he offered me a beer. I drank it. Dumbest friggin’ thing.
Dean: Aw, I don’t know. It wasn’t that dumb.
Sam: Dean, you didn’t.
Dean: I was thirsty.
Sam: That’s great! Now he can come after either one of you.
Dean: I’ve been doing some thinking. And well, the thing is, I don’t want to die. I don’t want to go to Hell.
Sam: Okay. We’ll find a way to save you.
Dean: Okay, good.
Dean: I take it we believe the legends.
Sam: When don’t we?
Sam: The truth is, no one can save you.
Dean: What I’ve been telling you.
Sam: No, what I mean is no one can save you because you don’t want to be saved.
The signature on the badge Dean uses when he first meets Jeremy in Jeremy’s dorm room is signed Robert Plant. This is an alias that has been used before, most recently in the episode titled “Bedtime Stories.”
- Sam: ..this doctor was testing the stuff on his patients, Tim Leary style…
Doctor Timothy Francis Leary (1920-1996) was a writer and psychologist. He advocated the use and research of psychedelic drugs, and became famous as a proponent of the therapeutic and spiritual benefits of LSD. He became an idol of the 1960s counterculture.
- Dean: (about to drink the dream tea) Well, shall we dim the lights and sync up Wizard of Oz and Dark Side of the Moon?
This is based on the practice of listening to the Pink Floyd album The Dark Side of the Moon(1973 while watching The Wizard of Oz (1939). It is believed that the movie and the music synchronize, with numerous incidents of lyrics matching the action on the screen, creating something similar to a lengthy music video. Many of the viewers of what has been dubbed The Dark Side of the Rainbow watch it while under the influence of drugs and alcohol, making it a popular college event. Those associated with the band have denied that any synchronicity was intended.
- Dean: Okay, I don’t know what’s weirder. The fact that we’re in Bobby’s head… or that he’s dreaming of Better Homes and Gardens?
Better Homes and Gardens is a well-known magazine in the United States that focuses on interests regarding homes, cooking, gardening, crafts, healthy living, decorating, and entertaining.
- Sam: You take enough of it, with enough practice, you can become a regular Freddy Krueger.
Referencing the famous dream killer played by Robert Englund in the Nightmare on Elm Street movie series since 1984. Besides a number of sequels, there have been two TV series.
A song that has been remade many times. The most famous remake was from Mama Cass with The Mamas and The Papas and was considered the starting of her solo career.
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