2.03 Bloodlust

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Promotional image from Bloodlust
Title Bloodlust
Episode # Season 2, Episode 3
First aired 12 October, 2006
Directed by Robert Singer
Written by Sera Gamble
On IMDB http://imdb.com/title/tt0835248/
Outline When Sam and Dean encounter Gordon, a fellow demon hunter who has been systematically killing vampires in a small town, Dean immediately bonds with the older man.
Location(s) Red Lodge, Montana
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Back in a newly restored Impala, Sam and Dean are investigating some murders and cattle mutilations, when they discover that the latest victim is a vampire. They meet another hunter, Gordon Walker, who has been hunting vampires ever since they killed his sister.

After rescuing Gordon from a vampire attack, Dean and Gordon bond over a few drinks. Sam is suspicious of Gordon and returns to the motel, only to be captured by the vampires who are lead by a woman called Lenore.

Released unharmed, Sam tries to convince Dean that the vampires have forsworn killing humans and are trying to live peacefully, drinking only cattle blood. Dean insists that anything supernatural should be killed, while Sam argues their mission is to stop evil. The argument ends when Dean punches Sam after he accuses Dean of using Gordon as replacement for their father.

They boys track down the vampire homestead where Gordon is torturing Lenore. Gordon grabs Sam and cuts him, taunting Lenore with his blood. When Lenore shows that she is capable of fighting her vampiric urges, Dean turns on Gordon, allowing Sam to rescue Lenore.

At the end, Dean muses that their world does not seem as black and white as it once did.


See the Music page also.

  • AC/DC - Back in Black
  • Journey - Wheel in the Sky

Timeline & Locations

  • This episode is set in Red Lodge, Montana
  • While in Red Lodge, they stay at the Adobe Court Motel, Room 4




Dean: Woah!! Listen to her purr! Have you ever heard anything so sweet? Sam: You know, if you two want to get a room, just let me know, Dean. Dean: Don't listen to him, baby. He doesn't understand us

Sam: You know, you slap on this big fake smile but I can see right through it. Because I know how you feel Dean. Dad's dead. And he left a hole, and it hurts so bad you can't take it, but you can't just fill up that hole with whoever you want to. It's an insult to his memory.

Dean: No, but every instinct told me to. I was going to kill her. I was going to kill them all. Sam: Yeah Dean, but you didn't. And that's what matters. Dean: Yeah. Well, 'cause you're a pain in my ass. Sam: Guess I might have to stick around to be a pain in the ass then. Dean: Thanks. Sam: Don't mention it.

Pad of Definitions

Additional definitions provided by fans

The following terms appeared in the Pad of Definitions for 1.20 Dead Man's Blood (episode):


Screencap from Bloodlust of "J. Manners"'s nametag.
  • The morgue attendant's name tag says "J.Manners". This is a shoutout to series producer Kim Manners. Arguably the exchange between him and Dean is another reference - Dean says "John...?" and the attendant replies, "It's Jeff." Jeffrey Dean Morgan plays John Winchester.
  • During Dean and Sam's banter over the decapitated corpse (including the "Put the lotion in the basket!" line) they are talking about Silence of the Lambs
  • Dean uses the phrase "sleep all day, party all night," which is part of the tag line for The Lost Boys.
  • Gordon calls Sam "Chachi," referring to Scott Baio’s character on Happy Days.
  • When Ellen speaks to Sam later in the episode, she also references Silence of the Lambs - when she says "Yeah, and Hannibal Lecter's a good psychiatrist."
  • Sam and Dean masquerade as journalists from Weekly World News, a tabloid of alleged supernatural occurences.


  • Lingering shots of the Metallicar, Dean's affectionate addressing of it
  • Sam saying "He[Dean]'s the only one who gets to call me that" when Gordon calls him 'Sammy'.
  • Throwaway reference to Chupacabras, creatures that have been frequently used in SPN Fanfiction

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