Supernatural s01e14 Episode Script


Somebody help me! Somebody! Somebody help! Dean.
What are you doing, man? It's in the middle of the night.
We have to go.
- What's happening? - We have to go.
Right now.
Detective Mcreedy.
Badge number 158.
I've got a signal four eighty on progress.
I need a registered owner of a Two door Sedan.
Michigan license plate Mary, Frank, 6-0-3-7.
Yeah, okay.
Just hurry.
Sammy, relax.
- I'm sure, its just a nightmare.
- Yeah.
Tell me about it.
I mean it.
You know, a normal everyday naked class nightmare.
This license plate, it won't check out.
You'll see.
It felt different Dean.
Like we dreamt about our old house and Jessica.
Oh, yeah.
That makes sense.
Dreaming about our house, your girlfriend.
This guy in your dream, you ever seen him before? No / No, exactly.
Why would you have premonitions about some random dude in Michigan? - I don't know.
- Yeah, me neither.
Yes, I'm here.
Jim Miller, Saginaw Michigan.
You have the street address? Got it.
It checks out.
How far are we? - From Saginaw? - Yeah.
A couple of hours.
Drive faster.
What happened? Suicide.
I can't believe it.
Did you know him? Saw him everyday at Saint Augustine.
Always seems seemed so normal.
I guess you never know what's going behind closed doors.
- I guess not.
- How did uh What are they saying happened? I heard they found him in the garage locked inside his car with the engine running.
Do you know about what time they found him? It just happened an hour or two ago.
His poor family.
I can't even imagine what they're going through.
Sam, we got here as fast as we could.
Not fast enough.
Which doesn't make any sense, man.
Why would I even have these premonitions unless there was a chance that I can stop them from happening.
I don't know.
So, what do you think killed him? Maybe the guy killed himself.
Maybe there's nothing supernatural going on at all.
I'm telling you.
I watched it happen.
He was murdered by something Dean.
It trapped him in the garage.
Like what? A spirit? A poltergeist? What? I don't know what it was.
I don't know why I'm having these dreams.
I don't know what the hell is happening Dean.
What? Nothing, man.
I'm just worried about you.
Well, don't look at me like that.
I'm not looking at you like anything.
But I got to say.
You look like crap.
- Nice, thanks.
- You welcome.
Come on, let's just pick this up in the morning.
Check out the house, we'll talk to the family.
Dean, you saw them.
They're devastated.
They're not gonna want to talk to us.
Yeah, you're right.
But I think I know who they'll talk to.
Who? This has got to be a whole new loaf for us.
Good afternoon.
I'm Father Simmons.
This is Father Freely.
We're new junior priests at Saint Augustine.
May we come in? Thanks.
We're very sorry for your loss.
In difficult times like these when the Lord's guidance is most needed.
/ Look You want to pitch your whole Lord has a plan thing fine.
Don't pitch it to me.
My brother's dead.
Roger, please.
Excuse me.
I'm sorry about my brother in law.
He's just so upset about Jim's death.
Would you like some coffee? That'll be great.
It was wonderful of you to stop by.
The support of the church means so much right now.
Of course.
After all, we all are god's children.
What? Just tone it down a little bit, Father.
So, Ms.
Did your husband have a history of depression? Nothing like that.
We had our ups and downs like everyone.
But we were happy.
I just don't understand how Jim could do something like that.
I'm so sorry you had to find him like that.
Actually Our son, Max.
He was the one who found him.
Do you mind if maybe I go talk to him? No.
Oh, thank you Father.
Max? Hey, I'm Sam.
Miller, you have a lovely home.
How long have you lived here? We moved in about five years ago.
You know, the only problem with these old houses I bet you have all kinds of headaches.
Like what? Well Weird leaks.
Electrical shortages.
Odd sort of noises at night.
That kind of things.
No, nothing like that.
It's been perfect.
May I use your restroom? Oh, sure.
It's just up the stairs.
So, what was your dad like? Just a normal dad.
You live at home now? Yeah.
I'm trying to save up for school but it's hard.
So, when you found your dad? I woke up.
I heard the engine running.
I don't know why he did it.
I know its ruff.
Losing a parent.
Especially when you don't have all the answers.
Anything? Zip.
Escanaba Motel No Vacancy - So, what do you have? - Well, nothing.
Nothing bad has happened to the Miller house since it was built.
- What about the land? - No graveyard, battlefields, tribal lands or any other kind of atrocity on or near the property.
Hey, man.
I told you.
I searched the house up and down.
There were no cold spots, no soul person, nada.
And the family said everything was normal.
Well, if there was a demon or poltergeist.
You don't think somebody would have notice something? I used the infrared thermo scanner, man.
There was nothing.
So what? You think Jim Miller killed himself? And my dream was some sort of freakish coincidence? I don't know.
I'm pretty sure there's nothing supernatural about that house.
Well You know, maybe Maybe there's nothing to do with the house.
Maybe it's just a Gosh.
Maybe it's connected to Jim.
In some other way.
What's wrong with you? My head! Sam? Hey! Hey! What's going on? Talk to me.
It's happening again! Something's gonna kill Roger Miller.
Roger Miller? No, no, just the address please.
Okay, thanks.
Apartment 1120.
You okay? Yeah.
/ If you're goon hurl.
I'll pull the car over, you know.
I'm fine.
Just drive.
All right.
Dean, I'm scared man.
These nightmares weren't bad enough.
Now I'm seeing things when I'm awake? And theses Visions or whatever.
They're getting intense, painful.
Come on man.
You'll be all right.
- You'll be fine.
- What is it about the Millers? Why am I connected to them? Why am I watching them die? - Why the hell is this happening to me? - I don't know Sam.
But we'll figure it out, okay? We face the unexplainable every single day.
This is just another thing.
It's never been us.
It's never been in the family like this.
Tell the truth.
You can't tell me this doesn't freak you out.
This doesn't freak me out.
Hey, Roger! Hey, hold up a second.
What are you guys, missionaries? Leave me alone.
Please! Hey! Roger! We're trying to help! Please! Hey, hey, hey! Hey, hey, hey! I don't want your help.
We're not priests.
You've got to listen to us! Roger, you're in danger! Come on, come on.
Start wiping down your finger prints.
We don't want the cops to know we were here.
Go! Go! Come on! I'm gonna take a look inside.
I'm telling you there was nothing in there.
There's no signs either.
Just like the Miller's house.
I saw something in the vision.
Like a dark shape.
Something was Something was stalking Roger.
Well, whatever it was I'm sure it's not connected to their house.
No, it's connected to the family itself.
So, what do you think? Like a ventral spirit? Oh, yeah.
Few of them have been known to ledge horn to families.
They'll haunt them for years.
Angier, Badges.
(?) Basically it was like a curse.
Maybe Roger and Jim Miller got involved in something heavy.
- Something curse worthy.
- And now something's out for revenge.
And they're making their family dying.
Hey, you think Max is in danger? Let's figure out before he is.
Well I know one thing I have in common with these people.
What's that? Well, their families are cursed.
Our family's not cursed.
We're just had our dark spots.
Our dark spots are pretty dark.
You're dark.
My mom's resting.
She's pretty packed.
/ Of course.
All these people kept coming with like casseroles.
I finally had to tell them all to go away.
You know, cause nothing says I'm sorry like a tuna casserole.
How are you holding up? I'm okay.
Your dad and your uncle were close? Yeah, I guess.
They were brothers.
I use to hang out when I was little.
- But not lately, much? - No, it's not that.
It's We used to be neighbors when I was a kid.
We lived across town in this house and Uncle Roger lived next door so he was over all the time.
/ Right.
So how was it in that house when you were a kid? It was fine.
Why? All good memories? You remember anything unusual? Something involving your father and your uncle maybe? Why do you? Why do you ask? It's just a question.
No, there was nothing.
We were totally normal.
/ Good.
That's good.
Well, you must be exhausted.
- We should take off.
- Right.
/ Yeah.
Nobody's family is totally normal and happy.
You see when he was talking about his old house? Sounded scared.
Max isn't telling us everything.
See we go find the old neighborhood? Find out what life it was with the Millers.
Have you lived in the neighborhood very long? Yeah, almost twenty years now.
It's nice and quiet.
Why you looking to buy? No, no, actually we were just wondering if If you might recall a family that use to live right across the street I believe.
Yeah, the Millers.
They had a little boy named Max.
Yeah, I remember.
Their brother had the place next door.
So, what's this about? That poor kid okay? What do you mean? Well, in my life.
I've never seen a child treated like that.
I mean, I'd hear Mr.
Miller yelling and throwing things clear across the street.
He was a mean drunk.
Used to beat the tire out of Max.
Broke his arm two times that I know of.
And this was going on regularly? Practically everyday.
In fact that thug brother of his was just as likely take a swing at the boy.
But the worst part was his step mother.
She just Stand there, checked out.
Never lifted a finger to protect him.
I must have called the police seven or eight times.
- Never did any good.
- Now, you said 'step mother'.
I think his real mom died.
Some sort of Accident.
Car accident I think.
Are you okay there? - Uh, yeah.
- Thanks for your time.
- Oh, yeah.
Thank you.
- Let's go.
Oh, god.
I don't know what you mean by that.
- You know I didn't do anything.
- That's right.
You didn't do anything.
You didn't stop them.
Not once.
How did you? Max! Please! But every time you stood there and watched.
Pretending it wasn't happening.
- I'm sorry.
- No, you're not.
You just don't want to die.
Max is doing it.
Everything I've been seeing.
- Are you sure about this? - Yeah, I saw him.
How is he pulling it off? I don't know.
Looks like telekinesis.
So, he's Psychic? He's a spoon bender? I didn't even realize but this whole time he was there.
He was outside of the garage when his dad died.
He was in the apartment when his uncle died.
His visions this whole time.
I wasn't connected to the Millers.
I was connecting to Max.
The thing I don't know is why man.
I guess Cause we are so alike? What are you talking about? Dude's nothing like you.
Oh, we both have psychic abilities.
We're both / Both what? Sam, Max is a monster.
He's already killed two people now he's going for a third.
With all he went through.
The beatings.
To want revenge on those people.
I'm sorry man, I hate to say it.
It's not that insane.
Yeah, but it doesn't justify murdering your entire family.
Dean / He's no different than anything else we've hunted.
All right, we've got to end it.
We're not gonna kill Max.
Then what? I hand him over to the cops and say Lock him up, officer.
- He kills with his power of his mind.
- Forget it.
- No way man.
- Sam! Do He's a person.
We can talk to him.
Hey! Promise me you'll follow my lead on this one.
All right, fine.
But I'm not letting him hurt anyone else.
- You know I never did anything.
- That's right.
You didn't do anything.
You didn't stop them.
Not once.
Fathers? - What are you doing here? - Oh Sorry to interrupt.
Max, could we uh Could we talk to you outside for just one second? About what? It's It's private.
Um I wouldn't want to bother your mother with it.
We won't be long at all though.
I promise.
You're not priests! Max! What's happening? Shut up! / What are you doing? - I said shut up! - Max, calm down.
- Who are you? - We just want to talk to you.
Yeah, right.
That's why you brought this.
That was a mistake, all right? So was lying about who we were.
But no more lying Max.
Okay? Just please.
- Just hear me out.
- About what? I saw you do it.
I saw you kill your dad and your uncle before it happened.
What? / I'm having visions about you.
You're crazy.
So, you weren't gonna launch a knife at your step mom? Right here? Isn't that hard to believe? Max, look what you can do? Max, I was drawn here, all right? I think I'm here to help you.
No one can help me.
Let me try.
We'll just talk.
Me and you.
- We'll get Dean and Alice out of here.
- No, no way.
Nobody leaves this house! And nobody has to, all right? They'll just They'll just go upstairs.
Sam, I'm not leaving you alone with him.
Yes, you are.
Look, Max You're in charge here.
All right? We all know that.
No one's gonna do anything that you don't want to do.
But I'm talking five minutes here man.
/ Sam Five minutes? Go.
Come on.
I can't begin to understand what you went through.
That's right, you can't.
/ Max - This has to stop.
- It will.
- After my step mother - No.
You need to let her go.
Why? Did she beat you? No.
But she never tried to save me.
She's part of it too.
Look what they did to you.
Look what they all did to you growing up.
- They deserve to be punished.
- Growing up? Try last week.
My dad still hits me.
Just in places people wouldn't see it.
Old habits die hard I guess.
I'm sorry.
When I first found out I could move things.
It was a gift.
My whole life I was helpless.
But now I have this.
So, last week Dad gets drunk.
First time in a long time.
And he beats me to hell.
It's the first time in a long time.
And I do what I had to do.
Why didn't you just leave? It isn't about getting away.
Just knowing that they'd still be out there.
It was about not being afraid.
When my dad used to look at me.
There was hate in his eyes.
Do you know what that feels like? No.
He blamed me for everything.
For his job.
For his life.
For my mom's death.
Why did he blame you for your mom's death? Because she died in my nursery.
While I was asleep in my crib.
As if that makes it my fault.
She died in your nursery? Yeah.
There was a fire and he get drunk and blab along like she died in some insane way.
He said that she burned up.
Pinned to the ceiling.
Listen to me Max.
What your dad said.
About what happened to your mom.
It's real.
What? It happened to my mom too.
Exactly the same.
My nursery, my crib.
My dad saw her in the ceiling.
Your dad must have been as drunk as mine.
/ No.
No, it's the same thing, Max.
The same thing killed our mothers.
That's impossible.
This must be why I've been having visions during the day.
Why they're getting more intense.
Cause you and I must be connected in some way.
Your abilities started six, seven months ago, right? Out of the blue? How'd you know that? Because that's when my abilities started Max.
I mean, yours seem to be much further along but still this This means something.
Right? I mean, for some reason.
You and I were chosen.
For what? I don't know.
But Dean and I My brother and I We're hunting for your mom's killer.
We can find answers.
Answers that can answer us both.
But you got to let us go Max.
You got to let your step mother go.
What they did to me.
I still have nightmares.
I'm still scared all the time.
Like I'm waiting for that next beating.
I'm just tired of being scared.
If I do this, it'll be all over.
No, don't you get it? It won't.
The nightmares won't end Max.
Not like this.
There's just More pain.
And it makes you as bad as them.
Max You don't have to go this all by yourself.
I'm sorry.
No! Max! No! Max! Max! Son of a Max.
Stay back.
It's not about you.
If you want to kill.
You got to go through with me first.
No! No! Max No.
Stay back.
It's not about you.
If you want to kill.
You got to go through with me first.
No, don't! Don't! Please! Please Max! Max We can help you.
But this What you're doing It's not the solution.
It's not gonna fix anything.
You're right.
No! Max attacked me.
He threatened me with a gun.
And these two? They're Family friends.
I called them as soon as Max arrived.
I was scared.
They tried to stop him.
They fought for the gun.
Where did Max hid the gun? I don't know.
He Showed up and he It's all right, Mrs.
I lost everyone.
We'll give you a call if we have any further questions.
Thanks officer.
Come on.
Freggis said something else.
- Got him through it somehow.
- Don't do that.
- Do what? - Told you yourself.
It wouldn't matter what you said.
Max was too far gone.
When I think about how he looked at me man right before I should have done something.
Come on, man.
You risked your life.
I mean, yeah.
If we gotten there twenty years earlier Well, I'll tell you one thing.
We're lucky we had dad.
I never thought you say that.
Well He could have gone away more after mom.
A little more tequila a little less demon hunting.
Then we would have Max's childhood.
All things considered.
We turned out okay.
Thanks to him.
All things considered.
Dean, I've been thinking.
That's never a good thing.
I'm serious.
I've been thinking Why would this demon or whatever it is.
Why would it kill mom and Jessica and Max's mother? You know, what does it want? - No idea.
- Well, you think maybe It was after us? After - Max and me? - Why would you think that? I mean Either telekinesis are premonitions.
We both had abilities, you know.
Maybe it was after us for some reason.
Sam, if it wanted you.
It would have just taken you.
Okay? This is not your fault.
It is not about you.
Then what is it about? It's about that damn thing that did this to our family.
That thing that we're gonna find that thing we're gonna kill.
And that's all.
Actually, there's a Something else too.
Oh, geez what? When Max locked me in that closet.
That big cabinet against the door.
I moved it.
Yeah, you're a little more up the body strength than I gave you credit for.
No man.
I moved it.
Like Max.
Bend this.
I can't turn it on and off Dean.
- Then how'd you do it? - I don't know.
I can't control it.
I just I saw you die and it just came out of me like a Like a punch.
You know, like a Like a freak adrenaline thing.
Well, I'm sure it won't happen again.
Yeah, maybe.
Aren't you worried man? Aren't you worried that I can turn into Max or something? Nope.
No way.
You know why? No, why? Cause you got one advantage that Max didn't have.
Dad? Because dad's not here, Dean.
As long as I'm around Nothing bad is gonna happen to you.
Now then.
I know what we need to do with your premonitions.
I know where we've got to go.
Where? Vegas.
What? Come on man.
Craps table.
We'd clean up.

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