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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Outside the garage, Jim now has his camera, and hears the car start up, then a crashing noise, and goes to investigate. With the camera recording, he calls out for Cal, and as he nears, sees Cal's head embedded halfway into the windshield, as if he'd been in a head-on crash.
Blood drips down over the Porsche emblem that's been underscored by the words "Little Bastard". The scene shifts to the Impala where Sam and Dean are driving through the night. Dean tells Sam about Cal Hopkins' death. Sam wants to move onto a bigger issue, like how Michael and Lucifer want them to be their vessels. Dean insists on working the case and makes it clear that it's not debatable.
He tells Sam that this is their first case back together, and they need to adjust before they take the "training wheels" off, as a team. Dean concludes by saying he wants this to be a fresh start, for the both of them.
The sheriff tells Sam and Dean that they've already booked Jim Grossman for the murders. He shows them the video taken from Jim's camera, which the sheriff considers proof of Jim's guilt. Dean points out that it's not feasible that Jim, who was best friends with Cal, could have done it, considering the rate of speed required for Cal to have died the way he did. Dean and Sam insist on speaking to Jim. Jim tells them that Cal had just purchased James Dean's car, Little Bastard, and recalls to them what happened in the garage.
Dean is surprised and ecstatic about the car, and insists on checking it out. At the Canton Impound Garage, Dean looks at the silver car in amazement.
Sam doesn't understand what's so special about it. Dean explains that the car used to be owned by James Dean, who died in it after a fatal crash, and that every one known to have owned it since his death has died unnaturally. The car vanished off the back of a truck in the '70s. There is only one way to prove that the car was really James Dean's, and that is to check the engine number, which is under the car.
They prop the car up, and Dean hesitantly gets under it to get the number, telling Sam not to touch or even look at it while he is under it, lest he make it mad. Once he gets the number, he gets out from under the car as quickly as possible. Relieved, he hands the number to Sam, instructs him to research all the previous owners, and leaves. While Sam is holed up in their motel room studying the car's past, Dean hits a bar, and pretends to be a talent agent to hit on the bartender.
Sam calls him up, and is annoyed when he hears bar sounds in the background. Dean protests that after the trauma of being "up Christine's skirt," he needed a drink. Sam replies that he actually didn't, because James Dean never owned the car. Prop shrunken head. Evidence of abuse. Movie set photograph. Movie set replica. Prop store photograph. Chloral hydrate. Prop shrunken head molds. Film reel. Empty film canister. Phelps looks down at the scene of the crash.Jul 29, · BTS (방탄소년단) Melon Music Awards | Full Performance - REACTION!!! - Duration: The Reel Rejects , views.