Season Two consists of 22 episodes that aired on Thursdays at 9:00 pm in the United States beginning September 28, 2006, and ending May 17, 2007.
The season follows Sam and Dean Winchester as they deal with their father's death and continue to hunt down the yellow-eyed demon known as Azazel, who caused the fire that led to the deaths of their mother over 20 years ago and later, Sam's girlfriend, Jessica Moore. While dealing with cases involving normal supernatural creatures, such as monsters and ghosts, the boys have assistance not only from their friend Bobby, who has now become their surrogate father, but also from new allies Ellen Harvelle (who has a history with John), her daughter Jo, and Ash. Part of Azazel's master plan is eventually revealed as he gathers Sam and others like him, leading to Sam's death. Seeing no other choice, Dean makes a deal with a crossroads demon to resurrect Sam in exchange for his soul, which will be collected in one year. In a final confrontation, in which Dean kills Azazel with The Colt using the last of the original bullets, a gate is opened, releasing hundreds of demons from Hell and Dean is facing the ticking clock until his contract is done.
- Samantha Ferris as Ellen Harvelle (6/22)
- Jim Beaver as Bobby Singer (5/22)
- Alona Tal as Jo Harvelle (4/22)
- Chad Lindberg as Ash (4/22)
- Fredric Lane as Azazel (3/22)
- Jeffrey Dean Morgan as John Winchester (2/22)
- Samantha Smith as Mary Winchester (2/22)
- Sterling K. Brown as Gordon Walker (2/22)
- Charles Malik Whitfield as Victor Henriksen (2/22)
- Gabriel Tigerman as Andrew Gallagher (2/22)
- Katherine Isabelle as Ava Wilson (2/22)
- Aldis Hodge as Jake Talley (2/22)
- Adrianne Palicki as Jessica Moore (1/22)
- Richard Speight Jr. as The Trickster (1/22)
- Lindsey McKeon as Tessa (1/22)
Episode List: 2006-2007 Edit
|In My Time of Dying||Writer: Eric Kripke||Director: Kim Manners||9/28/06||#23 201|
|After the crash, Dean's spirit wanders the hospital corridors as his comatose body hovers at the brink of death ... and a Reaper tries to lure him into eternity.
|Everybody Loves a Clown||Writer: John Shiban||Director: Phil Sgriccia||10/05/06||#24 202|
|A mysterious carnival clown is really an ancient Hindu cannibal called a Rakshasa. His scariest trick: beguiling children so he can slaughter and devour their parents.
|Bloodlust||Writer: Sera Gamble||Director: Robert Singer||10/12/06||#25 203|
|Sam and Dean meet Gordon, a fellow demon hunter who has been systematically killing vampires in a small town, and Dean immediately bonds with the older man. However, after Sam meets with the lead vampire and discovers they are actually peaceful creatures who survive on cattle blood, he decides not all supernatural beings are evil and forces Dean to choose whether he will side with Sam or Gordon.
|Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things||Writer: Raelle Tucker||Director: Kim Manners||10/19/06||#26 204|
|Dean and Sam investigate the murder of a college student who has come back from the dead seeking revenge on those who mistreated her while she was alive. Upon confrontation, the ghost savagely attacks Sam, leaving him injured. While in town, the brothers visit their mother's grave to pass along something from their father.
|Simon Said||Writer: Ben Edlund||Director: Tim Iacofano||10/26/06||#27 205|
|Sam and Dean meet Andy, a slacker who has psychic powers of persuasion, which he uses to gain favors from people. However, when some of Andy's friends start dying, the brothers question whether Andy is using his powers to kill. After learning that Andy's family was visited by the Demon 22 years ago, Sam wonders if Andy is part of the group of children the Demon told him about, and if that means he himself will eventually turn evil.
|No Exit||Writer: Matt Witten||Director: Kim Manners||11/02/06||#28 206|
|Sam and Dean have a problem: The ghost of America's first-known serial killer, back for more gore. And they have another problem: Jo, who follows them on their hunt despite her mother's objections.
|The Usual Suspects||Writer: Cathryn Humphris||Director: Mike Rohl||11/09/06||#29 207|
|Baltimore cops arrest the obvious suspect in the grisly murders of a lawyer and his wife: Dean, caught with blood on his hands and a history of being on the spot when people die violently.
|Crossroad Blues||Writer: Sera Gamble||Director: Steve Boyum||11/16/06||#30 208|
|She'll make your dreams come true for a price ... your soul. Dean confronts a demon straight out of Faust who makes the young ghoul-hunter a startling - and tempting - offer.
|Croatoan||Writer: John Shiban||Director: Robert Singer||12/07/06||#31 209|
|In a small Oregon town, Sam is infected by a supernatural virus that sweeps friends and neighbors into a frenzy of violence.
|Hunted||Writer: Raelle Tucker||Director: Rachel Talalay||01/11/07||#32 210|
|After Sam learns of his father's warning, he splits from Dean and starts hunting for others with his gift - or curse - of psychic powers. And someone's hunting for him: Gordon, the relentless vampire killer.
|Playthings||Writer: Matt Witten||Director: Charles Beeson||01/18/07||#33 211|
|Remember your imaginary childhood friend? Bet your buddy wasn't anything like an angelic little girl's invisible playmate: a hoodoo demon with an unearthly aptitude for murder.
|Nightshifter||Writer: Ben Edlund||Director: Phil Sgriccia||01/25/07||#34 212|
|Sam, Dean, a shape-shifter and hostages are locked in a bank, surrounded by a SWAT team. It all begins when the brothers, on the trail of a 'shifter, run into a portly paranoiac who's seen T2 once too often.
|Houses of the Holy||Writer: Sera Gamble||Director: Kim Manners||02/01/07||#35 213|
|The Winchesters have seen ghouls, demons, ghosts and vampires ... but angels? Dean says there's no such thing. But a new case involving "chosen" people who smite evildoers may prove him wrong.
|Born Under A Bad Sign||Writer: Cathryn Humphris||Director: J. Miller Tobin||02/08/07||#36 214|
|Sam disappears, loses seven days and wakes up covered with blood. The brothers investigate - and every clue leads them to believe that Sam's dark side may have finally emerged.
|Tall Tales||Writer: John Shiban||Director: Bradford May||02/15/07||#37 215|
|Something supernatural is offing do-badders at a university. Sam and Dean check into it, mysteriously start bickering like an old married couple, and call Bobby for help.
|Roadkill||Writer: Raelle Tucker||Director: Charles Beeson||03/15/07||#38 216|
|Sam, Dean and a near-victim race the earth's rotation to vanquish a ghost who kills on the anniversary of his death.
|Heart||Writer: Sera Gamble||Director: Kim Manners||03/22/07||#39 217|
|A mauled body with its heart missing. The Winchester brothers know that means one thing: a werewolf ... and tonight the moon is full. Can they save a lovely girl from being the next gruesome fatality?
|Hollywood Babylon||Writer: Ben Edlund||Director: Phil Sgriccia||04/19/07||#40 218|
|A filmmaker fakes a supernatural soundstage death to create online buzz for his in-production horror flick. But the second death is all too real.
|Folsom Prison Blues||Writer: John Shiban||Director: Mike Rohl||04/26/07||#41 219|
|Special Agent Victor Henriksen finally achieves his goal: Sam and Dean behind bars. The only thing scarier than the guys they meet on the inside is a murderous spirit who's offing inmates one by one.
|What Is And What Should Never Be||Writer: Raelle Tucker||Director: Eric Kripke||05/03/07||#42 220|
|A devoted girlfriend. A regular job. And a loving mother in a house that didn't burn down. A run-in with a djinn gives Dean the life he would have had.
|All Hell Breaks Loose - Part 1||Writer: Sera Gamble||Director: Robert Singer||05/10/07||#43 221|
|Late one night, Sam walks into a cafe ... and wakes up in a ghost town, abducted with other "special children" by the Yellow-Eyed Demon. Meanwhile, Dean searches through a 3,000-mile haystack for his brother.
|All Hell Breaks Loose - Part 2||Writer: Eric Kripke and Michael T. Moore||Director: Kim Manners||05/17/07||#44 222|
|Driven to the edge of emotional endurance, Dean makes a sacrifice that leads to a cosmic showdown with the Yellow-Eyed Demon ... and to consequences even more far-reaching.
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