Sheriff Jody Mills

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Name Jody Mills
Actor Kim Rhodes
Location Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Occupation Police Sheriff
Episode(s) 5.15 Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid
6.04 Weekend at Bobby's
7.02 Hello, Cruel World
7.06 Slash Fiction
7.12 Time After Time
8.23 Sacrifice
9.08 Rock and a Hard Place


Jody is the sheriff in a town of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. She is married, and had a young son named Owen who died shortly before the events of 5.15 Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid. She has known Bobby Singer for some time, but is not particularly impressed with him saying "he's a menace around here - ass full of drunk-and-disorderlies and mail fraud." They form a friendship of sorts after she, Bobby and the Winchesters help save the town from zombies. She covers for him with the FBI, and after he saves her from leviathans, they develop a closer relationship.

Following Bobby's death, Jody says she has been keeping an eye on police reports for the sort of cases that might be supernatural-related. She has since aided them on a few cases, identifying herself as a hunter though she admits she is new to it.


5.15 Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid

When the dead are rising as zombies, her young son is one of the people to come back. Because of this she tries to stop Sam and Dean from investigating, along with Bobby who also lives there and whose wife has also been brought back. Eventually her son begins to turn and kills and eats her husband. She works with Sam to kill the remaining zombies left in the town.

6.04 Weekend at Bobby's

Sheriff Mills shows up at Bobby's house with an FBI agent, Agent Adams, just after Bobby helped Rufus bury the body of an okami in his yard. Agent Adams is looking for Rufus on suspicion of murder. Sheriff Mills tries to distract him, but Adams is persistent and he finds the spot where the okami was buried. Fortunately, there is no longer any evidence of a crime because the okami is gone. Unfortunately, Rufus didn't stab it enough times to kill it, and it is loose. Later in the episode, Sheriff Mills extradites Rufus, who has been arrested for stealing Gavin MacLeod's signet ring, and allows him to "escape custody" so that he can deliver the signet ring to Bobby. She does this as a favor to Bobby even though it could mean the end of her career.

7.02 Hello, Cruel World

Sheriff Mills is in Sioux Falls General Hospital recovering from an appendectomy. She is surprised when her surgeon Dr. Gaines forcibly sedates and removes her roommate in the middle of the night. She goes after him to investigate, and discovers that the doctor is a leviathan that has eaten the other patient. She collapses in the hallway when a nurse confronts her, and wakes up in her hospital bed. The leviathan posing as a doctor orders the nurse to sedate her. After the nurse and doctor leave, she pulls out her IV and calls Bobby on her cellphone. He helps her get out of the hospital and into a cab, and promises to check on her after investigating.

7.06 Slash Fiction

After his house burns down, Sheriff Mills tracks Bobby to Rufus' old cabin, and goes to check on him and thank him for saving her at the hospital. She invites herself in, and offers to make him some food and straighten up the place. Bobby is reluctant to accept, and she orders him to let someone do something nice for him. Later, as Jody is cleaning the cabin, she spills some cleaning fluid that seeps through a crack in the floor and lands on the leviathan that Bobby is holding prisoner in the basement. The liquid, sodium borate, burns the creature, and is the first substance that Bobby has seen damage it. He runs upstairs and kisses the surprised sheriff, before eagerly asking what chemical she is using. Before she leaves, Bobby asks her to take the severed head of the Leviathan and throw it over a bridge. She tells him to call her if he needs help, and he kisses her on the cheek.
Jody and Sam summon Chronos.

7.12 Time After Time

Sheriff Mills calls Sam and Dean about some suspicious deaths in Canton, Ohio, and asks them to investigate. Dean disappears, sent backward in time, so Jody meets up with Sam to help. She brings along the contents of Bobby's storage locker, and sorts through it with Sam. They find and drink a bottle of whiskey that Rufus gave Bobby after losing a bet. Jody is able to use her sheriff status to pull strings during their investigation. The two of them discover that Dean was pulled back in time by Chronos, and that at some point Chronos attacks and tries to kill Dean. Jody finds a spell to summon Chronos in Bobby's notes, but they must summon him at the exact time he has a hold on Dean or Dean will be trapped in the past. After learning the time from Lila Taylor, they summon Chronos at the instant when he has his hands on Dean, successfully bringing Dean back to the present. Jody goes to help the collapsed Dean while Sam kills Chronos who proclaims that the future is covered in thick black ooze.

Jody on the brink of death...

8.23 Sacrifice

Jody goes on a date with Crowley going under his ostensible human birth name of Roderick. The two get along great and Crowley claims to have lost someone special too, reminding Jody of the deaths of her son and husband, and she starts to cry. Jody goes to the bathroom to calm down, but finds a hex bag and falls under a spell Crowley casts that causes her to choke on her own blood. Sam and Dean call Crowley and demand he stop and he offers them a deal, using the little time Jody has left to force the issue. The deal is that they stop the trials to close the Gates of Hell and give him the demon tablet, he will stop killing Jody and everyone else they've ever saved. Dean agrees on the condition they trade the angel tablet for the demon tablet and Crowley agrees if they say "I surrender." As Sam and Dean are shown meeting with Crowley to finalize the deal, it appears that Crowley spared Jody at the last second.

Jody kills the goddess Vesta.

9.08 Rock and a Hard Place

Investigating mysterious disappearances in Hartford, South Dakota, Jody calls in Sam and Dean because there is unnatural strength and flashes of weird light involved. Jody introduces Sam and Dean to the only witness who they question about what he saw. Jody tells them that the victims are all virgins and part of a church chastity group. When Sam returns to the motel room, he and Jody realize that all of the victims are not virgins but are actually people who have broken their chastity vow so they are not dealing with dragons like Sam and Dean had thought. After failing to reach Dean where he is at the apartment of Suzy Lee, Sam and Jody investigate to find the apartment a mess and the two gone. Searching for possible culprits, Jody finds Vesta, Roman goddess of the hearth who buries alive virgins who don't keep their promise. Sam gets a call from Dean, but it cuts out quickly, but he has Jody look up train schedules after hearing a train whistle in the background. Figuring out that Dean must be at an old farm from the timing of the only train going by the area, Sam and Jody head out to get the blood of a virgin for an oak stake to kill Vesta. When the virgin, Tammy, refuses and threatens to call the cops, Jody punches her in the nose then collects some blood on a tissue, telling her she is the cops. Jody and Sam investigate the barn on the old farm and Sam calls Jody over after finding an old fallout shelter where Dean and the victims are. Sam is knocked out by Vesta who confronts Jody. Jody reveals her knowledge of Vesta's true nature and taunts her about her actions. As Vesta ties her to a table, Jody tries to kill her with the stake, but Vesta overpowers her and tries to kill her with it. Sam saves Jody, but she is still non-fatally stabbed. As Vesta is distracted with Sam, Jody stabs her from behind with the stake, killing her. She and Sam then go to rescue Dean and the other victims only for Dean to break free and ask them what he missed. Later, with her arm in a sling, Jody says goodbye to Sam and Dean and thanks them for their help.

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