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3.06 Red Sky at Morning

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|imdb= [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1032138/ Red Sky at Morning]
|download= [http://itunes.apple.com/us/tv-season/red-sky-at-morning/id265096577?i=268299147 iTunes], [http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000YKHI10 Amazon.com]
|outline= [[Sam ]] and [[Dean ]] investigate deaths connected to the sighting of a ghost ship.|motw= [[Death Omen]]<BRbr>[[Vengeful Spirits|Vengeful Spirit]]
|location= Sea Pines, Massachusetts
|timeline= Immediately after events of 3.05 Bedtime Stories
A woman, Sheila Case, is jogging when she glimpses the apparition of a ship in the harbor. Later, while she showers, a figure appears, and she dies, of drowning.
[[Dean ]] confronts [[Sam ]] about having killed the [[Crossroads Demoncrossroads demon]], a fact he deduced due to a bullet being missing from the [[the Colt]], angry that Sam put himself in danger. Sam is unapologetic.
The boys visit [[Gertrude Case]], Sheila’s aunt, inquiring about the circumstances of her death. They are surprised when Gert, who is obviously attracted to Sam, suggests Sheila may have seen a [[Ghost Shipghost ship]], and asks if they are working the case with “Alex”“Alex.
Outside Dean panics when the [[Impala]] is missing, until [[Bela]] appears and admits she had it towed. She tells them she scams old women by selling them fake charms and doing seances for them. She says that she, calling herself "Alex,", had convinced Gert that she had solved her niece’s murder, but after the boys showed up Gert is withholding her payment.
That night a man dies, again by drowning at home. Sam and Dean speak to his brother, Peter, and find out that they both saw a Ghost Ship while night diving. They try to protect Peter, but that night he too is visited by the [[Sailor’s Ghost]] and drowned.
Bela turns up at the house where the Winchester's are squatting with information – the Ghost Ship ghost ship is the [[Espírito Santo]], and it is a [[death Omenomen]]. The [[ghost ]] is that of a sailor who was hung for treason. His hand was removed after death to make a [[Hand of Glory]], and Bela suggests they need to retrieve and salt and burn it in order to vanquish the spirit.
Gert obtains invitations for Sam, Dean and Bela to a function at the Maritime Museum where the Hand of Glory, is kept. While Sam keeps Gert, and her wandering hands, busy, Dean and Bela steal the Hand of Glory.
* [[Sailor’s Ghost]]
* Sheila Case (Gert’s niece)
* Peter Warren and his brother
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'''Bela:''' Really, Sam, I'd expect the attitude from him (''nodding toward Dean)''. But you?<br>
'''Sam:''' ''([indignant)]'' You shot me!<br>
'''Bela:''' ''(to Sam)'' I barely grazed you. ''(to Dean)'' Cute, but a bit of a drama queen, yeah?}}
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'''Bela:''' You know, when this is over, we should really have angry sex.<br>
'''Dean:''' Don't objectify me.<br>}}
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'''Sam:''' I don’t want you to worry about me, Dean. I want you to worry about you. I want you to give a crap that you're dying! So that's it? Nothing else to say for you?<br>
'''Dean:''' I think maybe I'll play craps.<br>}} 
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[[Eric Kripke]] cited this episode as one of his least favorite of the series in interviews and to fans on the picket line during the writer's strike. The [[prophet]] [[Chuck]] disparages it in [[4.18 The Monster at the End of This Book]].}}
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'''Sam:''' It’s not your birthday...Happy Purim?
:''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purim Purim] is a Jewish holiday which commemorates when the Jewish people living in Persia were saved from extermination.''}}
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A [[Hand of Glory]] appears in the "''Harry Potter" '' books, as well as the "''Sandman" '' comic by Neil Gaiman and his novel "Neverwhere". One also appeared in the TV series [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dresden_Files_(TV_series) The Dresden Files] in the episode [http://www.scifi.com/dresden/episodes/episodes.php?seas=1&ep=0106&act=1 Walls].}}
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'''Gert:''' This will get their tongues wagging, eh, my Adonis.<br>
'''Dean:''' Screw you.<br>
'''Bela:''' Very Oscar Wilde.<br>
:''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_wilde Oscar Wilde] was a famous 19th century writer, renowned for his witticisms. He spent two years doing hard labour in prison because of his homosexuality. Notable is also the "new cussing" that's going on in this episode. Twice the term "screw you,", a milder form of "fuck you,", is uttered, ; and several times Sam or Dean use the word "crap.". (New regulations for cussing on primetime TV were released in June of this year2007.)''<sup>([http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=56061 Source])</sup>}}
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'''Sam:''' Tell me I didn't get groped all night by Mrs (sic) Havisham for nothing.
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{{TriviaQuote |Text=The [[Hand of Glory]] is kept in Room 235 at the Sea Pines Maritime Museum established in 1892.}}
{{TriviaQuote |Text= Sam and Dean squat in a house rather than stay in a motel for this episode. We also saw them squat in the season one episode [[1.08 Bugs (episode)|1.08 Bugs]].}}{{TriviaQuote |Text=During Sam's invocation, he recites some names, one of which sounds like "castiel.". [http://community.livejournal.com/spn_castiel/491207.html Fans have speculated] on whether this is a reference, intentional or not, to [[Castiel]].}}
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