Writers: Eric Charmelo & Nicole Snyder
Director: Tim Andrew
Sam and Dean work with Sheriff Donna Hanscum to find out why unrelated people are committing murder while wearing masks that won't come off.
For this episode: 3 humans and 1 ghost.
For the series so far = At least 1185 humans (of which 13 were witches), 1119 angels, 182 demons, 69 vampires, 52 ghosts, 36 Jefferson Starships, 22 gods, 19 zombies, 12 werewolves, 10 hellhounds, 7 shapeshifters, 7 skinwalkers, 6 changelings, 5 djinn, 5 reapers, 4 dogs, 4 ghouls, 4 Leviathan, 3 Khan Worms, 2 Amazons, 2 arachnes, 2 kitsunes, 2 rugarus, 2 Thule, 2 vetalas, 1 cat, 1 crocotta, Death, 1 deer, 1 dragon, 1 fairy, 1 familiar, 1 lamia, the Mother of All, 1 nachzehrer, 1 okami, 1 phoenix, 1 pishtaco, 1 Purgatory creature, 1 rakshasa, 1 rawhead, 1 shojo, 1 shtriga, 1 siren, 1 Titan, 1 wendigo, 1 whore of Babylon, 1 wicked witch, and 1 wraith.
- Asshole Victim: The two men who got killed both accused a man of child molestation for no real reason at all, turned his sister against him, and killed him in an accidental but predictable manner.
- Killer Rabbit: The first possessed killer has the appearance of one.
- Mistaken for Pedophile: Chester unfortunately fell victim to the #1 job hazard of working with kids while having a penis.Chester: I've never hurt your kids! Or anyone's kids! I love kids!
Stan: Yeah, we know!
- Monster Clown: The old man who kills the coach is dressed as a creepy clown, which of course ties into one of Sam's deep fears.
- My God, What Have I Done?: Rita blames herself for her brother's death, since she's afraid for her son and assumed the worse when she should have trusted Chester.
- Oh, Crap!: The two men who accidentally dropped Chester.
- One of the Kids: Chester. He always got along with children better than adults, which led to accusations of child molestation.
- One Steve Limit: Played with. Donna's new love interest Doug shares name and profession with her ex-husband. The similarities trouble her at first.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: After Chesters accidental death at the hands of the two locals who thought that his love for entertaining children was far worse than that, he comes back to settle the score, in the form of gruesomely murdering both of them, and nearly killing his sister for giving his location up to the two men in fear of him actually being a pedophile before hes finally put to rest.
- Samus Is a Girl: The person in the harlequin costume.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Donna, concerning Doug who shares the same first name as her ex-husband.
- Uncomfortable Elevator Moment: Sam has one in a hospital elevator (complete with soft musak) with a clown holding a blood-covered scalpel.
- Villainous Harlequin: The football team's mascot.
- White Mask of Doom: The football team's mascot wears a white mask, and she makes the first attempt on the coach's life.