I was thinking about the Pilot episode the other day and I realized something. Okay, it's 2005, and it starts on Halloween. Sam and Jess go have drinks with friends and then Dean shows up later that night. (Halloween night). Sam mentions that he'll go with Dean but has to be back by Monday for his law school interview.
Next day, November 1st, Sam and Dean go to the bridge and talk to cops, do some research, and then later that night go back to bridge and Constance messes with the car. End of November 1st.
Next day, November 2nd, Dean and Sam go to motel, find John's room and journal. Dean gets arrested, Sam interviews Constance's husband. Later that night, Dean busts out, Sam gets attacked by woman in white, Dean shows up at house to rescue, and then they leave.
It's now the night of November 2nd. Dean says if they drive fast enough they could make it by morning and then Sam reminds him that he has his interview in like 10 hours, (Monday). So Dean takes him back to Stanford, and Jess dies. On November 2nd, of course.
The reason for the short review is because I'm making sure I've got the count of days and nights correct. The problem is that in 2005, Halloween was on a Monday, making November 1st on a Tuesday, and November 2nd on a Wednesday.
So the whole law school interview being on Monday, and the comment about it being in 10 hours doesn't add up with the '05 calendar. I guess it's just a little mistake in writing or whatever, it doesn't matter.
This doesn't make me love Supernatural any less, I think its just funny. An interesting observation in an observationally interesting way.
How do we no though it starts on Halloween, i mean yea they were at a halloween party but it dont make it halloween lol, most college party's tend to start on a friday which would fit in with the time line.
Your play by of the eppy though was awesome.