Here they are arriving in Indiana. Amongst the cars on the road, the Impala is one of very few of the cars driving without her headlights on. This might be because she's old enough not to have automatic daytime running lamps unlike more recent cars.
They go investigate a construction site and later to a house to do an interview. The shots at the house look lovely with bright sun.
When they do a close-in series of shots with the boys talking over the car roof, their reflections show on the shiny paint.
Sam fakes a breakdown to have a cover while Dean searches the home of Mrs. stark. Fakes the car having a breakdown, not Sam for the time being.
Later, they leave and we get a shot of raindrops on the roof.
The boys go do a stakeout and call Bobby and this section has some nice film of the boys through the windshield with light and trees reflected around them.
From here, they do a couple of less than subtle stakeouts. They actually do a lot of sitting in the car during this episode.
Just ignore this classic car hanging out in your neighborhood where you haven't seen it before.
I like that Dean thinks the ducking is going to help make them less noticeable. I doubt that Sam can do too much ducking anyhow.
When all is said and done, they have helped to save the Stark's marriage and left them standing even though they've killed people just to get at each other during their fighting. A lot different from Amy killing to keep her kid alive. Just saying. In return, Mr. Stark bags them a leviathan who they load in the backseat.
From there, they have another talk over the roof of the car. This one leaves Sam totally frustrated. And water is wet.
Then off to Bobby's. I like the red lights warning of trouble to come.
So, lots of Impala in this episode and some nice camera work to put reflections to good use.