Everybody Loves a Clown – Eeek! Is that a clown behind me?!
Bloodlust – Sam think’s Dean’s new friend is a bad influence so he calls Ellen.
Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things – Sam spends the whole episode glued to Dean’s hip trying to get him to talk, and when he does…they both end up crying.
Simon Said – Oh noes! I thought I saved that guy!
Simon Said – You mean we didn’t save the lady at the gas station either?! *woe*
No Exit – Many phone calls, but Dean’s doing all the talking with Ellen and Jo.
The Usual Suspects – Not a cell phone, but I’m giving the coded message a slot here because I just think it’s cool.
Crossroad Blues – Sam meets a Hellhound, Dean meets a Crossroad Demon and they share information face to face.
Croatoan – Sam gets infected (or not), Dean is tired and they have a crushing heart-to-heart, face to face…no phones.
Hunted – See…we start using the phone again when Sam leaves – it’s kinda a trend.
Gordon takes Dean to Funkytown. I *heart* codewords!
Yay! I got Dean back….now, where’s Ava?
Playthings – The boys spend a weekend at the Overlook hotel and go antiquing, but don’t make any calls.
Nightshifter – hunting shapeshifters and on the phone – the boy can multitask!
Houses of the Holy – Working hip to hip doesn’t give much opportunity to give each other a call.
Born Under a Bad Sign – Meatsuits don’t need to make phone calls
Tall Tales – Once again, in each other’s pockets…no need to pick up the phone. Idjits.
Road Kill – Ghosts don't need cell phones
Heart – Sam’s got more important things to do than pick up the phone!
No Dean, I don’t need any suggestions…
Hollywood Babylon – Dean makes a helluva PA, but Sam puts the camera phone to good use!
Fulsome Prison Blues – Technically they each get one call…
All Hell Breaks Loose – Sadly, there’s no cell phone reception in BFNowhere