After following a history of disappearances in Hibbing, Minnesota, Sam finds himself locked in a cage and Dean must team up with a by the book sheriff to find him......before the hunt begins.

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After hearing in 'smallville' Hibbing, while masquerading as Minnesota state police, a boy's story about a monster probably was inspired by a Godzilla movie, Sam points out the county was marked by dad as suspicious and has the state's highest ratio of disappearances, but Dean just wants to relax, at least till the morning, until Sam disappears on the parking lot. Dean teams up with local police woman Kathleen, who even after finding out they impersonated cops decides not to arrest him before Sam is found, because her own brother also disappeared years earlier. Their search reaches the large, lonely house where a sinister human family keeps Sam and others in cages, and their intentions at least are monstrous... Written by KGF Vissers

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14 February 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When looking at Dean's physical description it says he's 6'4" (same height as Sam) even though Jensen Ackles is only 6'1". See more »

Goofs

When Officer Kathleen is accessing Sam and Dean's records on the County's Police Records database, the heights of both brothers are listed as 6'4". This is incorrect as Dean is several inches shorter than Sam. Jensen Ackles is actually 6'1"-6'2". See more »

Quotes

[as Sam tries to pull a metal cable down from above his cage]
Alvin Jenkins: Why don't you give it up Sammy, there's no way out!
Sam Winchester: [straining] Don't... call me... Sammy!
[the cable comes loose, something falls into Sam's cage]
Alvin Jenkins: What is it?
Sam Winchester: It's a bracket.
Alvin Jenkins: [sarcastic] Oh thank God, a bracket, now we got 'em, huh?
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References Mothra vs. Godzilla (1964) See more »

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Rocky Mountain Way
Written by Joe Walsh, Joe Vitale, Rocke Grace and Kenny Passarelli
Performed by Joe Walsh
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The tension of a real crime film
9 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Benders is a key element to the series, simply because it reminded the audience how frightening humans can be and how similar they are to the daily monsters shown in the series.

The episode has some very terrifying villains, and it has the direction and cinematography look to that of a real crime/thriller film. It is punchy and not afraid to show the real nature of what people like this can do, and in that respect it reminded me of Rob Zombie's brilliant The Devil's Rejects. Anywways, one of the season's best and sure to please all of Supernatural's fans, even when, there is nothing supernatural about the situation.


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