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When colleague hunter Bobby Singer arrives, the Winchester brothers tell him alternative versions, each incriminating the other, of their weird experiences in a university where improbable stories happened. Professor Cox made a fatal fall when seduced by a non-student girl, a frat's pledge-master reportedly suffered extreme hazing after an alien abduction, a research assistant's arm was eaten alive by a sewer alligator. Sam lost his computer, Dean his car. Bobby concludes it's the work of a trickster demon. The brothers have a single suspect, who puts on a grand final fight of wit and temptation. Written by KGF Vissers

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This episode received its own special article at weeklyworldnews.com. Oddly, the article explains one thing that goes unmentioned in the episode itself: the stakes used to kill a Trickster must be dipped in the blood of one of its victims. See more »

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In the recap, when Dean turns the car on with the music loud and the wipers going, the song that is playing is different than the song that is in Hell House. See more »

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Sam Winchester: [trying to apologize] Um, I just want to say that I'm, uh, um...
Dean Winchester: Hey. Me too.
Bobby Singer: You guys are breaking my heart, could we please just leave?
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Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe
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The Trickster
16 July 2008 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Sam and Dean are upset with each other and they call Bobby to help them in their investigation in the campus of the Crawford Hall College. When the professor of Ethics and Morality falls from the window of his room, they discover that an urban legend tells that the place has been haunted for thirty years by a student. Then, a pledge master claims that he has been abducted and abused by aliens and a research scientist is eaten by an alligator in the sewers. Bobby advises that all of these supernatural events are actually the work of a Trickster that has the power to make real whatever he wants.

I found "Tall Tales' not funny, and actually a little boring. The disagreement of Dean and Sam, telling different versions of the same story, is annoying. The conclusion is the greatest part of this below average show. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Exagerado" ("Exxagerated")


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