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All Hell Breaks Loose: Part 2 

Dean hits an emotional rock bottom after a devastating personal loss. The Yellow Eyed Demon begins a calculated strategic move to unleash the armies of hell.

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Dean goes to the crossroad in Greenwood, Mississippi, and summons the demon for a deal to bring Sam back. Having luckily survived the fire in the roadhouse, Ellen finds the Winchester brothers and Bobby, and delivers the documents Ash left in the safe. They find that Samuel Colt built a huge Devil's Trap in Wyoming which guards a gate to hell, while the Yellow-Eyed Demon gives the Colt to Jake to open the gate. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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This is the first season finale to feature the song "Carry On Wayward Son" by Kansas. It was previously used over the original montage of 1.21 "Salvation" (though on Netflix that particular instance of the song's usage had to be replaced due to licensing issues). The song has gone on to be used at the beginning of every season finale since then, and has come to be regarded by fans as an unofficial theme song for the show. See more »

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When Dean is kissing the crossroads demon to sell his soul, from one angle Dean's head is tilted to his left. Then in the next angle, even though its the same kiss, his head it tilted to his right. See more »

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Bobby Singer: Oh no.
Ellen Harvelle: Bobby, what is it?
Bobby Singer: It's hell.
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References Animal House (1978) See more »

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Brilliant!! I couldn't have asked for better!!!!!!!!!
20 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I wondered how in the world the writers could satisfy fans after the devastating cliffhanger in All Hell Breaks Loose, Part 1. I was thrilled to find that they were more than capable of continuing the story of the Winchester brothers in a marvelous way. This episode once again calls into the raw emotions of Dean in a truly touching and brilliant performance by Jensen. It also provides a new look into what Sam feels in regards to the relationship between the two brothers (excellent acting from Jared as well. The many guest stars provided wonderful dynamics, and the episode is one that will doubtless be loved by many. It satisfies the need for closure of season 2 while keeping viewers hungry for season 3. I can't wait for more; in the mean time, I'll happily watch this episode over and over.


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