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What Is and What Should Never Be 

Dean gets attacked by a Djinn, a creature capable of warping reality. The next things he knows he's in Lawrence, Kansas, in a stable relationship with a woman named Carmen, his mother is ... See full summary »

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Dean gets attacked by a Djinn, a creature capable of warping reality. The next things he knows he's in Lawrence, Kansas, in a stable relationship with a woman named Carmen, his mother is alive and well, and he and Sam are no longer on speaking terms. When the idea of a peaceful existence begins to settle in, visions of his previous life as a hunter start appearing out of nowhere. Written by Derfel85

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3 May 2007 (USA)  »

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This is the first time the Impala is seen with Ohio license plates instead of Kansas plates. Sam explains this was done due to their fugitive status. See more »

Goofs

In the alternate universe Dean still has the Impala. This would not have happened since in Supernatural: In the Beginning Dean as an adult time-traveled and convinced his dad to buy the Impala instead of a VW van. Since that had not taken place in this universe, his dad would have bought the van instead of the Impala. See more »

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College Professor: Son have you been drinking?
Dean Winchester: Everybody keeps asking me that but no.
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References I Dream of Jeannie (1965) See more »

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Spiegel im Spiegel
Written by Arvo Pärt
Performed by Christopher Lennertz
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splendidly done
18 February 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This was a solid example of truly brilliant writing, acting and the magic that can happen when all the pieces fit. Almost all other reviews mention Jensen's heart-wrenching acting and I must concur. He's very good at what he does. Near the end when Dean must chose I was in tears. It was evident what his choice would be but I could FEEL his pain. Most of season 2 seemed to build up to just how much Dean and Sam have been through and how much they are giving up by doing what they know they are meant to do. To see an episode like this seems at first to be cruel but Sam says it best... "it's all worth it". Indeed it is! This = favourite episode. Just WOW!


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