Gordon Walker is out of prison and out for blood, Sam's blood, and pays Bela to reveal their location. Meanwhile, the Winchesters are hot on the trail of a vampire named Dixon, who in turn has a beef with Gordon.

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Gordon Walker escapes from prison and meets Bela, trying to find the location of the Winchester brothers, more specifically Sam that he believes is the Antichrist. The mercenary Bela negotiates a rare mojo bag that Gordon possesses and betrays the brothers. Meanwhile Dean and Sam chase the vampire, Lucy, following her track of three victims. Dean lures and captures her trying to find the location of her nest. However, she surprisingly tells him that she was in the Spider Club when she was approached by a dealer called Dixon who offered her a new drug. Dean tells Lucy that she drank vampire blood and beheads her. Dean and Sam head to the club, where they see a man going to an alley with a blonde girl. When they fight with him, Gordon and Kubrick appear out of the blue and shoot them. They succeed in escaping but Gordon is captured by Dixon who recognizes him and turns Gordon into a vampire. Gordon feeds off an innocent victim and then he kills his partner that wanted to stop him. The ... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Trivia

Mercedes McNabb also played a vampire on the series Angel (1999) the spinoff of another show she was on, Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997). See more »

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About 4 minutes in, Dean cuts his arm open. The blade starts bleeding before it ever touches his arm. See more »

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Sam Winchester: You know man, I'm sick and tired of your old stupid kamikazee trick.
Dean Winchester: Whoa whoa whoa. Kamikazee? I'm more like a ninja.
Sam Winchester: That's not funny.
Dean Winchester: It's a little Funny.
Sam Winchester: No it's not.
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Seven Minutes In Heaven
Written by Ryan Franks, Scott Nickoley, Jamie Dunlap and David Feldstein
Performed by David Feldstein
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Nice script, as usual, but... somethings wrong
8 June 2008 | by (Slovakia) – See all my reviews

Well, there's just one thing i would like to comment about this one. OK,well done, gory, nice plot, as usual. I liked it as every episode. With the time, i come to realize the history about the Winchesters is still to recover, as still new and new shocking information arise. But, isn't it strange Dean got bit in the neck by Gordon, who has become a vampire, and thats no deal for the older Winchester? Because as always told, once your blood got in contact in vampires blood, you are infected. So? Isn't it strange? There is clearly to see that Dean has been bitten, its obvious. I do not understand that, maybe someone would make arguments like "Oh, but he wasn't biting him too long and deep" etc. Thats a goof, i think. Anywas, i adore the show:)


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