Sam tries to move on without his brother and becomes hardened and more reckless in the way he hunts. Bobby and his psychic friend Pamela try to contact the other side to find out more about Dean's ultimate fate.

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Dean suddenly returns from the grave and seeks answers to his return with Bobby's help. Sam, trying to move on, becomes more hardened and reckless with his hunts for demons and other supernatural beings. After being reunited, the Winchester brothers meet with with a psychic friend of Bobby's, named Pamela, where they try to contact the other side to learn more about what happened to Dean, while the demoness Ruby, now in another female body with the alias of Kristy, also appears to offer her assistance. Written by Anonymous

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A picture of Sid Vicious hangs above the fire mantle at the pychics house See more »

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After being confronted by Bobby, Dean tries to prove he is real by cutting his arm with a silver knife. Later, when trying to find out how he was brought back, he shows Bobby that it was powerful and dangerous magic by revealing the handprints on his arms, however, the cut he made earlier is not visible. See more »

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Bobby Singer: [On phone] Hello?
Dean Winchester: Bobby?
Bobby Singer: Yeah?
Dean Winchester: Its me.
Bobby Singer: Who's 'me'?
Dean Winchester: Dean.
Bobby Singer: [Bobby hangs up. Dean tries again] Who is this?
Dean Winchester: Bobby listen to me...
Bobby Singer: This ain't funny. Call again and I'll kill you.
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References High Noon (1952) See more »

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You Shook Me All Night Long
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The strong new beginning to Dean Winchester
9 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Lazarus Rising brings us back into the world of Supernatural, of course, with clever new scenarios under way.

Many wondered what the writers would have in store for Dean after the amazing finale to the third season. No worries, since this remains the best season opener of the first five years. From the moment that we see Dean crawling out of his grave, we know that we are in for a bigger season. The introduction to the new story lines involving a higher power is certainly to raise questions, but the writers are to be congratulated for risking it and finally bringing some religion-based faith into the show, what most supernatural-themed shows are afraid of. One can only predict what will happen in what is the show's strongest season.


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