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Heaven and Hell 

Dean and Sam figure out why Castiel and his superior/handler, Uriel the Angel of Death, want Anna Milton dead when the three of them are forced to go on the run, not only from heavenly and ... See full summary »

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Dean and Sam figure out why Castiel and his superior/handler, Uriel the Angel of Death, want Anna Milton dead when the three of them are forced to go on the run, not only from heavenly and vengeful angels, but from Alastair and his demon minions who also try to track down Sam, Dean, and Anna. With the assistance from the now-blind soothsayer, Pamela Barnes, they discover that 'Anna' is a fallen (former) angel and needs to seek her grace wings before the forces of both Heaven and Hell find them. Written by Anonymous

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This is the first episode that mentions Angel's grace. See more »

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Ruby: [at Dean's chuckle] What?
Dean Winchester: Nothing. It's just, an angel and a demon riding in the back seat. It's like the setup to a bad joke. Or a Penthouse forum letter.
Sam Winchester: Dude, reality. Porn.
Dean Winchester: You call this reality?
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References Angels in the Outfield (1951) See more »

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disappointing...
11 May 2009 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

after a wonderful couple of years, the gloss is wearing off. keeping mythology accurate is important when telling stories (don't even get me started on 'merlin'!!), so the 'reinterpretations' of religious stories bothers me. bluntly put - heaven and hell could have been much, much better. ideally, if a storyline is based on religious tales (regardless of the faith in question) then those tales should be represented faithfully, without losing the details. i think this is what the previous writer means by 'facts'. if writers wish to use the scenarios of heaven and hell and angels and daemons within a predominantly Christian context, then these should be kept to.


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