Supernatural (2005– )
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The Monster at the End of This Book 

An author has been writing books about Sam and Dean since 2005. Sam and Dean try to figure out how he knows so much about them.

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Storyline

Sam and Dean investigate a reclusive young author, named Chuck Shurley, who has written a series of books and graphic novels about their adventures since starting out back in 2005, and try to find an explanation why he knows so much about their lives, while trying to find out what lies in store for them when he has a vision about a meeting with the evil Lilith. Written by Anonymous

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Trivia

The diner Dean and Sam eat at is called Kripke's Hollow Diner - named for the series creator. See more »

Goofs

A village would never have one way out (unless maybe it was on an island). There would always be ways in or out just in case of emergencies like an out bridge. See more »

Quotes

Dean Winchester: Behave yourself, would you. No homework. Watch some porn.
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Crazy Credits

Instead of the usual opening title sequence, the episode opens with a montage of the Supernatural book illustrations and the front cover of the first book. See more »

Connections

References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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End Credits Theme
Composed by Jay Gruska
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If someone is ever allowed to do something like this...
3 April 2009 | by See all my reviews

then these people are. You could say *thank you* to your fans in million ways. But this was maybe the best one to do it. It couldn't be more funny, amazingly well written, twisted, and still to be taken more seriously. Just about last week I was commenting with a friend of mine- and what if the screenplay writers are checking on all the theories on what's going to happen on the net... what if some of these things we're going through in our minds in every SN-free day happens, like, for real...

and just about then they all happen, and I could be lip- synchronizing- *but hey, I didn't even write this stuff down!!* whatever, I don't get any hopes high for the final episode- now I just happen to KNOW that ANYTHING is possible.

thank you for that.


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