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Sympathy for the Devil 

In the aftermath of the Devil rising, Sam and Dean are whisked away and they are given a message from Chuck Shurley that Castiel is dead and that Luficer walks the Earth. As a result, Sam ... See full summary »



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In the aftermath of the Devil rising, Sam and Dean are whisked away and they are given a message from Chuck Shurley that Castiel is dead and that Luficer walks the Earth. As a result, Sam and Dean turn to Bobby for help to find a mystical weapon, called Michael's Sword. This will enable them to find the Devil before he takes on a new form to bring the slow end of the world. But the Winchester brothers are pitted against the archangel Zachariah who has plans for Dean, as well as more demons. Sam and Dean recognise a demon, Meg, who has returned from Hell. Written by matt-282

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10 September 2009 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Becky has a sign reading "Winchester Boulevard" on her wall, despite the fact that a few short episodes ago Chuck stated that he never once used their surname in any of the novels. See more »


When Sam and Dean visit Chuck, the Angels arrive but Dean sends them back to Heaven. Dean was not out of shot long enough to create the sigil but he might have anticipated the angels may arrive and he created the sigil before they did. See more »


[the Winchesters have been told about the Sword of Michael]
Dean: You think we're talking about the actual sword from the actual archangel?
Bobby: You better friggin' hope so.
[opens a book to a Renaissance painting depicting a beautiful and feminine angelic warrior]
Bobby: That's Michael. Toughest son of a bitch they got.
Dean: You kidding me? Tough? That guy looks like Cate Blanchett.
Bobby: Well, I wouldn't want to meet him in a dark alley, believe me. He commands the heavenly host. During the last big dust-up upstairs, he's ...
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References Apocalypse Now (1979) See more »


Written by Angus Young and Malcolm Young
Performed by AC/DC
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Hey! Some props to Becky, please!
26 May 2013 | by See all my reviews

I agree with most of the other 4 reviews, especially that Mark Pellegrino did get the funniest line when he was speaking to Satan in the form of his dead wife (see other review), and yes it was smart the way he was introduced. And the "new" Meg did speak oddly, which I guess was an acting choice (but a poor one).

However,none of the 4 reviews before this one mentioned the always excellent Emily Perkins as Sam-crazed Becky. Come on, Supernatural fans, Emily Perkins is a hoot every time she shows up! She might not have had as much screen time as in the other two episodes she was in, but she made the most of her time.

The initial scene on computer screens with Chuck was cute, but the best was when she met Sam and kept touching his chest. (Sam: "Becky, could you please stop touching me?" Becky: "No." :-) ) Emily Perkins is in my opinion a much-underused actress. Ever since her days as teen hooker Sue on the best police drama ever, DaVinci's Inquest, she has been a great favourite of mine. And no, I don't know her nor am I related to her! LOL But seriously, she brings a lot to Becky and to every role she takes on. I hope we see more of her on Supernatural and elsewhere.

All in all, this was a very good ep. B+, at least.

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