Supernatural: Season 5, Episode 2

Good God, Y'All (17 Sep. 2009)

TV Episode  -   -  Drama | Fantasy | Horror
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An old friend of Bobby's calls, panicked about demons attacking his town. Sam and Dean arrive and everything appears exactly as they had expected. As time progresses they realize there is more than they bargained for.

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Sam and Dean are visiting Bobby, who is catatonic after learning that he will be paraplegic, and Castiel comes to his room. Bobby asks Castiel to heal him, but the angel tells that he lost his powers and he needs Dean's amulet to locate God. Bobby receives a phone call from Rufus asking to help since he is in River Pass, Colorado, under siege of demons. The Winchester brother heads to the small town and they meet Ellen, who tells that her daughter Jo is missing and the town is crowded of demon. Sooner Sam and Dean discover that there are no demons in River Pass, but the people are under the spell of War, who is one of The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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When asked if these problems come from space, Dean comments that this "is not X-Files." Actor Steven Williams (Rufus) is best known for playing Mr. X in The X-Files (1993). See more »

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After Sam and Dean's talk at the end, Sam starts to get up and swings his right leg over the bench. When Dean starts talking again, Sam stops, responds, then swings his right leg over the bench again as he continues getting up. See more »

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Castiel: I don't have much time, we need to talk.
Dean Winchester: Okay.
Castiel: Your plan, to kill Lucifer.
Dean Winchester: Yeah, you wanna help?
Castiel: No. It's foolish. It can't be done.
Dean Winchester: Oh, well thanks for the support.
Castiel: But I believe I have the solution. There is someone besides Michael, strong enough to take on Lucifer. Strong enough to stop the Apocalypse.
Sam Winchester: Who's that?
Castiel: The one who resurrected me and put you on that airplane. The one who began everything. God.
[pause, the brothers look at him in disbelief]
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The Horsemen of the Apocalypse War
12 December 2011 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Sam and Dean are visiting Bobby, who is catatonic after learning that he will be paraplegic, and Castiel comes to his room. Bobby asks Castiel to heal him, but the angel tells that he lost his powers and he needs Dean's amulet to locate God.

Bobby receives a phone call from Rufus asking to help since he is in River Pass, Colorado, under siege of demons. The Winchester brother heads to the small town and they meet Ellen, who tells that her daughter Jo is missing and the town is crowded of demon. Sooner Sam and Dean discover that there are no demons in River Pass, but the people are under the spell of War, who is one of The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

"Good God, Y'All" is an excellent episode of "Supernatural", with the reunion of Ellen and Jo with Sam and Dean. Titus Welliver is hilarious in his double role of Roger and War. Bobby is crippled and Sam still has demon's desire for blood and is not healed. Will Dean hunt demons without his brother and tutor in this season? My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "Good God, Y'All"


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