Not sure he trusts himself, Sam decides to give up hunting and goes off on his own. But that night, a late-night visitor tells Sam that he won't let him off the hook that easily. Dean, ... See full summary »



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Katya Virshilas ...
Ed Welch ...
Peter Bryant ...
Deputy Walt Framingham


Not sure he trusts himself, Sam decides to give up hunting and goes off on his own. But that night, a late-night visitor tells Sam that he won't let him off the hook that easily. Dean, intent on stopping the Apocalypse, continues hunting on his own and teams up with Castiel to find the Archangel Raphael since Castiel believes Raphael knows the location of God's vessel on Earth. Written by Anonymous

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24 September 2009 (USA)  »

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While Sam is scrolling through his phone contacts Bobby and Chuck are listed, obviously Bobby Singer and prophet Chuck Shirley. Another name of note is Adam, most likely Adam Milligan, Sam and Dean's half-brother. See more »


Dean Winchester: [after the courtesan has run off angrily] What the hell did you do?
Castiel: I don't know. I just looked at her in the eyes and told her it wasn't her fault that her father Gene ran off. It was because he hated his job at the post office.
Dean Winchester: [slightly amused] Oh no, *man*.
Castiel: What?
Dean Winchester: This whole industry runs on absent fathers, it's, it's the natural order.
[bouncers appear at the end of the hall]
Dean Winchester: [grabbing Cas] We should go. C'mon.
[they run outside, Dean doubles over, laughing]
Castiel: What's so funny?
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References The Night Stalker (1972) See more »


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Disappointing Episode with Great Conclusion
24 December 2011 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Sam arrives in Garber, Oklahoma, and finds a simple job in a bar. He has a dream with Jessica and befriends his colleague Lindsey that notes that he is an educated man and presses him to tell who he really is.

Meanwhile Dean heads to Greely, Pennsylvania, to investigate a vampire in a hospital. Out of the blue, Cass appears in his room and tells that he needs to go to the Maine with Dean to hunt the archangel Raphael and find where God is.

After watching the news on television, Sam calls Bobby to tell him that something suspicious has happened in a city in Oklahoma. Sooner three hunters and friends of Bobby arrive in the bar and call Sam to help them. They are defeated by a demon that tells the secret about Sam and they try to force Sam to drink demon blood. Later Sam dreams with Jessica again and discovers a secret about Jessica.

"Free to Be You and Me" is a disappointing episode with great conclusion. Dean's attitude toward Sam is weird and the plot goes nowhere. The lines of Dean are very funny but idea of seeking out God is ridiculous. My vote is six.

Title (Brazil): "Livres para Voar!" ("Free to Fly!")

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