Sam and Dean catch up with the Trickster, who sends them through a dizzying montage of TV show parodies, inviting them to play along with their "roles" or be stuck in "TV Land" forever. But... See full summary »

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Sam and Dean catch up with the Trickster, who sends them through a dizzying montage of TV show parodies, inviting them to play along with their "roles" or be stuck in "TV Land" forever. But once Castiel shows up, the boys get an idea as to what the Trickster might be hiding and eventually come up with a surprising answer. Written by sudokode

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Trivia

The opening credits share a font style with Full House. See more »

Goofs

The very first shot of the brothers getting out of the impala at the Old Mill shows that the car is dry. The car is then immediately seen covered in water droplets in a different camera angle. See more »

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Dean Winchester: No guts, no glory.
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Special opening credits in classic sitcom style, including a specially-written "theme song". See more »

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References Jaws (1975) See more »

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I Love to See You Happy
Written by Robbi Spencer
Performed by Robbi Spencer
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The best Supernatural parody!
5 November 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I love how Supernatural makes fun of other subjects, whether it makes parodies of classic monster movies, ghost reality-shows, and actual TV shows as shown here. This has got to be the best of all of the parodies Supernatural does. I love how it took a stab at Grey's Anatomy (the joke about ghosts in a hospital show was incredible) and crime shows like CSI. Above that, the opening segment of the sitcom was the funniest, because it was so unexpected. However, we do get some mythology subplots in here, and important information is revealed that makes the show seem to all fit in place. Incredible episode, best yet of the season!


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