Supernatural (2005– )
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The Real Ghostbusters 

Dean and Sam are at a Supernatural convention where they meet lots of fans of the Supernatural Books. After a while they get the impression that something is not right at the location of the convention.

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Becky Rosen
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Leticia Gore
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LARP Maid (as Kayla Doerksen)
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Storyline

Sam and Dean are tricked into attending a Supernatural convention by their super-fan Becky Rosen where the brothers are are in for a shock when many of the fans are dressed up like them. But things turn serious when they are forced to look for and destroy a ghost who haunts the very country hotel they are at with the help of their creator Chuck Shurley. Written by matt-282

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Trivia

This episode is the first mention of Crowley. See more »

Goofs

It is previously mentioned that if anything threatens a prophet that an Archangel will destroy the threat, yet Chuck who is a prophet spends the whole episode in a building haunted by murderous spirits and the archangel does not protect him or destroy the ghosts. See more »

Quotes

Chuck Shurley: Uh no, there's really no such thing as a Croatoan virus for...
[points to abdomen]
Chuck Shurley: down there, um...
Chuck Shurley: You really should see a doctor.
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Connections

References MacGyver (1985) See more »

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Whiskey
Written by Paul Addington (as Swank), Phil Addington (as Swank), Doug Liddle (as Swank), Kirk Douglas (as Swank) and Spencer McKinnon (as Swank)
Performed by Paul Addington (as Swank), Phil Addington (as Swank), Doug Liddle (as Swank), Kirk Douglas (as Swank) and Spencer McKinnon (as Swank)
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That's why I like Supernatural so much
15 November 2009 | by See all my reviews

I actually liked this episode. It was both innovative and old fashioned, as it gave up a glance to the old hunts we've been used in the first seasons. Only a show like Supernatural could put its main characters into a convention of the show itself! I figure this episode as a sort of "direct line" with the authors, with them telling the watchers their point of view, as a way to express their concern about the show developing the best way.

The thing I like the most about Supernatural is that I've never felt the urge to make things go in a different way, just like writing fan fiction, I never sensed I would be able to develop better the plot if I were an author; I really like the story and I don't think that if the show is really going to end next year, they will ever jump the shark!


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