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When a former hunter calls Sam and Dean for help from inside a mental institution, the brothers get themselves admitted as patients to check out his claims of supernatural phenomena. When their incarceration pushes them both to the breaking point their personal issues send them over the edge. Written by Anonymous

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As the episode ends, Dean says "let's get the hell out of here" and the boys get into the car and drive off. The car heads out down the road into the dark night and a strain of music plays very reminiscent of the Terminator 2 theme. (Which also plays in that movie as a car heads down a road in the dark). Terminator 2 also centres around a character who is placed in a mental institution because no one believes that what they are fighting is real. See more »

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[Sam is high on medication]
Dean Winchester: Hey.
Sam Winchester: [In a slurry voice] No. No... I'm not okay. I... I... I am *awesome*.
Dean Winchester: They give you something?
Sam Winchester: Oh... Oh, yeah. They gave me... *everything*! It's... It's... spectacu... lacular...
[Sam giggles]
Dean Winchester: [Shaking his head] You always were a happy drunk!
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There Is no Such Things as Monsters
22 February 2012 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Dean and Sam go to a psychiatric hospital in Oklahoma attending the request of a former hunter and they admitted as patients. They find that several patients have committed suicide and the responsible, Dr. Fuller, believes that all of them have come to the edge in their insanities.

Sooner the Winchester brothers discover that a Wraith that is vulnerable to silver is the responsible for the deaths and the only way to identify the monster is through the mirror that reflects the real appearance. However, Dean and Sam are attacked by the inner demons and they feel incapable to fight against the evil Wraith.

"Sam, Interrupted" is another episode out of the context of the Fifth Season, but I liked it a lot. The situation of Dean and Sam facing their own demons is interesting for those that follow the series. The conclusion with Dean and Sam fleeing the hospital without any consequences is weird. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Sam, Interrompido" ("Sam, Interrupted")


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