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Dean and Sam are saved on the road from a demon attack by a group of citizens from Blue Earth, a small town in Minnesota. They discover that the pastor's daughter Leah Gideon has visions with the angels and tells them where the demons are. Their followers believe that the will live in Paradise on Earth after the Apocalypse. Sam calls Castiel and when he arrives, they discover the truth about Leah. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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The preacher's family name is Gideon. Gideons International is a large distributor of Bibles. See more »

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In the opening, when Dean and Sam are chased and caught by demons, the Impala's passenger window (Sam's side) gets smashed by a demon who tries to pull Sam out. When Sam and Dean follow Rob and his militia to their base, the Impala's window is intact when they park up behind the red truck. See more »

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Castiel: She rises when Lucifer walks the earth. "And she shall come, bearing false prophecy." This creature has the power to take a human's form, read minds. Book of Revelation calls her "the Whore of Babylon."
Dean Winchester: Well thats catchy.
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The Prophet, the Whore of Babylon and the Servant of Heaven
29 April 2012 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Dean and Sam a saved on the road from a demon attack by a group of citizens from Blue Earth, a small town in Minnesota. They discover that the pastor's daughter Leah Gideon has visions with the angels and tells them where the demons are. Their followers believe that the will live in Paradise on Earth after the Apocalypse. Sam calls Castiel and when he arrives, they discover the truth about Leah.

"99 Problems" is a good episode of Supernatural, with action, funny moments and dramatic conclusion. Let's see the option chosen by Dean in the next show. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "99 Problemas" ("99 Problems")


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