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My Bloody Valentine 

A couple of days before Valentines Day, two valentines devour each other. On the next day, two lovers commit suicide. Dean and Sam investigate the murders and summon Castiel to help them. ... See full summary »

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A couple of days before Valentines Day, two valentines devour each other. On the next day, two lovers commit suicide. Dean and Sam investigate the murders and summon Castiel to help them. Castiel tells that the responsible is a cupid that has gone nuts. The angel brings the cupid and they conclude that he is innocent. When Sam feels hunger for demon blood, they discover that the local population has been attacked by Famine, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Sam and Dean use the names 'Cliff' and 'Marley', after Jimmy Cliff and Bob Marley. See more »

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Castiel refers to Cupid as a "cherub, third-class". Cupid is a figure of classical mythology completely unrelated to the cherubim, who are high-ranking angels in the Abrahamic religions (Christian, Jewish and Islamic). Likewise, Dean's description of him as "the little flying fat kid in diapers" refers not to a cherub, which looks like nothing of the sort, but a putto. See more »

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Famine: Oh, America, all you can eat, all the time. Consume, consume... And yet, you're all still starving, because hunger doesn't just come from the body, it comes from the soul.
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Gore and Funny
9 April 2012 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

A couple of days before the Valentine Day, two valentines devour each other. On the next day, two lovers commit suicide. Dean and Sam investigate the murders and summon Castiel to help them. Castiel tells that the responsible is a cupid that has gone nuts. The angel brings the cupid and they conclude that he is innocent.

When Sam feels hunger for demon blood, they discover that the local population has been attacked by Famine, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

"My Bloody Valentine" is a gore and funny episode of Supernatural. The beginning with the valentines devouring each other is gore; the cupid is funny; but I did not see the association of the two lovers that commit suicide with Famine. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Amores Sangrentos" ("Bloody Loves")


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