While driving through the road, Dean and Sam stop for the night in a remote four-star hotel. Soon they learn that Kali, Baldur, Odin and other pagan gods have kidnapped the guests to eat ... See full summary »

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While driving through the road, Dean and Sam stop for the night in a remote four-star hotel. Soon they learn that Kali, Baldur, Odin and other pagan gods have kidnapped the guests to eat them as well as Dean and Sam to summon Lucifer and avoid the Apocalypse. Out of the blue, Gabriel arrives in the spot to warn Kali and the other gods that Lucifer will destroy them; however, it is too late since Lucifer has just arrived in the hotel. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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While addressing the gods, Dean says: "Alright you primitive screwheads, listen up!" This is a direct quote from the 1992 Sam Raimi film Army of Darkness, the third installment of the Evil Dead series. See more »

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At the beginning of the episode, Mercury is quoted telling Sam and Dean the hotel has the "best pie in the tri-state area". A tri-state area is a city located in 3 states. Muncie, Indiana, where this episode takes place, is located in the middle of the state, approximately 1 hour from the nearest other state (Ohio) See more »

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Odin: Your beliefs are so much more realistic? The whole world's getting carried around on the back of a giant turtle?
Zao Shen: [in Chinese] Don't mock my world turtle!
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References The Bodyguard (1992) See more »

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for those of you disappointed
27 May 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Even in the episode it was mentioned that the Pagangods were weakened because not many people believed in them anymore. But even an atheist would have thoughts about the devil. Everyone knows who he is and that gives him power so the fact that he was able to defeat them so easily doesn't make the gods weak, it just meant that he had more people believing in him that made him stronger. Just think about it though, because before I even watched this I didn't even know who Odin or Kali were. I didn't even know about Loki until I saw this episode and if I didn't know, just think about anyone else who probably watched it and had no clue. But the devil? Everyone could recall who he is even if they hadn't read the bible.


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