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Dean and Sam are captured by Meg who wants to know Crowley's hideout. Sam proposes to show where Crowley is provided she gets his soul back. The Winchester brothers ask the reluctant Samuel who has made a deal with Crowley to have his daughter Mary back but he finally points out the spot. Dean and Sam break into an old prison with Castiel, Meg and two other demons to seek out Crowley, but they are betrayed by Samuel. Castiel escapes, but Sam and Dean are arrested and Meg is tortured by Christian. Will that be the end of the quest of the Winchester brothers for Sam's soul? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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The djinn that is locked up at Crowley's hideout asks Sam and Dean to help her. This is the same djinn (Played by Laura Mennell) that was after Sam and Dean, and eventually escaped from them, in season 6 episode 1. See more »

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Compositing Error: When Crowley and the "Crowley" Shifter are together, the Shifter spits in Crowley's face. But when the spit nears his face it suddenly vanishes, nothing hits his face. Then the shot changes directions, to show the spit hitting Crowley in the face. See more »

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Crowley: Castiel. Haven't seen you all season. You the calvary now?
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References Blade Runner (1982) See more »

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Bye, Bye, Crowley
25 November 2012 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Dean and Sam are captured by Meg that wants to know Crowley's hideout. Sam proposes to show where Crowley is provided she gets his soul back. The Winchester brothers asks the reluctant Samuel that has made a deal with Crowley to have his daughter Mary back but he finally points out the spot.

Dean and Sam break in an old prison with Castiel, Meg and two other demons to seek out Crowley, but they are betrayed by Samuel. Castiel escapes, but Sam and Dean are arrested and Meg is tortured by Christian. Will that be the end of the quest of the Winchester brothers for Sam's soul?

"Caged Heat" is the end of hope of using Crowley to retrieve Sam's soul that might be damaged in Hell by Lucifer. Meg returns and she is excellent in this episode. The weird Samuel betrays his grandsons and Dean promises to kill him. Let's see what happens. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Fogo Enjaulado" ("Caged Fire")


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