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The French Mistake 

To protect Sam and Dean from a surprise attack from Raphael, Balthazar sends them both into an alternate universe where their lives are a TV show called Supernatural (2005).

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Sam Winchester / Himself
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Dean Winchester / Himself
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Castiel / Himself
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Robert Singer
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Herself
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Virgil
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Eric Kripke
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Kevin Parks
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Jim Michaels
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Clif Kosterman
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Serge Ladouceur
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Sera Gamble (voice)
Lou Bollo ...
Lou Bollo
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Balthazar meets Dean and Sam and tells that Raphael and the other angels are hunting them down and he sends the brothers to an alternate Vancouver in a parallel universe. The Winchester brothers learn that in this Vancouver, they are actors of a TV show called "Supernatural" and Sam is married with Ruby, actually the actress Genevieve Nicole Cortese Padalecki. When they make a spell to return to their universe, they also discover that magic does not work in this universe. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Trivia

In the last scene in the "meta world" in Bobby's house Dean suggests Sam wouldn't be that broken up if they got stuck in the "meta world", which Sam denies and Dean responds "Well, I'm just saying. No hell below us, above us only sky." Here Dean is quoting a line in the John Lennon song "Imagine." See more »

Goofs

Misha's shirt collar alternates from over his coat lapel to tucked under in different camera angles during his first meeting with the brothers. See more »

Quotes

Eric Kripke: Bob, dude, what the hell, right?
Robert Singer: Eric, thanks for coming.
Eric Kripke: Of course.
Robert Singer: I know you're busy. It means a lot that we can still, you know, call on you.
Eric Kripke: I know. Misha, right?
Robert Singer: Oh, I know, I know. it's just awful.
Eric Kripke: Totally. Totally awful, yeah. Hey, it got us the front page of Variety, though, did you see that?
Robert Singer: Front page. Really?
Eric Kripke: Yeah.
Robert Singer: But tragic.
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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End Credits Theme
Written by Jay Gruska
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The French Mistake! I love that they make a Mel Brooks reference
25 June 2014 | by (Czech Republic) – See all my reviews

right in the title! And if you remember Blazing Saddles and its ending, you'll see how it's an accurate title for this hilarious episode. It's a walk through the mirror into another mirror etc etc. I don't want to spoil anything for y'all but please remember, TV about TV is usually lots of tongue in cheek and this is no different. If you've watched any of the Supernatural series, this episode will have you in stitches. There are cheeky references to the actors, producers, tvland, and the whole schmooze fest of it all. Seeing the characters attempt to get their heads around it was worth a chuckle. As someone also mentioned, watching the actors *try* to act was super. I guffawed through the whole scene and had to rewind. I hope you enjoy this meta universe as much as I did!


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