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Sam Winchester / Shapeshifter
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Dean Winchester / Shapeshifter
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Samuel Campbell / Shapeshifter
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Mrs. Cooper
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When four families are killed and their babies are missing, Sam finds that a security company may be involved in the case and summons Dean to help him to bring the baby of a fifth slaughtered family to Samuel. However they are chased by a powerful shape shifter that wants the baby and they discover that the baby is a new breed. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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The title of the episode is a clear reference to the CBS sitcom of the same name, which follows a rich uncle who takes in his brother and nephew and the mishaps that follow. See more »

Goofs

When the shapeshifter posing as Samuel is shot by the Campbells with tranquilizers, his back is to the camera and he is obviously wearing some sort of thick vest underneath his shirt that the darts are embedded in. This vest can also be seen when he turns in profile and somehow ejects the darts out of his back. See more »

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Lisa Braeden: No offence, but if you dont leave, I will shoot you.
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References The Cosby Show (1984) See more »

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Dirty Weekend
Written by Jim Blake
Performed by Jim Blake
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It's A Complicated Life
2 October 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After really liking Exile on Main Street, but at the same time very skeptical of how the show was going to go, Two and a Half Men proved that the show is once again going for another great season.

The episode was a strong stand-alone, with a strong monster story arc. there were some very funny moments as well. But the real brilliance of the episode came from it's ability to mix in the real conflicts that Dean is dealing with. He certainly does not trust his grandfather, or anyone else that he is supposed to be loyal to. He also is stuck in a very difficult scenario. What does he do? Does he leave his family behind, but yet repeat what his father did to him and Sam? Or does he leave them? Lisa has been such a caring, gentle, and very developed character so far, the perfect woman for Dean. But she knows that he has to make a decision, and she knows that given the decision that she chooses for him might lead to their relationship's demise. It is such a complicated life.

We are supposed to know that Samuel has something that he is hiding, but whether Sam knows about it or not is yet to be revealed. Dean also had doubts in Sam, to a point of even asking him if he used the baby as bait to catch the shape-shifter. Overall, the episode was brilliant!


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