After four suspicious suicides, Dean and Sam investigate the cases and they discover that the suicidal victims have heard painful truths before their final act. Their further investigation ... See full summary »

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After four suspicious suicides, Dean and Sam investigate the cases and they discover that the suicidal victims have heard painful truths before their final act. Their further investigation shows another death that might have been suicide. They visit the victim's sister and they discover that she had invoked Veritas, the Goddess of Truth, who feeds of the victims of the truth. Soon Dean becomes her next victim and he uses his fate to question Sam about what has happened after his return from Hell. But when Veritas captures the Winchester brothers, they hear truths about each other. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing But the Truth
18 November 2012 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

After four suspicious suicides, Dean and Sam investigate the cases and they discover that the suicidal victims have heard painful truths before their final act. Their further investigation shows another death that might have been suicide. They visit the victim's sister and they discover that she had invoked Veritas, the Goddess of Truth, who feeds of the victims of the truth. Soon Dean becomes her next victim and he uses his fate to question Sam about what has happened after his return from Hell. But when Veritas captures the Winchester brothers, they hear truths about each other.

"You Can't Handle the Truth" is an important episode that definitely shakes the relationship of Dean and Sam. The funny dialog of Dean and Bobby is the relief of this tense episode and the surprising conclusion is violent and unexpected. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Você não Aguenta a Verdade" ("You Can't Handle the Truth")


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