Supernatural: Season 6, Episode 22

The Man Who Knew Too Much (20 May 2011)

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Sam wanders with amnesia and chased by the police. While he tries to remember who he is, Dean and Bobby watch Sam that is in coma lying on a bed in Bobby's safe house. Dean and Bobby drive ... See full summary »

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Sam wanders with amnesia and chased by the police. While he tries to remember who he is, Dean and Bobby watch Sam that is in coma lying on a bed in Bobby's safe house. Dean and Bobby drive to the location where Castiel is; however, Crowley arrives with his new partner Raphael and requests the blood of the Purgatory woman to open the gate. Meanwhile Sam wakes-up and heads to meet Dean and Bobby. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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When Sam is running in the woods, the gun in his hand keeps disappearing and reappearing. See more »

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Castiel: I'm not an angel anymore. I'm your new God. A better one. So you will bow down and profess your love unto me, your Lord... or I shall destroy you.
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References The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) See more »

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Power Corrupts
26 December 2012 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Sam wanders with amnesia and chased by the police. While he tries to remember who he is, Dean and Bobby watch Sam that is in coma lying on a bed in Bobby's safe house.

Dean and Bobby drive to the location where Castiel is; however, Crowley arrives with his new partner Gabriel and requests the blood of the Demon from the Purgatory to open the gate. Meanwhile Sam wakes-up and heads to meet Dean and Bobby.

The overrated and disappointing "The Man Who Knew Too Much" spends too much time with the inner journey of Sam. The way that Castiel lures Gabriel and Crowley is too naive and predictable. The good part is the very end, with Castiel corrupted by the power he has achieved. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "O Homem que Sabia Demais" ("The Man Who Knew Too Much")


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