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Time After Time 

After attacking Chronos, the time god, Dean is sent back to 1944.

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Cronos / Ethan Snider
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Ezra Moore
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Terry Cervantes
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Lester Young
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Sheriff Jody Mill calls Dean and Sam to tell them about strange cases of mummified victims in Canton, Ohio, and the Winchester brothers head to the town to interview a disbelieved witness. The teenager tells that he saw a man wearing overcoat and hat bend over his neighbor in an alley and turning him into a mummy. Dean and Sam investigate further and discover the stranger's name, Mr. Snider, and where he lives. They stalk him and when Mr. Snider is attacking another victim, Dean jumps over him and they vanish in a red light. Dean is sent back to 1944 and is arrested by the police, but Eliot Ness releases and teams-up with Dean to chase Mr. Snider, who is actually Chronus, the Time God. Meanwhile Sam and Jody are trying to find a means to bring Dean back to 2012. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Trivia

The date on Dean's letter to Sam has several other time travel movie/TV series connections:
  • It is the date that Marty McFly travels to in all three "Back to the Future" movies.


  • It is the date that H.G. Wells travels to (in 1979) in the film Time After Time (1979)


  • It is the birth date of the late Jon-Erik Hexum - who starred in Time Travel Series Voyagers! (1982).


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Jodi finds a bottle of Johnnie Walker Blue that Rufus had given Bobby from losing a bet. Jodi reads the note attached to it signed "R". She asks "Who's 'R'?" Sam replies "Rufus". Jodi seems to have no idea who that is but she helped get Rufus extradited so that he could help Bobby with getting his soul back. It was a huge favor she was doing that could have in her words "nuked her career". So it's hard to imagine that she wouldn't remember Rufus. See more »

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Sam Winchester: Well, there's a semi-functional bathroom and one un-rancid bedroom.
Dean Winchester: Describe "semi-functional," and do not use the words "hole in the floor."
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Crazy Credits

During the end credits, 40s style music is played. See more »

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References The Ed Sullivan Show (1948) See more »

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End Credits Theme
Written by Jay Gruska
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The Chicago Way
17 February 2013 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Sheriff Jody Mill calls Dean and Sam to tell them about strange cases of mummified victims in Canon, Ohio, and the Winchester brothers head to the town to interview a disbelieved witness. The teenager tells that he saw a man wearing overcoat and hat bend over his neighbor in an alley and turning him into a mummy.

Dean and Sam investigate further and discover the stranger's name, Mr. Snider, and where he lives. They stalk him and when Mr. Snider is attacking another victim, Dean jumps over him and they vanish in a red light.

Dean is sent back to 1944 and is arrested by the police, but Eliot Ness releases and teams-up with Dean to chase Mr. Snider, who is actually Chronus, the Time God. Meanwhile Sam and Jody are trying to find a means to bring Dean back to 2012.

"Time after Time" is one of the best episodes of Supernatural and maybe the best in this Seventh Season. The plot entwines adventures with humor, with great lines. Dean worshiping Eliot Ness, telling that he watched fifty times "The Untouchables" by Brian De Palma and interrogating the crook in the Chicago way is among the wittiest lines in this series. It would be good if the beautiful Sheriff Jody Mill teams-up with Dean and Sam, after the loss of Bobby. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "Time After Time"


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