Supernatural: Season 7, Episode 6

Slash Fiction (28 Oct. 2011)

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Two Leviathans are impersonating Sam and Dean and going on a killing spree. Now, Sam and Dean are the most wanted criminals in the country.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Crowley (as Mark A. Sheppard)
Chet / Leviathan (as Sean Owen Roberts)
Frank Devereaux (as Kevin R. McNally)
Special Agent Morris
Special Agent Valente / Leviathan
Sheriff Osborne
Jason Edward Coleman ...
Cop #1 (as Jason Coleman)
Joseph Allan Sutherland ...
Cop #2 (as Joseph Sutherland)
Debbie Timuss ...


In Montana, Bobby is interrogating the leviathan Chet and trying to find a means to destroy him. Chet suggests Bobby, Dean and Sam to watch the news on the television and they discover that two leviathans have cloned the Winchester brothers and are going on a crime spree in the same sequence of the cases that the brothers worked. Further they are the second most wanted in the United States and there is a manhunt of the FBI due to the murders of their doppelgangers. Dean and Sam head to Ankeny, Iowa, and when they see the doppelgangers, Sheriff Osborne and his men arrest the Winchester brothers. Dean asks the sheriff to use his right of a phone call. Meanwhile, Sheriff Jody Mills visits Bobby that is still trying to destroy Chet. Out of the blue, a liquid drops on Chet arm and melts his flesh. Bobby finds Jody cleaning the floor with a sodium borate based detergent and he learns that decapitation associated to sodium borate can destroy the evil leviathans. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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This episode claims the best burger in St. Louis is at Connor's Diner. Many people in St. Louis claim the actual best burger is at O'Connell's Pub. See more »


When Sheriff Mills arrives at Bobby's she takes off a brown leather jacket, but at the end of the episode she puts on a completely different jacket before leaving. See more »


Crowley: I'll cut to the chase, Mr. Roman.
Richard Roman: Please. Dick.
Crowley: Dick, you and I control large interests that I feel strongly could meld, to the benefit of all.
Richard Roman: You think?
Crowley: I know. Straight talk, we should be friends, you and I.
Richard Roman: Why? Why in the world would we be?
Crowley: Well, I brought you here, Dick. I found the way to open the door to Purgatory.
Richard Roman: To steal every last soul, you mean. You and that angel friend of yours. Don't roofie me and call it romance.
Crowley: I think you've got me wrong.
Richard Roman: Now it's your turn to listen. I'd ...
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References Dirty Dancing (1987) See more »


All Out of Love
Written by Air Supply
[plays in the car while Dean silently sings along]
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detergents and demons
30 October 2011 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

First - i must say this one thing: God I missed Crowley! Out of all demons in all TV shows he is my favorite. (except for Damon Salvatore of course, but hey - he's a vamp so it doesn't count...)Nothing you can do about it - Crowley succeeds in a most impossible mission: making the king of hell a sympathetic character... and this is not an easy thing to do. I think it's the Scottish accent or just the scotch... Where was his bottle this time, BTW? And now seriously: it is symbolic that the only hope we get after six episode of unbeatable monsters is given to us by the two lowest things on earth: janitors and demons. A woman scrubbing the floor gives Bobby the solution he could have never find on his own (cause obviously he never cleans...), and Crowley turns on humans side in a blink of a Leviathan's eye... Oh - dear Mr. show creator: Please note that for us - audience, fans or whatever u call us

  • the old rain coat Dean pulled out of the lake couple of episodes ago

is no compensation to Castiel's absence. We want our angle back - and we want him now! So please tell god to do something about it. thank you.

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