Dean assists the vampire, Benny, who helped him escape from Purgatory. together they go after the nest lead by the vampire that bit Benny. Sam thinks back to his life before Dean returned.

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Given Sam's having taken a year off to have a normal life, Dean is furious to be scolded for wanting to take a few days off to settle some personal business. Hiding the nature of his business from Sam, Dean goes to assist Benny, the vampire who helped him escape purgatory. The two head back to bayou country to go after Benny's vampire nemesis Quentin, who still holds Benny's true love, Andrea. Benny tries to save Andrea while Dean attempts to eradicate the nest In the meantime. Sam spends time thinking about the life he had while Dean was in Purgatory. Written by KGF Vissers

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Benny asks his maker "You know what Socrates said about life unconsidered?" Socrates said the unconsidered life is not worth living. See more »

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Castiel: Well, I think we're clear for the moment. It does present a curious curl in the metaphysics, doesn't it? If you murder a monster in monster heaven, where does it go?
Benny: And this is the crazy aunt I want to take on the road?
Castiel: I am not your aunt.
Benny: What? Really?
Castiel: I have no possible relationship with your sibling offspring.
Benny: Now you're kidding me.
Dean Winchester: Oh, you two are killing me.
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References A Wild Hare (1940) See more »

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In the Hall of the Mountain King
from Peer Gynt, Suite No. 1, Op. 46
Composed by Edvard Grieg
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So far, Definitely The Best Episode of Season 8
31 October 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

What can I say, the episode has everything: romance, bromance, drama, and action thrills to get your blood pumping. The episode had everything that originally hooked me to Supernatural. This episode is more like the Supernatural I have grown to love.

What worked: -Loved the flashbacks to purgatory -Benny is awesome and very bad ass -A few good laughs

What did not work: -How can Dean sneak up on vampires if they can hear a human's beating heart blocks away? It doesn't make sense in light of previous episodes.

Still a 10/10!

Awesome! Awesome! Awesome! Go Supernatural!


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