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What's Up, Tiger Mommy? 

After saving Kevin's mother from demons, Sam, Dean, and Kevin go after the Word of God which is being auctioned off by Plutus, the god of greed.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Crowley (as Mark A. Sheppard)
Beau (as Jonathan Lloyd Walker)
Mr. Vili
Samandriel / Alfie
Rachel Aberle ...
Wayne Charles Baker ...
Jerry (as Wayne Baker)
Purgatory Monster


So close but so far. Dean and Sam have the chance to get their hands on the tablet that contains the word of god. The only problem is, they have to win it in an auction. And Crowley tries to outbid them. Meanwhile they are accompanied by Kevin's mother who doesn't let her boy out of her sight. Written by Roman

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Release Date:

10 October 2012 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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(Mr.)Vili is a Norse god and brother of Odin/uncle to Thor. Vile and Odin, together with their other brother Vé, slew the frost giant Ymir. "Mr. Vili" retrieves Ymir's severed finger from the safe deposit box and trades it (along with a partial virgin) for the Hammer of Thor: Mjölnir. In Marvel comics lore,"no living being may lift the hammer unless they are worthy." Sam easily lifts Mjölnir; smites the henchman(Beau) along with Mr. Vili; proving he is worthy. See more »


Dean Winchester: [He's just picked the lock and opened the door to a room looking for the tablet. He finds two goons in there. He puts a huge grin on his face and looks around] This isn't the men's room.
[the goons just stare at him. Dean looks at the tablet then backs out]
Dean Winchester: Okay.
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References Mommie Dearest (1981) See more »


End Credits Theme
Written by Jay Gruska
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18 November 2012 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

Really like this episode, more like from seasons 4 and 5 but with a twist. Glad the story line is back on track with getting rid of demons. I wasn't really keen on the Leviathans which seemed to be more of a side story. Now there's direction with this season and hope it leads to an Angel vs Demon finale. I'd like Sam and Dean to retire with a life they deserve. Good to see an Asian Mom portrayed with lots of character and not run-of- the-mill. Crowley is in fine form as usual. Hope that the volatile relationship between Sam and Dean would not drone on as this is getting really tired. I miss the fun they used to have and simply enjoy each other's company more. There weren't any quirky episodes from the last season. So it would be great to have at least 1 in this season like Changing Channels in season 5.

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