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LARP and the Real Girl 

When two LARPers turn up dead, Sam and Dean investigate the fictional world of Moondoor, where they find a familiar face.



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Episode cast overview:
Gerry / Boltar the Furious
Sheriff Jake Miller
Lance Jacobsen
Ed Nelson
Charlie's sparring partner
Lady Elf
Maria / Gholandria the Wicked
Shadow Orc in Stocks
Max Hilby / Shadow King
Theo Wiersma ...
Shadow Orc


Countryside Sheriff Jake Miller finds a suspicious corpse which the 'FBI' brothers decide to investigate. The victim is a participant in a fantasy role play (LARP) which takes to the field most weekends. They find old acquaintance Charlie now 'Gilda' has made a new life there and is Queen of one of the four parties. Sam investigates and finds several other victims in earlier suspicious accidents while Dean goes undercover as her bodyguard. Indeed the killer strikes again and proves supernatural. Written by KGF Vissers

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Release Date:

23 January 2013 (USA)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


When Sam goes into the tech tent the game Dragon Age II can be seen on a number of computer screens. Felicia Day's character in DA:II can be seen on one of the screens. See more »


Gerry: [At a meeting to exchange a shadow ork for Charlie] Greetings, heretics.
Max Hilby: You should kneel before me, cur.
Dean Winchester: [Getting impatient] Alright. Why don't you let me...
Gerry: Silence!
[to the Shadow King]
Gerry: Now. Before we exchange, a few announcements.
[He and the Shadow King step toward each other and break character]
Gerry: There is a peewee league soccer playoff game tomorrow on the alpha field. We don't want to freak out the mundane, so we gotta move the battle of Kingdoms to the beta...
Dean Winchester: [...]
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Crazy Credits

The episode ends with the following dedication which appears to have been recited by Robert Singer: This episode is dedicated to the men, women, elves, demigods, magi, druids and chamber pot servants who gave their lives fighting and winning for the Queen of Moons in the battle of Kingdoms. Go bravely into the next world, fallen soldiers. See more »


References Beverly Hills Cop (1984) See more »


End Credits Theme
Written by Jay Gruska
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Fun episode with sense of zest
20 August 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

In between the more angst-ridden episodes in the recent seasons of Supernatural, this episode comes as a breath of fresh air.

One begins to see how well Sam and Dean work together when the different emotional and relationship problems are firmly placed outside their own friendship and concern for each other.

The setting is fun and ties into the fantasy fan worlds and fans of the series. The story is funny and frantic, containing a couple of gory deaths and the welcome return of an old friend who complements the two brothers. It's great to see Sam and Dean entering into the spirit of the adventure in more ways than one.

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