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Everybody Hates Hitler 

Sam and Dean go up against a group of Nazi necromancers.

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Rabbi Isaac Bass
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Aaron Bass
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Eckhart
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Torvald
Louis Holz ...
SS Soldier #1
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Ariel
Ryleigh Gillespie ...
Shannon
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During World War II, an SS officer survived the slaughter of his men and everyone around by a golem. Rabbi Isaac Bass self-ignites in a library fire after locating the Nazi diary, but managed to send a message to his naive grandson Aaron. Investigating the arson, the brothers themselves become targets of Neonazi necromancers, like Aaron, whom they protect, while his heritage summons the golem, without proper instructions. Written by KGF Vissers

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6 February 2013 (USA)  »

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During the scene when Sam flees from the Thule Society member, one of the books on the shelf as he runs down the aisle bears the Nazi Swastika. See more »

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Dean Winchester: [Walks up behind a man crouched behind some trees watching Sam] Hey, pal.
[the man slowly rises to at least a foot taller than Dean. Dean takes in the man's height and size, and his intimidating stance changes to one of conciliation. Dean gives him a shrug and small smile. Cut to a shot of Dean being thrown out of the trees to land several feet away against a car, smashing the window and crumbling to the ground]
Dean Winchester: Ahhhhhhh!
Sam Winchester: Dean?
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Family business
18 August 2013 | by (Czech Republic) – See all my reviews

Well, if there is a reason why to continue with Winchesters on their road, this episode is one of them. What an original idea to bring us to the time of WW2 and show us, that the fight against monsters really has its "tradition".

First of all we're taken to the Men of Letters "Bat-cave". This is very interesting part because it's something brand new for the brothers. As it's said, their home is Impala, but now it seems they found a real four-walls building to live. Dean enjoys it as much as he can, Sam is fascinated with the knowledge he could find there. The atmosphere (with the music played on gramophone) is beautiful.

The story about Thule and Judah Initiative is very thrilling, the Golem was really well-done, scary enough, scenes with "it" and Dean funny too.

This episode reminded me the old series with its fascinating atmosphere (I prefer the "reunited" brotherhood to the tension between brothers..) and attracted my attention with the great plot and originality!

The end brings the importance of "legacies" - Aaron and his choice to continue in the "family business" as well as our two hunters discovering the world of Men of Letters.

Strong episode overall!


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