Sam and Dean come across a mysterious man that dies once every day.

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Shane / Prometheus
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The Winchesters come face to face with the gods! More than the angels and demons they've faced of late, the gods of Greek legend will appear when Sam and Dean investigate a mysterious case involving an amnesiac man with an unusual habit of dying. Written by Craig Sharp

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In the episode they reference "zombies" a lot, the guy's name that keeps on dying is Shane. Shane is a character from the popular tv show The Walking Dead - a show about zombies. See more »

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The boys (and credits) call Jack a Montana State Trooper, but he drives a car marked Sheriff and his uniform also says Sheriff, so he is in fact a Deputy Sheriff. See more »

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Sam Winchester: So you know who this is, Dean, walking us to our death?
Dean Winchester: Don't know. Don't care.
Sam Winchester: It's *our* God, Artemis - the goddess of hunters.
Dean Winchester: Oh, that's fascinating.
Sam Winchester: See, she's who we'd pray to for courage when hunting the Gorgon or the Minotaur. Of course, she's not really worship worthy anymore, uh, having lost a step and all.
Artemis: [slams them against a wall] The hell I have.
Dean Winchester: Really Sam? Trash-talking a God? Seriously?
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References The Bourne Identity (2002) See more »

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Swan Song of Prometheus
21 August 2013 | by (Czech Republic) – See all my reviews

This episode turned out to be one of the most boring episodes of Supernatural. The plot about man who is dying every day is weird (sometimes the eagle comes, sometimes not - why?) - obviously they totally forgot the part of the Prometheus' myth, when Heracles saved him..and in the end of the myth, Heracles is forced to wear a ring with the stone from the Caucasus Mountains.

The story with Prometheus'son is just stupid. Everything goes really fast, we don't have much time to empathize with the kid, Hayley or Artemis. Boom - titans - boom - Zeus - boom - spell - boom - bones and fulgurite - boom- trapped Zeus - boom - Artemis loves Prometheus? - boom - the end ;)

I can clearly say that if everyone (except the brothers of course) died in the episode, it would be OK with me, because I wasn't curious at all.

Best things? The actor who played Zeus had a lot of charisma and if he played some demon it could have been great.

Dean prays to Cas to watch over Sam.


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