While searching for Kevin, again, Charlie joins up with Sam and Dean as they track down a creature that's been liquefying its victims. Plus, a new side of Charlie is revealed.

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The trials weakened Sam wearisomely, so after a shooting range test, Dean grounds him to recover. When their hacker acquaintance Charlie Bradbury arrives to report weird killings, Dean grudgingly allows her to come along and clumsily play FBI agent with him, but they can't get passed the stickler coroner and Sam turns up on his own. They figure out it's the work of a blue jinn, whom they find working in the system, and not alone. The only way to counter its feeding on victims' fear is entering dreams, which Sam does with Charlie. Written by KGF Vissers

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When Charlie is in the elevator she tells Dean "come with me if you want to live". This line is said in every film in the Terminator series and Charlie is carrying the same gun favored by Sarah Connor. See more »

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After Charlie impresses Dean with her shooting skills she almost points the pistol's muzzle at Dean's belly, a violation of basic firearms safety which would have earned a rebuke from Dean. See more »

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Dean Winchester: [Seeing Sam after just getting up with a serious case of bed head] I'm tellin' you, give me 5 minutes with some clippers, and...
Sam Winchester: Oh, shut up.
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References Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) See more »

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Very emotional
25 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of the best episodes in a while now. I enjoyed the emotional and comical content and it reminded me more of the Sam and Dean I fell in love with in previous seasons. I also would love to see more in the future of their brotherhood growing stronger, as it seems to have fallen apart more in this season and even in last season.I enjoyed the emphasis on letting go in this episode, which is very therapeutic to most people. I look forward to Charlie developing more as a character in the future. I believe she will be a great asset to the show. I really look forward to seeing more of her and the Winchester brothers possibly in later episodes and I would have never guessed that Charlie would have developed into such a supporting character.


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