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Dog Dean Afternoon 

When the only witness to a couple of mysterious murders is a dog, Dean performs a risky spell to help him communicate with canines.

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Yorkie (voice)
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Chef Leo
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Colonel the Dog (voice)
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Olivia Camrose
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Dylan Camrose
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Dave Stephens
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Brad the Clerk
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Max Alexander
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When the only witness to a couple of mysterious murders is a dog, Dean performs a risky spell to help him communicate with canines.

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5 November 2013 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Dean says "rut roh" when he and Sam figure out that Dean's a dog. He is quoting the 1970's TV cartoon character Scooby Doo. See more »

Quotes

Chef Leo: [to Sam] Oh, screw the sharktopus. You're my main course.
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References Game of Thrones (2011) See more »

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Composed by Jay Gruska
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One of the most funny episodes EVER!
5 April 2016 | by (Michigan, USA) – See all my reviews

SPOILER!!!

Dog Dean Afternoon is an episode that die hard Supernatural fans return to again and again for a good laugh. Poor Dean, having only a dog as a witness to a strange murder, finds out through lore that there is a spell that could make him able to communicate with dogs. It turns it he also takes on some doggy "traits." It's hilarious and suspenseful as only Supernatural can do.

You won't regret watching this episode, as I read in another review.

You'll laugh your head off at Dean's dog traits, that he doesn't really realize he is doing, and Sam, as usual, tolerating his nutty brother.


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