Sam and Dean visit Chicago and find the city's underbelly is divided between powerful clans of monsters, including werewolves and shape-shifters.



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Sam and Dean visit Chicago and find the city's underbelly is divided between powerful clans of monsters, including werewolves and shape-shifters.

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Sean Faris plays a shapshifter in this episode but plays a vampire in The Vampire Diaries (2009), another extremely popular CW television series. See more »


David Lassiter: Violet's not picking up.
Sam Winchester: Wait, so this girl, she's a shifter, too?
David Lassiter: Werewolf.
Dean WinchesterEnnis Ross: [simultaneously] Awesome.
[They give each other a look]
Ennis Ross: If she has her cell, we could trace the signal.
Sam Winchester: Yeah, you might be right. Alright, what's her number?
David Lassiter: Take me with you, it's all yours.
Ennis Ross: No.
[Sam and Dean look at each other]
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References The Transformers (1984) See more »


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Composed by Jay Gruska
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What Were They Thinking!?
30 April 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This "spin-off" episode left a bad taste in my mouth. From the new characters to the weak story line, it all feels empty, forced, and amateur. All the Supernatural characters we've grown to love have always had a gritty edge that makes them believable. Now they're switching to overly attractive college aged, rich kids with blank stares? Sure, Sam and Dean are attractive, but they're much more than that. They are multidimensional, personable, and not afraid to get dirty. Bobby was a fan favorite for that very reason. Crowley, Cass, Garth, even Lucifer are examples of regular looking people that pack a punch. They each add to the story in a unique and organic way! I would take a character with heart and imperfections over some boring pretty boy with a score to settle any day.

Also, this episode forced Sam and Dean to break all their own rules. A shape-shifter riding in the back of the Impala without so much as a shakedown NEVER would have happened. EVER. If you recall, Dean wouldn't even let a dog ride in his car in season 8. A shape-shifter would have had a special place in the trunk. He probably would have a sore jaw as well.

This spin-off has come across as a weird excuse for a soap opera with comparable acting. The writing is juvenile (at best) with holes in the story that just don't add up. 5 monster families go unnoticed by Bobby, Cass, Rufus, Crowley, *and* Samual (the Grandfather). All these old, seasoned veterans/main players and they stayed under the radar? Hell no! Not to mention Dick Roman (the Leviathan). He would have known about them and used them as muscle! Chicago would have been the ultimate battle ground.

Bottom line is, I wouldn't have a problem with a spin-off if they changed 3 things: *Incorporate believable characters that are rough around the edges. *Stick to the rules of the game that YOU SET! *Don't leave holes in the story.

Samual Colt in the old west. He built the devil's trap around hell's gate! That would be a captivating story to follow!

If this is the spin-off that's set to come, you can count me out. It just feels like the writers are catering to teenage girls. Just my opinion...

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