Supernatural (2005– )
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The British Invasion 

Sam and Dean get a lead on Kelly Kline's whereabouts. Mick drops by the bunker unexpectedly and decides to join the hunt.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Crowley (as Mark A. Sheppard)
Luke Seybold ...
Dr. Turner


Sam and Dean get a lead on Kelly Kline's whereabouts. Mick drops by the bunker unexpectedly and decides to join the hunt.

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6 April 2017 (USA)  »

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When Mary and Arthur Ketch are talking Mary is in the bathroom talking to a mirror reflection of Ketch who is clearly visible in the mirror. However when we hear Ketch talk we speak his lips do not move in his mirror image. There is no audio for his mirror reflection. See more »


Dean Winchester: I gotta hand it to Mick. Man, you get him started, that guy can drink. I mean, we can drink, but he's got, like, the "Can Drink" gold medal.
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Codes are meant to be broken
7 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

Another decent episode in the series so far. This episode acted more like a filler and set up for bigger story lines later in the season. It was nice to see Eileen, the first deaf hunter in the show. Clearly hunters come in all forms. In the devil's den, Lucifer, even though in chains, managed to convince his followers and us at home who the real king of hell was. There would be 'hell to pay' for anyone who abandons him. He eagerly awaits the birth of a son. Humorous moments included Castiel's voicemail where he asks you to literally make your the voice the mail, supernatural blends comedy and drama effortlessly.

The focus was more on the British Men of Letters and the importance of their code. We see a young Mick Davies having to choose the code over his best friend and kill him. The organization with its brutal rules and focus on efficiency and extermination has some echoes of Nazism. On the other side we see a sense of reasoning prevailing with the Winchesters who have more than once tackled tricky situations. Sadly Mick was killed for disobedience, just when the Winchesters were trusting the blighter. We are shown the true and dark nature of the British men of letters. Mary will have to pick a side now as she can't have her cake and eat it too.

The upcoming birth of the devil's son, Lucifer's plans and of course the hit now on the Winchesters by the British Men of Letters will shape up for some exciting last episodes of the season.

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