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There's Something About Mary 

Sam and Dean are alarmed when they learn hunters are being killed by suspicious "accidents" all over the country. They decide it is best to find Mary and make sure she's safe. Meanwhile, ... See full summary »



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Crowley (as Mark A. Sheppard)
Lucifer's Demon
Ian Edwards ...
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Sam and Dean are alarmed when they learn hunters are being killed by suspicious "accidents" all over the country. They decide it is best to find Mary and make sure she's safe. Meanwhile, Toni is back in the states and she and Mary face off. Written by The CW

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11 May 2017 (USA)  »

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Title is named after There's Something About Mary (1998). See more »


Dean walks out and down the stairs from the Lebanon, KS 66952 Post Office and out to Sam, where you can see many multi-story buildings in the background. The real Lebanon, KS is a small farming community with few buildings which are two-story. The only structures higher are grain storage silos. The real Lebanon Post Office has a red brick face and is ground level. See more »


Mary Winchester: Kill me. All my life all I ever had, other than my family, was my will. And it's going away. I'm putting people in danger, I'm putting my sons in danger.
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References There's Something About Mary (1998) See more »


End Credits & Mo' Guitar Grit
Written by Jay Gruska
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Not bad, another setup for the season finale
12 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

Not a bad episode, I was hoping for more. The last two episodes were superior in quality. This was more a setup episode to pave the way for a big season finale. We saw the Winchesters face off against the Men of Letters who sadly are resourceful and have the manpower. The British Men of Letters clearly showed us how the fine line between them and the evil they hunt is blurred. Crowley and them seem to have an arrangement for them to coexist. Not a lot happened that couldn't be conveyed in the first half. It was sad to see Mary in such a vulnerable state and a slave to the Men of Letters. Meanwhile Lucifer has broken off his lock and killed Crowley's vessel to take control of Hell once again.

One criticism I have is they need to solidify the lines between Crowley or Hell and the Winchesters. Lucifer said it perfectly when he said Crowley was cozy with them and the show needs a strong antagonist like they had in earlier seasons. Remember when Sam and Dean had difficulty with both Heaven and Hell during the apocalypse season? This uncertainty on all sides makes for great viewing.

Having said that this was still a decent episode on its own even if it was a setup episode. The show was building up in the last two episodes so this filler episode acted to spoil the shows momentum. We wanted to see more intense episodes that would explode in the season finale and we so that was the issue with this episode. I am surprised by the ratings this episode has received, at one point it had strong ratings and then had a huge drop. Over 200 people at this point have given it a 1 which shows maybe this episode polarized people but one can never tell. I hope the viewership is aware that Crowley is not dead, it was clear his soul is in a rat and he will return most likely to his original vessel. Lucifer is also back in action so the Winchesters have their hands full so things are not all bad and still shaping up to be interesting.

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