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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Sam Winchester
... Dean Winchester
... Ruby
... Bobby Singer
... Richie
... Casey
... Father Gil
... Trotter
Gavin Buhr ... Trotter's Bodyguard
Dean Paul Gibson ... Bartender
... Prostitute (as Julia Anderson)
... Andy Johnson
Gregory Bennett ... Officer
Todd Curran ... John
... Reggie


The Winchester boys head to Ohio to research several deaths in a small town, where sin has taken a firm foothold on the population; prostitution, adultery, alcohol abuse, murder, and suicide are all prevalent in the once quiet town. Dean has a revealing conversation with a demon possessed woman. The demon Ruby assists Bobby in restoring the Colt to it's demon-killing grandeur. Written by Anonymous

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25 October 2007 (USA)  »

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Sam calls Dean "Hef" when he wishes there was demonic activity in South Beach, referring to Hugh Hefner, founder of Playboy. See more »


When Bobby is test firing "The Colt" at a target, it is seen hitting too low and he is adjusting the sights. The notch on the hammer in the cocked position is the rear sight on such a weapon. Bobby's adjustment is filing the notch deeper. Lowering the rear sight causes a gun to fire even lower. A weapons expert like Bobby would know this. See more »


Casey: Kind of funny, don't you think? You and me sitting here like a couple of regular folk.
Dean Winchester: Yeah, it's hilarious. You know, in that apocalyptic sort of way.
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References Sin City (2005) See more »


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How Corrupt the Human Race Is
16 August 2009 | by See all my reviews

When Dean and Sam read in the newspaper about two mysterious suicides in Elizabethtown, Ohio, they head to the town to investigate the deaths. They meet Father Gil that tells them that both men were exemplar citizens that changed their behaviors a couple of months ago. The Winchester brothers discover a corrupt town with prostitution, gamble and alcohol abuse leaded by the former president of Rotary Club called Trotter; they also meet in the hotel the clumsy hunter Ritchie. Meanwhile Bobby is trying to fix the Colt and Ruby visits him and offers her support to fix the weapon. When Dean dates the bartender Casey, he discovers that a war of demons is in progress after the opening of the devil's gate.

"Sin City" is another engaging episode of the Third Season of Supernatural. In this show it is clear that there are different factions of demons in war and how corrupt the human race is. Casey has just suggested the idea of corruption to Trotter and the result is a dirty sin city in a former quiet place. The reaction of Sam, when he finds that Trotter is not possessed, is of great disappointment. One of the funniest moments in this show is the reference to Dick Cheney, the Vice- President of George Bush government. There are again beautiful actresses in the cast of this good episode. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Cidade do Pecado" ("Sin City")

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