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Hammer of the Gods 

Dean and Sam, in the midst of a long drive, stop for the night in a remote four-star hotel. Soon they learn that Kali, Baldur, Odin and other pagan gods have kidnapped the guests to eat ... See full summary »


Rick Bota


Eric Kripke (created by), Andrew Dabb (teleplay by) | 2 more credits »

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Episode cast overview:
Jared Padalecki ... Sam Winchester
Jensen Ackles ... Dean Winchester
Richard Speight Jr. ... Gabriel
Mark Pellegrino ... Lucifer
Matt Frewer ... Pestilence
Adam Croasdell ... Baldur
Rekha Sharma ... Kali
John Emmet Tracy ... Mercury
Keith Dallas Keith Dallas ... Ganesh (as Keith Blackman Dallas)
Duncan Fraser ... Odin
King Lau ... Zao Shen
William J. Phillips William J. Phillips ... Convenience Store Clerk (as William Phillips)
Brian Calvert ... Security Guard
Patrick Bahrich Patrick Bahrich ... Hotel Guest
Sarah Porchetta ... Casa Erotica Woman


Dean and Sam, in the midst of a long drive, stop for the night in a remote four-star hotel. Soon they learn that Kali, Baldur, Odin and other pagan gods have kidnapped the guests to eat them. Dean and Sam realize they are also trapped and being used as bargaining chips in an effort to stop the Apocalypse. Out of the blue, Gabriel arrives to warn Kali and the other gods that Lucifer will destroy them; however, it is too late since Lucifer has just arrived in the hotel. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Release Date:

22 April 2010 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


The title is taken from the Led Zeppelin song "Immigrant Song." See more »


When Lucifer arrives at the Elysian Fields motel and kills many of the pagan gods in the hallway, one of the supposedly dead characters blinks (lower left-hand corner of the screen after Lucifer breaks a god's arm and the camera pans out and Lucifer walks down the hallway). See more »


Baldur: You think you own the planet? What gives you the right?
Lucifer: No one gives us the right. We take it.
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References Avatar (2009) See more »


End Credits Theme
Composed by Jay Gruska
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I don't understand all the hate.
27 December 2015 | by hatchelsSee all my reviews

So I read through a few of the other reviews, and most of them seem to be mainly upset at the fact that the writers didn't portray the Gods properly. Honestly, when has this show actually been 100% accurate for ANYTHING?

It's pretty liberal on all the details and lore for the monsters. Not to mention the fact that the way they portray angels and demons is practically something that Michael Bay would come up with. We all know that Angels are the warriors of God, but they aren't arrogant, heartless creatures like Zachariah or Raphael.

So how about everyone actually tries to understand something here. IT'S A FREAKING TV SHOW!!! They are going to write things that they feel will get the viewers attention. It's probably safe to say that the majority of the viewers DON't actually bother to research everything in the supernatural world. I've actually gone on the Wiki to compare facts, and SPN has their own lore and universe now.

So bottom line, if they want to show a bunch of random Gods as being childish cannibals looking to reclaim the planet, then let them do it. You don't have to like the episode like every other sheep in the flock. Just know that artistic liberties will ALWAYS be taken when they can.

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