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And Then There Were None 

After a series of brutal murders, Dean, Sam and Bobby travel to investigate and they meet Rufus. They team-up and find that Eve, a.k.a. The Mother of All, is the responsible for the ... See full summary »



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Episode complete credited cast:
... Sam Winchester
... Dean Winchester
... Bobby Singer / Worm
... Rufus Turner
... Samuel Campbell
... Gwen Campbell
... Rick
... Eve
... Deputy #1
... Deputy #2
Derek Morrison ... Captain Dillan
Kimberly Unger ... Rick's Wife


After a series of brutal murders, Dean, Sam and Bobby travel to investigate and they meet Rufus. They team-up and find that Eve, a.k.a. The Mother of All, is the responsible for the killings. When they find a clue of the location where she might be, they stumble upon Samuel and Gwen who are also chasing Eve. Soon they learn that Eve has created an evil worm that penetrates through the ear and force the victim to kill. Now they do not know who might have been possessed by the creature. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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4 March 2011 (USA)  »

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The title refers to an Agatha Christie novel with the same name. The novel was first published in the US under the titles "Ten Little Indians". Its original title, as it was published in the UK, utilized a word now considered highly offensive. See more »


In previous episodes Bobby said when his wife was possessed by a demon he tried to kill her by shooting her, but in this episode he said he stabbed her. See more »


Dean Winchester: [Bobby is showing Sam and Dean a spike in monster activity in the past week, circling locations on a US map] Is it just me, or is that a straight kick line down I80?
Bobby Singer: [Draws a line along the interstate on the map] Exactly.
Dean Winchester: Looks to me like it's a... Sherman march monster mash.
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References Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) See more »


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Composed by Jay Gruska
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Nothing Original, but Intriguing
4 March 2011 | by See all my reviews

(Very) Minor Spoilers Below: This episode continues the story started in Like A Virgin, where the Mother of All (now known as Eve) is free from purgatory and roaming the Earth. We find out more about her and her plot. Meanwhile, Sam, Dean, and Bobby are investigating a man who says he blacked out while he bludgeoned his family to death with a sledgehammer. While there, they run into Rufus, Samuel, and Gwen who are investigating as well. Obviously, Dean, Sam, and Bobby don't like Samuel because of his actions in Caged Heat, leading to some of the mistrust generated in this episode. During the investigation, the episode turns into a combination of Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation (2004) and John Carpenter's The Thing (1982). If you've seen those, it's the creature from ST2 and the blood test from JCTT. If not, I'm not going to ruin the surprise. I did enjoy the episode and I'm glad they ended Samuel's storyline as well as finally continuing Eve's storyline. Maybe now they can have more episodes where they have to kill creatures while tracking down Eve and trying to figure out how to kill her (or maybe just do a repeat of season 5 and send her back to purgatory).

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