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Weekend at Bobby's 

Bobby summons Crowley and finds that the demon has no intention of returning his soul and has given ten additional years of life for him. Meanwhile, Dean and Sam ask Bobby to advise which ... See full summary »


Jensen Ackles


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Episode cast overview:
Jared Padalecki ... Sam Winchester
Jensen Ackles ... Dean Winchester
Jim Beaver ... Bobby Singer
Steven Williams ... Rufus Turner
Mark Sheppard ... Crowley (as Mark A. Sheppard)
Kim Rhodes ... Sheriff Jody Mills
Jennifer Aspen ... Marcy Ward
Sharon Taylor ... Crossroads Demon
Adam Groves ... Gavin MacLeod
Shaw Madson ... Agent Adams


Bobby summons Crowley and finds that the demon has no intention of returning his soul and has given ten additional years of life for him. Meanwhile, Dean and Sam ask Bobby to advise which demon is killing people in Wisconsin, and after a long research, Bobby informs that is a Lamia. Then Rufus knocks on Bobby's door with the corpse of a demon Okami to bury it. However the demon is still alive and Bobby has to seek it out and vanquish the demon. Dean and Sam travel to Scotland and help Bobby to get his soul back. When Bobby is ready to eat a slice of the peach cobbler his next door neighbor Marcy Ward gave to welcome him in the neighborhood, he receives another urgent phone call. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Release Date:

15 October 2010 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


The character Gavin MacLeod is named after actor, Gavin MacLeod. Among his many roles in movies and television, MacLeod is best known as Murray Slaughter in Mary Tyler Moore (1970) and Captain Stubing in _"The Love Boat" (1977)_ (gv). See more »


After Bobby releases Crowley from the glow-in-the-dark devil's trap, he walks onto it. When he does so, the image of the devil's trap can be seen glowing on his jeans. This is not a projection, as some people have surmised. It is actually the material in the jeans reacting to the UV lighting. See more »


Bobby Singer: [On the phone with a hunter] Doesn't sound like our kind of thing. Better drop a dime to the FBI.
[Hangs up. His "FBI" phone rings. Bobby answers]
Bobby Singer: Willis, FBI.
Bobby Singer: No, Garth, not me the FBI, the *real* FBI! How are you still alive?
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References Weekend at Bernie's (1989) See more »


End Credits Theme
Composed by Jay Gruska
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Drag Me To Hell!
15 October 2010 | by Red_IdentitySee all my reviews

Weekend at Bobby's started off a bit misguided, and at first I was skeptical, but as it goes on it proves that it is a great episode, with enough storyline progression and humor.

This if the first episode where we see a glimpse of Bobby's actual life apart from the boys. I actually cannot believe that it took this long, and anyway, here are some very disturbing scenes (the demon execution in Bobby's basement0 and some very funny scenes (the woman). What I loved about the episode was the mention of what I consider to be the best horror film of the last decade- Drag Me To Hell. The first mention of it was in the demon that Sam and Dean were tracking down, the Lamia, and then a conversation between Bobby and the woman who is interested in him. It was a nice homage to the film, and in that element the episode also worked well as comedy.

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