Supernatural (2005–2020)
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Sam and Dean visit Chicago and find the city's underbelly is divided between powerful clans of monsters, including werewolves and shape-shifters.


Robert Singer


Eric Kripke (created by), Andrew Dabb




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jared Padalecki ... Sam Winchester
Jensen Ackles ... Dean Winchester
Lucien Laviscount ... Ennis Ross
Nathaniel Buzolic ... David Lassiter
Sean Faris ... Julian Duval
Melissa Roxburgh ... Violet Duval
Danielle Savre ... Margo Lassiter
Stephen Martines ... Freddie Costa
Bryce Johnson ... Sal Lassiter
Erinn Westbrook ... Tamara
Michael J Rogers ... Irv (as Michael Rogers)
Larry Hoe ... Butler / David Lassiter
Ken Lawson ... Professor Graham / David Lassiter
Darla Taylor ... Woman in Office
Noel Johansen ... Maurice


Sam and Dean visit Chicago and find the city's underbelly is divided between powerful clans of monsters, including werewolves and shape-shifters.

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Nathanial Bucolic played a shape shifter in this episode but plays a vampire in Vampire Diaries and The Originals, where he also plays a witch. See more »


David Lassiter: Violet's not picking up.
Sam Winchester: Wait, so this girl, she's a shifter, too?
David Lassiter: Werewolf.
Ennis RossDean Winchester: Awesome.
Ennis Ross: If she has her cell, we could trace the signal.
Sam Winchester: Yeah, you might be right. All right. What's her number?
David Lassiter: Take me with you and it's all yours.
Ennis Ross: No! Oh, hell no! Dude, he's a freakin' Transformer.
Dean Winchester: And sometimes you got work with the bad guys to get to the worse guys.
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Spun-off from Supernatural (2005) See more »


End Credits Theme
Composed by Jay Gruska
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It is bad Supernatural, but it was a pretty good attempt at a monster show. I would not have minded a season to see if it could have worked
21 September 2020 | by CubsandCultureSee all my reviews

This is ultimately a failed experiment and I generally ignore it in continuity of the Winchester story. The central concept of a gangster saga between families of monsters is itself compelling, as evidence that several shows like this have come and gone. I think the bones of a such a series are present and the episode does enough to make me interested in checking out a few additional episodes. Have I come across this as isolated from 8 years of Winchester history I would have more or less liked it. Yeah it is a bit silly and yeah the writing is predictable. But the cast they got had potential and I like the vibe the tone the script was trying to set.

But no it is not *Supernatural.* A gang war over the control of a major US city is too central to society to fit in with the drifter, on the road vibe that the show has had over the years. It also raises a whole host of logical questions-why haven't hunters heard of these crime families? The Winchesters are barely involved in this episode-nothing critical in their story happens here-so at least it is easy to cut out of the series. The writer entirely ignored this moving forward for a reason.

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29 April 2014 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago, Illinois, USA

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16:9 HD
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