Supernatural (2005– )
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Fan Fiction 

Sam and Dean investigate a haunting at a theatre.


Philip Sgriccia (as Phil Sgriccia)


Eric Kripke (created by), Robbie Thompson

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Episode cast overview:
Jared Padalecki ... Sam Winchester
Jensen Ackles ... Dean Winchester
Katie Sarife ... Marie
Joy Regullano ... Maeve
Alyssa Lynch ... Siobhan
Rob Benedict ... Chuck Shurley
Natalie Sharp ... Maggie
Hannah Levien ... Calliope
Kelli Ogmundson ... Alice
Vivien Elizabeth Armour Vivien Elizabeth Armour ... Katie
Nina Winkler Nina Winkler ... Kristen
Alberta Mayne ... Mrs. Chandler
Jannen Karr ... Principal Salazar
Rachel Warkentin ... Tammy
Georgia Beaty ... Yellow-Eyed Demon


Sam and Dean go to Michigan to investigate a case of a disappearance, only to find there is a play about their lives from the Supernatural books written by Chuck. Written by BOB

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Release Date:

11 November 2014 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo | DTS (Blu-ray release)



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Though the show has parodied fan "shipper" names before, this is the first time Destiel - Dean and Castiel - is used. See more »


In the beginning, the writer is writing the Supernatural pilot episode script using Windows Vista or higher (Aero cursor first showed up in Vista). Vista was released in 2007 and the pilot was aired in 2005. See more »


Dean Winchester: You want to piñata this asshat?
Marie: "Asshat"? Nice. It's, uh, very Dean.
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Crazy Credits

The intros from every season are shown, including the crazy credits from 'A Very Supernatural Christmas (3x08)', 'Clap Your Hands If You Believe (6x09)', 'Frontierland (6x18)', 'Monster Movie (4x05), 'Season Seven, Time For A Wedding (7x08)' and 'Meta Fiction (9x18). See more »


References Ghostbusters (1984) See more »


End Credits Theme
Composed by Jay Gruska
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A Special Celebration Episode for the Fans
11 November 2014 | by Dejan KSee all my reviews

I'm not a big fan of musicals, and yet I really enjoyed the 200th episode.

Fan Fiction is not simply a love letter to all the fans, but a marriage celebration. As a fan, I felt like this episode sealed my marriage to Supernatural with a kiss. You know how at weddings there is usually a picture slide-show that reveals the progress of a couple's relationship over time from childhood to adulthood, with romantic music playing in the background? This episode felt like exactly that; it is a slide show of moving pictures (scenes) set to heartfelt and emotional tunes (the musical). I felt like I was the groom waiting for Supernatural, the bride, in all her majestic beauty as she walks down the isle, reaches out her hand, and encourages me as we both prepare to say "I do." But before we tie the knot, she reminds me of all the journeys we've shared and the obstacles we've overcome over the last 10 years, the good times and the not so good times, and the outright hilarious moments that we'll treasure for a lifetime. We're now officially one. There's no going back. This is it, Supernatural family, we've made it, so let's celebrate our marriage with a honeymoon. Never give up on the show; season 10 has just begun.

If we pay real close attention, the episode listens to the fans and gives us what we want. The writers do a great job giving a shout out to all the funny things and taboo topics about the characters that we like to joke about on social media, nudge nudge hint hint, and spoofing the criticisms of the show we sometimes tend to make. Such references make this episode absolutely hilarious, that is, if you have been following the show for a while and get these hints.

A risky episode, but very well done. The funny moments in the episode will soon become classic. I've seen every episode of the series and this one easily ranks in the top 5 for creativity. I imagine it will get positive reviews from loyal fans, while possibly negative reviews from casual observers who just won't get "the feels", if you know what I mean. 10 out of 10.

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