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Hibbing 911 

Jody Mills is matched with an overeager partner during a mandatory sheriff's retreat; when a gruesome corpse is discovered, Jody calls Sam and Dean to help investigate.


Tim Andrew


Eric Kripke (created by), Jenny Klein (teleplay by) | 2 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jared Padalecki ... Sam Winchester
Jensen Ackles ... Dean Winchester
Kim Rhodes ... Sheriff Jody Mills
Briana Buckmaster ... Sheriff Donna Hanscum
Morgan Taylor Campbell ... Starr
Fred Ewanuick ... Sheriff Len Cuse
Aren Buchholz ... Deputy Brice Graham
Ellie Harvie ... Dr. Shelly Pierson
Michael Karl Richards ... Sheriff Doug Kontos
Noah Beggs ... Howie
Keith MacKechnie ... Chaz
Andy Nez ... Sheriff Kevin Ott
Cameron Crosby Cameron Crosby ... Graffiti Man
Marina Pasqua Marina Pasqua ... Sheriff Goodhill
Cody Wells Cody Wells ... Vampire #1


Jody Mills is matched with an overeager partner during a mandatory sheriff's retreat; when a gruesome corpse is discovered, Jody calls Sam and Dean to help investigate.

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The aliases Sam and Dean are using in this episode are Agent Frehley and Agent Criss. This is a reference to guitarist Ace Frehley and drummer Peter Criss of the hard rock band Kiss. Sam had already established this fake identity in the season nine episode Supernatural: The Purge (2014), when the guys first met Sheriff Donna Hanscum. See more »


When searching looking up an address in his phone, Sam enters it into an "Untitled Note" on his phone rather than a search or mapping app, which results in a map location nonetheless. See more »


Sheriff Jody Mills: You okay?
Sheriff Donna Hanscum: Yeah, other than feeling like I wanna hurl. I just chopped off a vampire's head.
Sheriff Jody Mills: You were great at that.
Sheriff Donna Hanscum: [Smiles] Thanks.
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References The Lost Boys (1987) See more »


There's a Rumour
Written by Tim Renwick
Performed by Tim Renwick
(playing in the bar after Len is pulled aside to deal with the "raffle")
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8 January 2015 | by mm-39See all my reviews

Hibbing 911 is entertaining in an off-center way. The Script writers for Supernatural are running out of ideas so they have to inject new plot devices for the series. This time the new plot devices worked; the two opposite female cops add comic twist which was hilarious. One police officer is an introvert while the other character is an extrovert; Similar to Sam and Dead but different. There is a Fargo movie influence with the director's style and feel for Hibbing 911, which blends perfectly into the story. The story unfolds as a monster hunt with liberal doses of humor and a bizarre ending. A memorable character plot twist. Well acted and executed Hibbing hits the mid- season target. The viewer gets comic relief and change for the main story line. A good mid season episode provides a break for the audience from over saturation of the concurring season 10 story line. Seven out of ten.

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2 December 2014 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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