Supernatural (2005– )
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Form and Void 

Jenna winds up in a dangerous situation and calls Dean for help, leaving Sam to deal with monsters on his own.


Philip Sgriccia (as Phil Sgriccia)


Eric Kripke (created by), Andrew Dabb | 2 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jared Padalecki ... Sam Winchester
Jensen Ackles ... Dean Winchester
Misha Collins ... Castiel
Mark Sheppard ... Crowley (as Mark A. Sheppard)
Laci J Mailey ... Deputy Jenna Nickerson (as Laci J. Mailey)
Lee Majdoub ... Hannah
Gracyn Shinyei ... Amara
Christine Willes ... Jenna's Grandmother
Lisa Berry ... Billie
Trevor Roberts ... Rabid Man
Dylan Archambault ... Efram
Albert Nicholas ... Jonah
Mercedes De La Cruz ... Rabid #1 (as Mercedes Gendron)
Dana Stoutenburg ... Rabid #2
Joel Montgrand Joel Montgrand ... Rabid #3


Jenna winds up in a dangerous situation and calls Dean for help, leaving Sam to deal with monsters on his own.

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Release Date:

14 October 2015 (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?


The song that Billie (the reaper) was singing was the song that was playing when Death first appeared on the show (S5.21). See more »


While he is talking to Dean on speaker, Sam is holding his phone vertically, then horizontally, then vertically. See more »


Billie: It's over.
Sam Winchester: What's over?
Billie: You and Dean, dying and coming back again and again. The old Death thought it was funny. But now there's one hard, fast rule in this Universe: what lives, dies. So the next time you or your brother bite it, well, you're not going to Heaven or Hell. One of us - and, Lord, I hope it's me - we're gonna make a mistake and toss you out into the Empty. And nothing comes back from that.
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References The Exorcist (1973) See more »


End Credits Theme
Composed by Jay Gruska
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15 October 2015 | by gknovacomSee all my reviews

I was really hoping that the intriguing finesse and quality direction wasn't a first-episode- only kind of thing. I'm happy to see that the show has continued to expand its dramatic depth into the second episode! I give props to the creators and directors for giving us two quite impressive episodes in a row. Let's talk improvements.

It seems that the brothers will no longer be sopping over each other with their emotional issues and incompatibilities. It feels fresh to relive an "older days" version of their brotherhood (so far at least), instead of a constant cycle of bickering at each other about who's right.

The execution of some of their storytelling tactics has greatly been improved. It seems they took the time to analyze just how much more improvement there could be and they really capitalized on it. The effect of Sam's hallucinations, the soundtrack-less menacing introduction, the deliverance of our characters storyline, the cinematography, the serious acting, the transitions, etc.

I haven't felt this intrigued since the rise of Lucifer. Very excited for Jensen's directorial debut episode next week!

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