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Sam and Dean devise a plan that will save innocent lives. Meanwhile, Jack continues to wrestle with the consequences of his decisions.


Thomas J. Wright


Eric Kripke (created by), Eugenie Ross-Leming | 2 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jared Padalecki ... Sam Winchester
Jensen Ackles ... Dean Winchester
Mark Pellegrino ... Lucifer
Alexander Calvert ... Jack
Misha Collins ... Castiel
Jim Beaver ... Bobby Singer
Samantha Smith ... Mary Winchester
Richard Speight Jr. ... Gabriel
Ruth Connell ... Rowena MacLeod
David Haydn-Jones ... Arthur Ketch / Alexander Ketch
Christian Keyes ... Michael
Katherine Evans ... Maggie
Alexander Cendese ... Angel Commander
Felicia Day ... Charlie Bradbury
Jeff Joseph ... Andy (as Jeffrey Joseph)


Sam and Dean devise a plan that will save innocent lives. Meanwhile, Jack continues to wrestle with the consequences of his decisions.

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10 May 2018 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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When Ketch is being tortured by an angel for the location of the resistance base he gives him locations from Monopoly See more »


Sam Winchester: Creeps me out. You know?
Dean Winchester: Yeah, but it's not Sioux Falls.
Bobby Singer: Why should it look like Sioux Falls?
Sam Winchester: Uh, just our, uh, Bobby back in our world, he, um...
Bobby Singer: He liked to freeze his ass of every winter? Yeah, well, this Bobby's gonna pass on that.
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Killing Sam and Dean
12 May 2018 | by blackmagpie-62368See all my reviews

It is very hard to believe that this episode was directed by the person who gave us "Baby" and "Reichenbach". A bit of a let down.

In any event for those strange fans that like season 13 this episode should meet their expectations. It moves the story line a little forward and follows the same tone and pace as previous apocalypse world episodes.

For the even stranger fans (like me) who loved SPN from day one, it is a let down. Most of the episode consists of all the characters standing around giving each other strange and awkward looks. A poor if non existent script. This episode lacks ambiance and emotion, no action worth mentioning, no drama (let's be honest a death in SPN no longer raises an eyebrow let alone draws a tear), none of the darkness or depth or even beauty of some of the older episodes and seasons, just a droll and tedious episode. I really had to struggle to get through this one, it's like a bad soap opera. Lucifer and Mary are just a joke and really have to go !

And the biggest let down, the Winchester brothers with no spark, no wit, no life, no fight. A far cry from the beautiful hunters they used to be, with their warmth, their sense of sacrifice, their fire, their chemistry, their wonderful effort to save lives and humanity. They sit around looking soppy and dopey and wine and dine with the evil they used to kill, they have totally sold out. Dean and Sam, if I didn't know you I would want to hunt you !!

Here's to hoping the show will dare to dare !!

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