Supernatural: "The Man Who Knew Too Much" Review

Note: Full spoilers for the Supernatural: Season 6 finale follow. Another note: Looking for the review of part-one of Supernatural's two-hour season ender, "Let it Bleed"? Click Here. Written by series creator Eric Kripke, "The Man Who Knew Too Much" brought both Sam and Castiel to critical junctures. While Sam was trapped inside his mind, dealing with his memories of hell, Castiel was making some drastic decisions in his attempts to win the civil war in heaven. The episode began with a disoriented Sam running from police and finding a friendly bartender who was willing to try to help him figure out what was going on. While the Bourne Identity elements of the story were entertaining, it was a great twist when we found out that none of this was real, that it was all happening inside Sam's mind. I especially liked how the real world outside would affect Sam's dream, like night turning to day, and that the girl with him insisted that he was imagining things, that it had always been day. The truth was that Sam was imagining things - he was imagining the entire thing, including her.  Read More...

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