Everybody Hates Hitler

Season 8, Ep 13, Aired 2/6/13
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  • Episode Description
  • The brothers look into the death of Rabbi Bass, who spontaneously combusted. Things get complicated when they find out that the rabbi was researching Nazi necromancers. A golem that belongs to the Rabbi's grandson, Aaron, attacks them. However, since Aaron doesn't know how to control him, everyone is in danger.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jared Padalecki

    Sam Winchester

  • Jensen Ackles

    Dean Winchester

  • Hal Linden

    Rabbi Isaac Bass

  • Adam Rose

    Aaron Bass

  • John DeSantis

    The Golem

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  • Fan Reviews (15)
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    By Karone4824, Oct 03, 2013

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    By CelticCampbell, Feb 13, 2013

  • Everybody hates political correctness

    By Alex77, Feb 09, 2013

  • Golems and Nazi Necromancers

    By Neksmater, Feb 08, 2013

  • Am I in the wrong season?

    By vampman87, Feb 08, 2013

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Dean: So what you're saying is that uh... you and me... we... didn't have a moment?
      Aaron: No, man. I was tailing you.
      Dean: Told you I was being followed. He was my gay thing.

    • Aaron: What, do you two just break in wherever you go?
      Dean: Our dad wanted us to have a solid career to fall back on just in case this hunter thing didn't pan out.

    • Sam: Why don't you screw yourself, Nazi bastard?
      Eckhart: Can we... could we put the Nazi thing aside for the moment and just talk about this like...?
      Dean: Nazi necromancer dicks? Pass.

    • Dean: Now we know. Paper beats golem. Fire beats undead Nazi freaks.

    Notes (2)

    • Music: On the Sunny Side of the Street (Frankie Laine)

    • International Airdates:
      Canada: February 10, 2013 on SPACE
      Australia: February 18, 2013 on Eleven
      India: March 1, 2013 on AXN India
      Norway: April 5, 2013 on FEM
      UK: August 14, 2013 on Sky Living
      Finland: December 4, 2014 on Sub

    Allusions (6)

    • Dean: Sammy, I think we found the Batcave.
      Referencing the secret headquarters of DC Comics' superhero, the Batman. It was first mentioned in Batman #12 (1942), but first seen in the 1943 Batman serial. Batman's creators, inspired by the movie, introduced the Batcave in Detective Comics #83 (1944). The Batcave is beneath Wayne Manor and traditionally holds all of Batman's computers, vehicles, and trophies, as well as whatever other equipment and workshops that he needs.

    • Dean: In his corner, hacking out his Da Vinci code.
      Referencing the famous 2003 mystery/detective novel by Dan Brown, based on conspiracy theory involving Christian religion. Despite being denounced as an attack on the Roman Catholic Church by several church denominations, it became a worldwide best seller and spawned a movie in 2006.

    • Shannon: Yeah, like from that World of Whatever that my little brother is always playing.
      Referencing World of Warcraft, the world's most-subscribed massively multiplayer online roleplaying game (MMORPG). The game was released as part of the Warcraft franchise in 2004. Players subscribe to participate in quests and player vs. player (PVP) battles.

    • Dean: I'm Agent Bolan.
      Referencing Marc Bolan, the front man for the rock band T-Rex.

    • Dean: You mean how do we "Oh, no! Mr. Bill" over there?
      Referencing The Mr. Bill Show, a series of skits on Saturday Night Live, and Mr. Sluggo, the villainous clay figure that torment the hapless Mr. Bill. Sluggo rarely gets to do much, since Mr. Hands is the one who ends up inflicting various cruel fates on Mr. Bill.

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    • JoaoBento Feb 19, 2013

      The story they are going after with the Legacy could have been an entire new season. Let us see what happens with the kid searching for a way to kill all demons for example. is it going to be an open story? How will this be closed? in this season or another one?

    • mattgus Feb 07, 2013

      i really enjoyed this episode..but one small,maybe big slip up..why not go directly to a rabi to find out what the golum needed right off!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...seemed obvious. i was thinking that he couold take command by saying "i command you to tell me what it is i need to do",but that would have made for a very short episode...and prob would'nt have worked...

    • atjp Feb 07, 2013

      I don't think that any Rabi would know what to do. It had to be a Rabi who belonged to the secret society and I believe his grandfather was the last one.

    • Gislef Feb 07, 2013

      Aaron asked the golem to tell him, rather than commanded, but the golem made it clear that it "can't teach the teacher." Although it was never really clear why Aaron needed to control the golem, since it was already pretty much doing what he wanted. It stopped choking Sam when Aaron told it to. It also wasn't clear how Eckhart stopped it, or if Aaron controlling it would have prevented Eckhart from controlling it.

    • MGS3Link Feb 07, 2013

      The grandfather was killed, then the golem was sent to the grandson, and the golem refused to explain anything. I didn't see any problems.