Sometimes I forget that Supernatural can be a fun show and that not every episode has to end with a funeral.
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.moreless
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Rabbi Isaac Bass
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.
Music: On the Sunny Side of the Street (Frankie Laine)
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
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