Supernatural

Season 9 Episode 4

Slumber Party

65
Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Oct 29, 2013 on The CW
8.1
out of 10
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202 votes
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The Winchesters call Charlie in to help them with a Men of Letters computer, only to discover a strange green-webbed wall where they find a young woman named Dorothy inside Now they trio must join forces with Dorothy to stop the Wicked Witch from either returning to Oz or bringing Oz to the real world and wrecking havoc.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • This one was pretty bad

    8.0
    Charlie and a bad story about OZ and this one falls very short of expectations. The sooner the do not bring this character back the better for all of us.
  • Disappointing episode.

    4.0
    Each episode with Charlie is a complete waste of time. The actress is artificial and so are the story and acting. This character should be killed off or possesed by demon and then killed to make the story more sad for boys but finally we could get rid of this not needed person. A very disappointing episode and I hope nothing like this will ever happen again.
  • Yellow brick road

    4.0
    Insane episode where Sam and Deal with Dorothy and the wicked witch from the land of OZ. WTF??
  • What a stinker

    1.0
    What a boring episode. The overacting was just happening in spades - none of the actors were taking it seriously. Many plain lazy violations of the fourth wall - more than a few times. Neither of the boys seemed to have their heart in it. Look at Sam's face throughout. He's struggling to be convincing but what he was really thinking was very clearly "when is the stupid story going to be over?" Very rote, slow and plotless story. The Winchesters are getting tired and it shows. The show has run out of stories and the writers are driving the show into the ground.moreless
  • A fun episode considering it does not belong in Supernatural.

    7.0
    For an episode that i almost immediately turned off, it actually turned out okay. Of course if they ever mention Oz again i will have to kill someone. But, ya, it was actually not too bad for an episode trying to tie in oz into the supernatural world.



    As long as its never mentioned again i will be satisfied.
Gildart Jackson

Gildart Jackson

James Haggerty

Guest Star

Tiio Horn

Tiio Horn

Dorothy

Guest Star

Felicia Day

Felicia Day

Charlie Bradbury

Guest Star

Mark Sheppard

Mark Sheppard

Crowley

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Sam: I haven't read all the books yet.
      Dean: You're going to read the books?
      Sam: Yes, Dean, I like to read books--you know, the ones without pictures.

    • Crowley: This litter box is warded against everything, even Wicked Witches. Big fan. Love your work. What's the matter? Cowardly Lion got your tongue?

    • Charlie: Did you really walk down a brick road in these?
      Dorothy: No, I never actually wore them. Seemed kind of tacky wearing a dead woman's shoes. Plus, I'm no good in heels, you know?

    • Dorothy: You have no idea how odd it is having a series of books written about you.
      Sam: Actually, I--I, uh, do know. And it's definitely weird. But you know, end of the day, it's our story so we get to write it.

    • Dean: Think she'll be back?
      Sam: Of course. There's no place like home.

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Dean: So, I, uh, picked you up season one Game of Thrones.
      Referencing the novels by George R.R. Martin and subsequent HBO TV series Game of Thrones (starting in 2011). Game of Thrones is the first of a series of novels portraying the political intrigue in the fantasy world consisting of two major continents, Westeros and Essos, and the civil war that takes place for the Iron Throne of the Seven Kingdoms.

    • Crowley: Neither of you saw Wicked?
      Referencing the 2003 Broadway musical, based on the novel Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West by Gregory Maguire. The novel is the first of four books telling a revisionist tale of Elphaba Thropp, the green-skinned woman who eventually becomes the Wicked Witch in L. Frank Baum's series of Oz books. The musical was nominated for ten Tonys in 2004 and won three of them.

    • Charlie: Was that your Batman voice?
      Referencing the most recent Batman trilogy of movies as of this writing, starting with Batman Begins (2005). In the movies, Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) speaks with a distinctively lower and raspier voice when speaking as Batman.

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