Season 7 Episode 13

The Slice Girls

Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Feb 03, 2012 on The CW

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  • I Hate My Teenage Amazon Daughter

    While investigating the mysterious and brutal deaths of men thrown really hard against walls (Sam and Dean can relate) and having their limbs cut off and a symbol carved into them, Dean has a one night stand at a bar called the Cobalt Room. The "You Shook Me All Night Long" parallel between the murder and the sex was great. While Sam focuses more on the case and Dean discovers something weird about Lydia, his "workout buddy," and trying to recover Bobby's old flask. The two enlist the help of a professor or anthropology who is their quirky replacement Bobby for the episode who reads up on the symbol and discovers that it belongs to daughters of the Gods Harmonia and Ares who were Amazons who only use men for procreation and then kill their fathers who created them as they reach adulthood in a manner of days. Dean by chance has fathered a daughter with Lydia named Emma who grew up many years before his very eyes. As part of their initiation the girls must kill their fathers to become one of them. The packmaster of the Amazons orders and compels the new Amazons to go out and do their duty. Sam is almost killed by a female detective who is one of them after finding out about the ritual from the Professor and Dean is tested when Emma comes to see him and the two have a standoff of "who's going to kill the other" until Sam shows up and dispatches Emma. It was good to see Dean choke at the having to kill off his own offspring and the openendedness of leaving the pack or whatever you call a group of Amazons alive and on the loose makes for a good fight for another day or maybe they just ran out of the screen time to dispatch them all. Sam drawing comparisons to when Dean killed Amy earlier this season was true and how they're both really screwed up but hopefully we can go back to Dick Roman the Leviathans relatively soon since there's still that field left hanging out there with no explanation.
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