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|Title = Everybody Hates Hitler
 
|Title = Everybody Hates Hitler
 
|Series = [[Supernatural]]
 
|Series = [[Supernatural]]
|Season = 8
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|Season = [[Season 8|8]]
 
|Episode = 13
 
|Episode = 13
 
|Airdate = February 06, 2013
 
|Airdate = February 06, 2013
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|Next = [[Trial and Error]]
 
|Next = [[Trial and Error]]
 
|Episode list = [[Season 8|8]]
 
|Episode list = [[Season 8|8]]
|Guests = [[Hal Linden]], [[John DeSantis]], [[Adam Rose]], [[Bernhard Forcher]]}}
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'''Everybody Hates Hitler''' is the 13th episode of [[Season 8]]. It aired on February 6, 2013.
   
'''Everybody Hates Hitler''' is the 13th episode of [[Season 8]]. It aired on February 6th, 2013.
 
   
 
==Summary==
 
==Summary==
[[Sam Winchester|Sam]] and [[Dean Winchester|Dean]] investigate the death of [[Rabbi Bass]], who spontaneously combusted. The case becomes ever more confusing when they learn that the Rabbi was researching Nazi [[Necromancy|Necromancers]]. Sam and Dean are attacked by a [[Golem]] who turns out to belong to the Rabbi's grandson, [[Aaron Bass|Aaron]]. The key to the case lies with the Golem but Aaron doesn't know how to control him, which leaves everyone in danger.
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[[Sam Winchester|Sam]] and [[Dean Winchester|Dean]] investigate the death of Rabbi Bass (guest star Hal Linden, "Barney Miller"), who spontaneously combusted. The case becomes ever more confusing when they learn that the Rabbi was researching Nazi Necromancers. Sam and Dean are attacked by a [[Golem]] (guest star [[John DeSantis]]) who turns out to belong to the Rabbi's grandson, [[Aaron Bass|Aaron]] (guest star [[Adam Rose]]). The key to the case lies with the Golem but Aaron doesn't know how to control him, which leaves everyone in danger.
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
 
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In 1944 Belarus, a gigantic humanoid figure attacks a Nazi stronghold, interrupting the group’s Commandant as he attempts to conduct some sort of blood ritual. His lieutenant encases a [[Ledger of the Thules|red ledger]] in a metal case, before the gigantic creature breaks into the chamber and kills all but the Commandant. The Commandant completes his ritual, disappearing into a goblet as a fire breaks out, destroying the building around the unharmed mammoth creature.
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In 1944 Belarus, a gigantic humanoid figure attacks a Nazi stronghold, interrupting the group's Commandant as he attempts to conduct some sort of blood ritual. His lieutenant encases a [[Ledger of the Thules|red ledger]] in a metal case, before the gigantic creature breaks into the chamber and kills all but the Commandant. The Commandant completes his ritual, disappearing into a goblet as a fire breaks out, destroying the building around the unharmed mammoth creature.
   
 
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Meanwhile in present-day Lebanon, Kansas, [[Sam Winchester|Sam]] and [[Dean Winchester|Dean]] enter an abandoned facility with the key obtained from their grandfather Henry, finding the [[Men-of-Letters]] stronghold. Dean takes in the comfort of their new “Bat Cave, enjoying the records and showers while Sam pours over the wealth of literature on the supernatural.
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Meanwhile, in present-day Lebanon, Kansas, [[Sam Winchester|Sam]] and [[Dean Winchester|Dean]] enter an abandoned facility with the key obtained from their grandfather Henry, finding the [[Men-of-Letters]] stronghold. Dean takes in the comfort of their new "Bat Cave," enjoying the records and showers while Sam pours over the wealth of literature on the supernatural.
   
 
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Meanwhile in Pennsylvania, an elderly man claiming to be followed searches a college library for a mysterious book, finally happening upon the red ledger we saw in 1944. Excited by the discovery, he phones an unseen figure to give instructions from a local bar, before turning to face a mysterious blonde man that no one else sees. Suddenly, the elderly man bursts into flames in view of the entire bar.
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Meanwhile, in Pennsylvania, an elderly man claiming to be followed searches a college library for a mysterious book, finally happening upon the red ledger we saw in 1944. Excited by the discovery, he phones an unseen figure to give instructions from a local bar, before turning to face a mysterious blonde man that no one else sees. Suddenly, the elderly man bursts into flames in view of the entire bar.
   
 
Weeks later, the brothers lament their lack of progress with [[Castiel]] and [[Kevin Tran|Kevin]], as Sam uncovers old documents pertaining to a group of Rabbis expert on the supernatural called the Judah Initiative. Pointing to the last living member Rabbi [[Isaac Bass|Bass]] bursting into flames two weeks earlier, the brothers decide to take the case.
 
Weeks later, the brothers lament their lack of progress with [[Castiel]] and [[Kevin Tran|Kevin]], as Sam uncovers old documents pertaining to a group of Rabbis expert on the supernatural called the Judah Initiative. Pointing to the last living member Rabbi [[Isaac Bass|Bass]] bursting into flames two weeks earlier, the brothers decide to take the case.
   
Back in Pennsylvania, Sam investigates Bass’ library records as Dean questions the local populace, noticing a mysterious young man following him. Dean confronts the man, who claims to have been admiring him romantically, while Sam observes someone following himself as well. The boys plot to meet up in a parking lot to confront Sam’s tail, but when Dean accosts the shadowy figure, it reveals itself as the behemoth from earlier! Sam and Dean foolishly attempt to subdue the creature, before Dean’s earlier admirer steps out and calls off the behemoth, identifying it as a [[Golem]] of Jewish legend.
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Back in Pennsylvania, Sam investigates Bass' library records as Dean questions the local populace, noticing a mysterious young man following him. Dean confronts the man, who claims to have been admiring him romantically, while Sam observes someone following himself as well. The boys plot to meet up in a parking lot to confront Sam's tail, but when Dean accosts the shadowy figure, it reveals itself as the behemoth from earlier! Sam and Dean foolishly attempt to subdue the creature, before Dean's earlier admirer steps out and calls off the behemoth, identifying it as a [[Golem]] of Jewish legend.
   
Back at his home, the man introduces himself as [[Aaron Bass]], the Rabbi’s grandson, who dismissed all his grandfather’s stories about the supernatural as legends until control of the Golem was bequeathed to him. The Golem berates him for abandoning his people’s purpose, cryptically urging him in Hebrew to “take charge. Aaron explains that his grandfather had been investigating the Nazi necromancers of the Thule society, and left him a mysterious coded message before he died. Sam recognizes the code as library reference numbers, while the mysterious blonde watcher observes the four from outside.
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Back at his home, the man introduces himself as [[Aaron Bass]], the Rabbi's grandson, who dismissed all his grandfather's stories about the supernatural as legends until control of the Golem was bequeathed to him. The Golem berates him for abandoning his people's purpose, cryptically urging him in Hebrew to "take charge." Aaron explains that his grandfather had been investigating the Nazi necromancers of the Thule society, and left him a mysterious coded message before he died. Sam recognizes the code as library reference numbers, while the mysterious blonde watcher observes the four from outside.
   
Returning to the library, Sam finds the red ledger hidden on the library shelves, before the unseen blonde man shoots him in the neck with a dart, incapacitating him and inflicting a mysterious spell. Aaron gets hit with a dart as well, before Dean urges the Golem to defend his master against the mysterious man. Unaffected by the darts, the Golem soundly beats the blonde man, snapping his neck, and breaking the spells over Sam and Aaron. After burning and burying the man, Sam and Dean look over the ledger as the Golem explains that it pertains to cruel magical experiments performed by the [[Thule]]. He explains that Aaron would understand the situation better if he consulted the Golem's “owner’s manual” bequeathed by his grandfather years earlier, but the boy burned the book as rolling papers, not understanding its significance.
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Returning to the library, Sam finds the red ledger hidden on the library shelves, before the unseen blonde man shoots him in the neck with a dart, incapacitating him and inflicting a mysterious spell. Aaron gets hit with a dart as well, before Dean urges the Golem to defend his master against the mysterious man. Unaffected by the darts, the Golem soundly beats the blonde man, snapping his neck, and breaking the spells over Sam and Aaron. After burning and burying the man, Sam and Dean look over the ledger as the Golem explains that it pertains to cruel magical experiments performed by the [[Thule]]. He explains that Aaron would understand the situation better if he consulted the Golem's "owner's manual" bequeathed by his grandfather years earlier, but the boy burned the book as rolling papers, not understanding its significance.
   
Meanwhile, the still-youthful Commandant pays a visit to the library, and finds evidence that the Golem attacked his man [[Torvald]]. Sam and Dean sift through the Golem legend looking for the best way to deactivate the creature, should it prove necessary, but the debate is interrupted by the arrival of the Commandant and his men. The Commandant deactivates the Golem, removing a scroll from his mouth, while holding the others at gunpoint. The men find the ledger, but Aaron gets the jump on the Commandant, and Sam and Dean quickly resume control of the situation, shooting two of the men. [[Heintz|One]] of the men got away, but the Commandant was killed. After burying the dead men, Sam and Dean return to find the Golem still inactive, but Aaron vows to take up his Grandfather’s work with the Judah Initiative, reactivating the Golem as his protector.
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Meanwhile, the still-youthful Commandant pays a visit to the library, and finds evidence that the Golem attacked his man [[Torvald]]. Sam and Dean sift through the Golem legend looking for the best way to deactivate the creature, should it prove necessary, but the debate is interrupted by the arrival of the Commandant and his men. The Commandant deactivates the Golem, removing a scroll from his mouth, while holding the others at gunpoint. The men find the ledger, but Aaron gets the jump on the Commandant, and Sam and Dean quickly resume control of the situation, shooting two of the men. [[Heintz|One]] of the men got away, but the Commandant was killed. After burying the dead men, Sam and Dean return to find the Golem still inactive, but Aaron vows to take up his Grandfather's work with the Judah Initiative, reactivating the Golem as his protector.
   
 
Later, Sam and Dean continue their forebears work, utilizing the Men of Letters stronghold as their new home.
 
Later, Sam and Dean continue their forebears work, utilizing the Men of Letters stronghold as their new home.
   
 
==Characters==
 
==Characters==
*[[Dean Winchester]]
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===Main Cast===
*[[Sam Winchester]]
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*[[Jared Padalecki]] as [[Sam Winchester]]
*[[Isaac Bass]]
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*[[Jensen Ackles]] as [[Dean Winchester]]
*[[Golem]]
 
*[[Aaron Bass]]
 
*[[Eckhart]]
 
*[[Torvald]]
 
*[[Ariel]]
 
*[[Shannon]]
 
*[[Heintz]]
 
   
==Quotes==
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===Recurring Cast===
*[[Aaron Bass|Aaron]]: What, do you two just break in wherever you go?
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====Co-Stars====
*[[Dean Winchester]]: Our dad wanted us to have a solid career to fall back on just in case this "hunter" thing didn't work out.
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*[[Adam Rose]] as [[Aaron Bass]]
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*[[Hal Linden]] as [[Isaac Bass]]
*[[Dean Winchester]]: That's weird, I thought I was being followed earlier. Turned out to be a gay thing.
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*[[John DeSantis]] as [[Golem]]
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*[[Bernhard Forcher]] as [[Eckhart]]
*[[Golem]]: This boy knows nothing, observes none of the mitzvahs, labours on the Sabbath, dines on swine...
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*[[Kis Yurij]] as [[Heintz]]
*[[Aaron Bass|Aaron]]: Everybody loves bacon!
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*Oliver Rice as [[Torvald]]
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*Nicole Hombrebueno as [[Ariel]]
*[[Aaron Bass|Aaron]]: (watching the brothers burn the Necromancer's body) These guys are ''psychopaths''.
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*Ryleigh Gillespie as [[Shannon]]
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*[[Dean Winchester]]: Well, now we know. Paper beats Golem, fire beats undead Nazi zombie freaks.
 
   
==Music==
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==Continuity==
''On the Sunny Side of the Street'' by [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kbv0L4qzHfI Frankie Laine]
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*This episode picks up from the previous one.
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*A zombie was last seen in ''[[How To Win Friends And Influence Monsters]]''.
   
==Trivia==
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==Featured Supernatural Beings==
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*[[Golem]]
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*[[Zombies]] {{c|[[Thules]]}}
   
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==Trivia==
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*This marks the first appearance of [[Men of Letters bunker|the bunker]], which becomes the Winchester's new home.
 
*Dean introduces himself as "Agent Bolan." This is, most likely, a nod to Marc Bolan - lead singer of the classic glam-rock band T-Rex.
 
*Dean introduces himself as "Agent Bolan." This is, most likely, a nod to Marc Bolan - lead singer of the classic glam-rock band T-Rex.
 
*Zombie Nazis have also been featured in popular video games such as Call of Duty and Return to Castle Wolfenstein.
 
*Zombie Nazis have also been featured in popular video games such as Call of Duty and Return to Castle Wolfenstein.
 
* Ironically the Nazi used Israeli manufactured [[wikipedia:Uzi|Uzi]] when they attacked the brothers in the hotel room.
 
* Ironically the Nazi used Israeli manufactured [[wikipedia:Uzi|Uzi]] when they attacked the brothers in the hotel room.
 
*Jensen Ackles and [[John DeSantis]] ([[Golem]]) shared a fight scene in the series [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0204993/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1a Dark Angel] in the episode ''Proof of Purchase''.
 
*Jensen Ackles and [[John DeSantis]] ([[Golem]]) shared a fight scene in the series [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0204993/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1a Dark Angel] in the episode ''Proof of Purchase''.
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*The word ''Yifalchunbee'' is meaningless. It isn't in hebrew, biblical or modern, or in yiddish (language that the jewish people in Europe invented centuries ago so they could communicate even if they are from different countries). The producers probably invented the word especially for the episode.
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==Promo==
 
==Promo==
 
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Everybody Hates Hitler is the 13th episode of Season 8. It aired on February 6, 2013.


SummaryEdit

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Sam and Dean investigate the death of Rabbi Bass (guest star Hal Linden, "Barney Miller"), who spontaneously combusted. The case becomes ever more confusing when they learn that the Rabbi was researching Nazi Necromancers. Sam and Dean are attacked by a Golem (guest star John DeSantis) who turns out to belong to the Rabbi's grandson, Aaron (guest star Adam Rose). The key to the case lies with the Golem but Aaron doesn't know how to control him, which leaves everyone in danger.

PlotEdit

Vitsebsk, Belarus

In 1944 Belarus, a gigantic humanoid figure attacks a Nazi stronghold, interrupting the group's Commandant as he attempts to conduct some sort of blood ritual. His lieutenant encases a red ledger in a metal case, before the gigantic creature breaks into the chamber and kills all but the Commandant. The Commandant completes his ritual, disappearing into a goblet as a fire breaks out, destroying the building around the unharmed mammoth creature.

Lebanon, KS

Meanwhile, in present-day Lebanon, Kansas, Sam and Dean enter an abandoned facility with the key obtained from their grandfather Henry, finding the Men-of-Letters stronghold. Dean takes in the comfort of their new "Bat Cave," enjoying the records and showers while Sam pours over the wealth of literature on the supernatural.

Wilkes-Barre, PA

Meanwhile, in Pennsylvania, an elderly man claiming to be followed searches a college library for a mysterious book, finally happening upon the red ledger we saw in 1944. Excited by the discovery, he phones an unseen figure to give instructions from a local bar, before turning to face a mysterious blonde man that no one else sees. Suddenly, the elderly man bursts into flames in view of the entire bar.

Weeks later, the brothers lament their lack of progress with Castiel and Kevin, as Sam uncovers old documents pertaining to a group of Rabbis expert on the supernatural called the Judah Initiative. Pointing to the last living member Rabbi Bass bursting into flames two weeks earlier, the brothers decide to take the case.

Back in Pennsylvania, Sam investigates Bass' library records as Dean questions the local populace, noticing a mysterious young man following him. Dean confronts the man, who claims to have been admiring him romantically, while Sam observes someone following himself as well. The boys plot to meet up in a parking lot to confront Sam's tail, but when Dean accosts the shadowy figure, it reveals itself as the behemoth from earlier! Sam and Dean foolishly attempt to subdue the creature, before Dean's earlier admirer steps out and calls off the behemoth, identifying it as a Golem of Jewish legend.

Back at his home, the man introduces himself as Aaron Bass, the Rabbi's grandson, who dismissed all his grandfather's stories about the supernatural as legends until control of the Golem was bequeathed to him. The Golem berates him for abandoning his people's purpose, cryptically urging him in Hebrew to "take charge." Aaron explains that his grandfather had been investigating the Nazi necromancers of the Thule society, and left him a mysterious coded message before he died. Sam recognizes the code as library reference numbers, while the mysterious blonde watcher observes the four from outside.

Returning to the library, Sam finds the red ledger hidden on the library shelves, before the unseen blonde man shoots him in the neck with a dart, incapacitating him and inflicting a mysterious spell. Aaron gets hit with a dart as well, before Dean urges the Golem to defend his master against the mysterious man. Unaffected by the darts, the Golem soundly beats the blonde man, snapping his neck, and breaking the spells over Sam and Aaron. After burning and burying the man, Sam and Dean look over the ledger as the Golem explains that it pertains to cruel magical experiments performed by the Thule. He explains that Aaron would understand the situation better if he consulted the Golem's "owner's manual" bequeathed by his grandfather years earlier, but the boy burned the book as rolling papers, not understanding its significance.

Meanwhile, the still-youthful Commandant pays a visit to the library, and finds evidence that the Golem attacked his man Torvald. Sam and Dean sift through the Golem legend looking for the best way to deactivate the creature, should it prove necessary, but the debate is interrupted by the arrival of the Commandant and his men. The Commandant deactivates the Golem, removing a scroll from his mouth, while holding the others at gunpoint. The men find the ledger, but Aaron gets the jump on the Commandant, and Sam and Dean quickly resume control of the situation, shooting two of the men. One of the men got away, but the Commandant was killed. After burying the dead men, Sam and Dean return to find the Golem still inactive, but Aaron vows to take up his Grandfather's work with the Judah Initiative, reactivating the Golem as his protector.

Later, Sam and Dean continue their forebears work, utilizing the Men of Letters stronghold as their new home.

CharactersEdit

Main CastEdit

Recurring CastEdit

Co-StarsEdit

ContinuityEdit

Featured Supernatural BeingsEdit

TriviaEdit

  • This marks the first appearance of the bunker, which becomes the Winchester's new home.
  • Dean introduces himself as "Agent Bolan." This is, most likely, a nod to Marc Bolan - lead singer of the classic glam-rock band T-Rex.
  • Zombie Nazis have also been featured in popular video games such as Call of Duty and Return to Castle Wolfenstein.
  • Ironically the Nazi used Israeli manufactured Uzi when they attacked the brothers in the hotel room.
  • Jensen Ackles and John DeSantis (Golem) shared a fight scene in the series Dark Angel in the episode Proof of Purchase.
  • The word Yifalchunbee is meaningless. It isn't in hebrew, biblical or modern, or in yiddish (language that the jewish people in Europe invented centuries ago so they could communicate even if they are from different countries). The producers probably invented the word especially for the episode.

GalleryEdit

Promotional PicturesEdit

PromoEdit

Supernatural 8x13 "Everybody Hates Hitler" Promo

Supernatural 8x13 "Everybody Hates Hitler" Promo

NavigationalEdit

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