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Submitted by alycakes 796d ago | review

Supernatural: "LARP and the Real Girl": IGN Review

IGN:
Supernatural took a little break from the more serious episodes with a monster-of-the-week storyline that took place in the world of LARPing. As Sam and Dean got into the investigation, they discovered that the Queen of the LARPers was none other than guest star Felicia Day, returning as Charlie Bradbury. We may not have gotten any further with the Castiel and Naomi storyline from last week, but that tends to be the nature of the show, lighter episodes get sprinkled around here and there. One benefit of the detour was that Sam and Dean’s relationship had a chance to thaw from strained back to something closer to normal. (Supernatural, TV) 8.1/10

alycakes  +   796d ago
I like it when the guys can lighten it up a bit. Felicia Day is great and she brings a little fun to the screen anyway. This was a fun episode.
calis  +   795d ago
cracked up when the guy in interrogation was explaining LARPing to Dean.

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