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The British Invasion 

Sam and Dean get a lead on Kelly Kline's whereabouts. Mick drops by the bunker unexpectedly and decides to join the hunt.


John F. Showalter


Eric Kripke (created by), Brad Buckner | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jared Padalecki ... Sam Winchester
Jensen Ackles ... Dean Winchester
Mark Sheppard ... Crowley (as Mark A. Sheppard)
Mark Pellegrino ... Lucifer
Adam Fergus ... Mick Davies
Samantha Smith ... Mary Winchester
David Haydn-Jones ... Arthur Ketch
Courtney Ford ... Kelly Kline
Ali Ahn ... Dagon
Shoshannah Stern ... Eileen Leahy
Gillian Barber ... Dr. Hess
Spencer Drever ... Young Mick Davies
Luke Seybold Luke Seybold ... Timothy
Darren Adams Darren Adams ... Renny Rawlings
Michael Meneer ... Dr. Turner


Sam and Dean get a lead on Kelly Kline's whereabouts. Mick drops by the bunker unexpectedly and decides to join the hunt.

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Release Date:

6 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Gillian Barber, who plays Dr. Hess, also played Mrs. Rourke (Layla's mother) inS01E12 "Faith". See more »


When Mary and Arthur Ketch are talking Mary is in the bathroom talking to a mirror reflection of Ketch who is clearly visible in the mirror. However when we hear Ketch talk we speak his lips do not move in his mirror image. There is no audio for his mirror reflection. See more »


Sam Winchester: [to Dean] Hey, you talk to Mom lately?
Mick Davies: Oh, shouldn't worry about your mum. Her and Ketch make quite the team.
Dean Winchester: Would you want *your* mom working with him?
Mick Davies: Well, I can't say. I never really knew my mum. Or my dad. I was on the streets till the Men of Letters found me.
Sam Winchester: How did they find you?
Mick Davies: I picked a member's pocket. Not on purpose. I was just after a couple of quid. But I got a cursed coin from Ancient Babylon instead.
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Decent, but not great. Spoilers.
8 April 2017 | by todorsmarkoSee all my reviews

Overall a pretty decent episode, we got to see bit more about British Man of Letters. There was recurring character from previous season. And plot is shaping for the finale, which is most likely going to be all out war against Lucifer and potentially in next season it's going to be against his kid. This episode could have easily been 10/10, but Mick's death was not dramatic enough. He was one of the main cast members in season 12 and audience was finally starting to see eye to eye with him, we got to see why he is who he is, and they took him out so suddenly. And rolled out another scene. They seriously undermined his character.

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