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"I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear." — Nelson Mandela

Have you ever thought that Supernatural could be a series that predicts the future? What ever it is, this episode hit too close to home for some.

Recent events caused people all around the world had the same dispelief Ellie Grant was fighting with when she found out that she is a descendant of Hitler. People were, and probably still are, afraid. For me, it was a weird episode that didn't click that well. I liked the Thule in the earlier episodes and 8x13 Everybody Hates Hitler was one of a kind. Also I have missed Aaron Bass (even though he had a short cameo in this episode).

It was easy to think of the word that would inspire this fan video article - sometimes we just need to be brave and keep fighting. What ever obstacles come before us in every day life, we need to be brave. The video I found was very well made and it followed the song lyrics to a beat. Hope you enjoy it.

Oh and did you know,

Dean killed Hitler.

Supernatural || Brave made by: mikexjellyfish

Female Robbery by The Neighbourhood

I think I found hell
I think I found something.
I think I found something in my TV screen.
I think I found out that I have nothing,
That I have nothing in this place for me.

I watched it all in my head, perfect sense.
Don't take me from my bed,
Leave everything that is worth a single cent and just take me instead.
That TV show,
I saw as I fell asleep.
Had me on both my knees,
Praying to whatever is in heaven please send me a felon,
And don't let the police know.

Anything, anything,
Don't tell them anything,
Anything, please.

Anything, anything,
Don't tell them anything,
Anything, please.

I think I can tell,
I think I can tell them,
Tell them they were made for me.
I'm thinking they'll know, know it already.
I'm thinking they'll know just about everything,

I bet they planned it all out,
Like the shows
Went everywhere I go.
Walked in the store right behind me,
Stood in line right beside me and followed me to my home.
I'm sure they figured it out early on
That I would never run.
That they could shoot but that's no fun,
'Cause then they're killing the stolen son.

Anything, anything,
Don't tell them anything,
Anything, please.

Anything, anything,
Don't tell them anything,
Anything, please.

We're gonna die...

I think I found love.

The Neighbourhood (sometimes rendered as "THE NBHD") is an American rock band formed in Newbury Park, California in 2011. The band is composed of vocalist Jesse Rutherford, guitarists Jeremy Freedman and Zach Abels, bassist Mikey Margott, and drummer Brandon Alexander Fried. After releasing three EPs, "I'm Sorry..." "The Love Collection" and Thank You, The Neighbourhood released their first full-length album, I Love You., on April 23, 2013, via Columbia Records. In November 2014, they released a mixtape titled #000000 & #FFFFFF. The band's second album, Wiped Out!, was released in October 2015.


Sam: I know it's hard to believe this right now. But, it will get easier. Trust me, I've been there.
Ellie: Oh right. Did someone want to use you to resurrect Adolf Hitler?
Sam: Uh, w- No, not exactly.
Ellie: There you go.
Sam: But they did want me to bring back Lucifer. I was his vessel-
Ellie: You almost, almost had me with Hitler. But Lucifer, really? The Devil? I can't, okay? I can't do this.

Sam: Dude. You killed Hitler.
Dean: Yeah. Awesome.

Dean: You know, I was thinkin'. We passed a bakery on the way into town. Sign said 'Best Pie for a Thousand Miles.'
Sam: So, now you want pie?
Dean: I killed Hitler. I think I deserve some pie. Did I mention I killed Hitler?
Sam: I'm never going to hear the end of this am I?
Dean: Probably not.


Symphony No. 7 in E Major, WAB 107: IV. Finale: Bewegt, doch nicht schnell by Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra & Hartmut Haenchen
Thousand Watt Work-Out by John Moran (KPM)
Das Rheingold: Prelude by Stuttgart State Opera Orchestra

Minutiae and trivia:

While this might be coincidental, the use of a pocket watch to hold Hitler's soul is reminiscent of the way a Time Lords' essence can be stored in pocket watches in Doctor Who, first shown in the two-part story "Human Nature" and "The Family of Blood", in which The Doctor stores his Time Lord essence in his pocket watch and becomes human. This is reused, most noticeably, in the episode "Utopia", in which The Master regains his Time Lord essence from an old pocket watch.

The establishing shot of the "Home Cooking" diner that Sam and Dean go to is the same one from 1.20 "Dead Man's Blood". with subtle VFX augmentation.


Cover art by: FIGHT THE FAIRIES! @Alice_Mars_Mann, Her Instagram

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